Toyan DIY 4 Stroke Methanol RC Engine
| Type:Nitro Engine
|| Specific Use:RC car engine/DIY
|| General Use:model demonstration/teaching
| Material:All Metal
|| Style:Air Cooling
| Size:100.5 x 85.4 x 86.5mm
|| Place of Origin:SHENZHEN, China (Mainland)
|| Brand Name:TOYAN
| Model Number:FS-S100AC
| packing size:18 x 18 x 18cm
Toyan Engine FS-S100AC DIY 4 Stroke RC Engine Kit - Build Your Own RC Engine
Toyan Engine FS-S100AC is a diy 4 stroke RC engine build kit . You have to build it before running it, which increase the fun and you can learn its whole structure and construction. It is interesting and full of experience. Deserve to have one for collection or project. The assembly tools were included inside the package, convenient for assembly.
1, Real RC Engine Building Kit : Toyan FS-S100AC is consisting of 130 pcs, the whole assembly process take around 3.5 hours. While assembly, you will understand the RC Engine working structure. Challenge yourself and prove yourself, build confident in between.
2, Powerful Performance: After assembly, it can work with strong power. While it starts, the rotate speed can up to 13500 RPM / Mins.
3, Fuel: the fuel is consisting of : 20% castor oil, nitro-methane 5-30%, and the rest is methanol. 20-25% methanol content can be used as fuel. No need 100% pure methanol. Or you can buy the Methanol RC model directly from your local store.
4, Priority Gift Option for Many Applications: The four-stroke engine can used on 1:10, 1:12, 1:14 scale car model or ship model and other equipment. Also, it can be used for classroom display as teaching Aids. Besides, it is Gift for engine lovers.
Item Name: Toyan Engine FS-S100AC
Material: Metal + Plastic
Engine Dimensions: 100.5 x 85.4 x 86.5mm
Cylinder Bore: 17.0mm
Piston Diameter: 16.6mm
Output Power: 0.5ps Horsepower
Product Weight: 800g
Package Dimensions: 18 x 18 x 18cm
Package Weight: 1000g
Packing: Graphic Carton
1x Toyan Engine FS-S100AC (130pcs)
1x Paper English User Manual
1x Package Box
Using methanol as fuel. As the piston moves back and forth in the cylinder, the process of moving from one end of the cylinder to the other is called a stroke. Four-stroke engines are divided into suction stroke, compression stroke, power stroke and exhaust stroke