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Old 01-25-2008, 08:49 AM   #1
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Default When was the first four stroke/four cycle motor for R/C?

I am trying to figure out when four stroke or four cycle motors were first introduced for R/C. Anybody recall what was released when? Anything before 1991?
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You'd probably do better asking this in a nitro forum (or airplane), but OS had them in 1976.
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The first 4 stroke marketed for r/c cars I recall was and O.S. (.40?) in the mid 90's.

Big 4 strokes in planes go back much longer...................
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