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Old 03-02-2014, 09:11 PM   #8021
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Or Czech Mates!!!
See Jack I knew we would develop a fan base, ha-ha.

Hello Brad. Looking forward to a bunch of you guy's coming up in May for our Show & Shine.
Add to the list of usual suspects.

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Old 03-02-2014, 09:14 PM   #8022
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See Jack I knew we would develop a fan base, ha-ha.

Hello Brad. Looking forward to a bunch of you guy's coming up in May for our Show & Shine.
Add to the list of usual suspects.

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LOL..good one Brad!

Yes, the more exposure, from further they will come!
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Old 03-02-2014, 09:32 PM   #8023
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Mike, that didn't take long to ask if the RE3's might be for sale, ha-ha.
I expect the market will be flooded with them once the large Smooth Pipes are top dog!
The only pilots using RE3's will be old guy's, such as Andy & I.

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Lol always looking Dale. Cant wait the see the numbers on the new big smooth pipes. I hear there will be some testing in the East soon. They do look good

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Old 03-02-2014, 09:39 PM   #8024
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Mike, a little dig at the Hype. Lots of delivery dates, yet to come. Often amended.
Example, Kole in regards to the GP123 etc. The large smooth pipes, the first dates I heard were hopefully by Christmas.
Time will tell.
I tend to like top shelf last years model (what-ever). I learned this working my way up to my first JR 10 ch.
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WOOT!! Congrats Dale and Jack!! Those 160rv-j's are incredible motors!! Countless gallons through Andy's and as strong as Day1. 39lbs!!! WOW! That'll be really fun.

If memory serves be correctly, Andy's 160 was only 250'ish rpm less than the 180.

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WOOT!! Congrats Dale and Jack!! Those 160rv-j's are incredible motors!! Countless gallons through Andy's and as strong as Day1. 39lbs!!! WOW! That'll be really fun.

If memory serves be correctly, Andy's 160 was only 250'ish rpm less than the 180.

Sweet!!
Good to know.
All I need to fill the shopping list is a P51 style 3 Blade Spinner. 4.5inch might work well. Any offers?

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Good to know.
All I need to fill the shopping list is a P51 style 3 Blade Spinner. 4.5inch might work well. Any offers?

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Send Jim D a PM !! He runs Jim's Hobby Shop and is the E.M.'s local importer of fine goods, LOL. If he doesn't have one, nobody will

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WOOT!! Congrats Dale and Jack!! Those 160rv-j's are incredible motors!! Countless gallons through Andy's and as strong as Day1. 39lbs!!! WOW! That'll be really fun.

If memory serves be correctly, Andy's 160 was only 250'ish rpm less than the 180.

Sweet!!
1-160!

1-180!

Trevor, do you remember what the 160 RV-J 2011 version had over the original RV-J?
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Send Jim D a PM !! He runs Jim's Hobby Shop and is the E.M.'s local importer of fine goods, LOL. If he doesn't have one, nobody will

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In the past I have gotten a nice blue anodized one from Jim. But I have been rubbing him a little hard lately (ha-ha). I expect asking would get a predictable answer (ha-ha again).
In no hurry at this point. Lorne has Carbon ones, that I would paint.
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1-160!

1-180!

Trevor, do you remember what the 160 RV-J 2011 version had over the original RV-J?
Geeze!! I missed the 180!!!!!!

Nice Jack!!! The king-daddy of the class, bar none

I honestly forget what the difference was I wonder where that was recorded in here

So stoked for both of you!! You'll be able to feel the difference of the 180 to the MVVS175 and provide some insight now.
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