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Old 06-21-2017, 11:52 AM
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Cool New Kingtech K70 shes tiny with power

We will be showing a new Kingtech K70 engine at Kentucky jets in a few weeks and she will be installed in the all new Mini T1.

The new K70 will be the size and weight of the K45.... yes that is right the tiny K45. I dont have all the specs on it yet just know size weight and its power. Allot have been asking for smaller stuff that easy to transport so here it is.

This engine will be available no sooner then late August but it is in the works. Stay tuned for more info and come see it in person at KYjets.
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Man!!!! I cant wait to fly that bird with that engine..... See you soon!
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I'm game! I could use something really small & easy that flies great.
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Originally Posted by gunradd View Post
We will be showing a new Kingtech K70 engine at Kentucky jets in a few weeks and she will be installed in the all new Mini T1.

The new K70 will be the size and weight of the K45.... yes that is right the tiny K45. I dont have all the specs on it yet just know size weight and its power. Allot have been asking for smaller stuff that easy to transport so here it is.

This engine will be available no sooner then late August but it is in the works. Stay tuned for more info and come see it in person at KYjets.


Very Cool!
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Subscribed! I think this will be the answer to what to put into my JHH A-7.
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Old 06-21-2017, 02:20 PM
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Hows the 80 in one of those Kris? I like a little extra power up here at 5000'
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Old 06-21-2017, 02:40 PM
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Originally Posted by luge_racer View Post
Subscribed! I think this will be the answer to what to put into my JHH A-7.
when the K45 first came out I built a JHH A7 for Barry with the k45 when it first came out and it was like a guided missile very fast. So it should work just be careful with the extra power.
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Gunradd, what's the thrust on the 70? Thanks!
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Should be about 15 pounds.
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Old 06-21-2017, 03:15 PM
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Should be about 15 pounds of thrust.
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looking forward to this one
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Awesome!
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The fuel burn rate is one figure I would want to see, but otherwise, at least it should be available soon for all those who have been stuck waiting for the M70....

gonna redefine what a P70 size jet means

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Originally Posted by gunradd View Post
when the K45 first came out I built a JHH A7 for Barry with the k45 when it first came out and it was like a guided missile very fast. So it should work just be careful with the extra power.
The problem is that I usually have to land and stop on a 300 ft strip with unforgiving run-off. Often I have to wave off the approach if it's not perfect and a 70N engine would develop the needed thrust quicker than a 45.
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What about the K250? Have they given up on it?
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What about the K250? Have they given up on it?
Nope they are still tweaking it. Not sure when it will be ready though. I know their is allot of demand for it.
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I really think this engine and the M70 could be game changers for those that like smaller jets. With the power to weight ratio of these engines it opens up some possibilities to get better than 1-1 thrust to weight ratios on the 13-15 pound jets. The planes intended for 60's get a power boost and a weight decrease. I suspect there will be some planes blown apart as well but that is not the engine manufacturers fault. Now if only a reasonably priced manufacturer with good service would compete with the Kolibri then the jet world would be even better.
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I'll be watching for this one.
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Originally Posted by gunradd View Post
We will be showing a new Kingtech K70 engine at Kentucky jets in a few weeks and she will be installed in the all new Mini T1.

The new K70 will be the size and weight of the K45.... yes that is right the tiny K45. I dont have all the specs on it yet just know size weight and its power. Allot have been asking for smaller stuff that easy to transport so here it is.

This engine will be available no sooner then late August but it is in the works. Stay tuned for more info and come see it in person at KYjets.
Any info on pre-orders?
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Originally Posted by erh7771 View Post
Any info on pre-orders?
Not sure about Pre-Orders,. Call Dirk, he may have the latest info....

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I'll be watching for this one.
As will I, I have my engine fund burning a hole in my pocket!
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Very Interested in this as well.
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Not sure about Pre-Orders,. Call Dirk, he may have the latest info....
Do you have his contact info?

I've never spoken to Dirk

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Originally Posted by why_fly_high View Post
I really think this engine and the M70 could be game changers for those that like smaller jets. With the power to weight ratio of these engines it opens up some possibilities to get better than 1-1 thrust to weight ratios on the 13-15 pound jets. The planes intended for 60's get a power boost and a weight decrease. I suspect there will be some planes blown apart as well but that is not the engine manufacturers fault. Now if only a reasonably priced manufacturer with good service would compete with the Kolibri then the jet world would be even better.
I got a Super Viper with another small engine. It got power to just hover. Take off and landing are insane at only 5kg of weight with full fuel. Like 30ft start/stop. Must do a video one day... Larger planes built light are really awesome things to play around with. I welcome this engine and I might get one too for my PAF Salamander.
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Do you have his contact info?

I've never spoken to Dirk

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