Norvel AME-049

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Norvel AME-049, © Ed Stevens

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This was a re-engineered derivative of the original AME-049. It was a plain bearing engine using AAN (aluminium,aluminium, nickel) cylinder technology. A special button plug replaced the conventional plug used by the original AME-049. There was also a minor revision to the crank case casting that strengthened the front end.

These engines were light and are competitive in 1/2A, especially on light models.

October 2009: Norvel appear to be out of business. Their website is now a link farm operated by Tucows. Engines and parts are no longer stocked by SIG.