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Old 12-03-2014, 12:18 PM   #17781
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Old 12-03-2014, 12:19 PM   #17782
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Oh c,mon, you'll be all over the supercharged Shiny when it's released.
Yes I will

But they're still another 6 weeks away from having them ready, LMAO!!

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Old 12-03-2014, 12:25 PM   #17783
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My text function on my phone crashed when Lorne sent me the price of the EFI upgrade, LOL!!! $2799 for EFI vs $6 for a screwdriver... huuum!! Tough decision, LOL.

Looks like I stay with the GP176evo
I think this system is a little too advanced for us
no mid range richness though, fuel is adjusted for optimal at different rpm at different altitudes. This allows an fpv to burn minimum fuel at cruising speed. This would greatly increase the range as a normal two stroke engine burns way more fuel than needed at mid range

Might need one of these for our new project hey dano
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Old 12-03-2014, 12:34 PM   #17784
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I think this system is a little too advanced for us
no mid range richness though, fuel is adjusted for optimal at different rpm at different altitudes. This allows an fpv to burn minimum fuel at cruising speed. This would greatly increase the range as a normal two stroke engine burns way more fuel than needed at mid range

Might need one of these for our new project hey dano
So is mvvs kinda saying their motors are used in attack drones?
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Old 12-03-2014, 01:07 PM   #17785
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Lol. Looks like they should look at how evolution does it. Fuel injected 62cc for under $600. With the engine!!!
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Wow!! catch that!! I want to study it........
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Just cause stuff is cheaper like eme doesn't mean it is junk. Whatever you can afford and be happy with good on ya. Even if it's only a zenoha lol (joke) laugh you buggers
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I think this system is a little too advanced for us
no mid range richness though, fuel is adjusted for optimal at different rpm at different altitudes. This allows an fpv to burn minimum fuel at cruising speed. This would greatly increase the range as a normal two stroke engine burns way more fuel than needed at mid range

Might need one of these for our new project hey dano
this all sounds way too complicated....think turboprops...no midrange issues at all.
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this all sounds way too complicated....think turboprops...no midrange issues at all.
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