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Old 08-11-2009, 11:42 AM   #586
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Is Idm distributing its own version of the picco 2651 pipe? If so what is the part number?
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Is Idm distributing its own version of the picco 2651 pipe? If so what is the part number?
2651 kit pipa is what the sticker says on the side (yes spelled like that)
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Old 08-16-2009, 08:21 PM   #588
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it was stated somewhere here that the correct plug to use is IDM6 for .12and IDM7 for .21...

anyone tried using IDM7 in their .12?
for 25% nitro, 90F and 80% humidity
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it was stated somewhere here that the correct plug to use is IDM6 for .12and IDM7 for .21...

anyone tried using IDM7 in their .12?
for 25% nitro, 90F and 80% humidity
You can run the number 7 may be a little cold not want to idle real well or low speed. it will run but the 6 is a better choice and with the humidity add a shim if you wish, You should based on the 25% you are running.
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The Spec 2 .21 has a slightly different piston/sleeve set the location of the wrist pin is different then the original case for the EVO3 also the new runs have a new carb completely this was a running change in the line. Now as the carb changed on the .21 they have also changed on the .12 as well. They have a steel slide as well as the other changes mentioned in the above post with the plastics and such. There is not a Spec2 EVO3 .12 though. At least that I have seen here in the states.
Jerry how can I get one of these new carbs??? The one on my evo3 is constantly giving me problems...

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Jerry how can I get one of these new carbs??? The one on my evo3 is constantly giving me problems...

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You can call Jesse at Beltran or Lee Muse at Winner's circle. We have them in stock.
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Hi there,

could someone confirm that the Picco P7TC plugs are as good as the official IDM plugs in a .21 Evo 3 IDM? The filament in the P7TC plug is deeper in to the plug body/more recessed than those in the IDM plugs for some reason.

Also, when I last opened the engine I noticed that the top bushing of the (P7) conrod had moved laterally - partially out of the top of the conrod and across the wristpin. Could anyone tell me if this is due to excessive wear or a vibration coming from somewhere else in the engine?

Thank you!
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Hi there,

could someone confirm that the Picco P7TC plugs are as good as the official IDM plugs in a .21 Evo 3 IDM? The filament in the P7TC plug is deeper in to the plug body/more recessed than those in the IDM plugs for some reason.

Also, when I last opened the engine I noticed that the top bushing of the (P7) conrod had moved laterally - partially out of the top of the conrod and across the wristpin. Could anyone tell me if this is due to excessive wear or a vibration coming from somewhere else in the engine?

Thank you!
1) No they are not.
2) I have seen this once before, in this case it was due to vibrations.
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Hi there,

could someone confirm that the Picco P7TC plugs are as good as the official IDM plugs in a .21 Evo 3 IDM? The filament in the P7TC plug is deeper in to the plug body/more recessed than those in the IDM plugs for some reason.
The IDM plugs a made by Sirio, that's why they look different.
But yes, you can use the Picco plug offcourse.
But, last year the Picco plugs had problems, that's why I stepped away from them and went to GRP plugs.


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Also, when I last opened the engine I noticed that the top bushing of the (P7) conrod had moved laterally - partially out of the top of the conrod and across the wristpin. Could anyone tell me if this is due to excessive wear or a vibration coming from somewhere else in the engine?
Replace the rod immediately, don't run the engine like this, because the 2 lubrication holes are blocked now.
I heard there was a batch of Picco conrods having this problem, it's been adressed and solved now, but you have 1 of these rods (I probably do also, but haven't discovered yet which one of my 4 engines have a problem)
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it was stated somewhere here that the correct plug to use is IDM6 for .12and IDM7 for .21...

anyone tried using IDM7 in their .12?
for 25% nitro, 90F and 80% humidity
idm evo3 with #7, lower temp, better mileage and not easy to tune bottom needle. using 25% tornado, at 90% humidity, about 90F.
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The IDM plugs a made by Sirio, that's why they look different.
But yes, you can use the Picco plug offcourse.
But, last year the Picco plugs had problems, that's why I stepped away from them and went to GRP plugs.




Replace the rod immediately, don't run the engine like this, because the 2 lubrication holes are blocked now.
I heard there was a batch of Picco conrods having this problem, it's been adressed and solved now, but you have 1 of these rods (I probably do also, but haven't discovered yet which one of my 4 engines have a problem)
Actually they are not made by Sirio anymore. Just some info they were but not now.
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Aha, ok...
Nice to know...

i don't really care who makes them, as long as they are of GRP quality!
Atleast, the GRP plugs from last year, the last GRP plugs seem to be of a lower quality...
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Aha, ok...
Nice to know...

i don't really care who makes them, as long as they are of GRP quality!
Atleast, the GRP plugs from last year, the last GRP plugs seem to be of a lower quality...
New developments are taking place, cannot disclose to much about this. Due to the exit of GRP and the move from Sirio (also partly due to exit) it is needed to have again a superb glowplug. By the way, the plugs are / where not manufactured by Sirio... only traded by. They are / where made by an American company.
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Hi there,

could someone confirm that the Picco P7TC plugs are as good as the official IDM plugs in a .21 Evo 3 IDM? The filament in the P7TC plug is deeper in to the plug body/more recessed than those in the IDM plugs for some reason.

Also, when I last opened the engine I noticed that the top bushing of the (P7) conrod had moved laterally - partially out of the top of the conrod and across the wristpin. Could anyone tell me if this is due to excessive wear or a vibration coming from somewhere else in the engine?

Thank you!

When the top bushing on the rod has moved from the actual rod assy itself it is usually caused by vibration from either the rear bearing beginning to go bad, and also overrevving I have seen this as well. And also a lack of lubrication will also cause this as the wrist pin has a very tight tolerance to the bushing and this will also affect it. I am sure if you are using a good fuel this is not the case. If the top bushing has moved check the rear bearing also check the sleeve for damage in the ports. Make sure the vibration from the bearing has not damaged anything else. If you need to know how to check the rear bearing correctly PM me and I will explain so you are good to go.
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did anybody here tried use LRP piston and sleeve in their IDM .12...???

where should i get piston & sleeve replacement for IDM .12 around asia....i'm from malaysia.

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