This 1/4 scale 1931 Aeroneca E113 aero engine with propeller was designed and built by Les Chenery, of the UK, in 2000. The 1/4 scale model measures 8-1/2″-long, 11″-wide, and 9″-high. It has a bore and stroke of 1-1/8″ for a total displacement of 2.2 cubic inches (36cc). The engine will spin its 20″ x 10″ pitch propeller at 2,800 revolutions per minute in counterclockwise rotation. It is designed to burn gasoline on spark ignition and sports a pressurized wet sump lubrication system. Courtesy of Jim and Sally Schiller.

Exhibit added: February 1, 2016 - Last modified: February 1, 2023

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