|William Dunlop||23/10/2019 20:08:35|
|39 forum posts|
Has anyone fitted an Evo 15cc petrol engine to an Acro Wot. and if so what was the resulting combination like to fly?
I have a spare Evo 15cc and any suggestions about a model for it appreciated. Possibly an Ugly Stik or similar?
Nothing complicated to assemble as I am thinking of a winter model.
|Don Fry||23/10/2019 21:24:59|
4557 forum posts
Go like a rocket. Will the recommended prop clear the ground?
|Peter Atkins||24/10/2019 21:34:51|
40 forum posts
Fitted the 15cc Evo into my Acro last year after my Satio 82 kept dead sticking on me, which is another story that turned out to be a Spectrum receiver going into fail safe. I had the Evo 20cc in a Hanger 9 ME109 and was really impressed with this engine, easy to operate and was very quiet. I thought I would give the 15cc a go in the Acrowot.
I had to make a battery box behind the wing in the bottom of the fuselage to get the CofG correct.
The engine is a great match for the model, the model seems heavy, but I have not weighed mine but it fly’s superbly BUT very noisy on the standard silencer. When I go flying there are 2 models that are always in then car. A knackered old rag eared wot 4 and the Acrowot.
This year I fitted an old 2 stroke tuned pipe that I used to have fitted to an old 60 glow engine and what a transformation. Power is up unlimited verticals, but I try and fly smoothly no 3d stuff and noise is down and the prop clears the ground ok.
I would recommend giving it a go, I’m sure I have some pictures so will try and down load at the weekend if I get a chance.
PS. Do not believe what they say about petrol being cleaner it is covered in a black gunk after each flight, but I am still on a running in mix.
|William Dunlop||01/11/2019 07:59:56|
|39 forum posts|
Thanks very much for the info, I have been on holiday with no internet access so apologies for the late reply.
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