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Old 12-15-2013, 07:23 PM   #3971
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BradleyBan...haven't you emailed for backup yet.
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:26 PM   #3973
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BradleyBan...haven't you emailed for backup yet.
Isn't he part of .... The "IN" crowd oh wait, he is on the EME short busy. That's were the scrap goes. My bad
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:27 PM   #3975
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Isn't he part of .... The "IN" crowd oh wait, he is on the EME short busy. That's were the scrap goes. My bad
He has his "hands" (lmao) in the Mafia as well...oh and he does own a V1-123!
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:29 PM   #3976
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:29 PM   #3977
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How much lighter is the 180.vs.the 200?

We know the 180 is the king for power!
Maybe on pipes, but on mufflers my 200 has more power. Looking at Trevor's prop testing videos he turns a Mej 30x13 EvoL at 6360. When I set the needles on my new 200 this fall and ran up my 30x13 EvoL I was over 6500 somewhere. I forget exactly what it was but it was just shy of 6600 hot and held it there steady. Before it was up to temp it was well over 6600. The prop was screaming like a banshee.

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Maybe on pipes, but on mufflers my 200 has more power. Looking at Trevor's prop testing videos he turns a Mej 30x13 EvoL at 6360. When I set the needles on my new 200 this fall and ran up my 30x13 EvoL I was over 6500 somewhere. I forget exactly what it was but it was just shy of 6600 hot and held it there steady. Before it was up to temp it was well over 6600. The prop was screaming like a banshee.

If you want to know how that sounds grab Jeff by the jewels and squeeze real hard.
rotflmao!! I'll leave the Mafia to that task!!
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:33 PM   #3979
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Maybe on pipes, but on mufflers my 200 has more power. Looking at Trevor's prop testing videos he turns a Mej 30x13 EvoL at 6360. When I set the needles on my new 200 this fall and ran up my 30x13 EvoL I was over 6500 somewhere. I forget exactly what it was but it was just shy of 6600 hot and held it there steady. Before it was up to temp it was well over 6600. The prop was screaming like a banshee.

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Perhaps it belongs back in the Sukhoi?
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:36 PM   #3980
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OK weight wise my engine in the engine weight thread is 9.85 lb without ignition or exhaust. Each ignition is 4 oz so that is .5 lb total plus 21 oz for my Jtec mufflers for a total of 11.66 lb all up weight.
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