Tired of all those electric planes infesting your local club? This high-rpm huge power glow engine can swing a 9x5 prop with ease. No need to worry about expensive batteries here. Just re-fuel and youre off. Scream through the sky all day with our 25 size 2-stroke glow engine.
ABC construction, Aluminum piston with Brass liner thats Chrome plated Dual ball bearing-supported crankshaft Dual needle valve carburetor with remote High Speed Needle Valve Dual bushing-supported connecting rod
can i just use common petrol or does it need nitro or methanol . what's difference between with or without needle . what are other accessories need to get working other than glow stick , fuel , fuel tank , prop .
Hi, to get this engine working you will need nitro fuel from your local hobby shop, i recommend contest 10, you will need a glow plug (standard fit) a glow start, an engine starter (like a drill motor with a rubber bung at the end) but i use a chicken stick, you will need a suitable fuel tank to fit your model. and a 9x5 prop. tuning wise you need to screw the big black needle fully in then two full rotations anti clockwise which should give you a good point to go from however if you are stuck with tuning it, there re plenty of videos on youtube. hope this helps
no hobbyking not in Pakistan you can import direct from hobby king
This engine is great. It's so cheap for what you get. I used the hobbyking medium hot glow plug and the engine is great. Swinging a 9x6 prop and just finished break in. I haven't got a tacho so im not sure of any rpm's but lots of thrust at full throttle and it just doesnt quit at low rpm. Just make sure you prime it well so you can see the fuel go through the tube from the remote needle to the carb, plug in your glow starter and give it flick and it will start every time. If it won't start then prime it some more. Great quality product, looks really nice and you can't beat it for the price, well done HK!!
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Do yourself a favor and take out the spring inside the carburetor. It just adds resistance to the servo driving the throttle. Completely unscrew the idle screw and remove it. Unscrew the nut holding on the plastic arm for the throttle. The barrel should now slide out followed by a spring behind it. Re install the barrel in the carb and screw back on the nut and the idle screw. The barrel should now slide very smooth and without resistance.