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)
Have several of these and am very pleased with their performance. Latest one (new) installed on 74" WS Corvus w/ Turnigy 3D 20-8 prop. Started quickly using elec. starter and ran smoothly with no adjustments. 30-1 mixture using Klotz oil. About 4 flights now, still running smooth with no idle problems but low end seems on rich side so leaned just a click. Two more flights and it's better but still rich. Going to leave it as is for a while to break-in some more. Lots of power.A word to the wise, take carb off so you have access to the rear of crankcase, and then take non-chlorinated brake cleaner, and heavily flush engine via thru plug hole, exhaust port, and via back of crankcase as best you can. It will reveal many tiny metal flakes from within the engine. To ensure a more complete flushing, you could break engine down to reveal more.....I chose not to, in hopes I got them all. My first clue to do this was finding a metal "shaving" in the exhaust port up next to the piston. Be sure to relube after allowing cleaner to evaporate.I just received this engine in the mail. As this is my first gas engine I am totally unfamiliar with their setup and operation. There was no manual in the box. The printing on the box clearly states be sure to read the manual before operation but it came with no manual. Being familiar with engines I put everything together to see how they all fit but the bolts for the muffler which did fit into the holes in the cylinder would not fit through the opening provided for them in the muffler. I had to use a dremel to grind them down slightly so they would fit in the opening. Now the muffler bolts onto the engine. I will try to find and download and manual and there are club members where I fly who have volunteered to help me with the setup. I will update my post once I have a better idea how it runs.I am very pleased with this engine. Performs very well. I just want to relate something info that might be helpful. If the electronic sensor pulls out and if you stick it back in and if it is upside down the engine will not run. If that happens just flip it the other way. Also I used red lock on the inner bolts attaching the engine mounts. Yes it is permanent but at least it does not come loose. This is one strong engine. Also don't accidently get blue lock in the throttle shaft.I'm very pleased with this engine(s). (I have three now) Easy starting with plenty of power. Quite tight early on but with each flight you can see it getting better and better. Very steady output using an 18-8 prop on my new H9 Ultra Stick. I have so many engines in various stages of break-in that I just use one oil mix of 30:1. Looks as good after many flights as in picture with machined and polished finish, particularly where engine exposed such as on a Stik. I'll buy more and the price is right.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.
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