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Old 02-01-2014, 06:25 PM   #1
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Hello GT Racers,

I just raced in the 2014 GT Pan/American race in Homestead. I used the PICCO new GT US Spec ROAR legal engine. It ran excellent and I had plenty of power and made great run time. With that I was able to win the Sportsman Class.

I would highly suggest this engine to all GT Racers!

See you all at the races!
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Old 02-01-2014, 08:51 PM   #2
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Hello GT Racers,

I just raced in the 2014 GT Pan/American race in Homestead. I used the PICCO new GT US Spec ROAR legal engine. It ran excellent and I had plenty of power and made great run time. With that I was able to win the Sportsman Class.

I would highly suggest this engine to all GT Racers!

See you all at the races!
Their all jumping on the bandwagon. Good motor im sure, does it still use piccos small crank snout, and flywheel collar? Specs? I looked on piccos website and didn't see it.
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Their all jumping on the bandwagon. Good motor im sure, does it still use piccos small crank snout, and flywheel collar? Specs? I looked on piccos website and didn't see it.
A lot of engines that never see their website... Picco has a 7-port Rally/GT engine also, but the 5-port is most likely closer to the ProStock class engines that VOX and Sonic have in their lineup.
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Bandwagon, what does that mean?

Picco has been doing the Rally/GT engines for years! Nothing new, only now they do a 5 port to keep in USA specs, that was just required.

Last year it was the PICCO Rally engine that won the 2013 "GT" Open Pan American at Homestead.
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Bandwagon, what does that mean?

Picco has been doing the Rally/GT engines for years! Nothing new, only now they do a 5 port to keep in USA specs, that was just required.

Last year it was the PICCO Rally engine that won the 2013 "GT" Open Pan American at Homestead.
Where can the picco rally be had? A lot of tracks will be running open engine rules around me. Interested I like picco. Run the .28 boost now and it's fast. Only $220 and I get 7.5 mins or a tank
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