The new Evolution® 62GX is a potent 62cc gas engine that’s ideal for your 50–60cc size project. Precision made with high-quality materials, its finished appearance is a tribute to the long-lasting use you can expect. The rear carburetor mount design means the slim 62GX will fit into more spaces such as a narrow warbird cowl. The muffler mounting points are spaced to fit a wide variety of headers and silencers so you can easily find what suits your model best. The ignition system allows you to choose from a variety of power options such as a lightweight 2S Li-Po battery. The four-bolt propeller mounting pattern matches other popular engines to make propeller changes simple. No matter what type of airplane project you have, the 62GX is the easy choice for big gas power.Evolution 62GX 62cc Single Cylinder Petrol Engine Features:
Evolution 62GX 62cc Single Cylinder Petrol Engine Specfications:
- Tremendous power to weight ratio
- Purpose-built for ease of use and reliability
- Common pattern mounting and muffler size
- Genuine Walbro® carburetor
- Custom velocity stack for improved power output
- Dual ball-bearing cantilevered crankshaft
- Common propeller bolt pattern
- CM6 spark plug provides reliability and small footprint
- Lightweight, 2S Li-Po-compatible ignition
- Swings up to a 24-inch, two-blade propeller
: Falcon 23×9, 7200RPM
: 1.80 in (46.0mm)
: Four M5 propeller bolts on 30mm diameter center
: Nikasil plated, ringed piston
: 3.8 cu in (62cc)
Engine (Only) Weight:
: 52.3 oz (1483 g)
: 4.3 oz (122g)
: 8.2 oz (233g) (not included)
Oil Type & Content:
: Synthetic, 32:1 ratio
: 87+ octane gasoline
: 1.50 in (37.0mm)
: 56.6 oz (1602g) with Ignition
: 2-stroke Airplane
- Brand: Evolution Engines
- Part No: EVOE62GX
- Format: Petrol
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