Q&A Questions for CISON FG-VT9 9cc V-twin V2 Engine

1. will you do a water cooled version?

not yet. we have only the air-cooled version now. This v2 is a desktop machine, instead of a high-performance one. So it doesn't make big sense to do a water cooling version. If you want, you need to redesign the water channel and can DIY and change the external water pump.

2. Adjustable rockers or not?

yes. this v2 has an adjustable rockers and pushrods.

3. Does it leak?

The valve gap should not be too large, otherwise it will definitely leak, no matter what engine it is. As long as it is within a reasonable range, adjusting the atmospheric valve clearance is equivalent to understandably increase the speed.

4. What is the displacement?

9cc


5. Any turbo or supercharged engines?

not yet. it's hard to make. we might do it in the future.

6. How is it carbureted and type of ignition timing ???

7. What about the oil pump?

8. Will this power my automobile? I need a new motor, and I'm not picky about size.
9. Why no valve covers

10. i run 1/5 scale two strokes. They are all heavily modified 34cc. No way would this engine make enough power,lol.

This is an engine model. if we make it 34cc, the size must be bigger.

11. Does V2 have an output shaft? I mean, I will be able to hook it up to something right? 

12. I got the Cison FG-VT9 last week, the engine is very nice but unfortunately it doesn't run. I know a lot about engines and have already built some myself. When I start the engine, it runs approx. 2-3 seconds and then goes out again. I tried every possible carburettor setting and also used different fuels. I suspect a faulty ignition or tax times. Furthermore, the front cylinder has very little compression. I have already bought the M12 engine and the M16 engine from them and am very satisfied with it. How can we proceed? 

Answer:

There is a problem with the timing of your v2. Follow the below method and then check if there is a spark in the high-voltage cable cap when starting the ignition.

Due to feedback from individual users, we found that the timing gear jacks of several V2 engines did not reach the maximum tight fit. This may cause timing misalignment when the engine runs for a period of time.
After you receive the engine, if you encounter timing problems, please remove the cover and tighten the top wire of the timing gear.
When disassembling, be careful not to get the gear out with the cover, otherwise it will cause the timing to be messed up. After unscrewing all the screws, shake the cover easily to keep the gears in the crankcase, and then find the screw as shown in the picture and tighten it.
If you find that it is the tightest after checking, you can ignore it.


We will use keyway to fix all subsequent engines to completely avoid the possibility of timing errors.
In addition, we will send you a video of the timing adjustment method:

 

 13. Hello, I got the Cison FG-VT9 last week, the engine is very nice but unfortunately it doesn't run. I know a lot about engines and have already built some myself. When I start the engine, it runs approx. 2-3 seconds and then goes out again. I tried every possible carburettor setting and also used different fuels. I suspect a faulty ignition or tax times. Furthermore, the front cylinder has very little compression. I have already bought the M12 engine and the M16 engine from them and am very satisfied with it. How can we proceed? 

My development team replied that there is a problem with the timing of your engine. Please follow the method in the attachment and ask him to check whether there is a spark in the high-voltage line cap when starting the ignition.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1L5tlPkpkq2FRAnp1Fq6Cta5p-U7e1rcM/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=106044807245114836221&rtpof=true&sd=true

 

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