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Old 10-08-2009, 01:03 AM   #1
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Hi guys i have a nanda raptor nitro car with a power .27 engine and i cant get it to go at all. I was wondering if thier is anyone out there that could help me out to fix the problem and get it running for me. I am willing to pay as i dont expect it for free. I would like to get my car going and join the club to start racing.

So if thier is anyone out their from the sunshine coast willing to help please reply or send me a private message.

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Check out my Speed shop thread on this forum. I o wn a shop and we do work for many of the worlds top drivers as well as racers just like you.

We do anything ranging from tire mounts, engine rebuilds to kit builds and race preps...
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Hi.

Is it a Power Racing .27 engine?

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Old 10-08-2009, 12:35 PM   #4
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Check out my Speed shop thread on this forum. I o wn a shop and we do work for many of the worlds top drivers as well as racers just like you.

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Hey yeah that is the engine. Whys that?

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Hi.

I've the same engine. If your engine doen't start and you glow plug is glowing, your engine doesn't get the right amount of fuel or your idlespeed is set too low.

My carburator is set for 25% nitro like this:

HSN: Approximate 0,5 mm OUT from flush.
LSN: Approximate 1,1 mm IN from flush.
Midrange needle (don't turn it): 1,45 mm IN from flush.
Idlespeed needle: Approximate flush.

With this setting it should start. If not there must be dirt in the carburator or something wrong with your tank/tubes/filters. Have you tried starting your engine without the airfilter? Sometimes people soak the foam in oil

Let us know how it goes.

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