The two things you can count on in giant scale.
The first is that you can always use a little more power. And the second is that there's a DLE engine to deliver it.
The DLE-55 generates 2.2-4.4 pounds of static thrust than the original DLE-50.
That means you'll have the throttle response you need at any time and attitude...and the power you need to nail any maneuver you want to fly.
|DLE electronic ignition
Electronic ignition is the no-hassle answer to simpler starts, higher performance and minimal RF noise.
|Loaded with "extras!"
With DLE, accessories are an added value instead of an extra cost. The DLE-55 package includes electronic ignition, a muffler, spark plug, gasket, bolts, machined aluminum standoffs, a throttle arm extension and a mounting template.
Stock Number: DLEG0055
Displacement: 55.6 cc (3.392 cu in)
Bore: 1.77 in (45 mm)
Stroke: 1.38 X in (35 mm)
Weight: 3.5 lb (1.59 kg)
RPM Range: 1,350-8,500
Output: 5.5 hp @ 7,500 rpm
Requires: Gasoline, oil, ignition battery & propeller
Includes: electronic ignition, muffler, spark plug, gasket, bolts, machined aluminum standoffs, throttle arm extension & mounting template
Suggested Propellers: 22x8, 22x10, 23x8 & 23x10
Manifold: 4-petal, V-type, reed-valve, bottom induction
Ignition Battery: 4.8-6.0V NiCd or NiMH, 6.6V LiFe or 7.4V LiPo pack
Compression Ratio: 7.6:1
Gasoline/Oil Mix: 30:1
Replacement Spark Plug: NGK CM6 (DLEG5510) or equivalent
Weights (Individual): Engine: 47.6 oz (1,350 g); Exhaust: 3.5 oz (100 g); Ignition: 4.2 oz (120 g)
DLEQ0551 DLE Engines Propeller Drill Guide DLE-55
HCAM6351 Hobbico HydriMax Ultra 6V 2000mAh NiMH Pack
KSFP0310 Klotz® ModeLUBE® 32:1 - 50:1 Synthetic Oil for 2-S Gasoline Engines
XOAQ2208 Xoar 22x8 PJA Beech Propeller
FPWP4195 FlightPower EON-X Lite 7.4V 2100mAh 25C LiPo Pack
FPWM0290 FlightPower 5A Voltage Regulator (if LiPo or LiFe pack is used.)
HCAM6435 Hobbico LiFeSource 6.6V 1100mAh 10C LiFe Pack
XOAQ2210 Xoar 22x10 PJA Beech Propeller
XOAQ2308 Xoar 23x8 PJA Beech Propeller
XOAQ2310 Xoar 23x10 PJA Beech Propeller
See your local hobby dealer for additional recommendations.
See engine manual for proper break-in procedures.