Does anyone have any experience w/ this motor. Anyone know who actually makes it for Orion? Was thinking about putting this in my R40.
80051 Team Orion .12 ROAR - Rear exhaust, SG shaft, Slide Carburator
RPM: 37,000 - HP: 1.45 Bore: 13.8 - Stroke: 14.0
Orion Wasp .12 ROAR
FEATURES: Rear round exhaust opening with rubber gasket installed.
Slide valve carb insures good on-road performance (see COMMENTS).
Crankshaft is threaded on inside for pilot shaft clutch
INCLUDES: One Wasp .12 Roar Nitro Powered Engine with slide valve carburetor,
pinch bolt and nut for attaching carb, parts list and instruction
REQUIRES: Medium temperature glow plug.
Header, depends on type and brand of vehicle.
Fuel with at least 18% lubricant and 10-20% nitro. Most of the fuels
we carry meet or exceed the lubricant content required for optimum
performance and maximum engine life. In the past, the conventional
lubricant content in fuel was 18%. But with new technologies
fuels like Red Alert and O'Donnell for example, have a better
quality of lubricants even though the percentages of lubricant
are lower. These high-tech lubricants provide exceptional cooling
SPECS: Displacement: 0.129cu in (2.11cc)
Horsepower: 1.45bhp @ 37,000 RPM
Bore: 0.54" (13.8mm)
Stroke: 0.55" (14.0mm)
High Speed Needle Valve: 1-1.5 turns from closed
Low Speed Needle Valve: 3-3.5 turns from closed
Exhaust opening: 0.59" (15mm)
Distance between mounting holes opposite side:
Distance between mounting holes same side: 0.47" (12mm)
Distance from top of head to bottom of mounting flanges: 2.91" (74mm)
Distance from top of head to bottom of crankcase: 3.38" (86mm)
Distance from bottom of flanges to crankcase bottom: 0.47" (12mm)
Distance from back of engine to end of crankshaft: 3.46" (88mm)
Distance between mounting flanges: 1.53" (39mm)