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The Saito™ FG-33R3 engine is the gas/petrol version of the existing FA-200R3 glow engine. Above and beyond the advantages of a 4-stroke gas engine, this is the engine for those who like to run clean and efficient engines. Accompanied by the Saito power and precision craftsmanship, the distinguished look and sweet sound, this is the engine many of you have been waiting for. This engine provides easy starts and reliable performance due to the 2S LiPo-compatible electronic ignition. The Saito designed carburetor is specially made for 4-stroke engines, ensuring reliable fuel feed and outstanding performance at any attitude. Complete with mufflers, engine mount, and electronic ignition.
As an expert in reliable 4-strokes, Saito engineers have spent years developing the best-built 4-stroke gas engines. The power-to-weight ratio of a Saito engine creates a one-of-a-kind flying experience. For serious modelers, the long awaited arrival of a high-quality, powerful and precision craftsmanship gas engine is here.
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Leadzeplin5.0 star rating
Very Happy With These Engines
Review by Leadzeplin on 27 Nov 2019review stating Very Happy With These Engines
I bought two of these engines. Ran both of them in on a stand and then for the first few flights on both engines I continued to use the 15 to 1 mix. One of them did come with a faulty spark box but HH took care of it in a quick fashion and returned engine with a new one. Problem solved. Don't let the bad reviews scare ya....this engine starts easy and tunes easy, sounds good and has been 100% reliable in the air. No dead sticks.
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Helibug5.0 star rating
going in a 800 size UAV RC Gas Helicopter !
Review by Helibug on 28 Dec 2017review stating going in a 800 size UAV RC Gas Helicopter !
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Buz H.5.0 star rating
Saito FG33-R3 Radial rocks
Review by Buz H. on 11 Jul 2014review stating Saito FG33-R3 Radial rocks
I am just finishing up the break-in of this sweet radial. Of course, the sound is outstanding, it's a radial after all!. But what amazes me is how smooth the engine is. Even wide open, its a very smooth running engine. With a 16 X 10 APC I am getting around 8000 RPM but I'm being very careful to keep things on the rich side. Still need to finalize adjustments of the low end mixture, it's still too rich on the low end, but its clear this is going to yet another great Saito engine. Don't assume the needle is in the correct position when you receive it. Set it to the factory recommended setting before you start it. As shipped, it is nearly closed and would be disastrous if run that way. Oh, did I mention the sound is outstanding?
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Masplane4.0 star rating
Love that radial sound...and look!
Review by Masplane on 24 Jun 2014review stating Love that radial sound...and look!
Building the Hangar 9 DHC-2 Beaver 30cc and was thrilled to learn that the FG-33R3 would fit within the radial cowl. The overall scale application of a radial in the Beaver was enough for me to justify the premium. Opening the box I was pleased with the design fit & finish of the engine. So much so that I enjoyed it as "desk art" for a long while before moving forward with the installation.
Before mounting, I sent my engine out to have it modded to optimize the intake plenum and have it professionally run-in. Happy to say that I received excellent HH support throughout the process. Received my engine back and installed in the DHC-2. Using included 'flexi-tube' exhaust, it rev's smoothly to 8800 RPM using a 18x8 carbon fiber prop. Sound great on the ground and in the air! It runs very efficient, getting about 15 minutes with the stock Hangar 9 fuel tank.
Look forward to installing an exhaust ring in the future for even more of that distinctive radial sound!
Based on this experience, I'm already shopping for airframes for the new FG-60R3 :)
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Review by Theg36 on 8 Nov 2019review stating Paper Weight
Followed the break in procedures with the recommended oil and mixture listed in the instructions. During the break in process noticed cylinder 1 and 2 not firing based on cylinder heat and very low rpm. cylinder 3 was 180 F at the plug, the other two were at 70 F. After some additional time cylinder 1 began to fire but cylinder 2 never fired. Checked spark plug spark, and gaps and everything checked ok but still no ignition in cylinder 2. Horizon said send it back and try again. This was one expensive paper weight.
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