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Old 12-20-2008, 11:33 AM   #31
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Here ya go..
the P3-R
http://www.teampicco.com/Motori/p3-r.html

But i had another question...
i can buy a RB Concept C6-BBII L2G Turbo which had 5,25Liter for 240Euros ( i think it is $340)
US gallon liters 3.785
gallons litres 4.546
Shall i do it?
I've never ran that motor so I can't give you an opinion on it...I have the sport version and it's fine for practice with truggy but on a big track not enough power..maybe the p3-r has more pop...I am unsure..not available in the us(or at least I can't find it). on your list the rb RT28 would probably give you the most raw power as it's a .28 and the 367 will feel smooth compared to the others..I think it really depends on your track,driving style, and power that you want
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Old 12-20-2008, 12:12 PM   #32
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Max, i thought it was, have you been into a LRP yet, the one i saw looked nothing like a Picco performance wise, meaning The LRP had much more everywhere.
Yes I have ! they are just another rebadged P7R series....I never measured the head button tho, but it shares identical sleeve,crank,rod etc...

I think every engine brand is like that...you will find some motors just make great power, while others will not..Picco does make running changes in their engines, so not every one will perform the same... I see timing differences mainly in the crank rotor as well as bore....Apparently they have been using a X-Dyno to assist in their development, and seeing the dyno results of the new LRP it does show..I will get more in depth with the LRP come spring time, but right now its full blown winter, so engines and RC are on the back burner for me...Any differences in these engines can be easily matched with some minor modding...carbs still leak at the seam like the old Go engines tho, so they are not for everyone IMO...

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Old 12-22-2008, 05:00 PM   #33
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he,, is saw this enigne..
What about it?

STS D21B
http://www.the-border.com/product.ph...cat=224&page=1

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Old 12-22-2008, 05:07 PM   #34
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i have heard bad things about them and some good ones. me personly would buy a grp,novarossi or rb before i buy a sts engine.
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its a copy of the novarossi n21b i believe..
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he,, is saw this enigne..
What about it?

STS D21B
http://www.the-border.com/product.ph...cat=224&page=1

Greets..
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DO NOT BUY STS...unless they've done drastic changes it's not worth it.I say this from experience they are not long lasting motors and I would never own another. had carb problems,bearings actually started to chip within 1 1/2 gallons,about the only thing that holds up is the P/S as they don't loose pinch quickly but the rod is trash 2(partially because these motors have an extreme amount of metal pinch when new..takes 2 gallons at least for it to free up all the way)...IMHO you'd be better off with rb even if it's only the 3 port at least you'll have a reliable engine not needing new bearings,carb,rob's upon purchase. JUST MY .02's
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Old 01-09-2009, 03:39 AM   #39
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help me guys..
i still don't know what engine i'm gonna take..

GO .21 5pt motorbox
or
GRP .21 Buggy Tuned promo kit..

How ik there fuel consumption?
and there mileage...

and there powerband..


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Hi,

Ninja JX in my X2 but I'm biased . My friend runs a RB WS7 2fingers in his X2 & it works good too.

I used to have 7 to 8 GOs both silver head & .25 & .28 but I have none now.

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Hi all,,
First of all... My name is Erwin,
I'm from holland..
And love jammin truggys lol

ok 2 the point...

I wanna buy a new engine for my truggy.. but i don't know which one..
- Novarossi 367 .21
- RB Concept RT28
- SIRIO .21 S21-s
- Picco P3-R

Or maybe you advise me something else..
And please tell me why, and why not!

Greetz,
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ok..

so the GRP or the GO?
what do you advise?
and why?

What about mileage?
what about fuel consumption?



Go .21 5PT
GRP 21 tuned buggy

Which one has best mileage?
and which has longer drive times on a 125cc tank
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GRP over a GO anyday.
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From what I've heard the Grp is nice and smooth in a buggy but not enough torque for a truggy. Depends on the type of track you run on. You can probably buy 2 Go's for the price of the Grp.

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