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elmshoot 12-11-2005 06:41 PM

WTB Webra Speed .61 Piston and liner
 
I burned up my Webra Speed .61 model# 1024 and I need a new piston and liner I already have a replacement ring.
Who carries parts for this great engine.
Sparky

w8ye 12-11-2005 07:00 PM

RE: WTB Webra Speed .61 Piston and liner
 
http://www.paulsmodelsupply.com/

Dr1Driver 12-11-2005 10:11 PM

RE: WTB Webra Speed .61 Piston and liner
 
I have a Webra Speed .61. You might want to check my auction (#6020618733) on Ebay.

Dr.1

Jerrybl 01-08-2006 11:10 AM

RE: WTB Webra Speed .61 Piston and liner
 
http://www.webra-austria.at/

jetpack 03-17-2007 08:19 PM

RE: WTB Webra Speed .61 Piston and liner
 
Elmshoot, could you tell us how you burned up your Webra? Was it the fuel you were using, or too lean of setting, or what carb it had? Maybe just a guess would be good?

Just interested as to what happened to have this occur....

Hobbsy 03-17-2007 09:55 PM

RE: WTB Webra Speed .61 Piston and liner
 
Guys, contact Paul at Paul's Model Supply in Fargo, ND, I have gotten some older parts from him including a belt for my Webra T4 15cc fourstroke. www.paulsmodelsupply.com

ChiefK 10-07-2012 03:32 AM

RE: WTB Webra Speed .61 Piston and liner
 
I think my Webra did the same thing. Got it used from the well known auction site. Turned out it was a Metric version... external appearance pretty much the same as USA version, 8mm crankshaft, beefier conrod, different design crankcase (a relieved area to allow the larger conrod clearance, different engine mounting pattern), don't know about the bearings. Had flown this engine maybe 50-60 times, most recently in the Dirty Birdy ARF. That flight ended early with a sudden engine failure from full throttle to dead (engine was not running too lean). Dead stick landing was successful. The engine appeared to have virtually no compression. It could not be restarted. Took it home, looked at it the next day, and even cold, virtually no compression. I don't know if this is a basket case or if a new piston ring would restore compression. Any thoughts?

ChiefK

carrellh 10-07-2012 08:02 AM

RE: WTB Webra Speed .61 Piston and liner
 
click the link in post 5 and call Paul on Monday.


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