Tornado silicon fuel tube
The Tornado silicon fuel tube guarantees continuous engine fuel flow due to its anti-bending capabilities. Available in white, red, yellow and blue, it’s tight fitted and resistant to all chemicals used in Tornado fuel.
Length 100 cm, diameter 2,1 mm x 6,0 mm.
Colours: Blue, Pink, Deep Pink, Deep Green, Yellow
Tornado fuel filter
Particles cause extensive wear of your engine, reducing engine lifetime. Our compact, absolutely tight filter prevents big and small particles from entering your engine. This filter is specially designed to perform without influencing a continuous fuel flow – hereby extensively prolonging engine lifetime. The filter is very light and easy to clean. The large filter surface results in only a small pressure drop over the filter.
Tornado shock absorber oil
By changing the silicon oil viscosity you can change the compression rate of the shock absorber. Higher viscosity (thicker oil) gives more rebound and compression dampening. Lower viscosity (thinner oil) will give less rebound and less compression dampening. We deliver special developed silicon oil in several viscosities for you to tune your shock absorber to your demands.
Bottle content 50 ml.
Viscosity (Cst.): 100, 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400, 450, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900, 1.000
Tornado Differential oil
The function of a differential is allowing the outside wheel to travel further than the inside wheel in corners. The differentials include a limited-slip function that prevents the wheel that might be slipping from spinning out of control. Using high viscosity silicon oil (thicker fluid) you set the slip function tight to prevent the wheel to slip out of control. For example on an off-road track. On the other hand, for tracks with a high degree of traction, you may use a lower viscosity (or no oil) so the car slides more naturally through a corner.
Bottle content 50 ml.
Viscosity (Cst.): 2.000, 2.500, 3.000, 5.000, 7.000, 8.000, 10.000, 15.000, 20000, 25.000, 30.000, 40.000, 50.000, 100.000
Tornado afterrun oil
Afterrun oil preserves the inner parts of your engine from oxidation. Just a few drops after racing will protect your engine during storage and keeps your engine in top condition. We advise to use afterrun after every racing session.
Tornado Air Filter Oil
Airborne particles of sand and dust can quickly wear your engine out. Especially when these particles find their way in sliding or spinning engine parts, results for the two take-engine can be disastrous.To prevent this, your engine’s equipped with an air filter that should be treated with air filter oil before use. Little particles adhere to this ‘sticky’ oil, hereby preventing engine damage. Before usage, evenly mount a few millimeters of oil to the air filter. Knead softly into the filter. It may now feel sticky, but no surplus of oil should come out when you clench the filter. Too much oil reduces the filter’s air intake and the engine’s optimum running.