Abbreviation for nitromethane. The addition of nitromethane in fuel provides more power, and a smoother idle, thus making the engine easier to tune. The nitro also makes an engine require more careful tuning, therefore, the amount of nitro added to a fuel results in a tradeoff. Common nitro mixes vary from 0% to 30% and beyond.
Nitromethane, commonly used in racing-fuel blends.
Nitro methane, commonly used in racing-fuel blends.
fuel additive that increases an engine's high speed performance
Short for nitromethane, a fuel additive that improves an airplane's high-speed performance. Check your engineâ€(tm)s instructions to determine the ideal nitro content for your engine.
Nitromethane, a fuel additive which increases a model engine's ability to idle low and improves high speed performance. Ideal nitro content varies from engine to engine. Refer to the engine manufacturer's instructions for best results. Nitro content in fuel is indicated by the percent of the fuel.
This is a fuel additive that increases a model engine's performance. The ideal nitro content (measured by percentage) varies from engine to engine, but you will typically find 10 to 30 percent on the hobby shop shelf.
The “power” ingredient in glow fuel. Nitro fuel = glow fuel.