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Anonymous
Great customer service

came missing a fuel tank and had a problem with the carburettor, but Engine DIY helped out and sent through all the parts free of charge.

engine is amazing build quality

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Kevin Schmidt

Really good details on the metal and the product is very good really love it

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Mike Reinhard
The Little Engine That Could

The Good:
Excellent packaging, high quality of materials, mostly detailed instructions.
The optional base a piece of art and makes the whole package.
Runs and starts well when all complete.

Needs Work:
Ring compressor #88 not usable, to much angle in a short distance.
Some tolerances tight needed emery cloth dressing.
Exhaust pipe #85 conflicts with brass nipple unless flat is in position.
Cooling fan bearings to tight for fan hub, more emery dressing.
Starter motor had reversed polarity.
Carb adjustments hard to set initially, bottom out is not easily found and a rich mixture results.

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Erez Levy
Exaiting product

I'm in the middle of the built. not too hard yet except the timming section.

it was very helpfull if there was a material description in the table.

Also torqe option to close the screws will be excellent.

in general, im happy and looking forward to start the engine

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Based on 4 reviews
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Anonymous
Great customer service

came missing a fuel tank and had a problem with the carburettor, but Engine DIY helped out and sent through all the parts free of charge.

engine is amazing build quality

K
Kevin Schmidt

Really good details on the metal and the product is very good really love it

M
Mike Reinhard
The Little Engine That Could

The Good:
Excellent packaging, high quality of materials, mostly detailed instructions.
The optional base a piece of art and makes the whole package.
Runs and starts well when all complete.

Needs Work:
Ring compressor #88 not usable, to much angle in a short distance.
Some tolerances tight needed emery cloth dressing.
Exhaust pipe #85 conflicts with brass nipple unless flat is in position.
Cooling fan bearings to tight for fan hub, more emery dressing.
Starter motor had reversed polarity.
Carb adjustments hard to set initially, bottom out is not easily found and a rich mixture results.

E
Erez Levy
Exaiting product

I'm in the middle of the built. not too hard yet except the timming section.

it was very helpfull if there was a material description in the table.

Also torqe option to close the screws will be excellent.

in general, im happy and looking forward to start the engine