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Old 05-10-2007, 09:16 PM   #46
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Those are the part numbers assigned to the motors.
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Old 05-13-2007, 11:03 AM   #47
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This is very confusing! The specs (port count asside) are very different when compairing the OFNA site vs. the Picco site! Where did the copy come from (used on OFNA site)? Are they realy referring to the same engine? Hp, RPM and number of ports all conflict!!
Few of us actually believe manufacturers specs for HP, but one would expect the distributers to pass allong the manufacturers lies as opposed to manufacturing there own!
WTF?
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Old 05-18-2007, 02:35 PM   #48
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I'll see if I can get that corrected on the site. Sorry about the confusion. You can look at Picco site directly and get the specs on the engine. http://www.teampicco.com/Motori/p7revo2car.html
may i know the front and rear bearings size.tnx
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may i know the front and rear bearings size.tnx
Yes you may, why not?
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Old 05-18-2007, 10:54 PM   #50
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Yes you may, why not?
sam is it the same as the ninja ro1?
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Old 05-18-2007, 10:55 PM   #51
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sam is it the same as the ninja ro1?
How did you know?
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Whats a good pipe to run with this engine?
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Whats a good pipe to run with this engine?
6 ring header with the Novarossi 2052 or the Mega 2033.
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6 ring header with the Novarossi 2052 or the Mega 2033.
What's up Chris, i tried the Picco P9 for the first time yesterday and was pretty surpised with the top and bottom power.
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If this is the motor I saw in my friends' Evolva it's dam fast! I'll definately be considering getting the same one when I step back into 8th.
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What's up Chris, i tried the Picco P9 for the first time yesterday and was pretty surpised with the top and bottom power.
Glad to hear...I told you it was a good motor.
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If this is the motor I saw in my friends' Evolva it's dam fast! I'll definately be considering getting the same one when I step back into 8th.
When your ready Sam at Kamikaze has them at a great price.
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Click Here http://kamikazetoysandhobbies.com/pr...php?prod=51219
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Well I was finally able to confirm (without the help of anyone on here) that the P9R is very similar if not the same as the mega zx line. The piston and sleeve are the same but I am unable to measure crank timing.
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It's the same engine. I am breaking mine in right now, can't wait to run
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