Coming from Triton is their new L3 V2 .21 nitro buggy and truggy engine. The 3-port power plant was designed to offer exceptional bottom and top end power while the new lower centre of gravity ultra lightweight cooling head improves handling and cooling efficiency. Also part of the specification list is a new piston sleeve and crankcase design for more overall power. Other features include high quality Swiss-made bearings, an insulated base short needle carburettor, 7mm venturi and a machined front case for flywheel clearance.
Coming from Triton RC is the new L4 Pro Spec V2 Elite GT .21 nitro on-road engine. Designed for the growing GT classes the ROAR-legal 5-port power plant was developed and hand-tuned to provide super strong bottom end, midrange and exceptional top end performance for large GT racing cars with sacrificing fuel mileage. The carburettor low speed needle and housing design has been changed to provide even easier tuning than the previous version while the crankcase has been optimised for power and efficiency by manipulating the internal volume and angles. The cooling head is milled for easier engine mount driver access and a Swiss front bearing, with a special seal designed to prevent leaks, as well as a Swiss ceramic inner bearing provide ultra low friction and longevity. The package is topped off by an all-new DLC crankshaft for added wear resistance and durability.
Coming from Triton are the new L4 and L5 Pro Spec V2 Elite .21 nitro off-road engines. Both feature a new piston/sleeve design, increasing fuel mileage and providing a more aggressive bottom end power delivery while the carburettor low speed needle and housing design has been changed to provide even easier tuning. On top of this the crankcase has been optimised for power and efficiency by manipulating the internal volume and angles and the crankshaft received a DLC coating for added wear resistance and longevity. Both engines also received a new cooling head that is milled for easier engine mount driver access. As for the characteristics, the L4 offers a smooth bottom end and strong mid range and top end performance, ideal for looser tracks while the L5 delivers huge low end torque, making it best suited on high-bite tracks or when a lot of low RPM torque is needed.
U.S. company Triton have released a first teaser image of their forthcoming L3 .21 off-road engine. No details on the specifications are available yet but given the name and judging from the slightly simpler cooling head design compared to the company’s L4 Pro Spec and L5 Pro Spec engines the L3 could be a club level engine with a lower price tag than the Pro Spec variants.