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Old 09-16-2019, 09:50 PM
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I was speaking of that person's particular POST...I even stated post in my post...not the "give away"....he joined fg sat and his only post is that he won on this "give away". Might be legit...just seems too coincidental


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Old 09-16-2019, 11:04 PM
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Can you still send in your info to win or is it over?
The 17sets engine give way will be ended as soon as we have the 680th winner selected . $1000USD Grand Prize will be ended November 1rst . So please e-mail your info to us .Thanks !
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Old 09-16-2019, 11:23 PM
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I was speaking of that person's particular POST...I even stated post in my post...not the "give away"....he joined fg sat and his only post is that he won on this "give away". Might be legit...just seems too coincidental
RCGF has been producing model engines since 2007 and has been sold to more than 30 countries and regions . Yes, Mr. Chen is from Taiwan and has no FG account before. When he was lucky to be choose as the 5th lucky ones.We will say “Its grateful if you can share your lucky info with others on FG” When we confirm address information with every lucky one, That's it, and we believe that this does not violate the rules of the FG forum. Thanks FG.
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Old 09-17-2019, 02:39 AM
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Thanks to FG ! The 15th lucky RCGF Engine owner has been chosen !
Frank who comes from Germany.
He has a RCGF 40cc T and serial number is VC370 . This engine was produce on 2017/6/16.
And the prize for him is a 30cc Twin ,serial number is K4037.
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Old 10-05-2019, 10:03 AM
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The 30cc Twin has arrived 15th lucky winner`s door in Germany , DHL tracking number 8329041416 . But unfortunately Frank don`t have FG account
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Old 10-05-2019, 10:07 AM
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Thanks to FG ! The 30th lucky RCGF Engine owner has been chosen !
Ed K who comes from US.
He has a RCGF 70cc T and serial number is VA284 . This engine was produce on 2017/11/29.
And the prize for him is a 70cc Twin ,serial number is VA365.
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Old 10-05-2019, 12:29 PM
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Thank you so much Mr. Yong Xu and RCGF, I love my RCGF/VVRC 70cc twin in my Pilot 330. Plenty of power, transition (no burble) and a solid idle.

Several guys at my club have purchased a RCGF/VVRC engine after seeing how great mine runs.

And now I will have another!!!! This is GREAT news and thank you again!!!!

Ed 😊👍🍻
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Old 10-13-2019, 06:24 PM
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Finally mounted my 120 up and tested it today. One thing I noticed right away was when I am priming it, and it is ready to pop, it wants to kick back. Which is odd. And even after the priming process, and you go to start it, and it does the same thing. Damn thing tried taking my hand off. No injuries, no cuts, no scrapes. I put 15 minutes, today, on this engine. Initial start and run it sounded rich, and cleaned up during the flight. We have cooler temps today, under 60F ambient air, Xoar 27x10 wood prop. Didnt check rpm figures, I dont check RPMs until atleast 10 gallons of fuel burnt. But on the 2nd flight, half way, it quit in a short upline. Im just putting heat cycles on the engine. When the engine stopped, I had to land downwind, and outside of a scuffed wing tip, we are all good. But, the engine was a little tight to turn over, so I left it alone. Once it cooled down, about 45 mins later, I was able to turn it over. So, I'll pull the exhaust off this week, and have a look inside the engine that way. Hopefully no scoring was done.
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Old 10-13-2019, 06:35 PM
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You just never know what you will end up with a new engine.
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Old 10-15-2019, 08:50 AM
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Finally mounted my 120 up and tested it today. One thing I noticed right away was when I am priming it, and it is ready to pop, it wants to kick back. Which is odd. And even after the priming process, and you go to start it, and it does the same thing. Damn thing tried taking my hand off. No injuries, no cuts, no scrapes. I put 15 minutes, today, on this engine. Initial start and run it sounded rich, and cleaned up during the flight. We have cooler temps today, under 60F ambient air, Xoar 27x10 wood prop. Didnt check rpm figures, I dont check RPMs until atleast 10 gallons of fuel burnt. But on the 2nd flight, half way, it quit in a short upline. Im just putting heat cycles on the engine. When the engine stopped, I had to land downwind, and outside of a scuffed wing tip, we are all good. But, the engine was a little tight to turn over, so I left it alone. Once it cooled down, about 45 mins later, I was able to turn it over. So, I'll pull the exhaust off this week, and have a look inside the engine that way. Hopefully no scoring was done.
Hi Chris , prop kick back may caused by incorrect ignition
timing , move slight back will help ! But not sure what made it tight to turn over , Weird !
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Finally mounted my 120 up and tested it today. One thing I noticed right away was when I am priming it, and it is ready to pop, it wants to kick back. Which is odd. And even after the priming process, and you go to start it, and it does the same thing. Damn thing tried taking my hand off. No injuries, no cuts, no scrapes. I put 15 minutes, today, on this engine. Initial start and run it sounded rich, and cleaned up during the flight. We have cooler temps today, under 60F ambient air, Xoar 27x10 wood prop. Didnt check rpm figures, I dont check RPMs until atleast 10 gallons of fuel burnt. But on the 2nd flight, half way, it quit in a short upline. Im just putting heat cycles on the engine. When the engine stopped, I had to land downwind, and outside of a scuffed wing tip, we are all good. But, the engine was a little tight to turn over, so I left it alone. Once it cooled down, about 45 mins later, I was able to turn it over. So, I'll pull the exhaust off this week, and have a look inside the engine that way. Hopefully no scoring was done.

Looks like you were the first " lucky one"🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
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