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Old 09-07-2008, 12:38 PM   #1
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what plugs using in this motor?
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Old 09-07-2008, 12:54 PM   #2
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it is a Picco motor so its best to run Picco plugs !
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Old 09-08-2008, 03:01 AM   #4
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May somebody post experiences with this engine?
I heard it should be the same as the Jammin .21, but I am not sure.

I am not sure if the GRP .21 tuned or this orion crf 21 engine is the best choice for my Jammin X2.

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The Orion motor is more powerful in my opinion. It has a lot more mid range power.
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Can anyone compare the Orion CRF to a Picco Evo3? I'm interested in trying one or the other. What pipes can you recommend. Is the 88011 pipeset the best choice for a short tech track?
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I have a brand new CRF for sale in the For Sale thread.
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I have a brand new CRF for sale in the For Sale thread.
Tempting.... Did you ever run one? Finding an Orion or Picco glow plug for these engines seems scarce.
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Tempting.... Did you ever run one? Finding an Orion or Picco glow plug for these engines seems scarce.
I have never ran one, in fact, it still has the shrink wrap on the box

From what I have heard, the OS P3 is a good plug for this engine.
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Old 09-23-2008, 10:53 AM   #10
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Th P3 plug is awesome in this motor. Also the Orion 2066 pipe is really good with it. I know Cavalieri runs the AE/TTR 2035 pipe and I've tried a 2057 and 2013 but i like the 2066 best.
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just run a p3 and ae pipe
all the power you ever need to much for me but i run it any way
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picco P9r plugs???

I'm not sure the P3 fits a Picco based engine, maybe only the Jammin breed. Using an OS plug may deform the taper of the button. I had the same problem with my AXE/Rossi, till I switched to a non turbo head.
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Its a P3 plug gentleman. the only plug i would recommend not using is an o'donnel plug just because the taper is different and does not seal right in this engine for some reason not because of performance by any means. most if not all the guys running this motor (at the moment) are running P3's in them till the orion plugs come out.
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so any issues with this engine ? worth the cash? ive been on the fence about trying this one out. is there real world differences with the crf technology? longevity any better , hows power delivery?
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so any issues with this engine ? worth the cash? ive been on the fence about trying this one out. is there real world differences with the crf technology? longevity any better , hows power delivery?
i never drove a motor that revs so hard in my life i love this thing. i am on my 3 gallon mark and the only thing i had to do is seal my carb and my tune start staying right. power is snappy but smooth all the way to the top in 3 gallon i not been able to wind the thing out
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