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Holy Cow! That was fast!

Post  batjac on Sat Jul 13, 2013 2:42 pm

Well, seeing the previous topic on the A.C. Gilbert .11 engine, I looked around a bit to see other comments about them. And, being the weak willed individual that I am, I went and ordered two of them from the online seller along with 4 glow plugs on Wednesday night. I just came back from the mailbox and there they were! Two days to my door! I am impressed. Also, he threw in an extra three glow plugs as a bonus. Unless one of these turns out to be a dog, which I have no reason to believe, I'm extremely happy with the service from the seller, Steven Brown. The engines are incredibly clean and have excellent compression. Now I just have to decide on planes to build for them.
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Re: Holy Cow! That was fast!

Post  sdjjadk on Tue Jul 16, 2013 5:18 pm

Cool. I've been curious about those engines. Any plans to make a bench run video?

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gilbert .11

Post  bullit132 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 8:39 am

you will love your new gilberts,after break in,they start everytime,ive got four of them,just dont know what plane to build that will work with a gilbert .11,the dual exhaust is kind of cool too Thumbs Up
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Re: Holy Cow! That was fast!

Post  roddie on Sun Sep 01, 2013 2:10 pm

batjac wrote:Well, seeing the previous topic on the A.C. Gilbert .11 engine, I looked around a bit to see other comments about them.  And, being the weak willed individual that I am, I went and ordered two of them from the online seller along with 4 glow plugs on Wednesday night.  I just came back from the mailbox and there they were! Two days to my door!  I am impressed.  Also, he threw in an extra three glow plugs as a bonus.  Unless one of these turns out to be a dog, which I have no reason to believe, I'm extremely happy with the service from the seller, Steven Brown.  The engines are incredibly clean and have excellent compression.  Now I just have to decide on planes to build for them.
Here's a couple good candidates...

http://brodak.com/jr-ringmaster-kit.html

http://brodak.com/sig-shoestring.html

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Models for the Gilbert

Post  Oldenginerod on Fri Nov 08, 2013 3:35 am

A similar looking model to the SIG Shoestring is the Phantom, currently sold by Blackhawk models. It's even shown on the Blackhawk website with a Gilbert installed. The engine suits the model very well, visually at least.
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Re: Holy Cow! That was fast!

Post  ekitten2 on Tue Nov 19, 2013 2:06 am

i have plans for several versions of KK phantoms if that is the one your refering to?
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