Thursday, December 16, 2010
STAB Ignition Engine
STAB Ignition Engines were produced in various displacements from 1.25 to 10 CC's. While the manufacturing quality was excellent the compression ratio was far too low for it to be used in high performance applications such as powering model aircraft. Consequently the company's greatest success with their STAB engines was attained when they were used as a marine engine and fitted with a water cooling jacket.
Production of the line ceased in the late 1950's although the company in still in business they no longer produce these model engines.
For more information on the complete line of STAB engines, go to This collectors page
The feature Engine of this page was designed and manufactured in France Circa 1940's.
Type 2 Stroke Gas Ignition;
Displacement Capacity 10 cc
To view a short clip of the starting and running of this fine old engine click on the object below.