Tired of all those electric planes infesting your local club?
This high-rpm huge power glow engine can swing a 11x6 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 61 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 rodSpec.
Suggested prop: 11*6
RPM: 2,000 ~ 18,000
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Very good motor. I was advised to buy a Japanese motor but thought I would try these a try as the cost of the Japanese versions was getting stupid. I fly in Australia, so at just over $85AU what could I loose? I ran in with one tank and did the rest flying.... Very good and reliable engine. I also have a 90 which is also awesome. The Japanese, expensive motors will no longer appear in my hangar!!! ASP is less expensive and are as reliable and powerful as the un-named Japanese versions. Give them a go, I know you won't be disappointed......!!!!!Great engine, fitted to Tiger 60, 70" span sport aerobat. Loads of pull for aerobatics in this 7lb plane, Use 10pcnt nitro fuel and 12x6 prop.un super motore,miscela al 10 di nitro e via come una scheggiaThese ASP engines are a smoking good deal! I ran break-in on 25pcnt nitro and after about one liter of fuel it was really screaming. I'm flying in the Rocky Mountains at 4,400 feet ASL and the thin air is tough on engines. But this Asp 61 turns 12x8 at 12K,and the APC 13x6 and 14X4 at about 11K. With a 300cc tank it will fly insane acrobatics for about 12 to 13 minutes. The weight compared to electric systems is much less and the flight times are more than double. It is not excessively loud with the standard muffler and throttle response is as good as the electrics. It's much better for 3D work than any four-stroke and it always starts on the first flip. electric starter is not needed. These old tech 2-stroke ABC 10cc engines are legendary, I can see why. Vibration is much less than I expected and about 100 dB less than the 4-strokes. Buy some of these while they are dirt cheap. This 61 ABC is NEW for less than what you can pay for a used engine on eBay. This is one of HobbyKings best market offers.Have one of these in a 84" scratch built Stick. HK #3 plug , 6 nitro, Master S-2 13x6 prop
Runs well after approx. 60 mins running, still on rich side. Don't know about running on the smaller recommended props, swings the 13" with ease. Best motor for price I've ever owned.funzionamento regolare, ottima erogazioneBeen running 3 of these 61s in various air frames for 3 years, best value for money, always start easy even after long storage, runs a 13x6 prop in a 60 size Boomerang with ease, also have os 61, the power is comparable in both, little diffrence, 10pcnt nitro, 18pcnt oil, highly recommend.I bought one of these .61 engines for my 60 Big Stik. as my Tower Hobbies engine blew a piston. I could not get parts for the tower right away, so I ordered the ASP to replace it. I have flew the plane with the new motor, and I am pleased with it. Looks like it will need to run in a little, does not seem to be as hot as the tower was. Time will tell. Other then that looks like it will be a good motor.Buen motor y robusto, pese a su cilindrada consume menos que un OS y tiene mas potenciadennis of s.s.m.e Sydney. the ASP 61 2 stroke is very reliable and powerful .I did bench run it to get it running correctly .I have fitted this engine into (a beefed up/recovered with oracover) Phoenix Scanner.I rev it flat out every flight and just keeps on going with any hitches .I have a few of these engines and swear by them.I bought a ASP 09 Wasp 10 years ago . I have it fitted into my Herr engineering Piper Cherokee It has been an excellent engine with many hours of use.One thing ASP engines tend not to do at all is cut out. They represent value for money with hassle free reliabilty and durability