Hello The plugs are old school and use 40s 50s technology No copper core ect I had a spare parts store in the mid 80s and plugs had a short life even inpeterwalker58
I suspect that it's not the CDI wearing away the electrode, but hotter combustion due to better ignition (important difference). Plugs run on electronicrv7charlie
Oh good, Norm knows the actual numbers. That looks even better to my experiment application to me. I do not remember the numbers on my prop, but I think itzephyriser
Keep in mind that the use of these engines for flying are not necessarily advocated here, and they may prove to be no good for this application, so beware.
Discussions about the aircraft these engines might be used on are also welcome.
Lets use this list to build a knowledge base for those who are interested in flying with these engines.
Don't forget you can search the messages archive for past discussions. Please keep comments on subject.
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