Opti Power Fuel RTR 16% Nitro - 1 Litre

Opti Power Fuel RTR 16% Nitro - 1 Litre

Brand: OptiFuel

Part Number: OP1001

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Optimix RTR 16% is supplied as a 1lt container and is 16% nitromethane with 15% fully synthetic oil from KLOTZ.

This is a very high performance RTR fuel for general use in all nitro car engines. The tuning band on RTR fuels are wider and therefore a little less critical.

This fuel is identical to HPI Power Fuel, and ideal for use in HPI aswell as Traxxas, Thunder Tiger, Hobao and many other nitro engines.

Designed for ease of starting and ease of tuning, Optifuel uses specially developed Klotz synthetic oils as used by many other top nitro fuel manufacturers.

Optifuel also features a slightly higher oil content than many other fuels, providing a much needed safety net for those who are perhaps less experiened with tuning nitro engines. 

This higher oil content will also help to extend the performance of your nitro engine long into the future.

  • Brand: OptiFuel
  • Part No: OP1001
  • Nitro Content: 16%

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HPI Power Fuel 16% Nitro - 1 Litre Hello Just wanted to know the difference in the fuels? ie 15% 20% +25% I'm looking to buy the HPI Trophy Buggy and this will be my 1st Nitro car! What fuel will give me best performance and in general better? Thank you Phil
Asked by Phillip Jacobs on 20th November 2017

The % referes to the nitromethane content.  As a rule of thumb we'd run 16% in smaller .15 size engines, and 25% in larger .21+ size engines.

For your Trophy buggy we'd go for 25%

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Best fuel for a .18 engine
Asked by Martin Small on 7th April 2019

This would be fine for a .18 engine.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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