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Old 12-02-2004, 06:14 PM   #1
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I aquired two of these and know NOTHING about them... can you help? They apear to be dual ring? they are certainly dual glow plug... but were they a good engine? powerfull? worth renewing? one of them is like new... the other needs new rings and bearings.
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Old 12-02-2004, 07:40 PM   #2
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Very interested to see that someone has one of these engines.
I have had one for many years, although it has not been used very much, in fact the one I have has only a few flights on it, after a re-fit some yrs ago. I had another before this, which ended it's life in an Sterling Model PT 17. which was sold, and was still up and flying a couple of yrs ago. I cannot say anything bad about the engine. It swings a 12X6, 13X6-8, prop with good torque on the bottom end. Power that was needed for my PT17, because it was a heavy beast. I considered this engine about the best combination at the time.
I was looking at the motor a little while ago, and was wondering what to do with it ??, mainly now that I am into the large Gasser's ??.
Very happy for you, you have a good engine, and also a collector item too. One of the plus's-- Ideal for scale types, easy to fit into the Cowling, and a safe engine too, with its' rear drum valve induction.. Fingers away from the prop ??.
Have fun. "D.B"
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