Picco P7 Evo 3 engine repinch.
Picco P7 Evo 3 nitro engine had lost compression, resulting in poor idling
and developed tuning issues.
Remedy repinch, so a custom made compression collar/ring was made from EN9
steel to repinch liner, which was a success.
Hyper video soon to follow final stages of editing video.
Traxxas piston replacement for .15, 2.5, and 3.3
the piston for the 2.5 and the 3.3 are going to cost more. the piston for
the 2.5 is about $70 with the sleve and idk about the 3.3. any questions,
just comment or inbox me. if anyone wants to send me some parts for a
traxxas tmax 2.5 then inbox me on my chanal.
Hyper 7.5 liner repinch
Hyper 7.5 4port liner lost compression. Liner repinched with steel collar
made from EN9 bar stock.
Steel collar made on 10inch old Atlas lathe.
Nitro Engine Rebuild
Follow along with my video to learn how to rebuild your RC car/truck's
Leave any questions in the comments and I'll answer them!
And yes, I know I'm putting the old piston/sleeve back in! You need a new
sleeve/piston, wristpin, and (after about 2 rebuilds) a new conrod! I only
put the old stuff back in because it is a junker engine that I never plan
to do anything with!
40 thousand views! Thanks, guys! I'll get more videos up based on viewer
requests about basic RC aspects. Keep in mind, I cannot do many vehicle
specific tutorials, but more along the lines of general information that
everyone needs to know about RC. Send me some messages, and I'll try to get
some more up!
PICCO BREAK IN! - APPLYING HEAT - IDLING - .26 MAX BIG BLOCK! - HD
I can already tell this engine is going to last quite a long time! The
sleeve around the piston is such a tight fit! this engine was even tighter
than my .21 GO race engine to start!
i cannot wait to get this thing fully broken in so i get to do some bashing
Having some problems with my transmission though :/ and can't use the truck
until i have sorted the problem.
basically the transmission has a 2 speed clutch. and its stuck in second.
this means a throttle it a little and its supper fast! so i will have to
tear it down, maybe make a video, not sure. depends on my finding. and
hopefully itss just dirty and i can clean or maybe just the spring has
broken in the clutch which will make it an easy fix :)
if the worst comes to the worst, i can buy a whole new refurbed trans from
ebay for just under £30! :)
thanks for watching...
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Complete Nitro Engine Tear Down- All the way down to the bearings!
Check out Squirrels forum! http://forums.thetoyz.com
This vid is on engine dissasembly for a nitro rc engines. It involves the
removal of the carburetor or carb, cleaning out the piston and the sleeve,
removing the backplate, the pull start roto start pullstart rotostart ez
start toger drive etc, one way bearing high speed needle hsn, low speed
needle lsn middle speed needle msn, flywheel fly whyeel clutch nut, clutch
shoes, springs, clutch bell cb, small or large block, grub screw, nitro,
crank shaft, collar, cooling head Exhaust port intake ports, engine head spacers,
cleaning, lubricating or lubing, and reassembly.
ported .15 nitro engine
sign up to my web site http://www.nitrorcs.webs.com/ its a team associated
(ae) .15 engine out of a rc10 gt that hade no compresion so i resized it
and ported it with a dremel and polished it has lots of compresion now and
it runs way faster than before
PISTONS @ 10.000RPM
THIS WAS DONE ON A SHIT BACKROAD THAT LEADS TO A FARM NO MOTORBIKES COME
DOWN THIS ROAD UNLESS THEY WANT A SACK OF POTATOES BUT TRY PUTTING THEM ON
.The second part was filmed on a more used road but oil had all gone by
then so stop worrying i ride a bike to you no.
Amazing footage of a set of normal 4 cylinder car pistons moving at normal
speed and more. As a petrol head i no this happens but to actually see the
speed for real is just wicked. My favirite bit is when they look like there
Poor old rover 200
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