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Old 02-19-2010, 10:13 AM
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total weight 1120g( 39.5oz) including engine, muffler ,ignition ,spark plug ,engine mount [8D]

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I really want a MT35, but my concern is that when the 57 came out...at first there was problems. Were any additional steps taken to assure less problems from the first production runs of MT35?

Thanks Tomy......871
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Old 02-19-2010, 01:03 PM
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Hi Kema

Try this link.


http://shop.lindinger.at/product_inf...ducts_id=84066
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iadmodeldesigns in UK are also going to cary MT35 engine soon . this is the website : http://www.iadmodeldesigns.co.uk/
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Old 02-20-2010, 02:08 PM
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total weight 1120g( 39.5oz) including engine, muffler ,ignition ,spark plug ,engine mount [8D]

Tomy

I really want a MT35, but my concern is that when the 57 came out...at first there was problems. Were any additional steps taken to assure less problems from the first production runs of MT35?

Thanks Tomy......871
If you have been following Tomy and MT at all, everytime something comes to his attention you can clearly see effort to correct it.
I would have no doubt that he would apply it to their future engines!

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Old 02-20-2010, 02:09 PM
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GOD I sound like a salesman [:'(]
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Old 02-22-2010, 02:58 AM
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Chinese New Year are over . we are going to ship MT35 to USA . it's should be arrive in FL center . MTENGINESUSA at the end of this month
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Old 02-22-2010, 07:54 AM
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I'm installing this engine in a CMP me109. I'm kinda a newbie to gas engines, and I'm not sure of a few things like should I remove the spring on the carb?
What to do about the choke lever. Is 6v ok for the ignition?
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Old 02-22-2010, 08:13 AM
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dont need to remove the spring if you use high troque serveo . and for the chock . hand flip are need chock close , it's ok if you use starter to start this engine . 5 cell (6v) are ok for the ignition . not recommend use lipo bettery for ignition power supply without regulator . give me PM or email if you have any question about how to setup or running this engine


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Anyone fire this thing up yet? I would love to see some numbers on it....871
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I was thinking the same thing!
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Anyone fire this thing up yet? I would love to see some numbers on it....871
We have ran this engine quite a bit and it runs great, we now have it in a TLT 73" Yak 54 and will be flying it maybe this weekend. Very nice engine.

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Anyone fire this thing up yet? I would love to see some numbers on it....871
We have ran this engine quite a bit and it runs great, we now have it in a TLT 73'' Yak 54 and will be flying it maybe this weekend. Very nice engine.

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Will you guys be selling these engines also?
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That decision will wait until flight testing is done. Running to this point has just been to put some time on the engine and get some baseline comparisons. I'll be doing some testing with various props in the next couple of days, should have the Yak ready to fly for the weekend, hope the weather cooperates.
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That decision will wait until flight testing is done. Running to this point has just been to put some time on the engine and get some baseline comparisons. I'll be doing some testing with various props in the next couple of days, should have the Yak ready to fly for the weekend, hope the weather cooperates.
Man I hope its strong and you guys carry it. I support VVRC when possible, awesome service!

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That decision will wait until flight testing is done. Running to this point has just been to put some time on the engine and get some baseline comparisons. I'll be doing some testing with various props in the next couple of days, should have the Yak ready to fly for the weekend, hope the weather cooperates.
Man I hope its strong and you guys carry it. I support VVRC when possible, awesome service!

871
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Does anyone have any info on an MT-42?
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Old 02-26-2010, 11:04 AM
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New MT35 are better engine than old MT42.. The MT 42 are dis-continue now
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Old 02-26-2010, 12:25 PM
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Does anyone have any info on an MT-42?
Hey FentonFlyer. What kind of information were you needing about the MT-42?

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Old 02-27-2010, 04:49 AM
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ive mt42 for a yr now
never any trouble, power wise is same as spe43 i happen to have one also
factory set timing was too retarded it gave me 7k rpm on 18x8 xoar
after correction 9.2k with the same prop
rcexel ing. stock
im happy
thx
ps mt42 is on my peakmodel 25% edge540t with 18x10 mas
awesome combination for 3d and low cost
thx
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Does anyone have any info on an MT-42?
Hey FentonFlyer. What kind of information were you needing about the MT-42?

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Well, there's one for sale in the marketplace right now for $155. Just wondering if this engine is a turd or what.
Looks like it must have been since it's already discontinued.


3DDino,
Thanks for the info.

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Does anyone have any info on an MT-42?
Hey FentonFlyer. What kind of information were you needing about the MT-42?

Joe
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Well, there's one for sale in the marketplace right now for $155. Just wondering if this engine is a turd or what.
Looks like it must have been since it's already discontinued.


3DDino,
Thanks for the info.

I have personal knowledge of that particular engine since I sold it to a gentleman who has since passed away. The engine is brand new. I think he bench ran it one time before passing. MT-42 was a good engine in its time and has been around for a long time, but the MT-35 is replacing it as a lighter, smaller engine in the same displacement class.

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Anybody have performance #s? I am considering Syssa and MT 35 for a Pilot-RC, 26% SBach. Need data to make a decision...
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I would like to know the same thing.
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me too...
Planning between mld 28 and mt35. They compare close in weights.
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