MUSA F1-2.7cc Mini OHV Vertical Single-Cylinder Four-Stroke Air Cooled Gasoline Engine Internal Combustion Engine Model Crafts
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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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25%
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Harold (Berlin, DE)
F1

Here first pictures of the F1, test run has taken place,
the engine runs satisfactorily.
The cooling is not in order because the fan blades run upside down. On the other hand, Musa has not managed to seal the engine properly!
I demand from Musa to deliver a new fan wheel with the blades run the right way!
It helps no one everywhere to carve his "Musa" but the engine with defects to throw on the market.
A brand is measured by the perfect execution, not by the marking on the parts.
Video I post when Musa has delivered and the engine cools properly.

C
Chris Garcia (Sacramento, US)
First Impressions of the MUSA F-1 engine

Received the MUSA F-1 yesterday and was surprised at how nice it was when I unpacked it. So today I gave it a go to run it. So right off the bat the white points wire was broken free from the connector so had to re-solder it back on. So after doing that I put in some Lighter fluid and hooked up a battery and started to crank it over, seemed like it had allot of compression at first but after several attempts it seamed to loosen way up and engine oil and fuel overtook the cylinder. So popped off the head and drained the excess out. Back at trying to Start it and it just wouldn’t go and so tried adjusting the mixture and also the timing. Still nothing so I then drained the lighter fluid and use 50-1 fuel mix. Proceeded to crank it some more and it finally took off. I will try straight gas next time. The one thing I will say it the base should have been designed fully to hold the batteries and electronics. Also it really dumps excess oil out the points end of the crankshaft. Overall I’m very very pleased.

H
Harold (Berlin, DE)
Musa F1?

Here is a first summary of Musa F1 engine.
As expected, the engine is made of very well-fitting CNC parts and looks very good at first glance.
What bothers me is that Musa has thought the engine to the end but has not realized.
Why do I design a base that is intended to hold an AA battery and has space for a CDI ignition if you then do not install it?
The engine runs counterclockwise but the fan wheel is designed the wrong way round, the blades are the wrong way round, what's the point?
Maybe Musa can comment on this.
I'll post more when the engine is fully tested, then again with video.
Many greetings Harold

H
Harold (Berlin, DE)
F1 Engine after revision

Here is a small video of the F1 engine.
The engine runs well.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
75%
(3)
25%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
H
Harold (Berlin, DE)
F1

Here first pictures of the F1, test run has taken place,
the engine runs satisfactorily.
The cooling is not in order because the fan blades run upside down. On the other hand, Musa has not managed to seal the engine properly!
I demand from Musa to deliver a new fan wheel with the blades run the right way!
It helps no one everywhere to carve his "Musa" but the engine with defects to throw on the market.
A brand is measured by the perfect execution, not by the marking on the parts.
Video I post when Musa has delivered and the engine cools properly.

C
Chris Garcia (Sacramento, US)
First Impressions of the MUSA F-1 engine

Received the MUSA F-1 yesterday and was surprised at how nice it was when I unpacked it. So today I gave it a go to run it. So right off the bat the white points wire was broken free from the connector so had to re-solder it back on. So after doing that I put in some Lighter fluid and hooked up a battery and started to crank it over, seemed like it had allot of compression at first but after several attempts it seamed to loosen way up and engine oil and fuel overtook the cylinder. So popped off the head and drained the excess out. Back at trying to Start it and it just wouldn’t go and so tried adjusting the mixture and also the timing. Still nothing so I then drained the lighter fluid and use 50-1 fuel mix. Proceeded to crank it some more and it finally took off. I will try straight gas next time. The one thing I will say it the base should have been designed fully to hold the batteries and electronics. Also it really dumps excess oil out the points end of the crankshaft. Overall I’m very very pleased.

H
Harold (Berlin, DE)
Musa F1?

Here is a first summary of Musa F1 engine.
As expected, the engine is made of very well-fitting CNC parts and looks very good at first glance.
What bothers me is that Musa has thought the engine to the end but has not realized.
Why do I design a base that is intended to hold an AA battery and has space for a CDI ignition if you then do not install it?
The engine runs counterclockwise but the fan wheel is designed the wrong way round, the blades are the wrong way round, what's the point?
Maybe Musa can comment on this.
I'll post more when the engine is fully tested, then again with video.
Many greetings Harold

H
Harold (Berlin, DE)
F1 Engine after revision

Here is a small video of the F1 engine.
The engine runs well.