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Old 02-07-2015, 11:24 AM   #1
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Evolution trainer engine and prop

Quantity: 1
Model Number: 40?
Manufacture: evolution
Power Plant: Nitro
New or Used: Item is used but excellent condition.
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Asking Price: $20
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A used evo 40? I do not know the history but bench runs great. $20 plus shipping.

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Old 02-07-2015, 12:32 PM   #2
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Re: Evolution trainer engine and prop

Believe that would be the 46. I had 3 of the standard engines, (not trainer versions) and found once the mixture limiter rings were removed it was a pretty good performer and economical, as well.

I did try those 3 blade props they provide on these and most of my other 40 class engines and my advice would be to mount them for looks only. The drag they induce prevents revving into the peak power band. This engine should run fine with a 10/6-10/7 2-blade prop and even the 12/3.75 APC if you intend to do serious vertical work.

Looking down the exhaust shows signs of running, but little if any wear. Someone should end up with a nice engine and a steal at that price.

The stock drive flanges are available to replace that large unit. Not sure if any other changes between versions.
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