In order to gain more reliability I decided to add a perry pump (VP-30) to the O.S 1.60 FX in the red Laser. I thought tapping a hole inthe backplate would be easy but the way this bugger is cast I was at a loss about how to proceed. The cast-metal backplate is so thin […]
The standard Lorenz soft mount was used. It’s just four rubbers attached to a glass/epoxy plate plus a fibre-filled glass mount.
From Japan comes new stuff – Masahiros hobby world reports from the 2008 Shizuoka model show and brings info of a new O.S 1.10 FS-a fourstroke, as well as a Hirobo Aries F3A model and the YS answer to the O.S 200 EFI engine: A YS 170 DZ with electronic ignition. Speculation runs wild on […]
You can always trust O.S to be at the forefront of engine development. Go to http://www.os-engines.co.jp/english/index.htm and feast your eyes on the perfect little .35 AX and the 200 pumper. I gotta have both. How does one get by without them?
Inspecting the installation in Audun’sShadow
O.S. 200 FS, originally uploaded by aerowold. Smokin!
No it’s not the standard unpumped version, and not the shamefully expensive EFI. It’s a 200 FS pumped, with a new pump and fuel regulator. Should be a fantastic alternative to the YS 1.70 for people on a budget (me), people who love O.S engines (me) and people not wanting to run the 30% nitro […]
Ola Fremming has a new toy… Lucky man!
Foto: RC UniverseO.S engines continues to innovate rather than duplicate, as is so popular with engine makers these days. Another good reason to fly O.S! Fresh reports from the Toledo model show are posted at RC universe and I’m pleased to see an all-new O.S .75 AX two stroke which should bring great joy to […]
Yes, they are very cheap indeed! Although not designated pattern engines if you compare them to a 1.40 RX, the new 1.30 and 1.40 engines still have CC enough to power a lot of 2-meter models if you want to get into the air without a mortgage. The 1.40 (23 ccm) weighs just 650 grams […]