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Old 07-17-2014, 08:43 PM   #12031
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Nice Doug. My 120 performed really well on those cans!! What prop did you run? I loved the 28x9.5 and 29x9 Falcons!!
Trevor I was running a Mej 28x12 turning just shy of 6200. On the first run up it was only 59 and change. I am thinking of switching to a Falcon 28x10 CF that I have which will be a bit less load for break in. I have a couple 29x9 as well but one is on my Hempel Cub and the other on my Ultimate.
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Old 07-17-2014, 08:47 PM   #12032
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I agree.

Lorne has some nice stuff.

The Aeroplus line are nice planes. The Edge, Extra or Corvus are nice planes.
I have the 60 cc Edge. Its awesome. A buddy has the Extra. I have flown it. Nice bird as well.

The Aeroplus line are good planes at a good price .
Brad I beleive their putting out the vw in a 100cc version this year too
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Old 07-17-2014, 08:48 PM   #12033
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Here you go Trevor. It will be Wendell's plans as well.
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Old 07-17-2014, 09:09 PM   #12034
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Trevor I was running a Mej 28x12 turning just shy of 6200. On the first run up it was only 59 and change. I am thinking of switching to a Falcon 28x10 CF that I have which will be a bit less load for break in. I have a couple 29x9 as well but one is on my Hempel Cub and the other on my Ultimate.
Ya!! To run that 28x12 effectively you need a torquey motor like the 3W110cs or the GP123. The 29x9 will let it rev a bit more and get it back into the sweet spot.
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Old 07-17-2014, 09:11 PM   #12035
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Brad I beleive their putting out the vw in a 100cc version this year too
Yes they are
It's on my short list
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Old 07-17-2014, 09:13 PM   #12036
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Here you go Trevor. It will be Wendell's plans as well.
We had a Beaver email going amongst the E.M. Looking for the best scheme and that one was very high on the list!!!

There's any amphibius beaver parked outdoors at the Burlington airport about 8min from my house and when I was over last time getting some JetA, I took about 500 pics of every detail, LOL!! Massive planes up close
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Old 07-17-2014, 09:18 PM   #12037
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Of all the ARFs out there it appears the 50cc sized stuff has taken the biggest jump in price in the past year, or am I out-to-lunch? Most of my used servos (mostly Savox) are too big (dimension and torque) for 30cc planes and too small (torque) for 100cc planes.

Great Hobbies doesn't seem to carry any 50cc stock in Edmonton, everything is shipped from back East. AMR is the other option, but, even if they're having their "Free Shipping" sale once it hits Sk. there is a flat rate of $75 to get your package (+ 100 mile round trip to the closest Bus depot).

Have a sister and brother-in-law in Az. Might get him to do my shopping...... Down that way it seems a 40% plane is the disposable unit!!!
Brent... Massive indication right here that you need to move to E.M. Land where we can better take care of you and keep you well stocked with 50cc airframes!!!

I'll check with the circle of trust, but I'm sure everyone would vote in favour of shipping Jim (Scaleguy) out a West for a trade for you . Call it an E.M.-W.C exchange program, LOL
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Old 07-17-2014, 09:21 PM   #12038
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We had a Beaver email going amongst the E.M. Looking for the best scheme and that one was very high on the list!!!

There's any amphibius beaver parked outdoors at the Burlington airport about 8min from my house and when I was over last time getting some JetA, I took about 500 pics of every detail, LOL!! Massive planes up close
Nice, are you going to load the pictures online some were?
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Old 07-17-2014, 09:24 PM   #12039
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Brent... Massive indication right here that you need to move to E.M. Land where we can better take care of you and keep you well stocked with 50cc airframes!!!

I'll check with the circle of trust, but I'm sure everyone would vote in favour of shipping Jim (Scaleguy) out a West for a trade for you . Call it an E.M.-W.C exchange program, LOL
I'll volunteer to chauffeur!!
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Old 07-17-2014, 09:27 PM   #12040
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