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Chas_97 11-29-2008 01:11 PM

Moki 75cc gas engine
 
Thinking about buying one of these to put in a SiST Models FW-190 (A or D variant not determined yet).

Does anyone have any good photos and/or information that may be shared? I want to know if this is a good engine with respect to power, reliability and availability of parts/service? I've read some older threads that make mention of RCS gas engines being the exact same (re-badged) engines as the European made Moki gasser, specifically the 75cc Moki.

Any photos and information on the Moki 75cc gasser would be much appreciated!

oldtimer2 11-29-2008 03:56 PM

RE: Moki 75cc gas engine
 
Hi, Go to http://www.moki.co.uk/petrol/75.html

georgee 11-30-2008 02:14 PM

RE: Moki 75cc gas engine
 
Hi,


Let me try to clear the situation around the Mokis ;) The original Moki is made in Budapest,Hungary.
You"re talking about the Airworld Moki that is also made in Budapest,Hungary,but in a different factory for the Airworld modellbau that selling it under the name Rcs or Airwold Moki.So far I"ve had 5 Airworld Mokis,and I can strongly recommend them for unparalelled reliability and power.
Here you can find more info:
http://www.airworld.online.de/Englisch/Index.htm

Regards,

Georgee

Chas_97 12-02-2008 03:43 PM

RE: Moki 75cc gas engine
 
anybody actually own one of these engines? If so how do you like it?

ukmike 12-02-2008 04:50 PM

RE: Moki 75cc gas engine
 
Hello.
I have had one of these and know a couple of other peole with them.
Don't like the Hall sensor being inside the crankcase and they are very prone to overheating. Don't have mine anymore and both friends have theirs in a cupboard not in models
due to the overheating probs. The cylinder finning is too small and too thick.
There are better engines out there.

Mike

larry@coyotenet 12-03-2008 10:32 AM

RE: Moki 75cc gas engine
 
Same engine as the RCS 75 which had to be pulled off the market. Had total of 3 of them in our warbird group. Very nice setup for warbird because of the small frontal area, would fit inline engine warbirds without hanging out any place. Unfortunatly RCS versions had a bad problem with the connecting rod bearings. All three engines seized the conrods or broke them after less than 2 minutes of flying.
We assumed that the bearings were the wrong tolerance. RCS replaced them with ZDZ engines. If the bugs have been worked out my only real problem with these engines would be weak motor mounting brackets.

Larry

captinjohn 12-03-2008 12:27 PM

RE: Moki 75cc gas engine
 
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ORIGINAL: georgee

Hi,


Let me try to clear the situation around the Mokis ;) The original Moki is made in Budapest,Hungary.
You"re talking about the Airworld Moki that is also made in Budapest,Hungary,but in a different factory for the Airworld modellbau that selling it under the name Rcs or Airwold Moki.So far I"ve had 5 Airworld Mokis,and I can strongly recommend them for unparalelled reliability and power.
Here you can find more info:
http://www.airworld.online.de/Englisch/Index.htm

Regards,

Georgee
How much $ in USA for the 1.35 (20cc) Gas Moki engine? Where can I find them is USA? Capt,n

Bedbug 12-06-2008 07:53 PM

RE: Moki 75cc gas engine
 
You can buy a 135 moki from chief aircraft 1 877-219-4489 www.ChiefAircraft.com
or form globle hobbie or from www.justengines.co.uk I have one on a sig cap 231 ex and it runs like a top sounds good and has alot of power . these other moki engines they are talking about are not the same.
the one I'm talking about are made in , like the one guy said , Budapest , hungery those are great eng


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