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Old 10-31-2008, 03:07 PM   #376
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HEY JERRY YOUR FAT!!!!!!!

I know but your ulgy and short. I can loose some weight!!! LOL
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i have JLR.12, not evo3, the first version, i have replaced the piston and sleeve with the IDM Evo2 Mod piston and sleeve, any pro's or con's in doing this, the engine seems to run fine if with a bit more power, was using the skyline pipe but switched to the 2607 after i changed the piston and sleeve, so i dont know if that the reason for the increase in power, just want to be sure that having an IDM piston and sleeve in a JLR.12 case with not hamper performance or worse still damage the engine.
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i have JLR.12, not evo3, the first version, i have replaced the piston and sleeve with the IDM Evo2 Mod piston and sleeve, any pro's or con's in doing this, the engine seems to run fine if with a bit more power, was using the skyline pipe but switched to the 2607 after i changed the piston and sleeve, so i dont know if that the reason for the increase in power, just want to be sure that having an IDM piston and sleeve in a JLR.12 case with not hamper performance or worse still damage the engine.
It was the pipe that made the difference....thats how much these picco's love the right pipe.
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It was the pipe that made the difference....thats how much these picco's love the right pipe.
Yup that's quite right, Picco engines are very vary for pipes. I have tried so many pipe for the IDM EVO 3 and guess what!!! The Sirio 2013 pipe produces
the best performance for it. The engine just rock from the bottom end till the High End....
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Yup that's quite right, Picco engines are very vary for pipes. I have tried so many pipe for the IDM EVO 3 and guess what!!! The Sirio 2013 pipe produces
the best performance for it. The engine just rock from the bottom end till the High End....
And is not allowed during EFRA-races ....
Due to noice levels...
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gotta say i really love this engine...i am also using the 2013 with the idm picco .21 but wondering if the novarossi 9886 will produce more power and topend in a no restriction anything goes class.
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gotta say i really love this engine...i am also using the 2013 with the idm picco .21 but wondering if the novarossi 9886 will produce more power and topend in a no restriction anything goes class.


Well I guess it worked out well for you. I am glad we could help out.
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yes a phenominal engine and all thanks to you jerry!
couldnt be more happier,top notch engine and top notch service
again a million thanks to jerry/team xspower
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Ya, hes OK sometimes.............LOL.........Man some thanks I get.....LOL
Glad to hear everything is working out for you.......Kurly
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kurly you da man,
thanks again!
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