• Zenoah G62 - German "Titan" Version
  • Zenoah G62 - German "Titan" Version
  • Zenoah G62 - German "Titan" Version

Zenoah G62 - German "Titan" Version


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The motor for our Aeroscale geardrives

Key Features

    One-piece chromed cylinder
    Ball-bearing-supported crankshaft
    Magneto-driven CDI ignition system

Zenoah engines are primarily industrial units put together in flowband work. This means a very solid construction with very high quality of individual components. This is the basis which we use for our ZG engines. It is obvious by industrial mass production that everything possible is done to keep down the often biggest cost component being wages.

According to Komatsu’s information, these engines are assembled in 20 second tact in sub assemblies. Time for completion of one engine is two minutes, of course in such a tempo there is no time for fault finding not to mention correcting.

Toni Clark were aware of this problem as long ago as when they handled Quadras. It was clear to them from the beginning, that every Zenoah engine sold by them and therefore us must be quality controlled in our own workshop. Over the years the check lists have grown ever longer after the motto “Es gibts nichts was es nicht gibt” rather difficult to translate but roughly equates to “there exists nothing that does not exist” in other words anything is possible.

They no longer concentrate only on checking; after stripping down we rebuild and readjust engines for perfection as model aircraft power plants. They employ two full time workers in the engine department who strip down each and every engine, check and clean every component before rebuild just as we would wish for our own very valuable models.

It takes on average thirty minutes per engine and cost for this time has naturally to be part of the selling price.

The very good name and the utter reliability of the Titan ZG engines stems not only from Japan but is “Made in Germany” by Toni Clark.