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Old 08-01-2002, 05:52 PM   #1
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I just got a 1\8 picco I need a good set-up. Camber, toe,shock oil tires what works best. Is there a way to tell the diference from 99,2000 and 2001.What was changed from year to year. I need to know the factory setings for the picco G1 what's a good temp for the G1. thanks tone
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I just got a 1\8 picco I need a good set-up. Camber, toe,shock oil tires what works best. Is there a way to tell the diference from 99,2000 and 2001.What was changed from year to year. I need to know the factory setings for the picco G1 what's a good temp for the G1. thanks tone

I can not help you with set up, but might be able to point you in the right direction, Try the guys at ACE-HOBBIES, or the racers at RAMS.

I know there are a few guys there who race Picco's
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Thanks Heyalignmentguy I will look into that. Tone
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Picco G1 wants to be running at NO MORE than 100-110 degrees CENTIGRADE (measured from the heatsink), or @140 measured from the glo-plug.

Mine is in a Mugen XR Works and I believe the bottom end is about 1 turn IN, and the top 3 turns OUT. This is probably a bit rich but I have only just run the engine in. With air temperature at about 26 degrees centigrade that had the engine running at 83 degrees on the heatsink.

Hope this helps.

Oh, I accept no responsibility if you try this and the engine nukes itself!!!
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