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Old 12-16-2013, 05:43 AM   #4031
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Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

So why did you opt for the MVVS195 Quad over a ZDZ180 for you upcoming Carden 43% Extra 260 build?

I thought QUADS were EVIL!
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As for your Q... Quite simple... When I build the 126" Carden 260, I plan to remove about 3-4lbs on the construction which will allow me to put the MVVS190 on the front and be lighter than a stock build with a 180

Here was a stock 126" Carden 300 at 42lbs with ZDZ180

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Old 12-16-2013, 05:46 AM   #4032
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That would start with a hi pitch scream. A sharp pain on the side of ones head. Followed very closely with black tunnel vision. I hope this is nothing like your DA engine runs. It sound more like a GP with a lean cylinder issue. LoL
LOL!!! Now if you talked about that sharp pain on the side of ones head that caused their teeth to chatter, then I would have said it sounds like a DA120
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Old 12-16-2013, 05:57 AM   #4033
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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

I guess I better fire up my DA120 to see just how bad it vibrates. Maybe a plane with lumber is required to handle it.
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Old 12-16-2013, 06:00 AM   #4034
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This is all hype from the excited States. No word from Canadian authorities yet.

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He's back on Canaidian soil just got a text from him! He will fill everyone in the AM im sure! Glad your home safe buddy!
Manny, my point exactly.
People read an American thread, thinking it applies to them. When they most likely have been dealing with a Canadian outlet.


"I will be handling all of the US stuff, also any of the south american or mexico.
Basically what will happen is first we will ship the new engines too you. there will not be a carb or muffler or ignition with it you will reuse those.
Then once you have the new engine the old long block will be sent back here to Texas. Tomorrow i will start getting the full list together so 123 owners please start emailing me at sales@limitlessaero.com. "

This is a copy/paste from the Excited States. Nothing about taking care of us Canadians. So let's wait until Pro R/C announces what, if any actions will be taken.
All this Hype will add to the confusion. Such as where to send, and how any upgrades will be dealt with.


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Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

So why did you opt for the MVVS195 Quad over a ZDZ180 for you upcoming Carden 43% Extra 260 build?

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Manny, my point exactly.
People read an American thread, thinking it applies to them. When they most likely have been dealing with a Canadian outlet.


"I will be handling all of the US stuff, also any of the south american or mexico.
Basically what will happen is first we will ship the new engines too you. there will not be a carb or muffler or ignition with it you will reuse those.
Then once you have the new engine the old long block will be sent back here to Texas. Tomorrow i will start getting the full list together so 123 owners please start emailing me at sales@limitlessaero.com. "

This is a copy/paste from the Excited States. Nothing about taking care of us Canadians. So let's wait until Pro R/C announces what, if any actions will be taken.
All this Hype will add to the confusion. Such as where to send, and how any upgrades will be dealt with.


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Let's just say that....... If GP doesn't offer the same level of service as the US....

I will have an awesome GP 61 FOR sale..... Just because
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Let's just say that....... If GP doesn't offer the same level of service as the US....

I will have an awesome GP 61 FOR sale..... Just because
Brad, please clarify.
GP is international.
Do you mean Pro R/C, has as good a service as the U.S.

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I'm excited for the Canadian press release Dale!!
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