I have so much loved nitro cars since I was at the age of 8. My parent first bought a high quality RC car in 1990. I guess it was a ranger XLT electric powered car. I really had a wonderful experience with my first electric car, and it was so much fun always with it.
Gradually as I began to grow, I read about gas powered cars. I became really excited about owning a gas powered car because of its speed and popularity
Although I really liked it and wanted to buy on me, I looked at a lot of models and compared prices, eventually I bought a Rampage. It was a good car, but one problem I had with it was the engine.
Later the following year, I bought more gas powered cars at a championship in Phillipines, but all of them did not meet my taste. They were below my expectation. I had always have trouble with different gas powered gas until I came in contact with Nitro cars. I know you may be a lover of nitro cars and you may have been frustrated making use of it.
In this article, you are going to learn how to have a trouble free experience and how to have loads of fun using it. Nitro cars are relatively easy to handle and they require very less equipment than electric cars. Included in it is the radio control system, glow plug igniter, fuel bottle, AA size batteries, stroke engine and glow plug.
Although my first experience with the engine was no really pleasant. First of all, the engine refused to start and I kept pulling the cord yet it did not start. After several attempt to pull, the engine became flooded. Another challenge I also have with it is based on the side bars. Pulling the cords makes the fuel enter the cylinder and piston. Most times, it makes the engine flood. And the only solution to this challenge is to turn the engine upside down and drain to drain it. That was the bad side about the car. But nevertheless, the car is just too much! Its speed is nothing to compare with.
But one thing I will advise you as a beginner who has not used a nitro Car is that, make sure you choose from the best brands. Preferably from 1/8th scale. These models are basically recommended for beginners. So get yours!