Big Power for Big Aircraft
At 21.5 horsepower, the DLE-222 has more than enough power to push your plane through the air. And with an all-up weight of just over twelve pounds, it has the power-to-weight balance to make the most of it. Dual carbs help you fine tune it, sealed bearings keep it running smoothly and two mufflers keep it down to a dull roar. And for all you get — including mufflers, mount, standoffs and a 6-bolt prop hub — the value-to-price ratio is impressive, too.
|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-222 package includes 2 mufflers, 4 spark plugs, gaskets, bolts, machined aluminum standoffs, a throttle arm extension, mount and mounting template.
Stock Number: DLEG0222
Displacement: 13.6 cu in (222.5 cc)
Bore: 1.77 in (45 mm)
Stroke: 1.38 in (35 mm)
Weight: 12.37 lb (5.61 kg)
RPM Range: 1,000-7,500
Output: 21.5 hp @ 7,500 rpm
Requires: Gasoline, oil, two ignition batteries & propeller
Includes: dual electronic ignition, 2 mufflers, 4 spark plugs, gaskets, bolts, machined aluminum standoffs, 6-bolt prop hub, throttle arm extension, mount & mounting template
Suggested Propellers: 32x10, 32x12 & 34x10
Ignition Battery: two 4.8-6.0V NiCd or NiMH, 6.6V LiFe or 7.4V LiPo Packs (Voltage regulator required with LiPo or LiFe use.)
Compression Ratio: 7.6:1
Gasoline/Oil Mix: 30:1
Replacement Spark Plug: DLEG2226
HCAM6351 (2) Hobbico HydriMax Ultra 6V 2000mAh NiMH Packs
XOAQ3210 Xoar 32x10 Beechwood Propeller
DLEQ1701 DLE Propeller Drill Guide DLE-170/DLE-222
DLEG2226 DLE 222-Q26 Spark Plug
FPWM1212 FlightPower FPRX 7.4V 2100mAh LiPo Batteries
FPWM0290 (2) FlightPower 5A Voltage Regulators (if a LiPo or LiFe pack is used.)
HCAM6426 (2) Hobbico LiFeSource 6.6V 1800mAh 10C LiFe Packs
XOAQ3212 Xoar 32x12 Beechwood Propeller
XOAQ3410 Xoar 34x10 Beechwood Propeller
See your favorite hobby retailer for additional recommendations.
See engine manual for proper break-in procedures.