A four-stroke cycle engine is an internal combustion engine that utilizes four distinct piston strokes intake, compression, power, and exhaust to complete one operating cycle. The piston make two complete passes in the cylinder to complete one operating cycle.
A model engine is a small internal combustion engine typically used to power a radio-controlled aircraft, radio-controlled car, etc. A nitro engine generally refers to an engine powered with a fuel that contains some portion (usually between 10% and 40%) of nitromethane mixed with methanol.
Small size and large horsepower: Weighing 1150g, need 7.4V or 11.1V battery start, the battery needs to be T-plug, the female head is on the engine end, and the electric rotor is needed.
Four Stroke Methanol Engine uses a cycle of four strokes and Methanol as the fuel. Each cycle includes 2 rotations of the crankshaft and four strokes.For Age: 14 years old or older.
- Engine Dimensions: 113.37 x 97.54 x 100.9mm
- .Cylinder Diameter: 17mm
- .Piston Diameter: 16.6mm
- .Displacement: 3.5cc x 4
- .Output Power: 3.2zzps horsepower
- .Speed: 2500-9600rpm