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Old 10-14-2002, 05:33 PM
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Which engine is the moki 2.10? I get on their website and here are their choices.

22 CC
Petrol
3.5
0.8
299

AW 30
Petrol
4
1.3
299


AW 44 Boxer R.I.
Petrol
5
1.8
579

AW 45
Petrol
5
1.6
349

AW 45 Rear Ind.
Petrol
5
1.8
379

AW 60 Boxer R.Ind.
Petrol
6.5
2.2
595

AW 75
Petrol
7.5
1.9
395

AW 90 Boxer R.Ind.
Petrol
7.5
2.9
675

225, 5Cyl Radial
Old 10-14-2002, 08:46 PM
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What website would that be?
Old 10-14-2002, 11:59 PM
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This is the website i used. http://www.moki.co.uk/
Do you know of another site?
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Try Horizon, they offer Moki glow engines. www.horizonhobby.com

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Old 10-15-2002, 02:50 AM
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I looked at the Horizon site myself...thought it might give some insight for Crash90. It wasn't real specific on specs though, I was somewhat disappointed with it. I own a Moki 1.80 that's about to go in a H9 Edge540 too, and it would be nice to get some specs myself.

What I can tell you though, is the 1.80 is 30cc, so one might assume(dangerous word there) that the one they listed as a 30something might be just that. I would put the 2.1 at 38cc's or so.

The boxer they list is a twin if I'm not mistaken, that rings a bell in my memory banks. The one they list at 44something couldn't be it, as 44cc's comes out to 2.7c.i.'s.

Other then that the jury is still in deliberations......anyone else have info here??

I would imagine it's a european site, definately somewhere other then the USofA.

This just in....it's in the UK. Saw it on the site...duh :stupid:
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This also just in......

Did you go to the "Catalogue" prompt? I did, and then went to Moki(it's on the right side of the list that comes up), then it's all there. A whole bunch of stuff. I'd link it here, but it's all seems to be within the site itself. I will leave this link if it helps, although it might be the same one you have....

http://www.moki.co.uk/linkpage.htm

It's all there...you can post back if you have any more problems. That site has more then horizon ever thought of for Moki's.

I'm glad I asked, and thanks for sharing that.
Old 10-16-2002, 12:54 AM
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Crash,

AW 30? A 2.10 cubic inch eng. equals about 34cc.( I know, this dosen't really answer your question).
O.K. so I was bored and the math looked like something to do.
More than likely a single cylinder, as "boxer engines" are opposed twins or fours, think VW, BMW Motorcyles, or Continental or Lycoming aircraft engines.

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Have a look at this site guys:

http://www.justengines.unseen.org/moki.htm

Alot of good Moki info.
Old 10-16-2002, 01:44 AM
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Hey Crash
I have a Moki 2.10 myself, I have the tech. sheet that came with it, If you need any info, please let me know and I can check it out or maybe I can scan it and email it to you if you would like. Let me know.
Gary
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i believe the horizon hobby has the moki manuals downloadable in pdf adobe acrobat format, infact im sure of it

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