Single-cylinder Four-stroke Gasoline Engine Model with Metal Base and Digital Display | Enginediy

Single-cylinder Four-stroke Gasoline Engine Model with Metal Base and Digital Display | Enginediy

TOYAN 12V/5V Single-cylinder Four-stroke Modified Gasoline Engine Model with Metal Base and Digital Display

A gasoline engine is a type of heat engine, specifically an internal combustion, that is powered by gasoline. These engines are the most common ways of making motor vehicles move.


Features:

Micro Generator: Use TOYAN single-cylinder gasoline engine as the power modified micro generator, change the pure copper flywheel, connect a small generator, with a mobile phone charging digital display.


Convenient and Simple to Use: The product has been assembled intact, equipped with a one-button electric start switch, with a metal base, easier to place and operate. You only need to debug a little according to the instructions, add fuel to run and use.


Superior Quality and Sophisticated Design: The engine is made of aluminum CNC processing, compact and lightweight structure, the generator is small and compact, looks more beautiful and exquisite, long service life, and high playability.


Widely Used: The product can be used for DIY RC model modification; and has a power generation function, which can be used for mobile phone charging, lighting, small-capacity battery charging, scientific experiments, teaching, etc., which is conducive to the development of intelligence, brainpower and practical skills, and many more Application scenarios can be developed by DIY.


Warm Tips: The product has a certain DIY nature, it is recommended that you have a certain practical ability. This model is a low-power generator model, which cannot drive high-power electrical appliances.

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