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Old 01-19-2004, 02:47 PM   #1
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Super Tigre 75 *** SOLD ***

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I have a Super Tigre 75 with muffler, box and manual for sale. This engine will require some run in as it has a new ring and liner. Engine was purchased new but always seemed to lack compression, After about 40 flights, (it still ran and idled fine but could not start it unless I used an electric starter... I am an old control line flyer and still hand start my engines!!); I sent it for service and a new liner and ring was installed. Now we have compression as it should be. However I am now using my Super Tigre 90 instead. If you would be interested let me know.
$100 plus shipping O.B.O.

Engine sold Monday, Feb. 23/04 for $75 plus postage.

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Old 01-21-2004, 06:23 PM   #2
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Hi ; I have a ST-75 and it starts by hand if you prime it very wet. Like fuel running out the carb on a side mounted one.

Also on Supertigres you need to back the low end needle out about 3 turns.

Depending on what altitude your flying at , since the engines are set up at the Italian factory at high altitude.

My Great Planes F-15 with the ST-75 has been clocked at 107 mph level flight.
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