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    ngh 9cc gas engine

    Hi all
    how would a NGH 9cc gas engine go in a 50 size hele ?

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    RE: ngh 9cc gas engine

    Doing a conversion, 9cc equals to 0.54cuin. From the OS Engines website, ([link]http://osengines.com/[/link]) the OS55Hyper is 8.93cc. This engine has been uses sucessfully in several 50 sized helicopters. it was designed to be a direct replacement.

    Can you narrow down your question? Which helicopter? Can you post a link to the engine in question?

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    RE: ngh 9cc gas engine

    Hi

    The helicopter that I have is a tt50 with a tt50 pro engine in it
    with a funky longranger fuselage I was just wondering about trying to change the motor to gas
    to get away from the high cost of nitro fuel
    http://www.nghengine.com/home.asp

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    RE: ngh 9cc gas engine

    I'll let more knowledgeable people chime in. It was my understanding that gasoline engines at those displacements were a little stubborn and did not produce enough power for helicopter use. I could be mistaken. Sorry I can't be of anymore help.

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