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Old 04-25-2010, 04:10 PM   #31
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Guys can anyone tell me where to get parts for the jlr evo 3 red dot in the states.
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You can give Nitrohouse or Kamikaze a check, you would be able to get all that you need.
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Old 04-25-2010, 09:52 PM   #33
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Guys can anyone tell me where to get parts for the jlr evo 3 red dot in the states.
you cant find a picco parts nowhere but you can get the Mega zx12 parts work. http://ashfordhobby.com
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Old 04-26-2010, 06:09 AM   #34
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http://www.nitrohouse.com/catalog/in...ath=34_129_211

dicksmith aren't these parts ??
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yes but if you need a rod you can find it but you can do this but the CRANKSHAFT and the HEAD BUTTON is not the same http://www.rcdeal.com/modules/stores...m.php?item=156
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I bought a new motoer from a fellow member. I am running 20% fuel. The motor came with 4 shims in three different guages. Should I remove the thinnist one if running 20%? I recall reading that these engines are set up for 30% from the factory.

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Yes. Take .10mm out the head clearance. It if its not the Tuned version then .40mm should be right for 20%.

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Thanks heaps guys for the picco parts info
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I bought a new motor from a fellow member. I am running 20% fuel. The motor came with 4 shims in three different guages. Should I remove the thinnist one if running 20%? I recall reading that these engines are set up for 30% from the factory.

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I take it the .10mm is the really thin one?

The other three seem to be the same........

Here is what I have.. Which one is this....

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Yes. Take .10mm out the head clearance. It if its not the Tuned version then .40mm should be right for 20%.

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what about for 16%
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I take it the .10mm is the really thin one?

The other three seem to be the same........

Here is what I have.. Which one is this....

Can someone tell me which version of the JL this is?

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what about for 16%

Same. 16% to 20% doesnt make much of a difference.

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how does this engine compare to the Picco P1-R evo3 engines?
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I take it the .10mm is the really thin one?

The other three seem to be the same........

Here is what I have.. Which one is this....

Can anyone tell me which version I have?
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it may be the first version of the red dot
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The top view of the heat sink looks like the 1st version (EVO 2), without seeing the end view of the Crank (Shape of the Scallop), can not be completly sure though.
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