matthew walker: so can you port them? put a big port on it and mount it in a rc car up the
rpms lol would sound cool and might make more the 1.2hp
SK1DMARK1975: I am not sure yet, I have not put it in a plane. It is one of the easiest
engines to start. Just keep them running rich.
T Bragg: Do you still have this engine and would you be willing to sell it? Thanks,
montecar87ss: is that motor mounted on a center bearing plate from a garage door?
SK1DMARK1975: No, Its mounted on a piece of 125 x 40mm Aluminium Angle, we cut the
corners off. The aluminium gets really hot.
john bon: how relable are those engines do they where out fast i am interested in
Atomicskull: The wankle engine's strength is power to weight not efficiency.
VestedUTuber: Could an engine like this turn a 1-1/2' Diameter metal drum with a 4:1
Drive Ratio? I'm planing on using an internal combustion engine to power
the weapon on a heavyweight combat robot I'm building, and a rotary engine
immediately came to mind for its compact size in comparison to power.
Bamchucknorris: well these os wankels have high rpms and put out over 1.2 hp, for an engine
you can hold in ur hand that is amaying
turuninha: humm.... GOOD ENGINE! I HAVE ONE... AIRPLANE: DYNAMIC TRAINER
Chad Bremer: Can you bridge port it?
Justin Anger: do they have different size wankel engines by os? like a .54 or 46 engine?