Zenoah G320RC 31.8cc 4-Bolt Engine - Complete with Clutch
Brand new for 2014, the Zenoah G320RC 31.8cc 4-Bolt Engine. All new design - redesigned cylinder, crankcase, crankshaft, piston, etc for an absolute explosion of power, yet still in the same size package as the original Zenoah RC engines (G230RC, G240RC, G260RC, G270RC, G290RC)
This Zenoah G320RC engine has a 38mm bore, and 28mm stroke, for 31.8cc in its stock form. Includes a revolutionary new cylinder design with closed deck transfer ports (two piece), with removable covers.
The release of this Zenoah G320RC engine is the biggest news to hit the R/C engine world in years! We have been testing this engine for the last few months, and the power output is incredible.
This engine's outer clutch housing is available in 2 versions. When ordering, select the clutch housing option you need from the drop-down menu.
bb125d - This version of the engine has a modified "shorty" clutch housing - For R/C cars that were originally designed specifically for CY engines, which have less total engine width. Fits Losi 5ive, Losi Desert Buggy XL (DBXL), and Redcat. A CY fan cover must also be used for this engine to fit a Losi/Redcat. This is the stock fan cover from your Losi/Redcat. We also have these fan covers available for purchase separately (see item eg411), also at the bottom of this page in the "related items". DBXL Owners also need to use the CY Clutch plate and clutch plate bolt for clearance of the clutch bell and edge of the clutch
Note: Aftermarket Billet aluminum clutch housings are available for the Losi 5ive/DBXL & Redcat. (see part number sm106sv). If you plan on using one of these, purchase the bb125c and save yourself $5, as you won't be using the stock clutch housing anyway. For those wanting an aftermarket clutch housing for HPI Baja, these are not yet available - but coming very, very soon :)
This engine is not compatible with most FG Modellsport or Smartech models. The larger crankcase interferes with the input shaft into the transmission.
What is the same as the existing Zenoah R/C engines: