Displacement: 3,49 cc
   R.P.M. (max power): 41.800 RPM
   Bore x stroke: 15,88×17,60 mm
   Sleeve: 9 ports
   Rear ball bearings: ceramic
   Front ball bearings: steel
   Crankshaft: 14,5 mm – tuned – DLC
   Carburetor: alum. 9 mm slide 3 adj.
   Glowplug: Turbo (CT8)
   Exhaust position: rear
   Starting: standard
   Weight: 341 g
   Fuel type: 16% nitro

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The sleeve has 9 transfer ports and an exhaust with booster ports. The special shape and positioning of the ports improve the internal fluid-dynamics to obtain the maximum possible performance.
Fine modified and check one by onefor extra power.

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The crankshaft is grinded to increase the mixture flow and has a special shape to reduce turbulences inside the crankcase. The balancing is done by three inserts made of tungsten alloy and the inlet has a silicon filling to reduce the weight of the crankshaft to improve acceleration. The durability has been significantly improved with the DLC coating. Fine modified and check one by onefor extra power.

The hard black crackcase is harder than normal doing thr engine more stable and make the engine works with less temperature.

REAR COVER:                          Fine hand made tuning of the cranckcase cap, this improve the mix flow to the sleeve.

BEARINGS:                                Ceramic and steel high quality bearings for our engines, this balls of this bearings are hand selected for our experts, this guarantees the best coupling of our engines and improve the performance of our engines.

GIMAR CONROD:                        Special, extra hard and and high quality conrod made by GIMAR, his special materials give it more durability to any other connecting rod.

COOLING HEAD:                              New head, redesigned to improve the flow of air and thus increase cooling and ensuring an optimal center of gravity

GIMAR PISTON:                                    Fine hand tuned piston for get a extra rpm and avoid scratches in the GIMAR piston.

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