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NEW RCGF 20cc SE -Stinger

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Latest Design & Strong Power !Starting ease !
Glow size:economy and powerful
NEW ENGINE ,NEW Design,More powerful,Stronger material , More precision , More shining .The NEW 20cc SE is the latest design engine.
It includes a beam mount to make the glow-to-gasoline upgrade drop-in fast and easy. A rear pumper carb simplifies installation and adjustment.

RCGF 20cc SE-Stinger
Type : 2 cycle piston valve type gasoline engine for airplane
Piston displacement Cylinder (cc) : 20cc (1.22 cu in)
Bore x Stroke (mm): 1.3 in(32mm) x 9.5 in (24mm)
Carburetor : Walbro
Ignition : DC-CDI (Computer Controlled auto advance, electronic ignition system)
Power supply: 6-14V (Rcexl)
Maximum Output :2.8HP /2.1KW
Requires: Gasoline, 2-cycle oil, ignition battery & propeller
speed rang : 1500-10500rpm
Gasoline-Version : Pre-mixed Fuel, 25-40 (Gasoline):1 , Recommend:30:1
(90% high otcane unleaded gasoline, Import gas into carbon fiber installations valves)
Lubrication Oil : 2 cycle engine oil
Propeller : 16X6 8900;16X8 7900rpm (Standard Two leafs prop)
Suggested Propellers: 14x10, 15x8, 16x6, 16x8, 17x6
Sparking plug: M8(1/4-32)
Cooling System : Air Cooled
RCGF engine package Includes: RCEXL electronic CDI ignition, muffler, spark plug, gaskets, bolts, throttle arm extension & manual.
Weight :
Engine: 1.44 lb (614 g)
Muffler: 2.1 oz (59 g)
Ignition Module: 4.4 oz (125 g)
Total: Weight: 1.76 lb (798 g)
Technical Data:
Ignition Battery: 6-8.4 NiCd or NiMH, 6.6V LiFe or 2S LiPo pack
Gasoline/Oil Mix: 30:1
Replacement Spark Plug: M8 1/4-32 or equivalent
Idle Speed: 1800 rpm/min
Static Thrust:
14.2 lb (6.4 kg) @ 328 ft (100 m) altitude
12.8 lb (5.8 kg) @ 5,900 ft (1800 m) altitude

4 reviews for NEW RCGF 20cc SE -Stinger

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  1. John D. (verified owner)

  2. Gary (verified owner)

    Too cold to try it but it looks like the the other one bought last year

  3. Curtis G. (verified owner)

    plenty of power for 20cc runs smooth love it.

  4. Jay Weimer

    Looks like a pretty clean engine. I found a few minor finish items I had and ave to work around. The muffler flange was welded a bit sloppy which interferes with the flat washer install ahead of the lock washer and bolt. I had to ream it out with a lard screw driver to make it work. One engine mount bolt hole is so close to the crank case it needed to be drilled out some. Minor in the scheme of things.
    The carb controls are awfully close to everything makes for a bit of a challange to make the linkages work smooth.
    Not sure why but I have a dual output ignition for two plugs on a single plug engine???? Maybe a packing error??

    I have yet to get it running and will update when I do so.

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