Anyone know the proper break in procedure for the TRX 3.3? Is it identical to the 2.5? Or is it changed a bit? thanks in advance
it's the same
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you may try heat cycling as well all in personall preferance i suppose
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Definately use a hair dryer to warm up the block to about 150 F this will allow some expansion, making it easier to start that brand new motor.
Heat cycling, I have heard good things about, but honestly I would stick to the book. It has worked well for many.
Pay close attention to the cool down periods of 15 mins.
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ive never had to heat up the block. especally with the ez-start. i just crack the glow plug loose a little so the compression doesnt lock the engine and when it starts i crank it back down. i just got a new 3.3 last sunday and broke it in monday. it took about one minute to fire it off. of corse you have to use a glow stick this way.
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from what ive heard heat cycling is made for OS engines which are richer that normal from the factory. I would stick to the book for traxxas.
please correct me if im wrong.
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