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Old 01-09-2007, 10:30 AM   #11
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mine aswell pay the extra and go with the picco .26max.. it eats the 3.3
revo 3.3/picco .26max/resonator/foc/tekno wing mount/proline 1/8 wing/3.3 crowd pleaser/ rpm a arms front and rear/40 series bowties on 23mm Cheyenne Chrome Wheels/ hitec 645ms single steer/futaba S3010 throttle
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Old 01-09-2007, 05:35 PM   #12
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Or you can go for this BB drop in motor from Sirio... http://www.shopkyosho.com/product/pr....0.624.
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Old 01-09-2007, 11:13 PM   #13
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not a 3.3

i went for the 3.3 and at firt its got alot more balls then the 2.5 does and i still regret getting the 3.3 engine. go for a good race engine. it will cost more but it sells for more used too. so theres goods and bads but i think that since ive had the 3.3 for awile now it has no balls left in it either. also i just finished a 2.5 converted to a 3.3 and i had no problems at all. very easy if you know the revo top to bottom and all you need is the chassis, longer drive shaft kit(comes with the front and rear shaft and all you need to do is the front one because the rear one is the same length), servo linkages. iff you have any problems converting it over just pm me and ill help you out. i converted mine in about 6 hours and i did a full clean up while i was taking apart all the peices. also if you havent chenged the diff oil in a while this is agood time to do it. same for the shocks.
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