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15cc Aerovate Gas Engine from KMP

15cc Aerovate Gas Engine  from KMP

 

Aerovate 15cc Gas Engine

This engine is the perfect size for any .90 or .91 size RC aircraft. It is compact, and features a precision CNC-machined crankcase! This is just the gas engine for many lighter, airplanes where a more economical engine (with a smaller fuel tank) would be an improvement. Lots of quality features make this one a keeper!

Engine Features:

·Electronic Ignition Module

·High power-to-weight ratio

·Muffler

·Engine mount standoffs

·Spark plug

·Bolts

·Tools

Price: $229.95

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Iridium CM-6 Spark Plug

To go with the Aerovate 15cc engine the new Iridium spark plug is also available from KMP. Here are the Iridium plug  specifications: Designed specifically for the performance enthusiast. Iridium Plugs offer extreme ignitability, improved throttle response and superior anti fouling. Fine Iridium tip ensures high durability and a consistently stable spark. Iridium alloy has extremely high melting point, perfect for today’s high-tech, high-performance engines. Outstanding acceleration, high fuel efficiency and durability. Ultimate design, technology and performance.

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Engine:                              Aerovate

Type:                                  2-stroke Gasoline

Displacement: 15cc

Bore x Stroke:28mm x 26mm

Carburetor:Walbro

Ignition:RCEXL Electronic System

Power supply:4.8-6V

Weight (total):29.1 ounces

Weight (engine): 22.4 ounces

Max. Output:2.1hp

Speed range:1,500 – 9,800rpm

Gas/Oil Mix:
90 octane gas/25 – 40:1

Propellers:15×6 (7,800 rpm), 13×6 (10,000 rpm)

Full accessory package includes: Muffler, engine stand-offs, spark plug, bolts, tools, electronic ignition

www.kmp.ca

Updated: July 20, 2015 — 2:39 PM

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  1. I am thinking of purchasing a gas engine, for my 1/4 scale cub.
    But wish to know how they are made inside? ( bearing or bushing etc.

  2. They sound like a pretty good engine

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