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    Enya 35-II TV

    I has the old Enya 35-II TV model 6001. The engine are unused and new in box. There are an extra glowplug in original pack and instruction.

    There are not sign of parts are worned or used.

    The carburatur are strange with 2 main needle, also it is a main needle and a idling needle. In mid range of trottling are mixture controlled of the groove machined at trottle valve. When approximately 90% of trottle valve is closed by the trottle lever, the main jet are shut of completely and the idle jet just under the trottle valve comes in operation.

    Technical data:
    Bore: 0.803
    Stroke: 0.704
    Displacement: 0.357 cu.in. (5.85 ccm)
    Weight: 9.8 oz.
    Compression ratio: 8.1
    H.P.: 0.6
    R.P.M.: 2000-13000
    Propeller: 10x6, 12x4, 11x5

    But when are the engine produced????[]

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    RE: Enya 35-II TV

    These were made from 1961 to 1964 which means the shortest production run of all the .35's so they're hard to find. This version is also considered to be the best of the .35's for C/L stunt use which is what they were originally intended for.

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    RE: Enya 35-II TV


    ORIGINAL: downunder

    These were made from 1961 to 1964 which means the shortest production run of all the .35's so they're hard to find.
    [X(], so older engine with R/C carburator, nice work but sad it is not many engines there... thanks..

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    RE: Enya 35-II TV

    Jens
    The first .35 was the model 5001 in 1957, then yours, then the 35-III model 5224 with the square venturi, the 35-IIIB 5224 with the round venturi and the last was the 35-V model 5225. There were also ball raced versions of both the III and V models. I'm not sure when they stopped making them but it was well into the '80's so there were huge numbers of them. Yours just happens to be the rarest (comparatively). Of some interest is that the first Enya 45 was based on the castings of your engine. The Enya 29 and 35 are still considered to be the ultimate cast iron piston engines as far as machining, fits and clearances and exceptionally long life.


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