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Old 03-09-2008, 01:14 PM   #1
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WHATS A GOOD RUNNING TEMPERATURE FOR A .05 AND .06 NITRO ENGINES THANKS GUYS FOR SOME FEEDBACK, TONY
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WHATS A GOOD RUNNING TEMPERATURE FOR A .05 AND .06 NITRO ENGINES THANKS GUYS FOR SOME FEEDBACK, TONY
1. take your caps lock off or NO ONE will help you... notice how youre the ONLY one here who posts in all caps... obviously something wrong there, use your head and learn how to use the internet.

2. personally ive never even heard of a .05 and .06 engine...

my .28, i was told, should be running at around 200F. but i cant get it above 170F
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I would suggest at least 200 F, and no more than 265 F. Too cold, and the motor wears excessively, too hot and you could damage the motor.
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WHATS A GOOD RUNNING TEMPERATURE FOR A .05 AND .06 NITRO ENGINES THANKS GUYS FOR SOME FEEDBACK, TONY
never even heard of a .05 or .06 are you even sure that that is what your motor is? also by putting your questio in caps implys that your ever frustrated and are demanding answers NOW. sometime it just doesnt work that way. you will figure that out in time. have you even tried findin what you need on the internet instead of solely relying on rc tech. you know you have to do some of the work yourself and not let everyone find something that could have been found on the internet by taking 20 mins out of your life to find it. just some suggestions on later thread posting for you to keep in mind.
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man i really wasnt trying or frustrated i just did'nt feel like changing it after i realized i did it in all caps and yes it is a 05 and .06 engine and i know some about the sport but i have 7 cars and good ones but he was being a jerk and smart coments and it was acidental so if i get banned it cause i was lazy cause i meant no harm just new and tring to learn and compete and the 05 engine is on the new sportwerks chaos 1/16 nitro buggy but thanks for the info i won't bother you anymore thanks
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1. take your caps lock off or NO ONE will help you... notice how youre the ONLY one here who posts in all caps... obviously something wrong there, use your head and learn how to use the internet.

2. personally ive never even heard of a .05 and .06 engine...

my .28, i was told, should be running at around 200F. but i cant get it above 170F
to the Original Poster, no harm no foul man, all questions are welcome here, we all started somewhere! i personally dont know either, but good luck in finding the answer.
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the .05 comes in the sportweks chaos for those who are not familiar with that engine, I run mine between 200-230 and it runs great no problems at all hope this helps
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man i really wasnt trying or frustrated i just did'nt feel like changing it after i realized i did it in all caps and yes it is a 05 and .06 engine and i know some about the sport but i have 7 cars and good ones but he was being a jerk and smart coments and it was acidental so if i get banned it cause i was lazy cause i meant no harm just new and tring to learn and compete and the 05 engine is on the new sportwerks chaos 1/16 nitro buggy but thanks for the info i won't bother you anymore thanks
my bad bro didnt mean to come at you like that. the only reason i asked about the .05 was because i never heard of it now i know its in a 1/16 scale. there is no need to stop asking questions just because him or i blow you up like that. it was my bad. but there are people here that will help and would love to help. its all at how you come at someone. no need to run away from the help you can get for free. My bad bro.

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