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Old 02-26-2004, 02:53 PM   #1
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Hi could anyone tell what the procedure is for running in an rc car engine using a prop please.
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Originally posted by lemtech
Hi could anyone tell what the procedure is for running in an rc car engine using a prop please.
run the engine at lower RPM for 10 minutes, followed by a 15 minute run at higher RPM
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Using the search feature, and looking through the engines section up above these threads will get you more information, much quicker. This part of the nitro on-road forum is mainly for talking about the cars themselves... for discussion on things pertaining to engines and that sort of stuff, look in the engines section in the nitro on-road forum (this one, just at the top of the page).
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