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Old 09-28-2014, 08:59 AM   #14371
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Last few years end of sept / early October has offer us Ontarian's some of the best "fair" weather all year in my opinion.
This year is no exception. Winds are great clear sky's and nice mid twenties temps
Ya Hanes!! This weekend has been one of the finest for flying all year.

Just hoping we have another month or two before the skiis have to come out!!
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Old 09-28-2014, 09:04 AM   #14373
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I have to humbly admit that both of the EME engines I owned were trouble free. Jeff's son has my 35 which in my opinion had more power than the DLE 35's. The 120 I had went to Shawn up here in McMurray and it is so close to my DA120 in power you cannot tell the difference in the air. On the ground you can tell which is the EME as it idles smoother.

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Old 09-28-2014, 09:05 AM   #14374
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LOL!! Very short month!!

But with his inability to crush the sweetheart EME35, that's about as good of a testamony as there is... EME sales would skyrocket
LOL....no inabilities, that's proven!

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Old 09-28-2014, 09:06 AM   #14375
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I have to humbly admit that both of the EME engines I owned were trouble free. Jeff's son has my 35 which in my opinion had more power than the DLE 35's. The 120 I had went to Shawn up here in McMurray and it is so close to my DA120 in power you cannot tell the difference in the air. On the ground you can tell which is the EME as it idles smoother.

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I have to humbly admit that both of the EME engines I owned were trouble free. Jeff's son has my 35 which in my opinion had more power than the DLE 35's. The 120 I had went to Shawn up here in McMurray and it is so close to my DA120 in power you cannot tell the difference in the air. On the ground you can tell which is the EME as it idles smoother.

(I am going to regret saying that)
Ya good mid value engines. more power than dle a little less than da / gp and easy to tune. My recommendation....just get out and fly
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I have to humbly admit that both of the EME engines I owned were trouble free. Jeff's son has my 35 which in my opinion had more power than the DLE 35's. The 120 I had went to Shawn up here in McMurray and it is so close to my DA120 in power you cannot tell the difference in the air. On the ground you can tell which is the EME as it idles smoother.

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The Lad has my EME 35 now to. What a good young Man. I bet he flies more than most of us next year.

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Just thinking out loud. But would it not be fitting Michael ends up with Jacks too!

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The Lad has my EME 35 now to. What a good young Man. I bet he flies more than most of us next year.

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Just thinking out loud. But would it not be fitting Michael ends up with Jacks too!

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I could give it away to someone fitting.....
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