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Old 11-16-2013, 02:47 PM   #1971
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Wow guys!! 5 pages behind but now caught up!! What hilarious news from the DA corner!! But next we'll hear how it's the service that sets them apart

Just way too funny!

As for the circle of trust growing, there's just no stopping it . A bunch of us are going out tomorrow to burn some gas and there'll be some pretty awesome engines - none of which are DAs. We'll make sure to get some video of real motors!!!
Speaking of circles.......I see someone took a camera with you.
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Old 11-16-2013, 02:50 PM   #1972
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Doug, I approve. I have faith that Trevor can bring back the lost flock.
In every 3D circle there is always going to be some 2.75D flyers. Hobby shops love them.

These guy's are soon going to all be numbered.
So far:
Trevor 7 (for number of cylinders)
Bradley 2 (because one t it looks wrong)
The rest will evolve.

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Old 11-16-2013, 02:52 PM   #1973
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Doug we live with snow today.
The circle are out groov'n. No wonder they look happy.
Good for them.
(bet they left Hanes at home)

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Old 11-16-2013, 03:35 PM   #1974
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LOL! The lost flock!! The Eastern Mafia got out for a whicked day of flying! 12deg, sunny and low winds A BBQ and some great company!! Simply cannot get any better!

And all the motors ran great!! some pretty top notch flying!

Got 4 flights on the ZDZ112 - That 28x9w was absolutely insane on that motor

What stole the show was that incredible Mintor220 Completely anhilates the Falcon32x12
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LOL! The lost flock!! The Eastern Mafia got out for a whicked day of flying! 12deg, sunny and low winds A BBQ and some great company!! Simply cannot get any better!

And all the motors ran great!! some pretty top notch flying!

Got 4 flights on the ZDZ112 - That 28x9w was absolutely insane on that motor

What stole the show was that incredible Mintor220 Completely anhilates the Falcon32x12
Trevor, do you know the rpm of the Mintor on the 32/12?

Roasting weenies??
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Old 11-16-2013, 03:40 PM   #1976
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I'm thinking you want to be 22 again Doug?
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Trevor, do you know the rpm of the Mintor on the 32/12?

Roasting weenies??
Yeppers! Weiners, and 3 different kinds of sausages!! Delicious

Jack - no clue what rpm but it rips the 32x12 at 1/2 throttle. I never remember it being that strong before this rebuild. On that 47lb 43% Carden it was the undisputed champion in the hover drag race

I always said the piped 180 was as strong, but with the rebuild I really don't think it could match the Mintor220 and I bet the Mintor would be right up there with the piped 3W220CS. It would completely steamroll Jack's DA200 on the 40.5lb Carden PRO
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Yeppers! Weiners, and 3 different kinds of sausages!! Delicious

Jack - no clue what rpm but it rips the 32x12 at 1/2 throttle. I never remember it being that strong before this rebuild. On that 47lb 43% Carden it was the undisputed champion in the hover drag race

I always said the piped 180 was as strong, but with the rebuild I really don't think it could match the Mintor220 and I bet the Mintor would be right up there with the piped 3W220CS. It would completely steamroll Jack's DA200 on the 40.5lb Carden PRO
Nice, Jack has to be happy with that!
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Very happy! He hasn't flown the PRO/DA200 since and I don't blame him. Trying to convince him to sell the 200 and throw a piped 180 on the front and he'd have a pair of rocket ships. The thin wings on the Pro doesn't handle the weight of the quad as well as the 126".
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