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Old 03-07-2010, 02:43 PM   #1
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Default Best plug for OFNA picco red dot .12

I have done an exhaustive search on this site as well as google to find an answer to my question. With all the different plugs out there, which one would be best for this engine?

I live in California and will be running 20% fuel racing 1/10 on road.

Any info would be MUCH appreciated.
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I have done an exhaustive search on this site as well as google to find an answer to my question. With all the different plugs out there, which one would be best for this engine?

I live in California and will be running 20% fuel racing 1/10 on road.

Any info would be MUCH appreciated.

Run the Picco P6TC Its the best plug overall for the motor. If its too hot out, or you have a long straight away and think the motor is pre-detonating, then switch to the P7TC.. RCMART is the best place to buy these plugs.


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Run the Picco P6TC Its the best plug overall for the motor. If its too hot out, or you have a long straight away and think the motor is pre-detonating, then switch to the P7TC.. RCMART is the best place to buy these plugs.


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The Picco plugs have a unique taper and seal better than others.
You may also find them as 'Mega' branded.
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Will the OS P6 or P7 work ok for this engine? I'm trying to find a cheaper plug instead of paying $13. This one is on sale for $6.

Please advise.
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Will the OS P6 or P7 work ok for this engine? I'm trying to find a cheaper plug instead of paying $13. This one is on sale for $6.

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yes ive been using os p6 plugs in my jl tuned with no probs and they last good too
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