CowRC Jet Blaster Air Blower - RC Driver

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  • THE WORKS
    We certainly have plenty of dirty cars in the RC Driver offices, so we had selection of test subjects to try the Cow RC Jet Blaster and see what it could do. First up, we used the wide chisel tip to blow off a number of dusty bodies. The wide air flow made it easy to blow off the larger surface areas. Next it was to clean some internals. We had a few dusty cars from the previous week’s race where dirt from the indoor track managed to cover every part on the cars. With the smaller cone nozzle installed for greater pressure, we cleaned up several cars. The light dust blew right off and the cars were already looking better. There was still some light dust where oily or greasy finger prints were on the chassis and some oily grimy build-ups around the shocks and diffs of the cars. After adding the tube and brush small tip attachment, we were able to blow off a lot more of the grime left behind. To get the stubborn stuff totally clean, the brush tip was added and parts were brushed and blown off at the same time. Our three vehicles that we cleaned with the CowRC Jet Blaster looked great and get excellent marks for final cleaning. The only issue we noticed in our testing was that the Blaster can get hot if you clean for long periods, especially with the smaller attachments on. During a 4-5 minute cleaning test’ (the car was actually clean in under 3 minutes) we threw a temp gun on the body of the Blaster and it was at a temp of 157-degrees Fahrenheit. That’s a little toasty so watch your knuckles on that handle if cleaning for long periods. The directions say the blower may shut down if overheated, but will work after it has cooled down. The other thing to watch is that it is noisy, we got it up to 97dB with the small tip attachment, so just be mindful of your pit neighbor when using this at an indoor track.

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  • THE WORKS
    We certainly have plenty of dirty cars in the RC Driver offices, so we had selection of test subjects to try the Cow RC Jet Blaster and see what it could do. First up, we used the wide chisel tip to blow off a number of dusty bodies. The wide air flow made it easy to blow off the larger surface areas. Next it was to clean some internals. We had a few dusty cars from the previous week’s race where dirt from the indoor track managed to cover every part on the cars. With the smaller cone nozzle installed for greater pressure, we cleaned up several cars. The light dust blew right off and the cars were already looking better. There was still some light dust where oily or greasy finger prints were on the chassis and some oily grimy build-ups around the shocks and diffs of the cars. After adding the tube and brush small tip attachment, we were able to blow off a lot more of the grime left behind. To get the stubborn stuff totally clean, the brush tip was added and parts were brushed and blown off at the same time. Our three vehicles that we cleaned with the CowRC Jet Blaster looked great and get excellent marks for final cleaning. The only issue we noticed in our testing was that the Blaster can get hot if you clean for long periods, especially with the smaller attachments on. During a 4-5 minute cleaning test’ (the car was actually clean in under 3 minutes) we threw a temp gun on the body of the Blaster and it was at a temp of 157-degrees Fahrenheit. That’s a little toasty so watch your knuckles on that handle if cleaning for long periods. The directions say the blower may shut down if overheated, but will work after it has cooled down. The other thing to watch is that it is noisy, we got it up to 97dB with the small tip attachment, so just be mindful of your pit neighbor when using this at an indoor track.

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