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Old 05-21-2004, 07:33 PM   #1
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N.I.B. O.S. .30 wankel model aircraft engine... SOLD Engine is new old stock, in excellent condition. It was never run or mounted. A few drops of oil have been added from time to time to keep it lubricated. This would be great for a 40 size biplane like Waco etc
Comes with original box, instructions, muffler and glow plug. Check current price in hobby stores...why not save something for the fuel! Complete specs at
Note: Canadian buyers only. Buyer pickup or pay full shipping & insurance at cost. item weights about 1-1/2 pound.
If interested email me.

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Old 05-22-2004, 12:16 AM   #2
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Ha, that thing is hilarious, just wish I could afford it. How does it compare to a piston engine of same displacement?
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This rotary engine has way more power than a two stroke. It turns up @ 17,000 RPM ( pretty good for a true four stroke huh?) Compared to 12,000 for a two stroke of equal displacement. All this and no Valve float and no poppet valves to adjust clearance on. The three apex seals are spring loaded and self adjusting.
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