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Sep 25, 2012, 10:43 PM
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i like 2 stroke. i was born drinking motorcross fuel
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Sep 26, 2012, 10:26 AM
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i like 2 stroke. i was born drinking motorcross fuel
Good humor
Sep 26, 2012, 11:11 AM
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Really ? I remember my Mk-1 did go trough the tank rather quickly but maeby the last version is more economical, I have'nt run mine.
Sorry if post a little confusing. These Wankel types are kinda thirsty even though they are considered 4 strokes!
Sep 26, 2012, 11:58 AM
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Sorry if post a little confusing. These Wankel types are kinda thirsty even though they are considered 4 strokes!
I have not much see flyers use Wankel engine. Did it easy start? Did it stability running low idle engine?
Sep 26, 2012, 06:02 PM
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No wonder the engine is hard to adjust---you have the wrong prop on it !!!
Laughing---me happy ! I like all engines....gas,glow,2 stroke and 4 strokes, but the Saito 1.80 is absolutely the gas hog...I can burn a gallon a weekend of glow fuel in it...it takes about 6 weekends to burn a gallon of gasoline in my Quadra 35.
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Sep 26, 2012, 09:04 PM
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I switched to 4 strokes last year and my fuel usage has dropped by about a 1/3. I don't have any more trouble ajusting the carbs than the one 2 stroke I still have (OS .15 on my Lazy Bee). The valves all stay adjusted too and I fly a lot. I have 4 Magnums, 2 Saito's and an ASP 80 that refuses to die. I like the screamng power of a two stroke but boy do they make a mess and use fuel! To me a two stroke is just wrong for my Astro Hogs or my Slowpoke, I like the realism too.
Sep 26, 2012, 10:02 PM
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Sep 26, 2012, 10:06 PM
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Sep 26, 2012, 10:44 PM
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Two strokes are great. That is all I have, from .40 to 1.60 cu. in.!
Sep 27, 2012, 12:23 AM
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I have not much see flyers use Wankel engine. Did it easy start? Did it stability running low idle engine?
Starting was easy but difficult when re-starting when the engine was hot so we did force cool it by spraying fuel on the engine with our then in use electric pump .... Idling is very good. There is a new make on the market namely Nitto Mfg.
Sep 27, 2012, 06:39 AM
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No wonder the engine is hard to adjust---you have the wrong prop on it !!!
Laughing---me happy ! I like all engines....gas,glow,2 stroke and 4 strokes, but the Saito 1.80 is absolutely the gas hog...I can burn a gallon a weekend of glow fuel in it...it takes about 6 weekends to burn a gallon of gasoline in my Quadra 35.
I like your humor(joke). I glad you have much fun any kind engines. I understand about consume amount fuel at kind engine. 2 stroke consume more nitro fuel than 4 stroke engine? Right?

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Sep 27, 2012, 06:43 AM
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I switched to 4 strokes last year and my fuel usage has dropped by about a 1/3. I don't have any more trouble ajusting the carbs than the one 2 stroke I still have (OS .15 on my Lazy Bee). The valves all stay adjusted too and I fly a lot. I have 4 Magnums, 2 Saito's and an ASP 80 that refuses to die. I like the screamng power of a two stroke but boy do they make a mess and use fuel! To me a two stroke is just wrong for my Astro Hogs or my Slowpoke, I like the realism too.
Is that 4 stroke engine save fuel than 2 stroke engine? Interest that 4 stroke engine have goog low idle as won't die

Thanks
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Sep 27, 2012, 06:51 AM
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Two strokes are great. That is all I have, from .40 to 1.60 cu. in.!
Cool what you have them. I have 25 to .61 2 stroke engine and two 4 stroke as 40 and 61 engine, too.
Sep 27, 2012, 06:59 AM
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Starting was easy but difficult when re-starting when the engine was hot so we did force cool it by spraying fuel on the engine with our then in use electric pump .... Idling is very good. There is a new make on the market namely Nitto Mfg.
Thanks interest and good to known

Bob
Sep 27, 2012, 06:59 AM
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Some of the more powerful 4 stroke engines use a higher amount of fuel than seems reasonable.
My Saitos (1.50 ,1.80),are being replaced with 2 cycle gas DLE's as they are just too expensive to run.

They are GREAT engines,but I can use $25 worth of fuel in a weekend,versus $6 in a gasoline mixed fuel,and better economy.
In my opinion.
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