Orcan have introduced their new improved GT3 motor. This .12 nitro engine is based on the extremely successful Orcan LR3, which collected numerous titles and victories in the 1/10 scale 200mm touring car class at European Championships as well as national championships in Germany and Austria in recent years. The biggest upgrade is the use of high-quality ceramic main bearing with nine balls which results in higher revs as well as longer life-span, especially of the front bearing, conrod and piston. Like its predecessor the GT3 is easy to adjust and offers superb driveability as well as excellent value for money. Additionally the Orcan GT3 is available as a MH version, optimized by engine tuner Michael Heinrich and successfully tested by SMI/Orcan team drivers. The MH version of the GT3 is completely re-worked and comes with a modified liner as well as a crankshaft with a revised timing to provide more power across the whole RPM range.