Tuning Low Speed Needles via Temperature Guns

It's just so easy. You don't have to worry about your engine overheating anymore, doing spit methods or touching engines to feel their temperatures and burning yourself. Simply use a Laser Temperature gun, to measure these temperatures for you. Check it out, a practical demo. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jthornley12 More videos coming soon to http://www.youtube.com/jthornley12 Subscribe now for more RC action, how to tutorials, reviews and more. Email: jt12rchelp@aol.co.uk MSN: jt12rchelp@aol.co.uk Website: http://www.jtrchelp.piczo.co.uk Remember also that you can add me on Facebook- Under jt12rchelp@aol.co.uk

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World Champs Paul & Cody King Nitro Tuning Tips~ Velocity RC Magazine
2010 1/8 Nitro Buggy IFMAR World Champion Cody King and his awesome pitman/dad Paul King, offer up some advice on tuning your nitro mill to win! Check out Velocity RC Magazine Issue #4 for the full article on finding that perfect tune. http://www.vrcmag.com http://www.facebook.com/vrcmag http://www.twitter.com/velocityrcmag Driver_ Cody King Pit Man_ Paul King Camera_ Derek Buono Intro_ Wes While Editing_ Jeff Eveleigh





How to Tune Nitro Engine Version 2
http://onlyflyingmachines.com http://onlyflyingmachines.com/product-category/multirotors/ http://onlyflyingmachines.com/product-category/pnp_fpv_combos/ In this video tutorial basically I am following all the basic rules that apply to Nitro Engine tuning. I have previously posted a couple of videos on this topic. In this video you will see the approach in a very practical way using the ACME Attacker 1/8 scale nitro powered 4WD off road buggy that is equipped with SH18 engine.





Vertex Engines Too Rich and Lean LSN Signs
Usually different Nitro Brands engines have different signs of Lean and rich Low speed and high speed needle settings. This video is showing those signs on a Vertex engine. SH Engine version is also already up. A High speed needle one is coming soon; http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jthornley12 More videos coming soon to http://www.youtube.com/jthornley12 Subscribe now for more RC action, how to tutorials, reviews and more. Email: jt12rchelp@aol.co.uk MSN: jt12rchelp@aol.co.uk Website: http://www.jtrchelp.piczo.co.uk Remember also that you can add me on Facebook- Under jt12rchelp@aol.co.uk





Here's what happens when a Nitro Engine Explodes...
Don't forget to like us on Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/hxdmmd4 . And if you're interested in random & pointless (but sometimes interesting) behind the scenes, check out my Vlogging Channel : http://tinyurl.com/zn2jawj 🚗 I took the Kyosho DBX Buggy out for a Spin. Last time we took it out I drove it through a deep puddle which caused a runaway when the receiver got wet (Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHs0rI-3kR4) . I dried the receiver and all was ok, until today when I stumbled across a MAJOR design flaw. The position of the on/off switch is in a very bad location. Being on the side means that it's vulnerable to any stones flicking up and switching it off. Even if the switch was round the other way meaning off/on were in the opposite directions would be a better design. The Buggy ran off at full throttle, flipped up, and the engine died. Upon closer inspection, the Conrod had shattered with bits of metal flown all around the inside of the engine.




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