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  1. #1
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    Dec 2001
    Colonial Beach, VA

    Three .50 sized fourstrokes.

    Today I ran three different 50 sized fourstroke engines on WildCat 10% fuel/18% syn/castor blend.

    Idle rpm all three 2,000

    Enya .53TN, APC 12x6 rpm==9.550 Still in production. Stock Enya plug
    OS .52, APC 12x6 rpm=====9,523 Last series of the .52, OS-f plug
    Saito .50, APC 12x6 rpm====9,515 Last series of the .50, Fox Miracle plug
    Minneapolis Moline G 1350, 585 cubic inches, 141.4 hp, 9.7 GPH fuel use, 4.75 inch bore, 5.50 inch stroke
    CR==15.3 to 1
    Max pull== 14,178
    Front tires==11x15
    Rear tires 24.5x32

    Club Saito member #5

  2. #2

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    New Milford, CT
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    RE: Three .50 sized fourstrokes.

    wow, talk about being equal. I bet you might feel a difference in the air, though.
    Club Saito member #173

  3. #3

    Join Date
    Jan 2002
    Ringgold, GA

    RE: Three .50 sized fourstrokes.

    Yes, but just stop and think of when the Enya .53 was designed and first put into production! They were real bears back when they first came out. But, the forward glow plug and the lack of marketing, coupled with a ridiculous price, kept them from getting popular.

    I like and own all three brands that Hobbsy ran, but the Enya has a special place in my heart. Now, if we could just get Enya to produce an .80 - .85 in the same small Enya 53-4C footprint.

    Ed Cregger
    \"Practice makes prefect\"

    Saito Club Member #52

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