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A/A 45 engine wins major European International 7.5cc FSR-V comp   Date: Sunday 17 June, 2012

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Andras Berta, of Hungary, wins7.5cc FSR-V competition and the 3.5cc event using an Axe Rossi version of our A/A 21 SLS Marine engine.

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A/A 45 engine wins major European International 7.5cc FSR-V competition. First place went to Andras Berta, a Hungarian. He also won the 3.5cc event using an Axe Rossi version of our A/A 21 SLS Marine engine.

Ten different countries entered this competition. There were two qualification rounds to determine which boats will be in the Final race. Each race is 12 or 13 boats racing for 30 minutes. The same A/A 45 ran both qualification heats and then the 30 minute final with no changes. That is 90 minutes of racing, using 3 glow plugs, and no parts failures.

Third place went to the CMB Factory Team who were equipped with several factory prepared engines. As results like these continue, this may soon change but at the moment the popular engine is the CMB 45. Normally 50 to 100 boats enter at these events. It is really big in Europe, Asia and Africa.

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