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Old 01-12-2009, 04:18 AM   #16
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high nitro content and therefore too much compression results as high temperatures. Try to get the temps around 100C-110C, no more than 120C
get the 16% fuel and then re-tune the engine
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Old 01-12-2009, 07:28 AM   #17
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Do you run oil content in your nito fuel, and if so, what precentage?
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Old 01-12-2009, 09:56 AM   #18
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Sure, it comes in the fuel, nothing extra added. It think it's usually somewhere around 11%
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Hi, any expert here know how hot of temperature limit is the Inferno GT2? That day, my IGT2 reach 146 c !!! Is it too Hot? What range of temperature should i be aware of? I mean, range of temperature i should be running my IGT2. Currently using "Nitro -X" 25 % and thinking of getting 16% soon. Thanks guys
try opening up the hole on the winshield for better air flow to the motor and check your tuning might be too lean on the high speed needle
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Old 01-12-2009, 07:02 PM   #20
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high nitro content and therefore too much compression results as high temperatures. Try to get the temps around 100C-110C, no more than 120C
get the 16% fuel and then re-tune the engine
Thanks for your comment, MiKaR. I will do exactly what you recomended. Will change to 16% instead of 25%. If i were to upgrade new engine, which engine do u recomended for these heavy weight IGT2? thanks dude.
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Once you get the RTR engines running well, set up your suspension up good for your track, get some good tires and you'll be able to win plenty of races against other stock RTR GT cars & even some "mod" cars too.
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Once you get the RTR engines running well, set up your suspension up good for your track, get some good tires and you'll be able to win plenty of races against other stock RTR GT cars & even some "mod" cars too.
Hi Jspeed, thanks for the comment. May i ask what do u mean, "setup your suspension" ? A local racer once told me that the absorber silicon Oil need to be change with difference "grade number"???? He said, front 250 back 400 of silicon oil.The only thing i hop-up is the stabizer for front and back.
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Hi Jspeed, thanks for the comment. May i ask what do u mean, "setup your suspension" ? A local racer once told me that the absorber silicon Oil need to be change with difference "grade number"???? He said, front 250 back 400 of silicon oil.The only thing i hop-up is the stabizer for front and back.
I would say that what ever thickness of shock oil you try, put the same in all 4 shocks start.

Try to join the IGT proboards, there is a lot of set-up help available there. In this racing game tires, set-up and practice are everything.
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I would say that what ever thickness of shock oil you try, put the same in all 4 shocks start.

Try to join the IGT proboards, there is a lot of set-up help available there. In this racing game tires, set-up and practice are everything.
Thanks for the info Jspeed.
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