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Old 01-29-2009, 08:23 PM   #346
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Old 01-30-2009, 01:44 AM   #347
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P9 evo2 = .21 engine
JL evo3 = .12 engine
so you are in the wrong thread with your question...

But to give you an answer,
Use a #7 cold, which you can compare with a "long body" plug...
A short body plug is comparable with a "hot" plug in Picco terms....
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Old 01-30-2009, 10:06 AM   #348
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Did not no that.
Picco makes a evo 2 and 3 both are .21.
Also the plug length does not determine its temp as the #7 plug is available in both long and short body.
But thanks just the same
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Old 02-21-2009, 10:28 AM   #349
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EVO 4 on the way!

I will try to get some pics at the toy fair next week
Got any pictures?
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Yep,they've been posted in the IDM thread since the toy fair.
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http://www.rc-junkies.net/toyfair2009/
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Old 02-21-2009, 03:36 PM   #352
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when does the evo 4 come out.
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Old 04-21-2009, 07:26 AM   #353
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well my tuned is getting about 12 min. run time on a short track,the motor is runnin at about 207f temp outside has been around 70f and im using a hot plug am i to lean and just not burnin enough fuel or maybe im just not runnin hard enough dont get me wrong im not complaining but i just wonder is there that much more i can get out of this motor i mean it had enough power to shear the 3 racing 2nd gear housing apart< any info other than 3 racing parts suck.
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Old 04-21-2009, 07:31 AM   #354
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Well here it is 3 racing vs JL Tuned this was after about 30 min. of total time installed on the car
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Thats about 3racing,not the motor.... Nearly all of engines will break it, if it has potential to be broken
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oh i know i just thought it was funny my origanal question was about the run time of the motor i just thought ide through that in
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How often should the rod be replaced?
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How often should the rod be replaced?
Change the rod right after break in, then every 2 gallons after.
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Change the rod right after break in, then every 2 gallons after.
Why? A picco based engin must not be compared with NR, the fit is less.
There is realy no reason to replace the conrod after just 0,8 liter. Even when done, the new conrod must wearin again on the bigend and therefore break in again for 1 tank.

A new conrod can be used upto 2 to 3 liters with breaking in. 3 to 5 liters without depending upon usage.
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Why? A picco based engin must not be compared with NR, the fit is less.
There is realy no reason to replace the conrod after just 0,8 liter. Even when done, the new conrod must wearin again on the bigend and therefore break in again for 1 tank.

A new conrod can be used upto 2 to 3 liters with breaking in. 3 to 5 liters without depending upon usage.

You jump in not realizing that I based it on US Gallon not Liters, let me ask you this, how many US Gallon is 3 to 5 liters.
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