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Old 12-26-2012, 01:26 PM   #76
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Hi guys,

What is the difference in perfoemance between the M21, EDO 2012 and the Reds? Or are they all similar?

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The M7T from REDS is based on a Picco engine in the sense that the only thing they have in common is the Bore/Stroke ratio. The rest is different and better on the REDS M7T as fare as I can see.

Piston/sleeve has 7+3 ports on the M7T, the Torque 7+2
M7T Sleeve has tear drops
Crankshaft lightened, red putty inserted and its balanced
Combustion chamber lightened on the M7T
High quality ceramic rear bearing, not standard on the Picco´s
Over all weight is lighter on the M7T 310gr, the Torque 335gr

So it's a Picco on steroids... So it's actually closer and better to the Picco EDO modified engines....

If you ask me :-)
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I have one brand new engine for sale,first come first serve!
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The M7T from REDS is based on a Picco engine in the sense that the only thing they have in common is the Bore/Stroke ratio. The rest is different and better on the REDS M7T as fare as I can see.

Piston/sleeve has 7+3 ports on the M7T, the Torque 7+2
M7T Sleeve has tear drops
Crankshaft lightened, red putty inserted and its balanced
Combustion chamber lightened on the M7T
High quality ceramic rear bearing, not standard on the Picco´s
Over all weight is lighter on the M7T 310gr, the Torque 335gr

So it's a Picco on steroids... So it's actually closer and better to the Picco EDO modified engines....

If you ask me :-)
Wow, these things are really been tuned when compared to the stock mills.

Thanks for the input, I will be getting two of them today.
I have an EDO which I still need to run and M21's. Very keen to see how these perform.

And I am assuming the fuel mileage is good on these engines when compared to Nova based?

Thanks for the input, appreciate it.

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Old 12-27-2012, 06:56 AM   #79
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Wow, these things are really been tuned when compared to the stock mills.

Thanks for the input, I will be getting two of them today.
I have an EDO which I still need to run and M21's. Very keen to see how these perform.

And I am assuming the fuel mileage is good on these engines when compared to Nova based?

Thanks for the input, appreciate it.

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That is re assuring, with gooping being allowed mileage is going to be a bigger issue than ever.
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Old 01-08-2013, 02:35 AM   #81
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Hi,

New REDS engines are available

http://stores.ebay.com/Kangaroo-Comp...=p4634.c0.m322

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Does anyone have some feedback on the XL Strokes preformance. Started breaking in my M7T on Sunday with 16% and the thing is a bullet.

Stronger mid range perhaps?
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Does anyone have some feedback on the XL Strokes preformance. Started breaking in my M7T on Sunday with 16% and the thing is a bullet.

Stronger mid range perhaps?
Yes, you notice it mostly when shifting from 1st do 2nd gear...the engine is just pulling without any delay.

They are really fantastic!
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Thanks for the feedback, I have some coming soon.

I am very happy with these engines, superb machines!!
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hye guys,

im from malaysia.

i have this engine, and the bearing is making hell of a sound.

any idea which other model bearing that suits for this model as im having difficulties in finding the reds engine bearing...

is the os speed spec engine bearing can be used?
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hye guys,

im from malaysia.

i have this engine, and the bearing is making hell of a sound.

any idea which other model bearing that suits for this model as im having difficulties in finding the reds engine bearing...

is the os speed spec engine bearing can be used?
Bearing size is front 7x19x6 and rear 14x25.4x6 ... so bearings for an OS Speed will fít, and so will Sonic, Picco Torque and Novarossi Kangaroo ... good luck; Best wishes; Jens
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Bearing size is front 7x19x6 and rear 14x25.4x6 ... so bearings for an OS Speed will fít, and so will Sonic, Picco Torque and Novarossi Kangaroo ... good luck; Best wishes; Jens
Novarossi Kangaroo won't fit as it is 25.8mm OD
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Old 03-04-2013, 02:28 AM   #88
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hye guys,

im from malaysia.

i have this engine, and the bearing is making hell of a sound.

any idea which other model bearing that suits for this model as im having difficulties in finding the reds engine bearing...

is the os speed spec engine bearing can be used?
Hi,

I can help you, we got it on stock and ships world wide.

You can PM me and I'll make you a quote including shipping.

You can always find REDS parts here:

http://stores.ebay.com/Kangaroo-Comp...=p4634.c0.m322


Thanks,

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Old 03-04-2013, 02:31 AM   #89
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By the way here's a link to a few videos of the first spring run-in of the A REDS R5 Classic and a REDS M7 WC :-)..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikD-2CfM6e0

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Hi guys, any one having difficulties to remove the conrod form the crankpin? Thru the usual way, sleeve removed, conrod still unable to remove at TDC, any advise is appreciated. Thanks.
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