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Old 10-20-2013, 04:34 PM   #161
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I think I will go with Briggs & Stratton! Yup! Good old American Quality. You bet! Won't the boys on F G be proud of me?

On a more serious note, Dale, Now that I know you still have that Enya 240, I would love to hear it in the air! Any chance next summer?
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Old 10-20-2013, 05:11 PM   #162
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I have had both. I do consider GP cylinders to be top notch, as are MVVS/ZDZ using italian coating contractors.
I see nothing wrong with DA cylinders, in the right hands.
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I really really could use a jug and piston from that 100l. Are you gonna hook an easterner up or what ? Request #2
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Old 10-20-2013, 05:16 PM   #163
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I really really could use a jug and piston from that 100l. Are you gonna hook an easterner up or what ? Request #2
DA has amazing service Hanes. Should be able to send it to them and have it back in about 3 weeks. But if it was an EME or GP you could have parts in 3 days.
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Old 10-20-2013, 05:32 PM   #164
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You sound like one of those Guys on FG
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Old 10-20-2013, 05:34 PM   #165
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Wow.. Only 5 pages behind, LOL!!

Guys.. Also don't forget about the plane factor when talking vibs!! It's only when you put various motors on the same plane do you see the massive difference in vibs. My GP123 is not as smooth in this Pilot Yak55M as it was in my Pilot Extra330. After the ZDZ112 flies, we'll have had 5 motors in the Extra330 now and the difference is shocking!!

From experience the Carden's (due to the foam and balsa fuse) and the AeroWorks (due to the shear porkiness) dampen vibs the most.
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You sound like one of those Guys on FG
They keep saying how good the service is so I had to stress that it was very good!!
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DA has amazing service Hanes. Should be able to send it to them and have it back in about 3 weeks. But if it was an EME or GP you could have parts in 3 days.
LOL!! Now that cannot be argued!! Don't forget the one that started it all overseas.. DLE. We can have parts the same afternoon and flying the next day here in GTA

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DA has amazing service Hanes. Should be able to send it to them and have it back in about 3 weeks. But if it was an EME or GP you could have parts in 3 days.
Well that could be true....but when you get EME or GP back...you still don't have anything!!
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Well that could be true....but when you get EME or GP back...you still don't have anything!!
You don't need to send a GP or EME anywhere? Just order the parts
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