Max Power by Massimo Fantini have released their new 2094 onroad pipe and manifolds. Available in regular polished metal and what he is calling ‘total black’, they look great and claim to boost power output. Coming as a standalone pipe or in a pipe set, there are also four different manifolds available, standard, 90 short, 90 medium and 90 long.
Max Power have announced the addition of Italian frontrunner, Dario Balestri to their team. The multiple national and European champion recently joined the ever growing Infinity team and following several years with Capricorn and after using Max Power-built Tesla engines last year, he will now be running Max Power branded power plants in his 1/8th and 1/10th scale rides for 2017.
Max Power keep updating their nitro engine line with the latest addition being the TQ-S 2017 2.1cc 1/10th scale engine. Changes made compared to the previous power plant include a new back plate with flow cuts, an updated timing and the sleeve features extra cut-outs for improved mixture flow. The engine is rounded out by a new, silver anodised cooling head for maximised cooling efficiency.
Coming from Max Power is the XP3.9 World Edition .12 nitro on-road engine. Built to the same specifications as used by the Max Power factory team at the recent IFMAR World Championships in Gubbio, the engine features a new crankcase with under head cut-outs to keeping compression more consistent, it comes with a new 3-port liner and CNC-machined piston for improved top speed and it utilises a dual tungsten-balanced and silicone-filled 11.9mm crankshaft. The specifications are rounded out by a US-made ceramic main bearing and a new 6-ribs silver-anodised cooling head.
Max Power have introduced their new RP3.5 TQ-S .12 nitro on-road engine. Used at this year’s EFRA 200mm Euros to take the TQ and the vice-championship the 3-channel engine offers an improved timing for fast acceleration and optimised speed and fuel consumption. Furthermore the TQ-S comes with a new CNC-machined piston, a silicone-filled and lightweight crankshaft as well as extra strong USA-made ceramic bearings.
Max Power have a new 3.5cc nitro on-road engine available in the form of the RP9.S. This latest version of the engine was used at the European Championships in Ettlingen and it features a 9-port design, new shaft timing and a newly designed back plate. Other parts included are an easy-to-tune carburettor as well as different venturi inserts to fine-tune power and fuel consumption.
New from Max Power comes a small and lightweight fuel filter for nitro engines. Made from aluminium and offering a bi-colour 2-piece design the filter is easy to disassemble for cleaning purposes while the low-profile design makes it easy to fit it into the fuel line even in crowded surroundings.
Max Power have introduced the Fantini-tuned GT-R 3.5cc nitro on-road engine. Intended mainly for Rally Game and GT cars the 5-power engine features a “booster” sleeve, a highly tuned, balanced and silicone-filled crankshaft and the piston is made of a special alloy material with a high amount of silicium. The engine comes with a 2-needle carburettor with interchangeable venturi inserts and it is designed to offers both good mileage and high torque.