The Remco .29 was originally made in Denver, Colorado by Ralph Mrock. RJL bought him out in 1988. RJL produced some engines from original parts with some RJL produced parts.

The Remco was a copy of the K&B Torpedo .29 Ignition engine built after WWII. It was first available in 1971 and was the last ignition engine of its type to ever be produced.

Original versions were available with blue and red accents.