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PostSubject: rc nitro fuel is not gasoline   Sat May 08, 2010 4:27 am



RC nitro fuel is made up of a custom blend of 3 primary components.
1) NITROMETHANE.(( NITRO)). Nitromethane is derived from propane. In itself, nitro is not even extremely flammable as one might think. The real power producing potential of nitromethane is that it carries additional oxygen with it into the combustion process. It acts as a fuel too, but the molecule carries oxygen along with it. In a way, nitromethane is sort of like a chemical "supercharger" for an engine. It helps get more oxygen into the engine to help burn more fuel and produce more power. For the most nitro engine used in RC trucks, a 20% nitro blend is probably a good balance.

2) METHANOL. Methanol is sometimes referred to as "wood alcohol" because originally it was derived from distilled wood products. However, methanol can be made from more than one source, and today it is very commonly derived from natural gas. Methanol is the primary fuel component of nitro fuels and is usually also the most dominant ingredient in a nitro fuel mixture.

3) OIL. The oil portion of the nitro fuel blend is very interesting. Over the years, there has been much debate and changing recommendations. First there was castor oil. Then there were synthetics. Some fuels have been blended with all castor oil and some with all synthetic oils. Today, most nitro fuels contain a combination of both synthetic and castor oil. Castor oil is a naturally occurring oil that is derived from a plant. It is a natural lubricant that has some very unique properties. When subjected to higher temperatures, castor oils will actually begin to break down. As engine temperatures go up further, the castor oil continues to break down and forms a lubricating film that actually protects the engine better. In the process, this film or residue (like varnish) can also gum up the engine and cause other problems. On the other hand, synthetic oils typically are much cleaner and normally do not leave residues behind. Synthetic oils can help lubricating metal surfaces at higher RPM's when temperatures are lower. However, when temperatures rise, synthetic oils can break down and actually burn off leaving little protection for the engine. So, there are strengths and weaknesses of both castor and synthetic oils. Thankfully, most modern rc trucks run on nitro fuel blends that utilize the strengths of each type .

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PostSubject: Re: rc nitro fuel is not gasoline   Sat May 08, 2010 1:45 pm

very interesting topic and useful so that nobody got confused between the nitro and the pump gas we use in our normal cars
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PostSubject: Re: rc nitro fuel is not gasoline   Sat May 08, 2010 1:46 pm

ye interesting Very Happy thanks radawee Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: rc nitro fuel is not gasoline   Thu Dec 16, 2010 12:13 am

Awesome
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