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Old 03-06-2008, 10:58 AM   #1261
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No I don't, to be honest the JL's does not need ceramic bearing.
Check with Murnan Modified motors I think he may carry them.
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Old 03-09-2008, 04:31 AM   #1262
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Hi I can definately confirm that the evo3 has at least 10% more power than the evo2, I ran the evo2 today with a skyline pipe and then the evo 3 with a standard ofna pipe and I dropped nearly 2 seconds a lap. Interested to see how the tuned version goes.very happy with the picco engines.
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Old 03-09-2008, 11:05 AM   #1263
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Check with Murnan Modified motors I think he may carry them.
why post if not sure? go find out 1st before posting so make sense.
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Old 03-09-2008, 11:10 AM   #1264
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why post if not sure? go find out 1st before posting so make sense.
Because its not his job to find out. Its the person that wants the ceramic bearing's job. Appreciate the time he took in trying to help out.
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Old 03-09-2008, 01:31 PM   #1265
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Boca Bearings has all sizes that you need in the ceramic line. The rear bearing is in stock and also it is in the new MX series that you will be very happy with. Has a much better load ability as well as life span. The size that you need is
12IDx21ODx5thick. Hope it helps out.
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Old 03-09-2008, 01:51 PM   #1266
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Hey Jerry
how is your sotck on the rods and piston and sleeves, I will be in need of another engine and at least a rod p/s back up for the season. I start off nitro in about 6 weeks with mother natures cooperation.
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Old 03-09-2008, 03:56 PM   #1267
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How about those Red Dots

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Old 03-09-2008, 07:17 PM   #1269
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We are good to go. Engines are selling out fast as quick as I can get them. But we are in good shape. Got it all now. How are you by the way have not spoke in a while brother!!!!
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Hi I can definately confirm that the evo3 has at least 10% more power than the evo2, I ran the evo2 today with a skyline pipe and then the evo 3 with a standard ofna pipe and I dropped nearly 2 seconds a lap. Interested to see how the tuned version goes.very happy with the picco engines.
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Glad you liked it, now wait till you try the JL "TUNED" version which is actually modified by EDO, you will be all smiles once you tried it.
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We are good to go. Engines are selling out fast as quick as I can get them. But we are in good shape. Got it all now. How are you by the way have not spoke in a while brother!!!!
Not bad at all no real complaints here. I cant wait to get back into nitro, electric is fun but I just love nitro and the outdoors relaxing. yeah but I have to get a few things for the engines. Actually after checking the engine it is in rather good shape and it still has tons of compression fired up after the whole winter like I never stopped running it...
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I can't seem to get the carb off the motor....took the screw completely out and the carb does not seem to want to move and I do not want to bust something....any help??
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You mentioned that you took the screw out completely, how about the Carb locking pins that the screw threads into, did you take those out?
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Old 03-10-2008, 06:42 PM   #1274
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You mentioned that you took the screw out completely, how about the Carb locking pins that the screw threads into, did you take those out?

nope....how do they come out
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Just put the screw back in and hit the head of the screw, it will push the other side of the locking pin out and the carb should come out.
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