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Old 05-12-2013, 11:27 PM
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Old 06-03-2013, 01:52 PM
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WrongWayRC has a few items and some are unique. They carry JC & SC engines, JC Super prop & Xoar, one of their own tuned pipes for a 55 -60cc engine, Fiji fuel tanks, etc. I know a few guys that have their pipe on DLE and EME engines and talk them up all the time. I’m not affiliated, and have not bought most of these items, but do buy many ignition and Rx batteries and SWB arms from them. They can be the last thing I order for a new plane but they always seem to be the first to arrive.

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Old 06-06-2013, 10:03 PM
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Look good four-stroke engine, do not know how to speed up performance?:198:
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Old 06-06-2013, 10:11 PM
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Old 09-03-2013, 02:09 AM
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Nice. It would be a great list for RC hobbyists. While there is an ideal candidate to add in the list http://www.agm-engine.com, AGM Engine and some engine parts.
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Old 10-28-2013, 07:36 AM
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Nice. It would be a great list for RC hobbyists. While there is an ideal candidate to add in the list http://www.agm-engine.com, AGM Engine and some engine parts.

I may be slow but atleast I'm consistent
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:16 PM
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DLE: http://www.dlpower.net/
How to identify genuine DLE ENGINE
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Old 11-08-2013, 09:30 PM
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. nice manufacturing facility
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Old 11-09-2013, 02:50 AM
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Brown Bear Motors

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Old 11-20-2013, 12:35 AM
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Beautiful engines Arnout. Added for our friends in the Netherlands
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Old 04-15-2014, 09:48 AM
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Bill, just an observation, its kind of difficult to distinguish the name brand engines within the list, could you maybe put the engine names on the list in bold to be able to pick them out a little easier?
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Old 07-18-2014, 12:31 AM
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Bill, just an observation, its kind of difficult to distinguish the name brand engines within the list, could you maybe put the engine names on the list in bold to be able to pick them out a little easier?
it will get some maintenance soon with that revision.
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Old 07-19-2014, 12:47 AM
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How about Desert Aircraft Australia?

http://www.desertaircraft.com.au/shop/
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Old 07-21-2014, 10:53 PM
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No mention of the Turnigy lineup. I would have expected to see mention of them here by now? Maybe it's because they sell mainly smallish Gas motors?

I just stuck my neck out and ordered a TR-32 to go with my new Super Chipmunk from Aztek. $200 for the chippy, and $165 (+23 UPS) for the Turnigy Motor. 3.8hp for <$200 seemed worth rolling the dice.

This is my foray into "going big for less", so far I've got a 80" Super Chipmunk with a 32cc motor. Servos are the next big expense. Can't compromise there, this could hurt something/someone if it gets away from me. This is my 1st foray into Gas aircraft. We'll see how a budget build will fly. I think I'm making my moves strategically, suggestions are welcome.

From the reviews of the Turnigys, they had kind of a rough start, on the 26cc they let a bunch out with unsealed bearings and wrong muffler bolt patterns. Nobody could get them to draw fuel because all the crankcase pulse was going out through the bearings, thus no fuel pumping. From the looks of the reviews, they are on the 2nd batch and things have improved quite a lot. There are even people so happy they're buying 2nds.
I'll let you know how my TR-32 works out. I'm an old racer, so if there's cheating going on, I'll know it. And it won't be going on any plane of mine unless all is right.

Does anyone know if they are a Turnigy in house product, or being made for HK by another mfgr? I did compare the 26cc one to the SPE, and it appears identical. That was a "no-name" model, not a Turnigy. They DO have a a 26cc Turnigy. The 30 and 32 cc models don't look familiar either. Wonder why such a disparity in HP ratings? The TR-32 is 3.8hp(1075g auw), and the 30cc is rated 2.7 hp (939g auw). They both show similar prop ratings, as does the RCG (18x10 stretch to 19x8), but at 20% more cost. If one were REALLY 1.1hp stronger, I'd expect to see it pulling a heavier prop, or the same one a lot faster.

The TR-32 touts it's performance reeds and porting. Maybe it's for real, they are getting 1.1 more hp from it if you can believe the HP specs on any of them.
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This is a paste in of some of the info on the TR-32 engine from my Super Chipmunk Build thread. Theres pictures and more detail at that thread. This gives some basic info.

I figure I'd put it here where it's findable, until the moderator (thanks for putting this together sir) gets to catalogue and index it. I will add more once i get it in the air.

Scott


So far it looks like a great motor for the money. Not a DA, but a good value.
Time will tell the tale, but so far, this is what I know. Hope it helps somene. I'll post a copy over in "Engines" where prospective engine buyers (like I was a few weeks ago) can find it.


Motor – Turnigy TR-32

Actual Displacement - 32.24cc

37mm bore x 30mm stroke

AUW Spec 0.9kg



Ignition - Rcexl Brand CDI Auto advance w/Hall effect pickup& 14” fully shielded plug wire.

Model A-02 Serial#DMS000951 Mfr date2014-04-12

Othernumbering 20140324 0065353 622A A-02

(replacementunits start @ $49 on ebay)



Spark Plug – CM-6 Ordered 2 NGK $12.45 shipped.



Carb – Tillotson HU-134A 305

RepairKit RK-31HU(ordered a spare ebay$10.50fs)Diaphragm & Gasket setDG-11HU

Manual: http://www.tillotson.ie/docs/HUPartsList.pdf



Note this engine seems the product of an uncoordinated engineering group.

Some dimensions are SAE, and some metric. All threads appear to be Metric.



Mounting Flange – 70mm wide x 54mm High

Prop Flange -10mmcenter pin (.392)

4x 4mm on 1” (25.4mm) circle

Recommended Props 18 x 10, 18 x 8 Have a Master Airscrew 18x 10 wood

Exhaust Flange bolt centers - 33mm 4mm bolts. 24 x 14mm port opening

Nominal RPM 1800 – 7800



Fuel 93 octane gasoline premix

Oil Spec 25-40:1 - will use Redline #40603 racing oil as per Desert Aircraft.

(ordered 8oz from Jegs $10.50 shipped)



Notes:
Engine well packed, smelled slightly of gasoline. Green oil visible on the piston skirt. Piston to wall clearance feels/sounds very tight. Heavy oil retention grooving/ machine marks can be seen on piston skirt (and felt when turning the motor over). Looks like lots of high quality break-in oil will be helpful. Bakelite reed valve housing with a tap for diaphragm pump. CNC crankcase, cast cylinder. Polished Aluminum Muffler with hardware and gasket - Very lightweight muffler. Open internally - it may need some brass screen/wool to quiet it down.
4 each nice lathe turned aluminum standoffs w/5mm SHCS 2-9/16” long. All hardware is stainless steel SHCS. (make sure to Antisieze/Loctite to prevent galling).

It looks like the Turnigy TR-32 is VERY similar to the DLE-30 - The only visual difference is the crankcase of the DLE in the photo is cast, and the Turnigy is CNC machined. Without pulling the jug to check bore and stroke, I can't be sure, but I'd bet DLE is manufacturimg for Turnigy (or VV), or that one ot=r the other is an out and out knockoff of the other.
http://manuals.hobbico.com/dle/dleg0030-0031-manual.pdf
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