Wednesday, April 28, 2010

AA .45 production pics

Here are some new pics of the production version(s) of the AA .45 engine(s).

Two induction versions are available:

- Angled "Mac" style induction
- Straight reversed drum intake induction

Click HERE for the earlier info of the AA .45 engine.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Rum Runner Racing downloads

Fancy building a wooden electric sport R/C hydroplane boat?

Im not an electric boater but I would think that Rum Runner Racing may have one of the best sites for information and forums for you guys that want to go fast with electric power.

Click HERE for the amazing pdf downloads.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

DEML .45 in testing

You might remember an blog-article I made a little over a year ago about the DEML project engine(s). If not, click HERE.

Now Gerd Deml has made a new .45 sized engine that will be tested this weekend if the weather in Germany permits. It has not yet been decided if there will be any of the very limited edition engines available on the market yet. But if you're interested send Jörgen Andersson a mail to start with...

Email to Jörgen

Thursday, April 1, 2010

JAE Tripple .46

Update: As it was the first day of April yesterday I can tell you that there will be no pdf drawings for download on any tripplet JAE rigger... ;) So to clear things up; there has been no testing of the "JAE Tripple .46 - April Fools Edition". Neither has Rod said anything of the text here below. Have a nice easter weekend and stay clear of spinning props! :) / Niklas

After extensive testing we can now show you the first drawings of the new and ultimate force of 2010 - the all new JAE™ Tripple .46 rigger.

"After what we have experienced with all the other JAE™ riggers in 2009 and 2010 we thought we would try and brake new grounds with a rarely raced triple motored .46 rigger. The JAE™ Tripple .46 is also for you keyboard-racers just one engine unit short of a quad pack! This one is the BEAST of all BEAST's and it will chew your arms and legs right of your body if not handled correctly. The prototypes have been tested with the new A/A .45 engine even though we only could get hold of two engine samples. And before you even ask, we have decided it will NOT be available as an RTR. Even if we carefully checked with our vendors in China we have decided we will leave that market wide open for Aquacraft®. The main reason was that the A/A .45 engine simply put could not be easily converted to pull-start. Performance wise we can tell you that one of the prototypes where as earlier mentioned tested with the A/A .45 and it was radared at approximately 127.321 MPH (about 204.90329 KMH) in turn 1, 2 and 3 and that was with one of them completely lost. It turned out that the Axe-Motor-Rossi manufactured A/A .45 didn't like the Novarossi glow plug - go figure!? Stay tuned for the PDF download tomorrow & stay clear of spinning props - Have a nice day / Rod Geraghty"