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Old 04-25-2010, 08:06 PM   #256
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do you know the ofna part number for the picco plug is it the 51013? having trouble finding them.
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Old 04-25-2010, 10:58 PM   #257
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ofn51006 runs the best. I know thay cost alot but thay last forever. You can run a O.S P4 or a ofn51005 but the ofn51006 is the best.
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Old 04-26-2010, 03:27 PM   #258
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That's amazing,60 liters is like 16 gallons. Did you also replace the piston?
No all i replaced was the rod with a modified knife edge rod, wrist pin and e clips and put s/s front bearing and ceramic rear bearing and the motor is still in my truggy racing week after week, awsome stuff these picco's
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Old 04-27-2010, 07:32 AM   #259
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ofn51006 runs the best. I know thay cost alot but thay last forever. You can run a O.S P4 or a ofn51005 but the ofn51006 is the best.
On nitro house it says the 51013. Replaces 51006
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Old 05-02-2010, 07:32 PM   #260
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I have another question what is a good needle setting for break in, I had old fuel about 3 years and thought it would still be good, but i guess it goes bad, anyways I basically lost the break in settings, can anyone let me know a good baseline to start from.

the book says 5.5 to 6 out on top and 6.5 to 7.5 on bottom
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Old 05-02-2010, 08:05 PM   #261
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i just always set them to flush then go from there. set your idle gap for .5 or 1.0mm and go from there
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Old 05-02-2010, 11:00 PM   #262
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I ran my jpx today. First time running at a big track this year. Clockwork hooked me up with a crazy fast truggy motor. 2 or 3 bobbles cost me a close second but Finished 3rd behind some very fast guys. Gunner and Fred were hooked up. Trax 70 was awsome! keep it up boys. If your looking for a fun place to race and live in or around New Jersey. Check out trax 70.
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Which 086 pipe does everyone run on these motors is it the ofna or dynanite? Thanks
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I run the Dynamite 086 hardcoated pipe on my
Clockwork JPX.21. It makes insane power and
screams on the top end.
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I run the Dynamite 086 works great, good fuel mileage . Also stick with the Picco plugs .
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I run this less expensive pipe on mine and it screams. I think as long as it is an 086 pipe your in good shape.

http://cgi.ebay.com/1-8-Off-road-1-P...item2ea74bf069
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That stinger on that pipe looks tuff as hell .
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That stinger on that pipe looks tuff as hell .
Yep, last thing you want to do is T-bone my car on the exhaust side.
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with the JP3 pipe you can get over 9 min a tank with and buggy and about 10 with a truggy and it has more all around power, thats what i ran and it worked best for me atleast. but i also have the first ones, not the new version one.
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I tried both the Ofna 086 and the JP3 pipe and could not get over 7 mins, they are both gas hogs IMO. I switched to the RE10 pipe from Losi and it really woke the engine ten fold and I can get 11 mins easy. I have 7 gals on mine and still going very strong. No re pinch yet.
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