World's smallest gas 4-strokes

Gudaitis, Frank
August 1999
Model Airplane News;Aug99, Vol. 127 Issue 8, p154
Features the two of the smallest 4-cycle gas-ignition engines for use in model airplanes. Engineering machinist George Luhrs as builder of the engines; Compression ratio of the engines; Subminiature spark-plug.


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