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EvoJet B170 neo 140N to 180N Jet Engine Package

EvoJet B170 neo 140N to 180N Jet Engine Package

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EvoJet B170 neo – The medium thrust-level, low weight, super-reliable jet engine for all of your medium jet models up to around 20 kg / 55 lb weight. A new mixed-flow compressor allows smooth, responsive operating in a broader turbine speed range. The engine features an electric starter motor and 12 volt electric kerosene burner providing full control over the extra-smooth engine start-up from the transmitter. The neo range features the fuel valves and all sensors fully integrated into the engine itself which will really simplify your installation. A single fuel line system is also used.

The engine features software that can be user-upgraded to higher power levels (160N or 180N) by purchasing the upgrade codes from us. There is no need to even remove the engine from the model to do this and it only takes minutes to do!

  • New mixed-flow-compressor stage (7/7-blade).
  • SFL12V – ceramic burner for fully automatic engine startup with no propane gas and no separate start-tubing.
  • Engine sensors fully integrated and therefore best protected.
  • Fuel valves integrated into the engine – no separate valves to mount.
  • Precision balanced rotor with ceramic-hybrid bearings for best running performance.
  • Mini JETRONIC-Ex ECU – extra lightweight and with powerful, upgradeable firmware.
  • All components have a full EvoJet warranty.

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Additional information

MPN

8175

Model

140N, 160N, 180N

Tech Specs

Thrust performance: 14 kg / 16 kg / 18 kg = 36lb @ 123,000rpm at 180N
Weight incl. mount: 1,7 kg = 3.75 lb  (Engine Only 1585 g)
Diameter: 112 mm = 4.4 inches
Rev speed range: 30,000 – 124,000 rpm
Exhaust gas temperature: 650°C – 720° C
Fuel consumption: 540g / 18.4oz per min Jet A1
Lubrication: 5% MTO2015 (or similar) mix in fuel
Maintenance
interval:
Typically 2-3 years / 120.000.000 revolutions / 50 operating hours