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Old 01-16-2022, 03:26 PM
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Hi all bin in the rc hobby for 30 years now and just love it as long as it's big im in.. Or small... But I do like big toys from 107 wing planes to boats cars heli. Drones.. Im knee deep and I love it... And im always learning.. And still getting stumped... Bin an engineer my hole like from a very young age working out at sea..... Managed to get my hands on 2 very lovely engines the other day... Amd one still has me completely stumped with what it is... Any way enough about me.. Can't wait to see what u are all doing with our hobby
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Pictures of Phishshack"s engines
Hi thanks so much for this.... One of the engines is a new brison 4.2..... New in the box with a pitts muffler and spinner.... I only payed 67 pounds for it lol..... Any way this other engine has a completely different head and the prop shaft extension is made very very well same as the crank case is a brison. but is machined different at the prop end.has a 5.5 inch spinner .. Its got a complete different inlet manifold with a walbro wa 191a.. Mini 3/4 plug with the head having a spark plug step down to the ch electronics plug and cdi..... Double ring piston... No markings on the head.. Any help on cc or make would be amazing please
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It's even had the top of the walbro carburetor machine down as well














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That thing is beautiful. Im guessing some machinist had some serious intention to make it his own. To me it doesnt look like its from a production line.
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Old 01-18-2022, 03:05 AM
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Wanted to know did Gary from brison do coustom work of people
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That looks to me, to be a Precision Eagle engine.
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Old 01-19-2022, 02:33 PM
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Hi just wanted to say thanks for the p. E advice... Sent me down a route and then another to end up at its a husky Challenger 2.7 44cc.
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I'm further educated and impressed.
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Originally Posted by Phishshack View Post
Hi all bin in the rc hobby for 30 years now and just love it as long as it's big im in.. Or small... But I do like big toys from 107 wing planes to boats cars heli. Drones.. Im knee deep and I love it... And im always learning.. And still getting stumped... Bin an engineer my hole like from a very young age working out at sea..... Managed to get my hands on 2 very lovely engines the other day... Amd one still has me completely stumped with what it is... Any way enough about me.. Can't wait to see what u are all doing with our hobby
Nice to see more seafarers (and especially engineers, they're a breed apart among the saltwater drifters) being in the hobby.

Here's another marine engineer, 30 years at sea and 40 years in the hobby. Mainly planes and helicopters with the occasional boat or buggy, and a strong preference of messing with IC engines.
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