August 4, 2022

New Picco Oval venturi

Italian engine manufacturer Picco have released a new oval shaped venturi for use with .21 sized engines.  First seen as part of their recent P3TT Limited edition buggy engine release, the venturi is now available for use in all engines.  The ‘Oval’ venturi offers a progressive opening: the surface of a horizontal ellipse evolving more gently than the round opening of a regular restrictor. The result is that on a low traction track the engine has smoother acceleration for improved drivability and fuel consumption.

Source: MW RC Cars [mwrccars.at]


May 26, 2022

Picco P3TT Limited edition engine

Celebrating the great success of the P3TT Buggy engine, Picco have introduced the P3TT Limited edition engine. Restricted to 300 pieces only, they are supplied with all the technical tuning options such as DLC treated crankshaft, rear ceramic bearing, head button with silicone seal to prevent dust and vibration. This engine has been designed to improve throttle response and fuel economy and it features the new oval Venturi for exceptional power control on low grip tracks and in addition is supplied with standard round 7.0 and 7.5mm versions giving you the power you need for all grip conditions from very low to extremely high. The oval venturi offers a progressive opening: the surface of a horizontal ellipse evolving more gently than the round opening of regular restrictor. Thus, on a low traction track, the engine’s behaviour will improve the drivability fuel mileage.

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July 27, 2020

Picco welcome back Oliver Mack

Picco have announced the return of Germany’s Oliver Mack to their racing team for the 2020 and 2021 seasons. The former EFRA 1/8th scale A European Champion will power his Infinity ride using Picco’s Monza 3.5cc engine starting immediately.

Source: Picco [teampicco.com]


July 17, 2020

Picco EFRA 2166 off-road pipe set

Picco have introduced their new EFRA 2166 off-road exhaust set. It was developed to supply improved power and crisp acceleration, making it a favourite of Picco’s Renaud Savoya. Included in the set come a suitable manifold, silicone gaskets and mounting springs.

Source: Picco by Kyosho Europe [racing-experience.fr]


July 3, 2020

Picco P3TT 3.5cc off-road engine

Picco have introduced their new P3TT CER 3.5cc off-road engine. A facelift of the already iconic P3X engine, the P3TT is the latest version of the P3 platform. It keeps the 3+2 ports design, new die-cast construction and high quality bearings, with Japanese blue seal front and ceramic main bearings, and it offers durability, stability, abd user-friendly handling. The new version features a redesigned aluminium carburettor with super efficient isolator ring and smooth finishing. The aluminium carburettor also ensures improved flow which comes with a new aluminium anodised blue venturi insert. The laser engraving of the cooling head has been updated as well in order to match the new design of the Picco line. The engine will hit stores very soon.

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April 22, 2020

Picco P3X DLC .21 nitro off-road engine

Coming from Picco by Kyosho Europe is the new Picco P3X DLC 3.5cc 3-port nitro off-road engine, an addition to the already existing P3X. The P3X was developed as an update to the popular Blast, it features a new vacuum injected crankcase for durability, and a lightened high-quality silicone-filled and balanced crankshaft that is now also available in a DLC variant for less internal friction and even more durability of the crankshaft pin and conrod. Also new are a CNC-machined backplate with extra scoop for additional performance while a Japan-made blue seal front and high-quality ceramic main bearing ensure smooth operation in all RPM ranges.

View an image of the DLC crankshaft here


April 20, 2020

Picco Monza GT Evo 5-port GT engine

Coming from Picco and designed for the popular 1/8th scale nitro GT classes is the Monza GT Evo 3.5cc engine. Featuring a 5-port multi-exhaust port design, the long-stroke engine was developed to produce improve power output throughout the whole RPM band with the DLC-coated crankshaft and rear ceramic bearing making for exceptional durability and smooth running characteristics. The engine utilises a new die-cast aluminium double bottom-end adjustment carburettor that allows for easy fitting of INS boxes. The engines includes a 7mm venturi insert and a P7TC glow-plug and it is also available in a standard variant with a standard crankshaft and steel rear bearing.

View a list of the key specifications and more images here


March 27, 2020

Picco Monza Evo 3.5cc on-road engine

Following a first teaser image Picco from Italy have finally unveiled their all-new Monza Evo 3.5cc nitro on-road engine. Developed over the last year, the new version features a new 7-port liner with updated timing and exhaust boost ports to increase overall power. Characterised by a long stroke design to deliver better power throughout the entire RPM range, the engine also sports an all-new die-cast aluminium double bottom-end adjustment carburettor for finer tuning and a better mixture flow. The DLC-coated crankshaft prevents oxidation and any wear of the crank pin, it features improved transfers and it is fitted into a rear ceramic ball bearing. The rear back plate, now also die-casted, has been re-designed also to offer better mixture flow. The engine comes including a 8.5mm venturi insert and a P7TC glow-plug.

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