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Old 04-05-2013, 11:15 AM
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Toledo Show Friday: The NEW Evolution® 15cc, 20cc, 33cc Gas RC engine

Now More Modelers Can Enjoy the Evolution Solution
The NEW Evolution® 15cc (.91 cu. in.) Gas RC engine

Since the release of the Evolution® 10GX small-block engine, countless modelers have discovered the benefits of gas power in aircraft formerly dominated by the .40-size glow engine or burdened with expensive 40-class electric power systems. This new gas engine is so easy to use, even beginners with no engine experience are getting into the thrill engine-powered models offer. But what about the pilots who enjoy even larger airplanes in the .61- to .91-size range?

Evolution continues to bring the fuel efficiency and easy operation of running gas to your sport flying experience with the new 15GX small-block gas engine. It’s been designed with a standard beam mount and case dimensions that allow it to fit anywhere you might use a .61- to .91-size glow engine. It’s also remarkably lightweight, even with the ignition system and battery. What sets the 15GX apart from its nitro-fueled counterparts is its phenomenal fuel efficiency. You will burn 30% of the fuel you would with a comparably sized glow engine and lower your cost per flight by 90% on average.

Key Features:
> Lightweight construction based on the Evolution 61NX glow engine
> Designed from the ground up specifically for RC use
> Gasoline fuel delivers low operational cost and simplicity
> Great power and performance for demanding RC pilots
> Lightweight electronic ignition provides easy starts and superior reliability
> 2S Li-Po battery compatible ignition without a regulator provides long run times
> Standard beam mount installation makes conversion effortless
> Low oil content fuel requirement makes operation cleaner
> Better fuel economy means a smaller fuel tank requirement and weight savings

The coolest RC engine development in 25 years, the new line of Evolution small-block gas engines usher in a new category of RC enjoyment. Like all Evolution engines, they are designed with the RC pilot in mind who wants performance without sacrificing reliability. Evolution not only answered the call, but satisfies in a way even classic modelers never knew possible, at an incredible level of economy anyone can appreciate.

All Evolution brand gas engines are designed from the start to provide excellent performance at a fraction of your previous operating costs. Evolution Engines has painstakingly designed and tested each engine to insure a hassle free experience without giving away anything in desired performance or durability.

Evolution® Engines 15GX Specifications:
Displacement: 15cc (0.91 cu. in.)
Bore: 1.09 in. (27.8mm)
Stroke: 0.98 in. (24.9mm)
Fuel: Gas/Oil, 20:1 content ratio
Cylinder Type: Ringed/Steel Liner
Weight with Muffler and Ignition: 31.1 oz. (883 g)
Crankshaft Thread: 5/16-24
RPM Range: 1,600–13,000
Propeller Range: 13x7–15x6
Muffler Type: Cast aluminum, torpedo style

EVOE15GX 15cc (.91 cu. in.) gas RC engine Price: $249.99

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The Evolution of Small Block Power!
The NEW Evolution® 20cc (1.20 cu. in.) Gas RC engine

Since the release of the Evolution® 10GX small-block engine, countless modelers have discovered the benefits of gas power in .40-size airplanes. It’s so easy to run that even beginners with no engine experience are getting into the thrill engine-powered models offer. But what about the pilots who enjoy even larger airplanes in the .91- to 1.20-size range?

Now Evolution brings small-block gas fuel economy and ease of use further into your sport flying experience with the new Evolution 20GX engine. It’s been designed with a standard beam mount and case dimensions so that it will fit anywhere you might use a .91- to 1.20-size glow engine. It’s also remarkably lightweight, even with the ignition system and battery. But what sets the 20GX apart from its nitro-fueled counterparts is its phenomenal fuel efficiency. On average, you will burn 30% of the fuel you would with a comparably sized glow engine and lower your cost per flight by 90%.

Key Features:
> Lightweight construction based on the Evolution 91NX glow engine
> Designed from the ground up specifically for RC use
> Gasoline fuel delivers low operational cost and simplicity
> Great power and performance for demanding RC pilots
> Lightweight electronic ignition provides easy starts and superior reliability
> 2S Li-Po battery compatible ignition without a regulator provides long run times
> Standard beam mount installation makes conversion effortless
> Low oil content fuel requirement makes operation cleaner
> Better fuel economy means a smaller fuel tank requirement and weight savings

The coolest RC engine development in 25 years, the new line of Evolution small-block gas engines usher in a new category of RC enjoyment. Like all Evolution engines, they are designed with the RC pilot in mind who wants performance without sacrificing reliability. Evolution not only answered the call, but satisfies in a way even classic modelers never knew possible, at an incredible level of economy anyone can appreciate.

All Evolution brand gas engines are designed from the start to provide excellent performance at a fraction of your previous operating costs. Evolution Engines has painstakingly designed and tested each engine to insure a hassle free experience without giving away anything in desired performance or durability.

