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should i supercharge traxxas revo 3.3

Old 12-29-2009, 01:00 PM
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Originally Posted by reggie l.
um if you want crazy power go big block..(21 and up)

if you want a little more power than stock and useing the stock motor mount try the os 21tm(its a small block 21)... i would go with a m2c clutch
I have seen and read lot of people use the picco 26 and 28 what will be the pros and cons of those? They seem to be very popular?
PS And sorry I didnt mean to ask so many questions in your thread pgizzy, but I think they are along the line with the info you looking for.

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Originally Posted by 30636086
I have seen and read lot of people use the picco 26 and 28 what will be the pros and cons of those? They seem to be very popular?
PS And sorry I didnt mean to ask so many questions in your thread pgizzy, but I think they are along the line with the info you looking for.
picco's are very powerfull, and that guy maximo will have you in owe when you see his picco's move, they need to be sealed tho, he will also do that for you,

modded or not picco's are good motors but need to be sealed before you run them
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Old 12-29-2009, 04:15 PM
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Originally Posted by reggie l.
picco's are very powerfull, and that guy maximo will have you in owe when you see his picco's move, they need to be sealed tho, he will also do that for you,

modded or not picco's are good motors but need to be sealed before you run them
thanks for the info reggie!
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one more question. Will changing the Traxxas polished resonator (5493-TDC-R) for a tsais dual exhaust pipe will do any difference in the 3.3?
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one more question. Will changing the Traxxas polished resonator (5493-TDC-R) for a tsais dual exhaust pipe will do any difference in the 3.3?
it might...but i know some buddies that tryied different pipes on the 3.3 none performed like the resonator
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what you need to do is go down to your local junkyard and find an old volvo with a turbo. Grab the turbo, Now take your flux capacitor and shrink it down to size. Finally install in your Revo and set your boost levels

On a serious note, why not stick with another 3.3 motor. They are pretty reliable, have enough power, and you can take advantage of traxxas' motor swap program. You could even get a aftermarket pipe to open it up a bit.
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Originally Posted by wakeboardfusion
what you need to do is go down to your local junkyard and find an old volvo with a turbo. Grab the turbo, Now take your flux capacitor and shrink it down to size. Finally install in your Revo and set your boost levels

On a serious note, why not stick with another 3.3 motor. They are pretty reliable, have enough power, and you can take advantage of traxxas' motor swap program. You could even get a aftermarket pipe to open it up a bit.
I agree with you. I got 3 of them! (2 spare ones ready to go)LOL But I guess Im like Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor lol. I just got one for real cheap(tsais pipe) and after I got it Im finding that the "resonator" is the ticket! But here is another quick question for you guys; does the length of the fuel line has any effects? If replaced for fresh fuel tubbing; does it have to be exactly the factory length? And once again thanks guys for your input and opinions.
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