Saito FG – 100 TS


Saito FG – 100 TS

Deze motor is tijdelijk niet leverbaar wegens een export verbod vanuit Japan.

100 cc viertakt boxer motor op benzine. Als olie adviseren wij Klotz olie  met een verhouding van 1:15 tot 1:20 gemengd met Euro 98 waarbij 1:20 echt de minimale smering is. Inhoud 100 cc, bore 43,6 mm stroke 33,6 mm gewicht 4040 gram prop 25×12 – 27×10 toerental 5500 – 5700 u/min. Gebruik voor de ontstekingsaccu een lipo van 2/1000 30C

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  • One-piece cylinder / cylinder head: this method of construction saves weight, prevents distortion and promotes efficient cooling. The inside of the cylinder is hard-chromed; there is no separate cylinder liner.
  • Ringed, high silicon-content aluminium piston.
  • Robust connecting rod forged from heavy-duty aluminium, with phosphor-bronze big-end bush for running on petrol.
  • High-strength crankshaft forged from chrome-molybdenum steel, supported in twin ballraces.
  • Space-saving front-mounted camshaft and cam gears, with steep-rise cam for efficient fuel induction.
  • Highly efficient cylinder with pent-roof combustion chamber.
  • Similar exhaust note to that of a typical single-cylinder four-stroke engine.
  • Carburettor with membrane pump, specifically designed for four-stroke petrol engines.
  • Electronic battery ignition system expressly developed for sparkplug operation.
  • Runs on standard two-stroke fuel mixture (e.g. moped or lawnmower mix).


Introducing Saito’s latest addition to their range of Petrol(Gas) Four-Stroke engines the FG-100TS Twin. With the same high quality build we expect from Saito.

Canister is unnecessary, mellow 4st boxer sound with standard exhaust. A perfect engine for aerobatic and scale models in 2st-70cc class. Ultra-fuel efficiency. Approx. 20cc/minute (full throttle at ground bench).

The Saito FG petrol engine is a four-stroke power plant developed expressly for use in model aircraft, combining high performance and durability with low weight. The engine is based on the FA-220 glowplug engine, but features a number of detail modifications, including a carburettor suitable for petrol and an electronic ignition system.

The result is a very frugal engine with lower fuel costs. Model soiling is greatly reduced, and the engine can be hand-started in the normal direction of rotation – no starting equipment required.