The Thunder Tiger Redline 56H Engine is here

Jul 27, 2011 No Comments by

High performance and extreme power are the main features of the Thunder Tiger Redline series of engines. The Redline 53H helicopter engine was the first engine in this series, and has now been superseded by the new RL-56H with increased displacement and awesome power, making the Redline 53H/56H the best nitro power plant choice for your .50 size helicopter.

Features include a two needle carburetor with push-pull control, using 2 mounting bolts for easy alignment and installation. A thermal insulator pad between the carburetor and crankcase also enhances smooth running without being effected by the heat of the engine. The red anodized cylinder head not only looks good, but also enhances heat transfer from the engine, while a ringed piston with XC2 cylinder plating also improves performance and extends the life of the engine.

Paul Tradelius

About the author

A regular contributor to Model Airplane News, he is also the columnist for our “Rotor Speed” helicopter column. Paul has been flying RC helicopters since the early ‘80s and now enjoys all types of rotary machines, including scale and aerobatics, and he continues to experiment with modifications to improve performance.
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