A stunning engine with solid performance and reliability?the 7-cylinder 160cc 4-stroke gas radial engine is designed for larger models, specifically scale applications where the use of a radial engine in a round cowl will provide the ultimate scale look for the modeler’s plane. While providing great looks and sound, it also delivers the dependability and performance of Evolution. Evolution Radial 4 Stroke Petrol Engine - 160cc 7 cylinder Features:
Evolution Radial 4 Stroke Petrol Engine - 160cc 7 cylinder Specfications:
- 7-cylinder radial configuration?absolutely stunning looks and realism
- Midsize 160cc displacement—perfect for 90–110" wingspan scale subjects
- Comes complete with exhaust collector ring and electronic ignition assembly—one-box purchase for a ready-to-mount-and-run engine
- User-friendly choke and throttle bellcranks included—makes installation and operation easy
- Made from aluminum or bar stock where appropriate and CNC-machined—accurate and repeatable specifications each and every time
- Cylinder head and crankcases produced from aircraft grade alloys
- Heavy-duty double bearing crankshaft
- Billet aluminum pistons and hardened steel rings
- Hard-chromed and lapped cylinder bores
- Hardened steel cams
- Burns 87?91 octane gasoline with 32:1 gas/oil mixture
: 1.19 in (30.2mm),1.19 in (30.2mm)
: 10 x 1 mm,10 x 1 mm
: 9.80 cu. in. (160.00 cc),9.80 cu. in. (160.00 cc)
: 11.4 in (29 cm),11.4 in (29 cm)
: 10.6 hp,10.6 hp
: Collector Ring (included)
: 2-blade: 27 x 10 - 28 x 12; 3-blade: 26 x 12
: 1,100â6,000 rpm
: 87â91 octane gasoline with 32:1 gas/oil mixture
: 1.26 in (32mm),1.26 in (32mm)
: 10.6 lb (4.8 kg),10.6 lb (4.8 kg)
- Brand: Evolution Engines
- Part No: EVOE7160
• Multi Cylinder
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