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FS-S100AS 4-Stroke Methanol Engine

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It is no secret that Stirling engines are great for teaching physics. They are not the only type of engine you can use in the classroom though. Take the WOLFBSUH Toyan FS-S100AS Methanol Engine: it is a 4-stroke engine that fits in the palm of your hand. As it runs on Methanol, your students will be able to clearly see how various engine parts work.

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This engine has a speed of up to 13,500rpm. It has an aluminum alloy and steel construction. The fuel tank has 90mL capacity, which lasts up to 40 minutes.

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