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Old 10-30-2013, 05:31 AM   #441
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Jack!! Plleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaassee get one of these and run the snot out of it!! I bet you'll have to put the cc-excuse back under cover when this quad walks all over the DA200!!! I would love one of these and looks like MVVS finally got their weight-woes straightened out
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Old 10-30-2013, 08:47 AM   #442
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You can't win this argument, I've been down that road before.

Team BRUM-BRUM think 100cc to 123cc are all the same motors and should be judged equally JUST because they go on a 35% airframe.
I'm well aware Jim, to complicated for the engineer types to sort out!!

But the rest of the world understands cc's wholly!!
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Old 10-30-2013, 08:56 AM   #443
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Jack!! Plleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaassee get one of these and run the snot out of it!! I bet you'll have to put the cc-excuse back under cover when this quad walks all over the DA200!!! I would love one of these and looks like MVVS finally got their weight-woes straightened out
I will call Chief today for pricing and availability today on this and the 175NP.

No excuses....I think I got my cc's right, wasn't I saying what if the rest of them went to 123cc, where would that place the GP 123, likely last!
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Love the new avitar Jack!!!

Cc's only enter the discussion when your favorite brand is getting a whalloping, LOL I'm sure if the GP123 was 3cc less, it'd be weak and would vibrate like the DA120
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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

Lorne needs to pull up his socks and start bringing in some of these top notch engines for us top notch engine connoisseurs!!

I'll include you in that category Trevor!!
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Old 10-30-2013, 09:07 AM   #446
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Hi Jack, Congrats on the 5000 post mark!

At the rate this thread is going, you will catch up to ScaleGuy real soon, now that you are all on the same team....

Keep up the good work!

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LOL!!

Thanks for bringing that to my attention....up there now with the 123cc crowd!
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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

That being said, I am relatively new to gassers, and between the entertainment breaks, I'm soaking all this info in.

So MVVS is a new name to me, since this thread. (Thanks for the link)
I checked it out and price aside, those engines look awesome! I was looking at the 58 in particular, as that's where I am at right now.

I happened to notice an accessory called a tuning diffuser, that increases power in the low and midrange. I am not fully sure how this item works, but it immediately sent me to thoughts of the Beechcraft Starship full scale aircraft. (where the production design required multiple improvements to achieve expected performance (which in the end didn't work for their sales anyway))

So after you spend bigger money on the 58cc engine, you have to spend more to make it run better?

Has anyone tried the diffuser? Or is it just not necessary?



Also, wouldn't this type of thing make the Weight Watchers go nuts? ,
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The tuning diffuser is similar to a trumpet. ZDZ, 3W and others as well offer/use them. It does help somewhat as it tends to pull in the fuel that gets spit out of the carb and it could also accelerate the air intake. Thus you will end up with different needle settings than if you would run without.

Does it help, yes. Is it necessary, no! Do you have to buy to make it run better...nope...not a chint engine!!

Not sure what plane you're looking to install the 58 in, but look at their 50cc, much lighter and extremely powerful. I've seen one perform on a heavy plane with a 22/10 3 blade. Handled like a 2 blade prop... Been told set up right it holds it's own against 60cc engines. It has a very broad torque curve making it a sweetheart. I owned the previous version, MVVS 45. Was very strong and run excellent and gave to 50cc engines all they could handle. I believe the 50 is a bored out version of the 45cc.

if you're into weight watchers, best ask the Eastern Mafia for advice, cause weight don't matter with the Western Cartel..Pictures to prove it!!
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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

Soooooo, I call Chief Aircraft...ei.yi.yi.yi.yi!!

Gentleman asked me what the website said...I said out of stock...he then said we don't have one then

So I asked if they had an order coming....yup...maybe in the next 4 weeks

Asked what was in....didn't have a clue he said!

Asked if they brought in headers for the engines...aahhhhhhh...nope....but I don't know what's coming in the next order!!

I mentioned awhile back on FG about engines...The gent from Chief came on (Don I think and he was a bit rude), give us a call as the website doesn't really reflect what we have..quite obvious the staff there doesn't care and doesn't know....Neither does Don!!!!

I will move to a European supplier, enough of the B.S. a guy gets!!
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