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Weight:, 980g (Including ignition and muffler), Suggested prop:, 18x8, 18x10, 19x8, 20x8 (standard two blade prop), Ignition:, DC-CDI (computer controlled auto advance electric ignition system), Mixture:25:1 to 40:1,
FEATURES:, Full-Featured 4-Stroke Engine, Displacement:, 65cc 5x12.8cc (0.781 cu.in. x 5), Bore:, 26.5mm x 5 (1.043 in), Stroke:, 23.2mm x 5 (0.913 in),
This tester can be used in two ways:, 1. It enables the safest possible way to check for interferance between your CDI Ignition and radio systems, without the need to have your engine running. The unit fires your ignition system at the rpm you set on the units dial to simulate the ignition as if the motor is running, the units RPM range is 400-18000Rpm.,
Includes:, Ignition Unit w/twin HT lead & 14mm Plug Cap,
, Displacement:, 0.394 cu in (6.45cc), Bore:, 0.850" (21.6mm), Stroke:, 0.693" (17.6mm), Output:, 1.35 hp @ 16,000 RPM, RPM Range:, 2,000 - 17,000, Weight w/o Muffler:, 10.23oz (290g), ,
, Length:, 9.8" (248mm), Width:, 5" (128mm), Height:, 3.1" (80mm) without post, Weight:, 1.8lbs (820g) without batteries, ,
TIP:, Before suspecting your CDI ignition of being faulty, please ensure you have the spark-plug socket pushed all the way over the spark-plug head. In some cases this is extremely tight and requires alot of pressure.,
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