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Old 04-27-2009, 11:14 AM   #511
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Yes, I have seen them... Thanks for the fast replies!
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Old 04-27-2009, 11:46 AM   #512
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Btw, I have a problem with my 2607 pipe.... We had talked about it in this forum, it had a piece of gasket in it, I could see it on one of the chambers,and I tried to blow it off with a compressor, and thought it went away as I no longer saw it.

Recently I tried it, my motor revved nice at first, and I put it on the track, drove 1 lap, and bogging sound came again, and it stalled. I tried to fire it up several times, and it was stalling immediately just like the motor was way too rich... I changed the pipe and problem went away.

So, anyone knows how can I solve this problem?
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hi there, i was just wondering what is the major difference in engine parts between evo3 IDM and the JL3(JL evo3 red dot)?

i only saw the IDM run against JL "tuned". almost matching in best laps.
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hi there, i was just wondering what is the major difference in engine parts between evo3 IDM and the JL3(JL evo3 red dot)?

i only saw the IDM run against JL "tuned". almost matching in best laps.
The new EVO3 (Spec-2) has a total new carburator. New reinforced plastiks, new lowspeed needle, new idle screw and liner, different alu.
This carburator will not leak or deviate during driving.
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Old 04-28-2009, 08:16 AM   #515
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I put the race tune on this engine this past weekend, I must say I am impressed with this engine. I ran the 2033 pipe, will try a 2052 next race. Also impressing is the engine quality, I disassembled and checked the whole engine for wear. Conrod, crank and pin. You couldn't tell this motor had been run.
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Glad to her that you liked the engine. The engine really has done well for itself. Also you may want to try to use the new 3031 pipeset as well. We tested with it and were pleased wth the results. Alot of people are running the 2013 and they have said they also work well. We used the 2052 on the old series engines as well as the Mega line so we would get more top speed. Let us know how that works. I would use a medium length header with that pipe to start.
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The new EVO3 (Spec-2) has a total new carburator. New reinforced plastiks, new lowspeed needle, new idle screw and liner, different alu.
This carburator will not leak or deviate during driving.
Daniele told me that the metal insert in the carb is now steel not alu anymore.
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i see, so far i've seen many idm strip 2nd speed spur at local track here, regardless any chassis/brand. how is this IDM evo3 compare to JL "tuned" @EDO MOD motor interms of power band?
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Daniele told me that the metal insert in the carb is now steel not alu anymore.

The slide is now steel not aluminum.
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i see, so far i've seen many idm strip 2nd speed spur at local track here, regardless any chassis/brand. how is this IDM evo3 compare to JL "tuned" @EDO MOD motor interms of power band?
I really would not know, the only difference I can see is the used material at this moment. Picco and JL will implement this as well (I assume).

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i see, so far i've seen many idm strip 2nd speed spur at local track here, regardless any chassis/brand. how is this IDM evo3 compare to JL "tuned" @EDO MOD motor interms of power band?
This is new for me, never had this problem.
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i see, so far i've seen many idm strip 2nd speed spur at local track here, regardless any chassis/brand. how is this IDM evo3 compare to JL "tuned" @EDO MOD motor interms of power band?

I have seen many sedans stripping gears now Kyosho, Mugen, you name it the .12 engines have alot of power for a small package. And I think that the chassis's are flexing some and causing the pinions and spurs to move farther from each other resulting in larger gaps. Then when the car hits second well there is goes. The teeth that is. Just what I have heard and seen. Think about the this as on a 1/8 scale the actual thickness of a spur gear is almost double the thickness of the 1/10 and the engines are only under 1 hp less. only 1/3.
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from this statements around here it proves existing idm evo3 is up to date engine on power wise, consumption and durability. i have no doubt the idm evo4 would be better definitely my next motor if my budget permits me.
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from this statements around here it proves existing idm evo3 is up to date engine on power wise, consumption and durability. i have no doubt the idm evo4 would be better definitely my next motor if my budget permits me.

Well you should not have much of a issue the pricing on the engines are very good for the hand work to the engine that you get on the piston liner as well as the crank shaft timing. As well as the assembly by Daniele. I cannot speak enough to say that all the Picco based engines have shined through alot more in the recent times and have defiantly proven themselves.
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The slide is now steel not aluminum.

Gosh I wish Picco would do that with all their engines ! I am soo sick of sticking carb slides.
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