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That makes 3 engines within 19 cc.....111, 120, 130 .
I'd say in the near future 1 of them will be discontinued.
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Not sure, but there is a lot of 120's out there. Im sure the parts will be available for quite some time as a lot of them over lap to smaller engines.


Ever see posts with guy's looking for parts for the 111 and all of it's different versions.Why would the 120 be any different.
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Ever see posts with guy's looking for parts for the 111 and all of it's different versions.Why would the 120 be any different.
Parts are fairly consistent for the DLE120 and the single cyliner 61. The 111 was a development / learning engine for DLE and much of what was learned there was applied to the 120, so it was a more mature product right out of the chute. Whether one of the large twins gets discontinued is another matter.

I'm just glad to see a new engine from DLE as there hasn't been anything new in their lineup for several years now. I suspect the 130 comes from their drone market though and it was an easy transition to also market it for the RC market.
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