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2018 NGH GT9 Pro 9cc 2 Stroke Gas Engine w/ NGH Auto Ignition System

2018 NGH GT9 Pro 9cc 2 Stroke Gas Engine w/ NGH Auto Ignition System

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SKU:
406000063-0
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NGH have become reknown for building quality model gas engines that offer lightweight, power and reliability at a very affordable price. They are manuafactured and designed from scratch for model aircraft, they are not modified chainsaw or similar types of engines that have been about in the past, they are purpose made.


The GT9 Pro is the second generation of this popular engine, it has been re-designed to give even more power and has a completely new NGH 20G Pro twin needle carb to give good reliable running and throttle response plus easy starting. The internal diaphragm pump of the carb is driven by crankcase pressure taken from the side of the cylinder to give relable fuel flow to the carb whatever the attitude of the aircraft and regardless of the tank position. The ignition system is the new NGH automatic advancing angle system that is manufactured for them by Rcexl who have been manufacturing ignition systems for many years.


The GT9 Pro still retains features such as a sand cast crankcase with NGH logo and ballraced crankshaft, the cylinder head and prop driver are now in classic silver (as opposed to the earlier blue anodised ones) which gives it a new very smart, durable look. Choose an NGH GT9 Pro for your next project and you will not be disappointed.


Features:
• Lightweight and powerful
• NGH advanced ignition system
• Improved twin needle carburetor
• Internal diaphragm fuel pump
• Sand cast crankcase
• Silver head and prop driver


Specs:
Type: 2 stroke air cooled single cylinder gas engine
Piston Displacement: 9cc
Bore: 23.3mm
Stroke: 21mm
Max Output: 1.2HP/13000rpm
RPM Range: 1800~13500rpm
Carburetor: NGH 20G Pro
Ignition System: NGH automatic advancing angle ignition (manufactured by Rcexl)
Ignition Power: 4.8~8.4V DC (min 1000mAH)
Spark Plug: 1/4 x 32 Rcexl
Fuel: Unleaded gasoline
Fuel/Oil Mixing Ratio: 20:1
Recommended Propellors: 11 x 6, 11 x 7, 12 x 6 2 blade
Weight: 535g with ignition and muffler


Dimensions:
Length (backplate to prop driver): 90.7mm
Overall Length: 116.7mm
Height (bottom of mounting lug to top of spark plug): 87.1mm
Overall Height: 105.35mm
Width of Mounting Lugs: 52mm
Mounting Hole Centers (width): 44mm
Mounting Hole Centers (length): 18mm
Overall Height: 101.95mm
Overall Width (inc muffler): 93mm
Crankshaft Thread: 1/4-28 UNF


Included:
1 x NGH GT9 Pro gas engine
1 x Muffler
1 x NGH ignition system
1 x Spark plug
1 x Instruction manual


Please note: A copy of the Instruction Manual and Installation Manual is available under the "Files" tab.

  • SKU 406000063-0
  • Brand NGH
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 948.0000
  • Packaging Length 250.00
  • Packaging Width 115.00
  • Packaging Height 145.00
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Installed this engine on a Grt. Planes EZ Sport with an 11-8 wood prop. Took some ingenuity getting it all in this relatively small fuselage but other than looking like an explosion in a colored spaghetti factory inside, it was do-able. Ignition box being about half the size of the others helps a lot. Start up the first time was a process. Using a electric starter finally got enough fuel in the carb for it to start working. From then on, one flip and it's running. Had to spend some time on the carb settings, too rich on the low end and too lean on the high end. That done it started and ran flawlessly for the first three flights so far. I think I've over propped it and going to try a 11-6. The take-off roll and initial climb was rather leisurely, but once up and going it's really got its second wind and burns around the pattern with authority. Very low vibration, but I do suggest you be sure to foam cushion the fuel tank well as it's prone to producing foamy fuel otherwise. I'd buy another one without any hesitation and the price is certainly a bargain.

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Installed this engine on a Grt. Planes EZ Sport with an 11-8 wood prop. Took some ingenuity getting it all in this relatively small fuselage but other than looking like an explosion in a colored spaghetti factory inside, it was do-able. Ignition box being about half the size of the others helps a lot. Start up the first time was a process. Using a electric starter finally got enough fuel in the carb for it to start working. From then on, one flip and it's running. Had to spend some time on the carb settings, too rich on the low end and too lean on the high end. That done it started and ran flawlessly for the first three flights so far. I think I've over propped it and going to try a 11-6. The take-off roll and initial climb was rather leisurely, but once up and going it's really got its second wind and burns around the pattern with authority. Very low vibration, but I do suggest you be sure to foam cushion the fuel tank well as it's prone to producing foamy fuel otherwise. I'd buy another one without any hesitation and the price is certainly a bargain.

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