Dynamite’s Mach 2 .19T Traxxas Replacement Engine is the perfect compliment for any Traxxas nitro vehicle in need of a new power plant. With no modifications needed for installation, this direct drop-in replacement engine will push your Traxxas nitro vehicle to its limits and beyond! With features that include a 2 needle slide valve carburetor, ABC piston and sleeve along with knife edge connecting rod for higher RPM’s and less internal turbulence, Dynamite’s Mach 2 .19T Traxxas Replacement engine is the perfect compliment to all Traxxas nitro vehicle platforms.
- Direct drop in replacement for all Traxxas nitro vehicles that utilize the Traxxas EZ-Start starting system with no modifications needed
- 2 needle slide valve carburetor for increased linear power delivery
- Knife edge connecting rod for higher rpm’s and less internal turbulence
- ABC piston and sleeve for increased engine life
- Works with all Traxxas nitro vehicles (that use the TRA EZ-Start System) including; T-Max 3.3 monster truck, Jato 3.3 stadium truck, nitro Rustler, nitro Slayer, nitro Stampede in addition to all other Traxxas nitro vehicles.
- Type: 2-stroke
- Displacement: .19ci (3.06cc)
- Bore: 15.9mm
- Stroke: 15.35mm
- Engine (Only) Weight: 250g
- RPM Range: up to 35,000
- HP: 1.8 @ 35,000 rpm
- Front Bearing Size: 7x19x6
- # of Ports: 5+1
- Carb Type: 2 needle slide
- Crank Type: SG
1, the one way bearing doesn't fit correctly - This has been corrected with a new version of the back plate.
2, The bearings are easily destroyed - Time will tell but the information I have seen is that these have been revised.
3, The run in process is hard to do - This is true, I did have to lean the engine out after tank 2 to even get it to start, but over all the process was easy to achieve.
So far after about 10 tanks through I have found that the engine is way too powerful for my 2WD Rustler with road tires on the pavement.
I had to heat the engine with a hair dryer to get it to start on tank 4-9 but since tank 10 it seems better.
Over all for what was $30 more than replacing the piston and sleeve in the TRX2.5 this is a much better option. When I have saved up some more I will be ordering a spare engine to either have as a spare or rock in my Kyosho V-One SIII if I can get it to fit. That thing will be lethal with a high revving engine and its 2 speed transmission!
It looks very much like the manufacturer has listened to the previous criticism and improved this engine.
Bearing dimmensions - Front: 7*19*6 mm Rear: 10*19*5 mm
I wouldn't recommend it in a tmaxx or a revo, but for a jato or rustler anything small its great.