|User's Guide (351.3 KB)||This is the User's Guide for the Magnum XLS .46A-RNV Engine|
Magnum XLS .46A-RNV
Two-Stroke R/C Aircraft Engine
This is a Magnum XLS .46A-RNV Two-Stroke R/C Aircraft Engine. The XLS .46A-RNV is a single cylinder, two-cycle engine incorporating ABC (Aluminum piston, Chrome plated Brass sleeve) technology for long life, high power output and easy break-in. A dual needle valve carburetor for precise fuel/airflow metering with an optional rear needle valve assembly is standard.
Your Magnum XLS series engine was designed by expert engineers and built by master craftsmen using only the highest quality materials and CNC machinery. These qualities provide the long life and dependability you have come to expect from an engine of this caliber. Magnum XLS Series are true ABC engines with true hard chrome plated (not nickel) brass cylinder sleeves for longest service life. Front rotor Schneurle porting optimizes power and efficiency of the two-stroke design, and aerospace quality steel ball bearings reduce friction to maximize RPM and power.
Magnum has been bringing you high performance engines at an affordable price for more than 20 years! During that time the line has grown and expanded to offer a full line of 4-stroke and 2-stroke engines. And, all are made from the finest materials on the latest machinery. Plus, you get the added security of a full one-year warranty that protects you from any manufacturing defects and or premature wear (crash damage not covered). For reliability, high quality, and performance the choice is MAGNUM!
• ABC Piston and Sleeve
• Dual Ball Bearing-Supported Crankshaft
• Dual Bushing-Supported Connecting Rod
• Squared-Off Cylinder Head Fits Easier into Cowls While Still Providing Good Cooling
• Rear-Mounted Needle Valve Option Included
• Includes Muffler
• Displacement: 0.454ci (7.45cc)
• Bore: 22.0mm
• Stroke: 19.6mm
• Practical RPM: 2,000 to 17,500
• Weight with Muffler: 16.0oz (453g)
• Weight without Muffler: 13.1oz (371g)
• Crankshaft Thread Size: 1/4 - 28
*Requires glow plug, fuel, propeller and support equipment. We recommend using 10% ~ 20% Nitro Methane Fuel with 18% ~ 20% Castor Oil/Synthetic Oil Blend Lubricant. We recommend using a hot heat-range glow plug designed for high-performance 2-stroke engines, such as Thunderbolt #3. Propeller size will vary based on many factors. We recommend a 10 x 6 propeller for break-in.
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You must use a 'hot' glo plug as recommended by Manufacturer.
I use Thunderbolt #115493. (Posted on 2/15/12)
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- Outstanding! Review by Austin Flyer
From what I can tell it is using about 1/2 ounce of fuel per minute. I had my timer set for 8 minutes and still had plenty of fuel left in an 8oz. tank.
All I can say is I am very happy I bought this engine, can't wait to take it out again.
If you buy one I think you will be very happy you did, I know I am! (Posted on 1/14/12)
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is still not completely broken in yet and still developing its maximum power.
Super value for the money,I had enough money left over to purchase and fit a
A Jett Muffler is effectively a tuned pipe. This addition greatly increased the engine power out ,improved overall engine performance.
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- Clocked at 93 MPH Review by Donald
Some people tell me the engine is no good and they cant get it to run.
I tell them O K and ask them for the Engine.
You don't like it send it to me....... (Posted on 10/7/10)
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