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Old 04-07-2018, 02:39 PM
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Saw mention on Facebook about a K30. Any details released yet?
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Old 04-07-2018, 03:12 PM
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Originally Posted by why_fly_high View Post
Saw mention on Facebook about a K30. Any details released yet?
I'm very interested to find out about this also.

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Also interested in a k30.
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It's almost complete, it will have a built-on FOD screen.
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Any information about weight and dimensions?
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Hii all, K-30 is here in Beijing Expo !!

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Thanks for the picture, seems big, ( just comparing the size with the mpx conector and kero plug), any data of diameter, weight, etc?
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Originally Posted by Felix Barrao View Post
Thanks for the picture, seems big, ( just comparing the size with the mpx conector and kero plug), any data of diameter, weight, etc?
This is all that I can find, 65,5mm diam. 160mm length Kerostarter, valves and Fod integrated, price around $1500 AUD
, No thrust figures, but 30 newton is approximately 7 lbs thrust.
The JetCat P20 is, by comparison,
  • Thrust: Thrust 5.25 lbs ( 2,4 Kg)@ 245,000 RPM
  • Weight: 13 oz. (362 gram)
  • Diameter: 2.4 inches ( 60 mm)
  • Length: 7 inches (180 mm)
  • Exhaust gas temp.: 580C-690C
  • Fuel consumption: 3.5oz/min at full power ( 90 ml)
  • Fuel: Jet A1, 1-K kerosene
  • Lubrication: approximately 5% synthetic turbine oil in the fuel
  • Maintenance interval: 25
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Last info I could get was for a release around August

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Originally Posted by Aussie1 View Post
This is all that I can find, 65,5mm diam. 160mm length Kerostarter, valves and Fod integrated, price around $1500 AUD
, No thrust figures, but 30 newton is approximately 7 lbs thrust.
The JetCat P20 is, by comparison,
  • Thrust: Thrust 5.25 lbs ( 2,4 Kg)@ 245,000 RPM
  • Weight: 13 oz. (362 gram)
  • Diameter: 2.4 inches ( 60 mm)
  • Length: 7 inches (180 mm)
  • Exhaust gas temp.: 580C-690C
  • Fuel consumption: 3.5oz/min at full power ( 90 ml)
  • Fuel: Jet A1, 1-K kerosene
  • Lubrication: approximately 5% synthetic turbine oil in the fuel
  • Maintenance interval: 25
Diesel is not an approved fuel?
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He said thats a Jet Cat P-20 spec for comparison. KT's run on diesel
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Geez....Not sure how I missed that LOL
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It's early!
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Yes and I didn’t have a coffee in my hand.... LOL
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