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Old 02-08-2010, 08:40 PM   #31
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ST engines whether they be the older Italian engines or the newer ones.........there all excellent. Have about 10 of them and they all run excellent have for years. I also have OS and Saito and ST is right up there with them. IMHO.
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Me too. Some of my best engines required a lot of run time, ie, break in and then a few hours of flight time before they reached full potential.

ST engines, are well made, and IMO still a bargain. I have run a number of the newer MIChina ones and they are IMO just the same as the ealrier offerings MIItaly

There are a lot of great engines today and few poor ones. Yet, some (I am just using OS as an example) can be flown almost out of the box, and some need a few HOURS of break in to get right. But I also find many people blame the engine when they just are not being patient enough.

I ran a ST G34 for years and years, one of my faves. Also had no issues with a 2nd 34, a.40, a 46, two 90's and a 2300.


You hit the nail right on the head, AJ


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