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Old 11-03-2011, 09:37 PM
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Default NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

One of my friend has decided to try NGH 35 CC gas engine and last week I have it to deliver to him.
It has a spare piston inside box to convert engine optional from side exhaust( GT 35 S) to rear exhaust(GT 35R).Also it has beam type mount lugs
which friend always complains from stand off type mounting of other engines he has.(Though NGH has stand off struts in box).
On bench first we adjust spark plug gap accordingly then prime it from the carb slightly and voila,very easy start which I saw very rarely on other brands.
He got quite happy with the engine after he saw it runs great.
http://www.nghengine.com/home.asp
Here are first runs of engine on bench.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8ZiJI-phT4
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MujnabQ17b0
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Old 11-06-2011, 04:26 PM
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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

Sir, would you like to tell me why you choosed a pure east-pretty not west-Blondie all from east?  how is the difference?
Old 11-06-2011, 05:26 PM
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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

Some very gooo ideas there, interesting muffler, and side lugs...Should be copied by other companies...
You could also make a custom crankcase rear mount plate with the ignition inside it...Betcha Xu Liang could make a custom ignition to fit it....
Old 11-06-2011, 06:10 PM
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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.



no copy, but your advice I ever saw, how is it? maybe it is worth to make a try

Old 11-07-2011, 12:12 AM
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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

Dont do it. If you move the ignition there, it will increase the effective nose weight of the airplane

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Old 11-07-2011, 08:50 AM
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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

Already there is a rear mount plate and struts inside box ,but I suggest to put a beam type mount inside box.
Old 11-07-2011, 08:57 AM
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ORIGINAL: michaelchow

Sir, would you like to tell me why you choosed a pure east-pretty not west-Blondie all from east? how is the difference?
Sir, after all my impressions as I use JBA engines since 4 years continuously and with all kind of torture I believe in you can make it similiar on gassers too,and my first impression
is great.Im sure I can have great support when I need also.So then?
Old 11-08-2011, 02:04 AM
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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

Thank you! maybe I will make glow engine in the future? [8D]
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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

If 3 more ounces from ignition inside the mount is a problem you could put the battery behind the CG....
The Super Tigre 30s an OS BGX engines have beam mounts and optional rear mounts with enough space inside to put the ignition... I put a Modelectric spark coil and ignition inside a ST mount about 20 years ago, I think it's still around and running....
Old 11-09-2011, 06:52 AM
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I put a Modelectric spark coil and ignition inside a ST mount about 20 years ago, I think it's still around and running....
A very large gas tank?? LOL
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VERY large...
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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

 You are all humorous  is this structure reliable and so long life?
Old 11-09-2011, 07:59 PM
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You are all humorous is this structure reliable and so long life?
Super reliable....we do not make junk here in the USA. You should know that...................
Old 11-09-2011, 09:22 PM
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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

I mean humorous just on "Large tank", i wan to learn this structure, I have friend always drive a car with about 40 years in US, yes it is really great! unbelievable!
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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

I'm betting my MVVS 35 will turn a BLE 19x6 at those numbers (8500)

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I'm betting my MVVS 35 will turn a BLE 19x6 at those numbers (8500)

Jiim
Dont forget those numbers are at the first run before break in.
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Well Im building a CMP 74in P40 and a CMP BF109 that both need a rail mount motor. While looking at a lot of diffrent options I dedcied to this was the best option in the $300 price range.

While I really Love my 3 DLE 30's, and 2 DLE 55, BME, and Q75.

As One guy (Tired Old Man) told me if I want to know about a new motor, then Ishould get one and let otheresknow. SO here it gose.

My first impreshion is this motorseems a little heavy for its cc butits rail mountable wichis what I need.

1. The packageing wasreally nice, everything is included, even tools, sparkpluge etc.

2. I love the fact you can convert this motor toa rear muffset up, even thow the directions, wich are very nice for a new bee, don't tell you how to do the convershion.

3. I love thefact this motor come with2sets of gasketsso you got some spairs.

4. I love the fact its a single 10mm bolt set up, (tired ofthe 4 bolts on DLEs)

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So my issues thus far,

While converting to rear muff set up, There where no directions, but I figured out wich way the pistion gose by looking at the parts exploded view.

If you look at the first pic, you can see what was couseing me the only issues. The bottom Left carb screw was hitting the head, and was not letting me aline everything up so I could bolt the head back on. So I first tighten them all down wich was a good thing becouse they were a lose. I sloved the issue by takeing the screw off, and there was a small lock washer that just needs removed.

Now my secound issue or question. The manual says you need to use 20:1 for break in and to run with 25:1

I use 32:1 on all my othere motors and I was hopeing not to need to bring 2 types of fuel to the flying feild.

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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

Sir.

I think you bought a GT35 which is with side-exhaust, the converting is easy, please try to do carefully.
1. research the GT35 with the manual and explorded views.
2. disassemble your GT35, remember the situations of some parts which need to change.
3. take the Ring installed on the extra Rear-pinston, and inside the cyliner-liner
4. rotate the cylinder-head and cylinder-liner with 90 degrees.
5. reassemble it. it is GT35R with rear-exhaust.
6. please do it carfully and think it with all parts are correct situations.

NGH gas engine is with classical glow engine style, each size is with sleeve inside for long time works, so All NGH gas engine is any more heavy than others which many by plated-head gas engine.
Flyers will use NGH gas engine well if he has experience with glow engine ever.

You can use same rate for fuel and oil mixture with 30:1 or 35:1. no problem.

I suggest you fly your GT35 first and later you can try to convert it to GT35R.

thank you sir.

michael
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Default RE: NGH 35 CC Gas engine.

Thanks for the reply, So far I love this motor, I have it all mocked up to start the break in.

Thanks for keepingthe rail mount. Mike
Old 02-09-2012, 11:16 PM
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Congrats Mike.Wish you enjoying flies for long time.I strongly recommend you to check the new piston arrangement by putting pics here with Mr Chow s confirmation.
Another friend of mine has just received his GT35 yesterday.He will imediately finish break in and go into flying(depending weather sure.Heavy snowing here).Other 2 friends having same engine are still looking for suitable planes for it.
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Turk1,

Good video and one Great thing I noticed in your first video, before you flipped the prop, you said Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem.

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where you guys buying from and how much. This engine looks like a good speed engine.
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