The Turnigy TR-32 engine packs a 3.8HP punch and includes an all machined billet alloy crank, high-power reed valves and porting for high torque! The machined billet aluminum case is strong, and lightweight, that combined with the power it puts out makes the TR-32 perfect for your 25-35CC class 3D and Aerobatic airplanes. Since the TR-32 runs on regular pump gas, operational costs are low, and the fun factor high.
• Billet aluminum case with sand cast cylidner heads
• CDI electronic ignition
• Includes compact mufflerSpecs:
Performance: 3.8hp @ 7800rpm
Suggested prop: 18x8, 18x10
Spark Plug: (CM6)
Bore/Stroke: 37 x 30mm
Weight (Engine Only): 910g
Weight (Ignition System): 100g
Weight (Muffler): 65g
Fuel: 2C Regular Gas mixed 30:1(break-in) - 40:1(Normal flying)
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excellant moteur...fonctionne tres bien et repond tres bien,tres bon ralenti des le premier reservoir et les accelerations sont franche sans avoir touché au reglage usine sauf d'ouvrir de 3/4 de tour la vis L pour une meilleur arrivé d'essence.reglé l'avance a environ 28 et 30 degrés et c'est parfais, super rapport qualité/prix malgré les 28 euros de douane ça reste relativement correct et en plus ce moteur est beau,belle finition...mon yak 54 va monter aux arbres...ça promet...je recommande..merci HB..I have this engine on a 74" Yak 54. It runs great. The first starts are tough. I did wet the pump but I like to use starting fluid in the carb inlet. This gives it a chance to get hot as well and then doesn't take so long to get started. I used an electric starter, an old one from the 70's that I have a 4000ma 3cell lipo on. That made it an easy first start. Very very easy to wash out the original oil that seals the piston to cylinder, then there's no compression. So use a starter on a spinner. I used a ZOAR 18x8 prop and at 3500' field elevation, then engine runs really strong. I will buy another one. Also I has a REAL Tillison carb on it. This engine is far the equivlant of any other 32cc sized engines. Also read a post in RCG, DLA/DLE/Turnigy are all coming from the same plant. This one is without any doubt a very nice engine.Very good engine I found it to be very reliable and powerful good pick up swings a 19x8 prop if you buy this engine you wont be disappointed.
Great first engine for someone new to Gassers. Works best if you can remove the diaphragm from carb and wet first with fuel and reinstall, this gets the carb pumping fuel.
Had an issue with my reed cage being cracked which caused a massive air leak and couldn't start engine! I epoxied and fibreglassed the outside of the reed cage and fixed this no problem. Engine runs great!Very good engine. Bought two of them. The first one is installed in Corvus 30 cc. and pull it very well. Vertical unlimited.
With Pitts muffler, prop X Roar C.F. 18x8: 7.700 RPM and thrust 18,6 lb.Weight complet with ignition and muffler 1260 g. Price very convenient. Same performance of DLE 30 cc. but much cheaper.
Second one installed in Davi Patrick Ultimate but did not fly yet.Szybka wysy?ka. Dobra jako?? wykonania. Silnik z du?? moc?. Wart ka?dej z?ot?wki.Very happy with this engine started first time carb needed a little adjusting which should be expected Five flights so far getting better and better each time pullingl my acro wot xl around in the air very nicely now .Its a Dla 32 really just a lot cheaper my only thing I don't like are the prop bolts a bit soft they will be replaced soon.I have also fitted a alloy throttle arm.Dont let the price put you of this is a very good engine.5 starsStarted, by hand. Runs quite well so far. Quality ok. A bit shaky, while not broken in.
My new TR32. I filled up the gas-tube and spilled some drops of fuel into the combustion chamber, before installing the spark plug. I turned the prop several times with choke on. Ignition on and after half a dozen of turns the motor started by hand. L 1/4-2, H 1 3/4 open. Prop 19x8.Fantastic engine for the money..... I did have start & run issues at the beginning, BUT, I changed the module & WOW...... 1 flip starts, plenty of power using a Turnigy 18X8 prop & 40:1 oil mixed regular gas. The included muffler IS noisy but the optional PITTS Muffler certainly improves exhaust noise. I am flying a Kangke Superkraft WACO UPF7 & all I can say is.... What a combo.
I am ordering another one for another project.GOOD ENGINE, A little hard to start, but I found , The timming was a little advanced from the factroy and the carb was set a little lean on both high and low jets. I ALSO HAD ALOT OF OIL MIXED 30:1 CASTER BEAN OIL A LITTLE MOTULE SYNTHETIC TO GET A final ratio of 28:1, By the end of the tank, it was easy to start (electric starter), I had good throttel response, 1870 rpm idel with 8000 rpm max on a heavy 18-8 master airoscrew prop.
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