Evolution® Engines 20GX Specifications:
Displacement: 20cc (1.20 cu. in.)
Bore: 1.20 in. (30.5mm)
Stroke: 1.10 in. (27.9mm)
Fuel: Gas/Oil, 20:1 content ratio
Cylinder Type: Ringed/Steel Liner
Weight with Muffler and Ignition: 33.6 oz. (958 g)
Crankshaft Thread: 5/16-24
RPM Range: 1,800–10,000
Propeller Range: 15x6–17 x 8
Muffler Type: Aluminum, inverted wraparound in-cowl muffler

EVOE20GX 20cc (1.20 cu. in.) gas RC engine Price: $279.99

To find out more about why an Evolution engine is the best choice for small-block gas engine performance, visit EvolutionEngines.com.

Horizon Hobby, Inc.
4105 Fieldstone Rd.
Champaign, IL 61822
(217) 352-1913
evolutionengines.com
horizonhobby.com

©2013 Horizon Hobby, Inc. Evolution and the Horizon Hobby logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Horizon Hobby, Inc.

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Sword of the Small-Block Engine Series
The NEW Evolution® 33cc (2.0 cu. in.) Gas RC engine

Bring the fuel efficiency and easy operation of a gas engine to your sport flying experience with the Evolution 33GX engine. It’s compact dimensions allow it to fit anywhere you might use a 1.50- to 2.20-size glow engine. It’s also remarkably lightweight, even with the ignition system and battery. What sets the 33GX apart from its nitro-fueled counterparts is its phenomenal fuel efficiency. You will burn 30% of the fuel you would with a comparably sized glow engine and lower your cost of flying 90%.

If you enjoy flying popular large 30cc class of planes, then you’ll find the new Evolution® 33GX is the ideal choice. A true powerhouse with superior engineering, the 33GX is can provide a very high power-to-weight ratio not possible with other 30cc engines. Its single prop nut attachment allows the use of any stock propeller and the included 2S Li-Po ready electronic ignition provides easy starts, plus it’s small enough to locate in tight areas. You can mount the 33GX using either the standard beam-mount method or the included stand offs so upgrading to the 33GX takes minimal effort. The special in-cowl muffler (included) not only helps quiet operation but also possible for the 33GX to fit in narrow spaces so the looks of your airplane can be preserved without compromising performance.

Key Features:
> Designed from the ground up specifically for RC use
> Gasoline fuel delivers low operational cost and simplicity
> Great power and performance for demanding RC pilots
> Proven CM-6 style spark plug for great performance and small profile
> Lightweight electronic ignition provides easy starts and superior reliability
> 2S Li-Po battery compatible ignition without a regulator provides long run times
> Both standard beam mounts and stands off installation choices are included
> Front mounted, Walbro-type carburetor
> Inverted wraparound in-cowl muffler included

The coolest RC engine development in 25 years, the new line of Evolution small-block gas engines usher in a new category of enjoyment. Like all Evolution engines, they are designed with the RC pilot in mind who wants performance without sacrificing reliability. Evolution not only answered the call, but satisfies in a way even classic modelers never knew possible, at an incredible level of economy anyone can appreciate.

All Evolution brand gas engines are designed from the start to provide excellent performance at a fraction of your previous operating costs. Evolution Engines has painstakingly designed and tested each engine to insure a hassle free experience without giving away anything in desired performance or durability.

Evolution® Engines 33GX Specifications:
Displacement: 33cc (1.98 cu. in.)
Bore: 1.48 in. (37.5mm)
Stroke: 1.16 in. (29.5mm)
Fuel: Gas/Oil, 25:1 content ratio
Cylinder Type: Ringed/Steel Liner
Weight with Muffler and Ignition: 48.8 oz. (1384 g)
Crankshaft Thread: 3/8-24
RPM Range: 1,500–9,000
Propeller Range: 17x8–20x8
Muffler Type: Aluminum, inverted wraparound in-cowl muffler

EVOE33GX 33cc (2.20 cu. in.) gas RC engine Price: $349.99

To find out more about why an Evolution engine is the best choice for small-block gas engine performance, visit EvolutionEngines.com.

Horizon Hobby, Inc.
4105 Fieldstone Rd.
Champaign, IL 61822
(217) 352-1913
evolutionengines.com
horizonhobby.com

©2013 Horizon Hobby, Inc. Evolution and the Horizon Hobby logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Horizon Hobby, Inc.
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Old 04-05-2013, 02:21 PM
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Think it's time to start retrofitting some of my stuff!!!
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Old 04-06-2013, 11:55 PM
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Trainers going gas...

Retrofit...exactly. Why burn expensive glow fuel on a club trainer? I do a lot of buddy boxing and this will pay for itself in one season, easily. Trainer is going gas!
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