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Old 05-27-2011, 06:51 PM   #211
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Murnan,some time ago you always answered in the question.novarossi 21's vs piccos's.that picco engines couldn't stay next the novarossi engines in power department.
what is so different with the new picco line that there are only good things?
Here is something i thought about.

Murnan has a bunch of choices when it comes to motors. Now with that said he goes and runs a picco at the worlds.

Thats good enough reason for me to want to see what the fuss is about
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Old 05-28-2011, 05:43 AM   #212
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Murnan,some time ago you always answered in the question.novarossi 21's vs piccos's.that picco engines couldn't stay next the novarossi engines in power department.
what is so different with the new picco line that there are only good things?
The timing is different, the piston material is better, the rods are stronger, the combustion chamber is different, the sleeve is different. New block, new carb Basically it's an entirely new designed engine.
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Old 05-28-2011, 07:59 AM   #213
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even better compared with the EVO4 and its sister's brand- exceed?
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Old 05-28-2011, 08:42 AM   #214
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The timing is different, the piston material is better, the rods are stronger, the combustion chamber is different, the sleeve is different. New block, new carb Basically it's an entirely new designed engine.
nice Murnan.good to know that.
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Old 05-30-2011, 04:42 AM   #215
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Why no ceramic bearing fitted to this engine?
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Why no ceramic bearing fitted to this engine?
ceramic bearings will be an option
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Old 06-07-2011, 04:17 PM   #217
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Murnan Picco Torque
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my murnan is on the way tomm cant wait!!
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Silly forum posting in the wrong place
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Does it share the same conrod as evo4, cos i saw there is a particular torque's concord.
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Hey guys received .21 standard engines in today....you can email me at [email protected]
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Does anyone know what the stock shimming is for the .21 edo torque the paper shows .3 but mine came with .4 thanks
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The stock shimming must me 0.5mm head clearance, messure this with a piece of solder, bended in an L shape, putted though the plughole an squeezed by turning the crank one turn arround. The flat spot on the solder is the head clearance. 0.5 is used but sometimes 0.6 is better.
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The stock shimming must me 0.5mm head clearance, messure this with a piece of solder, bended in an L shape, putted though the plughole an squeezed by turning the crank one turn arround. The flat spot on the solder is the head clearance. 0.5 is used but sometimes 0.6 is better.

thanks roelof but im asking what is the mm of shims it comes shiped from the factory with..
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and he answer to you that it will be better if you measure it with a peace of solder.to take the real head clearance.
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