Picco P9R X-Dyno results

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Old 05-11-2008, 02:33 PM
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Well for those of you that care to know what the engines really put out here ya go. I layed my modified version over top of the stock as well for you. This engine is VERY stable. Tunes with ease and holds it solid, stock and modified. Highly recommended engine!

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Wow Adam those are some very substantial gains...from 64 oz/in all the way up to 70 oz/in WOW !!!!! No wonder the Nova's run and hide when the Picco's are around !!! LOL !
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Thanks, that is useful info.
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Old 05-13-2008, 08:49 AM
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what silicone ramp and ceramic bearings does for engine power?
another excellent modification good work
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Ceramics last longer and the ramp can promote a better transition of air fuel when needed. Some cranks already have a nice ramp etc. Niether make any substantial HP gains from what I have seen my my Dyno.
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What are the differences between the P9R standard and the EVO2? Do you have any other motors for comparison? Thanks for the great info.
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What P9R standard are u refering to?
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Oops! I had an older P9R without the flashy looking head and thought there were some changes. Thanks.
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Actually there might be some changes. I havent dynoed an older P9R. I know the EVO 2 off road P7Rs had changes in timing from the new head to the old head. And also changes from the original P7R to the EVO 2. This P9R I tested is the latest P9R out.
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