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Old 07-24-2010, 04:02 PM   #1
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Hello everyone, i just wondering if there was a max outdoor air temperature in which nitro engines can run in??? Can it be to hot outside or to cold outside??? Not sure if this matters but I am not racing, I am justing wondering if i can use my revo 3.3 in hot conditions of 100-120 degrees outside on my street???

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Track temp in Florida gets to 140-150 in summer. run your engine a little richer
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Hello everyone, i just wondering if there was a max outdoor air temperature in which nitro engines can run in??? Can it be to hot outside or to cold outside??? Not sure if this matters but I am not racing, I am justing wondering if i can use my revo 3.3 in hot conditions of 100-120 degrees outside on my street???
no problem to run it, enjoy it! Just run it a little rich and go for a colder
plug if you want to.
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