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Old 10-20-2013, 09:21 AM   #141
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That DA150L is in the way. Now if you had an empty cowl staring you in the face. It would be get out of the way, here she comes!

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Old 10-20-2013, 09:22 AM   #142
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Hanes, if I didn't throw that DA crank away I'll send it too you.
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Old 10-20-2013, 09:22 AM   #143
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How about, instead of measuring static thrust. We just tie two airframes tail/tail. Tug-O-War style.
Say my Evolution 116, with Brad's EME 120.

All in the west know of my big rope. would work well.

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LOL!! You guys make it out like im bragging up my EME. I know its not the most powerful one on the market but Im also saying don't knock until you tried it. You can't make comments unless you've used one
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Old 10-20-2013, 09:29 AM   #144
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Brad, I bought an EME35 before Jack. Still have mine. Kind of a don't talk about it when Jack is around engine. I ran it last week-end. Still puzzles me how Jack "approches" these little marvels.
There are quite a few EME's in this part of the country. I also know the kill ratio. Mostly pilot/tractor pilot related. As they are rather short lived performing plow duty.
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Old 10-20-2013, 09:31 AM   #145
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Brad, I bought an EME35 before Jack. Still have mine. Kind of a don't talk about it when Jack is around engine. I ran it last week-end. Still puzzles me how Jack "approches" these little marvels.
There are quite a few EME's in this part of the country. I also know the kill ratio. Mostly pilot/tractor pilot related. As they are rather short lived performing plow duty.
IM happy with mine so far. BRapps the crap out of a 29x9 falcon and super smooth. I couldn't imagine putting a da-120 paintshaker on an airframe I spent that much time on
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Old 10-20-2013, 09:41 AM   #146
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IM happy with mine so far. BRapps the crap out of a 29x9 falcon and super smooth. I couldn't imagine putting a da-120 paintshaker on an airframe I spent that much time on
Must be our altitude. I bought Jacks DA120, on RE2's. I think it is rather smooth.
The EME 120's around here are smooth as well. But your 29 X 9, verse the 116, swinging a 30 X 10. Why is my Evolution swinging so much more prop. I have always wondered why they havn't be used more. Must be the rear carb.
Mine hanges my 38% Extra all day long vertical @ 38lbs. Poor pull out but hangs.
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Old 10-20-2013, 09:47 AM   #147
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Must be our altitude. I bought Jacks DA120, on RE2's. I think it is rather smooth.
The EME 120's around here are smooth as well. But your 29 X 9, verse the 116, swinging a 30 X 10. Why is my Evolution swinging so much more prop. I have always wondered why they havn't be used more. Must be the rear carb.
Mine hanges my 38% Extra all day long vertical @ 38lbs. Poor pull out but hangs.
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Hint Dale: What did you say a replacement ignition was gonna cost?
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Old 10-20-2013, 10:07 AM   #149
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Hint Dale: What did you say a replacement ignition was gonna cost?
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Just got mine running again. with one of these. Used from a Chinese part-out. Cost, minimal, friends.
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Old 10-20-2013, 10:13 AM   #150
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Yeah weird you don't see them more
Higher investment cost. And higher static weight. But balls all day long!
Not near as strong as the DA150. But as enjoyable.
Rats, the photo of both 38% Extra's are in my dead laptop.
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