Tundrawolf Posted July 10, 2019 Share Posted July 10, 2019 I have experience with formula one motors, and have owned the Cannondale E440 as well as the Honda RF450X, both of which mirror the F1 style 5 digit rev ceiling engines. Studying welding on college, I know a great deal about fabrication, what is the limiting factor on using a Honda CRF450X engine to drive the prop of a paramotor? Cooling and radiator aside, cetrifugnal clutch etc. These are stone dead reliable high revving engines. I even see a certain company using the CRF250 engine as 4 stroke fodder to power a parachute. Any reasons why not? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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