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Old 09-28-2014, 09:49 AM   #14391
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Your really twisting my arm I might stop by around noon and look at our options o
Brodie power the SOB up. What is with the 35cc in a 50 frame? Drop an 80cc in a 50 yes. Drop an 35cc in a 20 frame yes. There is no replacement for displacement unless you are going for scale event try outs. Use less stick if you are trying to make an impression.

No sane person puts a 4cylinder in a hot rod when a v8 will fit.
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Old 09-28-2014, 09:51 AM   #14392
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Brodie power the SOB up. What is with the 35cc in a 50 frame? Drop an 80cc in a 50 yes. Drop an 35cc in a 20 frame yes. There is no replacement for displacement unless you are going for scale event try outs. Use less stick if you are trying to make an impression.

No sane person puts a 4cylinder in a hot rod when a v8 will fit.
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Old 09-28-2014, 09:52 AM   #14393
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Jeff, I have an MVVS 26. It fits in a 50cc cowl. What do you think? It is a powerhouse.

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Old 09-28-2014, 09:55 AM   #14394
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We I just check the garage it will cost me to much for this experiment. Would have to buy three more servos and a tuned pipe .boo so smaller airframe savox 1251's all around and a front exit eme can. Can't put a pipe in this one without some chopping
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If you are under powered you and only go so far, if you are over powered you can always back off a hair.
I like the fact that most planes can do something unusual and unique that they cannot do if powered normally.
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No wonder he lost his monthly spot on the wall. I hope he didn't experience a gas leak at work. Lorne should keep an Eye on him.
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If you are under powered you and only go so far, if you are over powered you can always back off a hair.
I like the fact that most planes can do something unusual and unique that they cannot do if powered normally.
I would never over power a plane
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No wonder he lost his monthly spot on the wall. I hope he didn't experience a gas leak at work. Lorne should keep an Eye on him.
Last well I was one was sour lol h2s monitor was always going off lol
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Jeff, I have an MVVS 26. It fits in a 50cc cowl. What do you think? It is a powerhouse.

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That is the 2nd Gayest thing I have read today. But it is your plane and motor. Maybe a pipe will help. Maybe it will be like a civic with a fart can muffler.
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