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    MT70CC TWIN

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    Has anyone tried this, seems like an awesome engine at least on paper
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    This is the only twin engine under $500 and can swing 24-8 prop up to 7K with stock muffler ! and engine weight only 3.26lb with plug !!!. people know the advantage of twin engine compare with single . smooth without vibration . and we made it still light weight just like single cylinder engine

    Engine weight only 3.26lb with plug!!!!

    Specifications:
    Displacement: 70cc
    Bore: 37.5mm
    Stroke: 32mm
    Ignition: RCEXL
    Carb : Walbro HDA
    Engine only weight 3.26lb (with plug)
    Prop range: 22X10 - 24X10-26X8
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    im still waiting for mine to arrive,,tommy did a run of 100,this week according to him ,and im supposed to recieve one of them,,it looks like ,i may be one of the first people getting one,ive heard alot of hype from mtengines usa,,and others but i personally havent heard from one single mt70 twin owner ,about its operation or performance,so,,,,when mine ever arrives,ill either start a thread ,,or post pics and comments ,,when i do post info.bear in mind that im not a machinist or engineer,just a rc modeller who has be either around or active in rc for over 30 years.so my explanations may not be so technical but stated to the best of my ability..

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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    If this engine really weighs 3.26 and can swing a 24-8 prop at 7000,it will be very popular with many,me included.
    But this one i will wait till there are more reports.

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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    Looks good. Tomy catches up quickly.
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    I'm waiting on my "field testers" engine as well!

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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    If they accurately copied the old 3w-70 it should run pretty darn well. It could be a good choice for 1/3 scale Cub/Citabria/Decathlon type aircraft.
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    with that weight, it never can be an accurate copy!
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    A look at the cylinders confirms that as well.... We'll see how they do for the beta test crowd
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    I am betting the MT70 Twin will do well! Capt,n
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    why cant this be used in 3d-plane
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    It should work fine for 3D on a good sized profile airplane. Look pretty neat too!. SMOOTH!
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    Profile airplanes?
    you mean its only good for profile planes
    is it ok for say ef yak 50cc
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    ORIGINAL: 3DDino

    Profile airplanes?
    you mean its only good for profile planes
    is it ok for say ef yak 50cc
    thx
    I did not say only good for profile planes...just kinda hinting that it may be neat...equal weight on each side of the profile fuse. The MT 70 engine should work good on any airplane for 3D if the weight to thrust ratio is right. Best Regards & good luck, Capt,n
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    It may be hard to find a 50cc size plane to put it in and not have to cut the sides of the cowl. In the pics the MT70 is showing about 11" wide at the caps. Most of the 50cc planes are 9" to 10" wide at the cowl.
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    Probably would fit in a 30% Cap 232 or similar with those big cowl cheeks.

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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    3DDino,

    Just an FYI for comparitive purposes, the 3w-56 twin works extremely well for 3d, so there's no reason a 70cc twin would not work out as well. Taking it a step further, where would we be if the 100cc plus twins didn't 3d well?
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    HEY...I am feeling better about the whole sit ee a tion now! Capt,n
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    but then they were saying twin engines in nature yeilding more friction than single ones hence not as love to spin as the single cylinder given same cc
    im lost
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    What it means is a single cylinder engine of the same size will have more power than a twin. The twin will be smoother though,
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    thx

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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    in that case single is not that bad after all
    how do you determine to use twin or single of the same size for 3d flying
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    ORIGINAL: 3DDino

    in that case single is not that bad after all
    how do you determine to use twin or single of the same size for 3d flying
    thx
    This is the only twin engine under $500 and can swing 24-8 prop up to 7K with stock muffler and engine weight only 3.26lb with plug !!!. People know the advantage of twin engine compare with single. Smooth without vibration and we made it still light weight just like single cylinder engine is what was posted. Now a 24X8 prop turning 7000 RPM sure should hover something!!!! Capt,n
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    RE: MT70CC TWIN

    FIRST ECHELON ARE READY TO GO
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