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Old 01-08-2014, 04:41 AM   #5711
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MVVS has to have a lot of balls. How else is it gonna pull its own weight?
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Old 01-08-2014, 07:35 AM   #5712
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Thanks Randy and Jeff!! Those are some great numbers out of the MVVS58!!!

I wish I have a canister to try, but instead I'll have to settle for the obnoxious open header, LOL!!

Should be a fun test!!! I think Scott will have a winner here for sure!

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Trev,

What can do you need? KS86?

I'll have to check my inventory but I'm pretty low on headers and cans right now.

Dale, Best wishes.

Ken make that +2. I'm with Brad B & Ken C when it comes to Prairie Oysters or ANY oysters for that matter!
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Old 01-08-2014, 09:21 AM   #5713
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So Trev, what cha gonna do when the MVVS blows the doors of the other ones??? Be interesting to see some major Cutty on a 50 size bird in your stable.
No plans for an MVVS58 or any other 60cc motor here Derrick! I'm loving the GP61 and will stick with that for now and I don't really need another 60cc plane .
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ROTFLMAO!!! Ziiiiiiing!!
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MVVS has to have a lot of balls. How else is it gonna pull its own weight?

Bradley, lets say that is an honest question (hardly though).
With an open mind, many will be less sceptical of the MVVS/Evolution line of engines as they witness the strength, smoothness, longevity.
Many may (will) be impressed by your 58. But you will see the most out of this 58. As you run more, and more fuel through it the better it gets.

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ROTFLMAO!!! Ziiiiiiing!!
Not being confrontational, but the Zing is when the Mafia starts to think that the MVVS/Evolution engines are worthy engines. Now the icing would be when they start asking about the Old School 116.


Off to my job today

And until any of the 120cc class engines start calling a 30" prop their benchmark. I will remain a strong proponent of anything MVVS/Evolution.


Jim, thanks for the well wishes. Time will tell what we are up against.

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LOL!! The Old School 116 - we're wearing you down Dale!! You've already renamed it

Old School 116 vs DA150 - a no brainer, LOL!! Or save 2lbs and get a 120cc
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Nice Doug. It sure cleaned up nice!! Yep - try Hysoling the gasket, LOL

I ran one of those for 2 years... Was the only engine I could afford and loved it. Started with a Webra40 and this was my second engine after my trainer / 40. Went through countless jugs of fuel all on 15% and converted a wagon as an airplane hauler and used to bike up to the field to fly . What a jewel of a motor and worth cleaning up for sure !!
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Typing, heck. I spent a lot of my afternoon emptying my Hotmail, 6200 messages. Then it was acting funny.
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ONLY 6200?

Featherweight!

Try 26456 in my sympatico account!
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Woohoo!! And 26455 are E.M. Banter, LOL! I think we added upwards of 70 to that today
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ONLY 6200?

Featherweight!

Try 26456 in my sympatico account!
13000 emails, and another 13000 of Jim catching up to the conversation. Ummmmmmmm!!!
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