|Mar 29, 2012, 12:30 PM|
NEW ITEM-NIB-Gas engine the size of a .40 glow-Save money by not buying Glow Fuel!
Gas Engine the size of a .40 size engine! Cheaper fuel; same power! I have only 6 engines left out of the 10. I should have bought more!!!
Quit buying expense Glow Fuel, get the same size as a.40 Glow engine that burns Gas!
Here is your chance to get a small compact Gas engine the same size as an OS Max .46 Glow engine that burns Gasoline. The engine will pay for itself the first year!
Remember to burn gas WITHOUT ethanol or get a marine gas treatment that takes it out to save the O-Rings and Diaphragm pump in this engine.
Take a really close look at the pictures and the specs and you’ll get as excited as I did when I discovered it.
This is a new generation of small gas quality engine, it combines the advantages of both Nitro and gasoline engines, compact in size, light weight, fuel economy, reliable and powerful.
GT9 Engine Type: Gasoline Two-stroke, Air Cooled
Displacement (cc): 9.07cc
Bore x stroke (mm): 23.35 x 21.2
Carburetor: NGH made 60G needle with pump membrane
Max output: 0.8HP@15000RPM
RPM Range: 2600-15000RPM
Ignition: Auto advanced Rcexl DC-CDI with special spark plug cap
Spark plug type: 1/4 x 32 Rcexl
Ignition Power: 4.8V
Lubrication Oil: 2 cycle engine Oil API TC/JASO FD or better specs. (Mobil + M2T)
Break-in fuel oil ratio: 20:1 (5%)
General use fuel: 25:1 (4%) (Oil percentage can not less than 4%)
Recommended propellers: 10 x 6 to 12x6 (two blades)
Weight: 425g (without ignition)
See this engine fly a PT-19
1.Size: same as .52 glow engine size
3.Carb: special smaller carb with pump and regulator by NGH
4.Muffler: special smaller anodized Pitts-style muffler with Black
5.Plug: 1/4*32 NGK
6.Exploded: almost same as a .52 glow engine. just extra special carb, muffler, CDI and Plug, and special pump regulator (not shown in the picture)
7.Use Airplane: almost same use for .52 glow engine with 40 size airplane!
I will sell this engine NIB for $169 plus $12 shipping by priority mail inside the US with confirmation and tracking number.
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Last edited by unclegeorge; Apr 03, 2012 at 04:46 PM.
|Mar 30, 2012, 05:48 PM|
AND, I had a reason for asking the question. It is possible that the carb mounted on the engine is adequate and has it's own PUMP IF the tank is located near the motor but needs the aditional pump if mounted farther away.
The Saito 14 has it's own pump and they recommned the tank be mounted close to the motor LIKE A GLO ENGINE.
This motor appears to have a split Walbro type carb that needs the pump to work properly and allows for mounting the smaller half on a smaller motor.
I was hoping that that the motor might operate wi the mounted carb alone for a weight/space savings.
But HECK, I am just a troll right?
|Mar 30, 2012, 06:00 PM|
Remember there are alot of different arrangement by other manufacture and what works for one does not work for others. Saving 3 ounces of weight just doesn't seem worth the risk. You can go ahead and try it on a beach run but the venturi effect and fuel draw does not appear the be adequite when the engineer designed a pump to get the fuel to the carb under pressure. Relying on the fuel to be suck in with a pressurized tank is the down fall to most glow engine where the fuel tank placement is critical. The use of a pump elminates the need of the placement. The tank can be about or below the needle valve position that is why there is a pump. The Walbro system has worked on my gas engine for years. That is why I left glow in went to gas 20 years ago. Let me know if it works.
|Mar 31, 2012, 11:00 AM|
USA, TX, Grapevine
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viflyer, the NGH engine's carb is actually a floatless carb design. It has a diaphragm and valve in it to control the amount of fuel going into the carb. The external fuel pump is needed to provide some positive fuel pressure flow to the carb.
I was mightily tempted to pull the trigger on this myself, but I had just received one a week before George put his up for sale.
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