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Anyone know what this is

Started by NickK, December 09, 2018, 10:23:17 am

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NickK

Hello all
recently acquired this but appears to have no marking regarding manufacturer etc

Just wondering what it is  :af

and yes I know its a petrol engine  ::) :)
Who says ventriloquism is Gollocks

PDR

It's a single cylinder two-stroke, air-cooled, spark ignition engine.

Can I have a sport & leisure question next, please...?

:)

PDR
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NickK

No prob

who won the british Superbikes championship this year

:P
Who says ventriloquism is Gollocks


NickK

Who says ventriloquism is Gollocks

PDR

Quote from: NickK on December 09, 2018, 10:41:21 am
No prob

who won the british Superbikes championship this year



Some biker who lacked the skills to hack it in F1...

:ev

PDR
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NickK

lol  ::)

so whats the terminal velocity of an unladen swallow (african not european)

:)
Who says ventriloquism is Gollocks

PDR

With or without coconut shells?

PDR
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paulinfrance

I have had one for around 3 years and 60 litres of petrol later it still runs well, however, it does vibrate a lot and the crankcase lugs break off with it's vibrations,
I couldn't find a 1/2 crankcase for it so a couple of days and a bit of filing did the job, it's now in a P 47,,,
The HK ignition units du have a habit of upsetting the radio signal after a while, giving "exciting' flying  ^-^ I have changed them for the rcexl units,,

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3021258-Rcgf-15cc-broken-mounting-lugs-crankcase-change
Mode 2 THE only way to fly

itsme

Quote from: paulinfrance on December 09, 2018, 14:19:08 pm
I have had one for around 3 years and 60 litres of petrol later it still runs well, however, it does vibrate a lot and the crankcase lugs break off with it's vibrations,
I couldn't find a 1/2 crankcase for it so a couple of days and a bit of filing did the job, it's now in a P 47,,,
The HK ignition units du have a habit of upsetting the radio signal after a while, giving "exciting' flying  ^-^ I have changed them for the rcexl units,,

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3021258-Rcgf-15cc-broken-mounting-lugs-crankcase-change
sounds like a fine engine....chuck it and get a DLE or Z20

Chippie

Quote from: NickK on December 09, 2018, 10:41:21 am
No prob

who won the british Superbikes championship this year

:P


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paulinfrance

December 09, 2018, 17:22:59 pm #11 Last Edit: December 10, 2018, 07:43:06 am by paulinfrance
Quote from: itsme on December 09, 2018, 14:54:26 pm
sounds like a fine engine....chuck it and get a DLE or Z20


My first petrol bought NIB was the rcfg 15cc for 80€ ! my second was a dle 20 200€ and a Rcgf 20 for 109€ all bought new, DON'T buy the Rcgf 20cc it will vibrate till your servos and plane falls to pieces,,  :banghead:
Mode 2 THE only way to fly

PDR

Alternatively you could by the RCGF, spend an hour or two balancing it and the spend the saved €90 on a northern call girl (I'm told you'd get change from the 7-day season ticket in high season).

PDR
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paulinfrance

Quote from: PDR on December 09, 2018, 18:43:38 pm
Alternatively you could by the RCGF, spend an hour or two balancing it and the spend the saved €90 on a northern call girl (I'm told you'd get change from the 7-day season ticket in high season).

PDR


Lol, yes I did try to balance the 15 and 20cc rcgf engines, they don't vibrate so much now but nowhere near as good as the Dle,,
if you want to look up in French   ( and a friends Rcgfb 20cc ) have a look here,,
https://www.modelisme.com/forum/aero-thermique/206975-rcgf-rcgb-20cc.html

2 rcgf engines bought at HK in may this year,, 109€ each post free,,
Mode 2 THE only way to fly

PDR

Well a *small* amount of vibration isn't inherently a bad thing as it will generally result in the call girls offering further discounts.

PDR
There are no shortcuts on the long, hard road to success. But if your dad's rich there could a limo service...

itsme

Quote from: PDR on December 10, 2018, 09:39:45 am
Well a *small* amount of vibration isn't inherently a bad thing as it will generally result in the call girls offering further discounts.

PDR
I bow to your superior knowledge of 'Ladies of the Night'.

PDR

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