Hot on the heels of the Team Corally ETOR .21 3T Racing off-road engine come the ETOR .21 5+2 port engine and new exhausts. Starting with the engine, the 5+2 port variant offers a high amount of torque over the whole RPM range, making it ideal for high-power tracks and medium to high-bite conditions. The long-stroke engine sports a black anodised cooling head, silicone-filled crankshaft and it comes with three different venturi inserts.
Coming from LRP are the all-new ZR.32 Spec.4 and ZR.30 Spec.4 nitro off-road engines for 1/8th buggies and trucks. Starting with the ZR.32 Spec.4, the 5.24cc engine is based off of the popular ZR.32 and it features a completely redesigned carburettor for better efficiency and adjustability, resulting in improved idling, better throttle response and increased torque. The heavy-duty CoolDownMax cooling head also makes for upped heat dissipation even in high ambient temperatures. The 5+1 port engine comes with a reliable pull starter and it fits all .21 engine mounts.
Team Corally have introduced their all-new ETOR .21 3T nitro off-road engine. Best known for their successful electric racing history the Dutch company now also steps into the nitro game with the first engine being a 3.5cc off-road propulsion. The long-stroke engine is of a 3-port design, it features a 14mm crankshaft and a turbo-style combustion camber insert. A red anodised cooling head with laser-etched logos and the red anodised crankcase back plate make the engine stand out.
Italian company Reds Racing have introduced their new R5R engine combo packages. Available in two specifications both include the R5R Racer 3.0 engine, Reds Racing 2104 pipe combined with S manifold, as well as 6.5 and 7.0 mm venturi inserts. What separates them is the Quattro clutch system as the combos are available with or without the popular 4-shoe clutch. As for the R5R Racer V3.0 engine, it features the HCX horizontal carburettor, silicon-filled and tuned crankshaft, sleeve with 5 inlet ports and classic exhaust port, high-sealing front bearing, and rear high-quality chrome steel bearing. All parts are matched, measured by Mario Rossi within certain tolerances and hand-built by him personally.
F.T. Line have introduced their latest .12 nitro on-road engine. Hand-built, selected and tuned by Italian frontrunner Francesco Tironi, the unit sports front and rear ceramic bearings, a new stronger crankcase with a steel ring added to the rear bearing housing for improved durability and it also features new sleeve and crankshaft phases.
Italian company Capricorn soon has two new .21 nitro engines available. Targeting 1/8th scale GT vehicles, known as rally game in the southern parts of Europe, the dedicated engines are available as a 7-port and a 9-port variant to add to the already existing 5-port engine. Unfortunately so far Capricorn has not given any hints on the features and specifications but more information should become available in time for the release.
Italian company Picco has introduced two new nitro engine mufflers. First up is the EFRA 2133 off-road variant with exceptional low-RRM torque and the muffler is know to give improved bottom end power compared to its sister EFRA 2099 exhaust. Also new is the EFRA 2120 Performance on-road exhaust. Made from a special aluminium alloy that improved the overall performance the muffler comes with an engraved “Performance” to make for easy identification.
French company Racing Experience has introduced their new EFRA 2135 off-road exhaust. Manufactured by Hipex the super-strong pipe was developed to offer exceptional performance especially with O.S. based engines but it also works great with 5-port Picco based propulsion. The exhaust is available as a complete set including silicone gaskets and mounting springs as well as O.S. or Picco specific manifold.