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Apr 02, 2010, 06:14 PM
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Carlo,
Thank you very much.
That is 100% more info. than I had earlier! <BG>
Every little bit helps.
Bob
P.S. I need to do some translating!
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Apr 03, 2010, 06:16 AM
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SC 52 two stroke engine manual


Hi

Has anyone got a copy of the SC 52 two stroke engine manual?

Cheers

Adam
Apr 06, 2010, 10:41 AM
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Hi Bob, glad that you liked the leaflet !
Well my Italian is not the greatest but I have some ideas on it:
lets go

Miscela per rodaggio is equal to Fuel to break in
Miscela per competizzione is equal to Fuel for competition
Elica per rodaggio means prop for break in
Elica per velocita is equal to speed prop
Elica per RC is equal to RC prop
Elica per acrobaz is equal to Stunt prop (controline)
Hope thats this helps a little
Best regards

Carlo
Apr 08, 2010, 03:55 PM
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Carlo,
Thanks for the translations.
Saved me some "googling"
Bob
Apr 09, 2010, 08:06 AM
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Be welcome Bob. If I find some more material about ST 56 in a near future
I will post here for you
All the best

Carlo
May 24, 2010, 11:22 PM
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Lux .46 abc glow engine


Anybody have a manual or any info on a LUX .46 Engine??
I've tried Googleing and can't believe there isn't a bit of info to be had.
This is a nice looking eng. it starts right up and idles great, but boggs terribly when throttling up. It runs great at full bore once it stumbles up there.
I'm new to glow engines and would appreciate any guidance or advice on where to look for information.
moon
May 25, 2010, 12:27 PM
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Hi Moon
Do you have a picture from your Lux 46?
I dont know this brand of engines
Check the low speed neddle adjustment on your carb (for 2 needles carbs)
If the transition from idle to top speed is smokier (rich) close the needle in half a turn increments until reach a good transition, in the contrary case (if the engine is lean) close the needle in small steps until reach a good transition too.
If the carb of the Lux 46 is of air bleed type, the adjustments are reversed in relation to the TN carbs (2 needles), closing the air bleed screw its richen the mixture and closing it the mixture got leaner
The running adjustments on the glow engines are very similar
regards

Carlo
May 26, 2010, 11:51 AM
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LUX carb


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Originally Posted by stg61abc
Hi Moon
Do you have a picture from your Lux 46?
I dont know this brand of engines
Check the low speed neddle adjustment on your carb (for 2 needles carbs)
If the transition from idle to top speed is smokier (rich) close the needle in half a turn increments until reach a good transition, in the contrary case (if the engine is lean) close the needle in small steps until reach a good transition too.
If the carb of the Lux 46 is of air bleed type, the adjustments are reversed in relation to the TN carbs (2 needles), closing the air bleed screw its richen the mixture and closing it the mixture got leaner
The running adjustments on the glow engines are very similar
regards

Carlo
Thanks for the info Carlo, I had an experienced pilot from our club try to tune this thing and he couldn't put his finger on the problem, but feels it is the carb. He saw a lot of similarities with the OS .46 motor and suggested I take it apart, clean and look for obvious problems like damaged "o" rings and such.
I found another club member who gave me an OS .46 SF carb and all parts are identical except the diameter where it fits into the crankcase (OS is .532"& Lux .512") and the method of securing it. OS uses two screws and LUX uses a pinching type lock that is tightened with a nut on the port side. I found the fit between the rotating barrel and carb to be looser on the LUX and the diagonal slot in the barrel was poorly machined and wider than OS's
This motor has tons of power and idles great so I guess I'll either modify the OS carb or try to find another that fits the crankcase.
I'll try to post a picture, but have some health issues to deal with first.
moon
May 26, 2010, 12:45 PM
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Hi Moon, yes, is a good idea to check the carbs o rings, including the neck o ring too. Also check the fuel lines and the tank height in the plane.
very good luck
Carlo
May 29, 2010, 07:24 AM
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Saito FA-80T Manual


Hi, does anyone knwo where I can get one of these ??? Thanks Carl
May 29, 2010, 07:26 AM
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Saito FA-80T


Does anyone have a copy of this ...Thanks Carl
Jun 08, 2010, 12:26 PM
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Just found this very interesting World Engines Supertigre vintage Owners Manual.
It serves from the G 15 to the G 71. Its from the 1974 ST Engine Line.
Regards
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Jun 14, 2010, 08:40 PM
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I need a manual for a YS F-91AC. The link on the first page for YS is a dead link for me.
Jun 17, 2010, 07:00 AM
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YS 91 AC manual on the way !

PS: The file is to big to post it here. Send me your email and I wil send the manual to you
regards
Jul 07, 2010, 06:25 PM
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Need OS MaxH 40P Manual


Can't find 1 on there website any HELP.

The Chef


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