This is the Traxxas TRX 3.3 Racing Engine without Starter|
and with IPS (Integrated Pilot Shaft) Crankshaft.
This version requires use of a bump starter or starter box
and will not accept a pull start or the Traxxas EZ-Start system.
For use in all Traxxas TRX2.5 and TRX 3.3 equipped vehicles with
60% more peak power than the TRX2.5, with nearly 50% more power
under the curve for strong linear acceleration
One-piece IPS crank provides precise gear mesh and eliminates
Molded LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymer) body slide valve carburetor with
high-volume air filter
Blue anodized aluminum cooling head with molded head protector
Traxxas TRX 3.3 Racing Engine with IPS crankshaft, air filter, filter
oil, setup DVD, illustrated instruction manual and glow plug
Bump starter or starter box of modeler's choice
Fuel: Car fuel blend with 10-33% nitro content
Displacement: .20 cu in (3.3cc)
Specs such as bore, stroke, RPM and horsepower are not provided,
contact Traxxas for further details
Weight: 9.1oz (257g)
Distance between mounting holes same side: 0.43" (11mm)
Distance between mounting holes opposite side: 1.2" (32mm)
Distance from center of engine to front bearing: 1.2" (32mm)
Distance/bottom of mounting flanges/top of cylinder head: 3.6" (92mm)
Distance/ crankcase bottom to top of cylinder head: 44" (105mm)
Width of mounting flanges: 1.5" (39.5mm)
Other versions of the TRX 3.3 engine include;
#5406 Multi-Shaft without Starter
#5407 Recoil Pull Starter, TRAG5407
#5409 Multi-Shaft w/Recoil Pull Starter, TRAG5409
Some notes on slide valve and rotary carburetors.
Rotary carbs offer a larger response in the middle of the power
band. This works well for off-road applications when throttle
response must be varied.
Slide Valve carbs provide greater response at the beginning and end
of the power band. This works well for on-road and racing
applications for fast take-offs and high speed.