Taiwanese engine manufacturer STS have unveiled more additions to their already extensive range of engines. First up is the new S12XS, 2.1 cc touring car motor that has a 12mm crankshaft with turbo scoop, 5 port tear dropped ABC liner and is supplied with a turbo plug. The S12XS is also available as a 3 port IFMAR legal version. Also for on road is the new 3.5cc S21R motor that has a 14mm balanced crankshaft with turbo scoop, 5 port ABC liner, carburettor with interchangeable venturis and is also supplied with a turbo plug. Finally is the S21T buggy engine which is exactly the same as the on road motor but has a larger cooling head as is normal with off road motors.
Taiwanese company STS have released information about their new competition level truggy motor. This 4.66cc features a 5 port ABC liner, while the 14mm crankshaft sports a turbo scoop in the bell crank, helping force the fuel into the combustion chamber.
Last week we showed you the new D21T MKII buggy motor from STS Racing and it seems that now you can get a RBMods version which, aside from some hand tuning work to the liner, features some hardening and rust proofing work done to the crankshaft.
A reverse osmosis procedure bringing you the best of all the other mods out on the market, Yes sir we have come full circle with this one folks. Just take a look at the picture attached Notice how some engines loose power and start acting up after some of the nasty fuels we use? It is the crank rusting up and sending rust particles through your engine, Of coarse you know this would have a adverse affect we all do not want. Dr. Rick has come up with the cure and better yet without raising the prices.
STS, the Taiwanese RC manufacturer, has released this new team version of their 3.5cc buggy motor. Called the D21T MKII, T standing for team, this new engine features a 14mm crankshaft, a 5 port liner, comes with 2 combustion chambers for using both the turbo or standard type glow plug and the motor itself has been custom made, which suggests some extra hand work done, but we dont know what exactly has been done.