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Old 07-09-2008, 10:10 AM   #1606
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Anyone know the part# fpr the picco muffler kit 2617
2617 is only available from IDM.
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Old 07-09-2008, 01:19 PM   #1607
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there is alway some sort of starting position, everyone may be a little different but it does one
If your engine will start, that is your starting position for the needles. I gave a very good reason to refrain from turning the needles in all the way. Since atmospheric conditions play such a large roll in engine tuning (somtimes 2 or more turns one way or the other when a front comes through), add to that the huge effects from different brands of fuel, baseline settings become useless.
One risks serious damage to the seat, by turning the needles in. So, why take the risk when the setting will most likely be wrong for your combination of temp, humidity, fuel, altitude, glow plug, pipe, fuel line lengths, etc.? It's another story if the settings are referenced to the barrell or carb body. That is, if the suggestion is to "put the head of the low speed flush with the body" or "adjust your main so that the needle is flush with the holder". Since there is no risk of damage to the seats, using those settings to start with is OK. They will be wrong, but at least no damage has been incurred.
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Old 07-09-2008, 02:23 PM   #1608
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they dont sell picco pipes
You asked about a 2607 pipe. A 2607 pipe that has picco stamped on it or IDM, or Mega is the same pipe. Here is the link directly to the pipe and they are IDM.http://gasrccar.com/eshop/advanced_s...e67d4&x=6&y=13
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Old 07-09-2008, 03:39 PM   #1609
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Old 07-09-2008, 05:07 PM   #1610
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they dont sell picco pipes
I do.
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Old 07-09-2008, 06:06 PM   #1611
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FAST shipping, and if you have any Q's about the Engine/Pipe combos, Sams a phone call away and very knowledgeable....my .02
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Old 07-09-2008, 09:30 PM   #1612
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If your engine will start, that is your starting position for the needles. I gave a very good reason to refrain from turning the needles in all the way. Since atmospheric conditions play such a large roll in engine tuning (somtimes 2 or more turns one way or the other when a front comes through), add to that the huge effects from different brands of fuel, baseline settings become useless.
One risks serious damage to the seat, by turning the needles in. So, why take the risk when the setting will most likely be wrong for your combination of temp, humidity, fuel, altitude, glow plug, pipe, fuel line lengths, etc.? It's another story if the settings are referenced to the barrell or carb body. That is, if the suggestion is to "put the head of the low speed flush with the body" or "adjust your main so that the needle is flush with the holder". Since there is no risk of damage to the seats, using those settings to start with is OK. They will be wrong, but at least no damage has been incurred.
i wasnt commenting on you saying not to turn the needles in, i commented on stating there isnt a home position. even though engines may differ, it does exsist. thats all
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Old 07-12-2008, 11:32 AM   #1613
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hi (sam is it) hows it going
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Old 07-12-2008, 12:06 PM   #1614
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they dont sell picco pipes

The IDM pipes share the same Efra number for the 2607 they are just made a different place. They are identical in performance both the Picco and the IDM. IDM also offers a 2617 pipe that is a bit different for the power band as well.
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Old 07-16-2008, 08:15 PM   #1615
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had a blast running my evo II today, it was dead on and 270s.
this motor is a reliable beast.

with a car thats almost on rails and a good motor, makes for a great sunday!
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what are the size for the bearings of this engine
6x16 and 12x21?
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What gasket should I be using for a Evo 3 with 2607..

Also how tight are you guys running your clutch .etc?

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What gasket should I be using for a Evo 3 with 2607..

Also how tight are you guys running your clutch .etc?

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i believe its the normal looking gasket, they have two, one for other pipes (skyline and nove) has no flang,looks just like a scrap piece of rubber tubing. the one that is for the picco pipe looks like a normal gasket but is thinner.

go to http://www.kamikazetoysandhobbies.co...prod=ofna51998

no pic but i think this is it
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The one with the flange is the one you want
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Gentleman81 is correct, the link he posted for the gasket is the correct one.
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