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Electric Handheld starter for 50cc by Mayatech?

Old 05-15-2019, 04:09 AM
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Default Electric Handheld starter for 50cc by Mayatech?

I have a 50cc enginge that I want to be able to start with a handheld electric starter. Has anyone had any experience with the one below from Mayatech?
-Turns out I cant post a link yet but if you google "CZ TOC Metal Terminator Starter Engine Starter for Helicopter Nitro Airplane Fixed wing" you'll find it.

Would be using it not only for the 50cc but also for a bunch of smaller nitro engines on my planes.

another though is, how well does it work to simply build an adapter for a handheld cordless drill? They should have plenty of torque.
Old 05-15-2019, 10:01 AM
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My initial thought is to ask why you would require a starter for a 50cc engine.
Old 05-16-2019, 12:26 AM
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I prefer using a starter to handstarting them. I know people use both methods and figured I'd look for a starter that can handle that kind of engine.
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You can buy the cup and the insert from Sullivan and run a carriage bolt through it so you can use a cordless drill

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