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Old 01-08-2011, 04:08 PM
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Can anyone give me any info on a BME 2.4 gas engine? I am working a trade and want to know what cc this engine is?
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2.4 cu inch= 40 cc
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Thanks! Is this a good or decent motor?
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If its been treated well, they're great engines. I'd buy one in a second. You might want to know though that they were discontinued back in early 2000's(just FYI there).. just basically updated to a 50cc really... I would have bought the 40, but they were just phasing them out, so I waited about a month for the 50... I bought the 50cc that replaced the 2.4(40cc) back in 2002 and its always been a great engine. I do believe the 2.4 has beam mounts which make mounting a breeze using a larger style beam mount. I've always wanted another one.. but one 50cc plane is enough for me right now. yeah.. I'd say go for it.. its probably worth it...depending on what your trading. That engine would probably outlast most airframes if its been taken care of.
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