Ielasi Tuned NITRO .12 Raptor WC Edicion Ceramic Rear Bearing, DLC

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TECH SPECS:
DISPLACEMENT: 2.11 cc

SPECIAL COMBUSTION CHAMBER
SLEEVE 3 PORTS LONG STROKE
PISTON EXTRA LIGHT - HANDTUNED
DLC CRANCSHAFT 11,9mm TURBO - TUNED
NEW CONROD LIGHT
NEW COOLING HEAD ITD
NEW UNDERHEAD WITH O-RING
NEW REAR COVER FOR CRANKCASE
FRONT BEARING: STEEL
REAR BEARING: CERAMIC MODIFIED VERSION
                            STEEL STANDARD VERSION

WEIGHT: 230 g
 
R.P.M. (max power) 43.700 RPM (3 PORT)
 
NITRO .12 WC V2 - MODIFIED (REAR BEARING CERAMIC)
NITRO .12  - (BEARINGS STEEL)
The conrod is made extralight&superstrong alluminium to make the lightest and strongest possible conrod to withstand the abuse of a new .12 engine.
Crankshaft:
This is a special Tuned Crankshaft. Made to meet even the highest standards of our most demanding drivers. Slightly reduced rotational mass and greatly improved fuel flow provide great performance - extra light.
Sleeve:
This Piston/Sleeve set is optimized for use in EFRA/IFMAR competition events and is made from hard chromed brass and features 3 transfer ports extra light material.
Backplate:
we have made this backplate with a special steel inlay, this reduces friction and wear when the conrod touches it. The round shape reduces the dead space inside the engine
 
Rear ball bearing:
The new ball bearing reduces the inertia of the rotating masses and increases the engine's scavenging. You can see both the ball bearing and the manufacturing process result in the picture. These novelties give an increased throttle response and a higher top speed.

 
RECOMMENDED EXHAUST
51615 Tuned Pipe (EFRA 2660)
3 chamber polished tuned pipe, more progressive with lower fuel consumption
41613S / L Manifold NEW
Short or Long exhaust gives less acceleration, but an increased topspeed
41615 Manifold
Short exhaust is half way between short and long,
generally used as a starting setup
41616 Manifold
Longer exhaust gives more acceleration, but reduced top speed

Raptor -12 ON/C

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