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Old 12-30-2013, 05:09 PM   #5211
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Gee Brad!! Was just watching those videos and realized that a number of those planes have changed hands now... except that RedBull Ulti!! Good on you to not let that go!! Been a number of poor decisions from some other's, LOL
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Old 12-30-2013, 05:47 PM   #5213
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Old 12-30-2013, 06:12 PM   #5214
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That colour is really nice dale good choice. Finished the edge minus having to advance the timing on the motor and then the cowel
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Old 12-30-2013, 06:19 PM   #5215
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That colour is really nice dale good choice. Finished the edge minus having to advance the timing on the motor and then the cowel
Hmm, so how much are you going to advance the timing? Is this on the advice of Pro R/C? Are there timing issues? Or, are you confused?

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Old 12-30-2013, 06:21 PM   #5216
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Lorne told me he was advised to move it to 28 degrees I believe. Not sure if it was the boys down east that had the suggestion. The motor hasn't been fired yet.
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Lorne told me he was advised to move it to 28 degrees I believe. Not sure if it was the boys down east that had the suggestion. The motor hasn't been fired yet.
Brodie typically on a piped motor we retard the timing slightly. I went to 26 deg on my EME. Honestly wouldn't bother changing the timing. I don't think Brad changed his timing on his. He can pipe in and let ya know for sure though.... lol no pun intended
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Lorne told me he was advised to move it to 28 degrees I believe. Not sure if it was the boys down east that had the suggestion. The motor hasn't been fired yet.
Wow, very nice work Brodie.

Timing? Do you know where it's at now?

All engines should be set at 28 degrees from the factory. Some retard the timing a few degrees when they install a pipe.

But if Pro-RC is suggesting, they will know more than me about GP engines.
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Check with the manufacturers representative.
Always follow the instructions on both the engine, and exhaust manufacturer.


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