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We supply Nitromethane from serveral suppliers and it is the very best power additive for methanol alcohol applications.
• Increased horsepower and torque
• Improves throttle response and acceleration
• Builds low and midrange torque
• Designed for stock and modified engines
2/4-stroke methanol alcohol – all
May not be a legal power additive in sanctioned racing events.
Compatibility: Methanol alcohol, synthetic lubricants and petroleum oils.
Mix Nitromethane according to engine builders recommendations, or start with 3 – 4 oz of
Nitromethane per gallon of methanol alcohol. Richen high and low speed jets. Take several spark
plug readings to verify jet settings and correct heat range spark plug. A colder heat range spark
plug is recommended for oval racing. Adjust timing to prevent detonation. For Glow Fuel
applications, see the R/C Model Catalog for fuel blending recommendations.
Heat is a limiting factor, excess heat will cause engine damage. Reduce the percentage of
nitromethane to lower engine temperature and prevent engine damage.
WARNING: Do not mix
with gasoline or other power additives. Nitromethane may become
unstable and shock sensitive.
Fuel Comparison: Gasoline, Methanol, Nitromethane
Gasoline - Gasoline is a mixture of hydrocarbons. The petroleum distillate fraction termed "gasoline" contains mostly saturated hydrocarbons usually with a chemical formula of C8H18. The air fuel ratio, A/F Ratio, for complete combustion is 14.7:1, stoichiometric. The A/F ratio for maximum power is approximately 12.5:1 - 12.8:1. This means that our engine at max power, 12.8:1, consumes 12.8 pounds of air for 1 pound of fuel. Gasoline has approximately 18,400 BTU/lb. Therefore if we are using gasoline our engine is producing 53,176 BTU's of energy at 6500 rpm.
Alcohol (Methanol) - Alcohol is usually used in the form of Methyl alcohol or methanol. CH3OH is the chemical formula. Methanol burns at a much richer mixture than gasoline does, between 5.0:1 - 6.0:1. That's 5 lbs of air to one pound of fuel. Methanol has approximately 9,500 BTU/lb.
Nitromethane - drag racing classes, "nitro funny cars" and "top fuel". Nitromethane's chemical formula is CH3NO2. The oxygen in nitromethane's molecular structure means that nitromethane does not need as much atmospheric oxygen to burn, part of the oxygen needed to burn nitromethane is carried in the fuel itself. Typical A/F ratio for nitromethane is 1.7:1 and nitromethane has an energy content of 5,000 BTU/lb.