GT25 25cc Two-Stroke Engine from NGH -?NGH-GT25
Here at Motion RC we are pleased to present our customers with the NGH line of gas engines. NGH have become known for building quality gas engines that offer light weight, power and reliability at a very affordable price. They are manufactured and designed from scratch for model aircraft, they are not modified chainsaw or similar types of engines that have been in the past, they are purpose made.
This long awaited engine answers many questions facing modelers?choosing a small petrol engine or are thinking they might like to convert there glow engine to petrol. It is neat, and built with you in mind. It’s traditional mounting and front mounted carb mean it will just swap out with your existing glow engine. It has bags of power and excellent reliability. All this with the peace of mind of the Just Engines warranty, service and spares support.
Following the success of the 17cc we are proud to bring you the 25cc version. It shares all the features of the 17, but with a little more capacity.
- One of the most compact yet powerful 25cc engines in its class
- Drop in replacement for models requiring a 120-130 class nitro engine
- Power of a 120 nitro 2 stroke but with far greater economy
- Front mounted Genuine Walbro carburetor for reliable running and easy tuning
- Traditional ‘beam’ engine mounting for simple ‘drop in’ installation
- RCEXL Ignition with automatic advancing system
- Forged crank shaft supported by dual bearings
- Light weight design, powerful output and excellent reliability
- Attractive blue anodized prop hub
- Suitable for use with NGH ‘Pitts’ style exhaust system
- Clean burning, no more oily residue on your model
- Standard single nut prop shaft allowing easy use of a wide range of props
- Purpose made, specifically designed from the ground up and optimized for gas powered RC planes
- NGH GT25 25cc Two-Stroke Engine
- NGH ignition system
- Spark plug
- Instruction manual
Please note: All RC model gas-powered engines require the user to properly set up, tune, and maintain the engine in order to achieve consistent peak performance. You will need to break-in the engine initially, then perform routine maintenance including cleaning the engine, lubricating its seals and moving parts, and adjusting the fuel mixture and valves as necessary. This is considered the normal responsibility of owning and operating an RC gas engine. For further questions, please contact Customer Support.