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Old 07-12-2006, 01:29 AM
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How good is a Paris picco .21 engine, in comparision to ANY of todays .21s. it has a green cooling head but looks kinda old but surprisingly it has TONZ AND TONS of pinch at the top!

idk i cant wait to put it in a buggy and try, im about to give it to someone at my track to try.



ps. i know its a paris picco because its Numbered and has Ron Paris on the other side
Old 07-12-2006, 06:20 AM
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id say it may just rip ! hold onto tha one if its a real paris it is a collector.. I have a Paris works OS RZ .. it goes real hard but its in a bag full of oil and stored .. just like having it in my work shop ..
Old 07-12-2006, 01:14 PM
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yea dude its the real deal, i think its rons own type of engine. idk its nutty tho, someone at my track is goin to let me run it in there buggy

if it still rips hard im goin to make a video then put that engine on ebay with a vid of what the engine can do!
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Hi,
does it look like this engine:
http://www.twf8.ws/new/tech/engine/piceng.html
I'm talking about the Picco 21 KS-B, just scroll down a little. That's still a really good engine, however, fuel consumption is a bit high compared to modern engines.
Andreas
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i think thats it, but its the Ron Paris version, its modded and is numbered.

cool i think ill try it out.
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ORIGINAL: TGreg24

i think thats it, but its the Ron Paris version, its modded and is numbered.
Even better. A modded engine is usually more efficient, therefore fuel consumption might not be a big problem.
Good luck,

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awesome
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That one?

Scope that funky carb bro ... LOL

If u get a good deal - keep it and store it for your grandkids ....
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DUDE YOU SHOULD SEE IT IN PERSON lolz its crappy as ever. well im gonna take it apart soak it in some fuel for like two weeks (let the metal absorb the fuel i use and nitro is IMHO thee best engine cleaner, leave it in a tub with nitro for a couple days and there is all dirt at the bottem the engine is clean!) seal it, and take it too the track to run it in a buggy, ill take some vids and pics as i do this prosses.
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Default picco p21 ks B mod

I have a picco ks B mod with original box. Anyone know anything about this motor? Specs? Please let me know!

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