I set up and test run this miniature Harley-Davidson panhead engine, I handmade a custom set of tuned exhaust headers, I design them a certain way to see if I could get that very well known Harley-Davidson engine sound. And to my surprise it came out absolutely amazing.This thing sounds so similar to a real engine just scaled down.This is a nearly exact scale replica of a Harley Davidson panhead engine it is very very impressive.
The engine in this video is a CISON FG-VT9 9cc V-twin V2 Engine Four-stroke Air-cooled Motorcycle RC Gasoline Engine.Designed with OHV (overhead valve) bottom camshaft top rod air distribution structure, two cylinder cylinders are at a 45° angle, each cylinder has two valves.
The rocker arm and the connecting rod cooperate more smoothly, and the independent intake and exhaust design to ensure more accurate switch.The body is manufactured with aluminum CNC precision processing, and the two copper exhaust elbows are more distinctive.
The crankshaft runs smoothly with large-area heat sink featuring ideal air-cooling effect, ensuring prolonged yet stable performance. The sensitive single carburetor throttle response and the normal speed range of 2000-8000rpm are our highlights
- Stroke: Four-stroke
- Displacement: 9(4.5*2)cc
- Bore: 16.67mm
- Stroke: 21mm; Angle: 45°
- Speed: 2000-8000rpm
- Power: 0.8ps