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Re: How to breake in a RC flyer engine

Post  gcb on Thu May 11, 2017 10:37 am

R4min wrote:Nice Surfer kris, i have been looking at YouTube and searched for "breaking in ABC engine" and found some videos about that, how ever it did not helped me understand the different between two and four stroking, now that you explained it, it is cleare, thank you for the video Very Happy
 

A few points... two and four stroking is not the same as two and four cycling. Four cycling is done on a two cycle engine by running it rich enough that it misses firing on some cycles...but you got the point. Smile

The BigMig Revlite in that video is not an ABC engine. Revlite is a high-silicon aluminum piston running in an aluminum cylinder that has been hard-anodized with aluminum oxide.

The pre-Revlite BigMig cylinders were chrome plated but the cylinders were not brass.

There are just so many combinations it's hard to keep track. Forgive me if I sound like a smart-ass but I'm trying to help you catch up with many years of technology in a short period of time.

George
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Post  R4min on Fri May 12, 2017 1:39 pm

It's good to know George, one should never say no to information Smile
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Re: How to breake in a RC flyer engine

Post  Cox International on Sat May 13, 2017 1:48 pm

Here is a link to our page containing engine operating guides; which will also have break-in instructions:

https://coxengines.ca/engine-and-fuel-guides.html

We used to make an RC Flyer https://coxengines.ca/product.php?productid=323

but have discontinued the engine in favour of this one https://coxengines.ca/cox-.049-rc-cruiser-engine.html

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