CMP Corsair, gas engine choice?
I have a CMP Corsair, 75 inch span. It calls for a 1.20 four stroke on web site. I noticed the ESM version is similar in size, but calls for more power. I figure ESM suggestion is probably right.
So if I run gas, Should i throw in a Zenoah G-23 or a G-38? Weight difference is about 10 ounces. Not much it seems. In this plane will that be an issue?
I am not even sure the G-23 will have enough power? I own both engines , so want to start with the right one.
Power wise (compared to a four stroke,) what does a G-23 compare to?
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