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Old 09-03-2016, 08:28 AM
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http://www.chinasvgroup.com/products...b39a9fc75.html

I'm building a 1/3 ME109 and need a big inline motor.

The only one that would work is a 3w150 inline but I can't find one

A freind sent me this link. Anyone know who these guys are? Ever buy from them?

AT this point my only option is to go electric.

Yes ZDZ makes a 210 inline but is to powerful
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A true 1/3 scale ME-109 will have a wingspan of 24ft, that is one big airplane, I highly doubt the ZDZ-210 will be over powered, it will probably be just right to marginal depending on prop selection and exhaust selection. Kolhm makes a 4 cycle 3 cylinder that would be good choice of engine for that plane, and it would sound awesome too.
Old 09-07-2016, 06:21 PM
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Ya thanks. It's smaller 130 in wing span.

I I know your right. $4500 for a motor is a lot to swallow


Originally Posted by STUKA BARRY View Post
A true 1/3 scale ME-109 will have a wingspan of 24ft, that is one big airplane, I highly doubt the ZDZ-210 will be over powered, it will probably be just right to marginal depending on prop selection and exhaust selection. Kolhm makes a 4 cycle 3 cylinder that would be good choice of engine for that plane, and it would sound awesome too.
Old 09-07-2016, 08:23 PM
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Originally Posted by STUKA BARRY View Post
A true 1/3 scale ME-109 will have a wingspan of 24ft, that is one big airplane, I highly doubt the ZDZ-210 will be over powered, it will probably be just right to marginal depending on prop selection and exhaust selection. Kolhm makes a 4 cycle 3 cylinder that would be good choice of engine for that plane, and it would sound awesome too.
I thought the full scale 109 had a wing span of something like 32 or 33 feet. It was not a large airplane.
Old 09-08-2016, 08:34 AM
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http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/rc-w...igns-psru.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCL4gnlwrWA

Hi Mike, maybe something like this?
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Originally Posted by STUKA BARRY View Post
A true 1/3 scale ME-109 will have a wingspan of 24ft, that is one big airplane, I highly doubt the ZDZ-210 will be over powered, it will probably be just right to marginal depending on prop selection and exhaust selection. Kolhm makes a 4 cycle 3 cylinder that would be good choice of engine for that plane, and it would sound awesome too.
What a DUMB ASS, sorry, I was sniffing Zap when I wrote this. Yes the ME-109 has a 32.6ft W/S. A W/S of 24ft. would be 3/4 scale, so a 1/3 scale would be around 14-15ft. which still would'nt be bad for the ZDZ-210, but the Kolhm still would be sweet. I think even the Kolhm two cylinder would be fine and cheaper.
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Originally Posted by STUKA BARRY View Post
A true 1/3 scale ME-109 will have a wingspan of 24ft, that is one big airplane, I highly doubt the ZDZ-210 will be over powered, it will probably be just right to marginal depending on prop selection and exhaust selection. Kolhm makes a 4 cycle 3 cylinder that would be good choice of engine for that plane, and it would sound awesome too.
+1
Old 09-14-2016, 06:57 AM
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1/3-scale would be closer to 10-11 feet for the wingspan if the full-size was 32-33 feet.

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