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Post  nitroairplane on Tue Oct 04, 2011 1:56 pm

here is the video of my latest engine.

with a silencer.
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do you like it?
should i fly it
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Post  SuperDave on Tue Oct 04, 2011 2:29 pm

nitroairplane wrote:here is the video of my latest engine.

with a silencer.


do you like it?
should i fly it

Yes, because I have experience flying the smaller G-marks when in Japan; in fact I have NIB G-mark .061 w/muffler RC that I received as a gift while I was there in '84-'85.

If you can find a proper plane for it, why not fly it?
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Post  nitroairplane on Tue Oct 04, 2011 3:02 pm

SuperDave wrote:
nitroairplane wrote:here is the video of my latest engine.

with a silencer.


do you like it?
should i fly it

Yes, because I have experience flying the smaller G-marks when in Japan; in fact I have NIB G-mark .061 w/muffler RC that I received as a gift while I was there in '84-'85.

If you can find a proper plane for it, why not fly it?

So many projects not enough glow heads Smile
I know loads of planes I could put it on anyone know where I could get a throttle carb for it?
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Post  SuperDave on Tue Oct 04, 2011 4:09 pm

No I don't but you might try G-mark souces in Japan where G-mark's are made. Where did you obtain your engine?

My .061 G-mark RC as an air intake restricter rather than an actual carb. I've yet to see a small model arplane engine with a carburetor, have you?
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Post  nitroairplane on Tue Oct 04, 2011 4:44 pm

SuperDave wrote:No I don't but you might try G-mark souces in Japan where G-mark's are made. Where did you obtain your engine?

My .061 G-mark RC as an air intake restricter rather than an actual carb. I've yet to see a small model arplane engine with a carburetor, have you?

Ah the whole carb thing again.
Well by definition a carb is any part where the air and fuel are mixed so most engines have a form of carb.
You are talking about a butterfly valve carb.
Where the actual mixture is regulated not just air flow.
No i have never seen an engine smaller than 10cc with. Butterfly valve or any othe type of mixture regulating carb.
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Post  SuperDave on Tue Oct 04, 2011 5:11 pm

"You are talking about a butterfly valve carb." - nitro

(in what sense is it a "butterfly valve"?) Not very descriptive, IMO.

Or more appropriately called a veriable venturi (arrangement) rather than a carburetor.
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Post  nitroairplane on Tue Oct 04, 2011 5:43 pm

SuperDave wrote:"You are talking about a butterfly valve carb." - nitro

(in what sense is it a "butterfly valve"?) Not very descriptive, IMO.

Or more appropriately called a veriable venturi (arrangement) rather than a carburetor.

When I did an apprentiship as a car mechanic it was called a butterfly valve but remember that was in England over 30 years ago.
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Post  SuperDave on Tue Oct 04, 2011 6:30 pm

In a country that calls a hood a "bonnet", a trunk a "boot", a muffler a "silencer" and even further drives on the left side of the road, I suppose I'll have to forgive you.

lol!
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Post  Kim on Tue Oct 04, 2011 7:33 pm


"So many projects not enough glow heads.
I know loads of planes I could put it on anyone know where I could get a throttle carb for it?"

Might be a lot of fun to fly it on an appropriate-size plane with measured fuel and no throttle...and maybe a "pinch wire" to kill the engine on command. We had set-ups like that on Cox/Sanwa "Q-Tees" we flew back in the 80's.
Also, I completely understand the "too many projects" dilemma !!!!!!!!!!!!
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Post  nitroairplane on Wed Oct 05, 2011 1:56 am

[quote="Kim"]
"So many projects not enough glow heads.
I know loads of planes I could put it on anyone know where I could get a throttle carb for it?"

Might be a lot of fun to fly it on an appropriate-size plane with measured fuel and no throttle...and maybe a "pinch wire" to kill the engine on command. We had set-ups like that on Cox/Sanwa "Q-Tees" we flew back in the 80's.
Also, I completely understand the "too many projects" dilemma !!!!!!!!!!!![/quote

I just prefer to have a throttle on them because i like slowing right down and cruising the tree line on summer afternoons.
I could put it on a cub.
A guy an RCG said he could hook me up with glow heads or a .020 head conversion that ups performance by 1,000 rpm.

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