How to change model airplane engine bearings (part 2 of 2)

Part two of a video that explains how to replace worn bearings in a model airplane engine. It is one of the informational series of videos coming from RCModelReviews.com If you'd like an advertisement included in this video, please contact me. If you found this video to be useful, please rate it.

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How to change model airplane engine bearings (part 1 of 2)
The bearings in most model engines wear out eventually but fortunately changing them is a pretty simple task, requiring no special tools. This video shows you how to change your own bearings and is one of the informational series of videos coming from RCModelReviews.com If you'd like an advertisement included in this video, please contact me.





Starting and Running The ENYA 46 4C Model Airplane Engine
Designed and manufactured in Japan Circa 1985. Smooth running and capable of swinging a big prop for a 7.5 cc engine.. For more information on my old engines, visit my Blog at: http://antiquemodelenginesrunning.blogspot.com/ Or for other aircraft related musings,don't forget to visit my other Blogs at:: http://davideo4301.blogspot.com/





OS FS-52 Four Stroke RC Glow Engine Disassembly
In this video I disassemble an OS Engines FS-52 four stroke. It's narrated. At the end, the front bearing doesn't come out and I would normally push it out with the shaft in the clip in a press. Reassembly Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WO9LRBIc_g Reassembly Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FoLT8VjKqE





When Nitro Engines go BANG!
Nitromethane is a powerful fuel and when you run it in an engine, even a tiny engine like you find in RC Planes, then there's a huge potential for stuff to break. Here's a little look through my box of engines that have gone bang and a postmortem to find out why they failed. The engines I"m looking at today are: - The Russian MDS 61 FIRE - The Thunder Tiger GP61 - The Chinese SK90 All these engines were flown in the same airframe, an AT40 balsa trainer originally designed for a .40-sized engine (oops!).




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