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Old 04-14-2014, 09:18 PM   #8791
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What's the price of a DA 35 anyway ?
$449 USD if I recall. I have had one on order since last May. I was talking to someone at DA this morning on FB and he said I would be in the top 1/3rd so I should be getting my call to confirm my order very soon.
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Old 04-14-2014, 09:36 PM   #8792
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450$for a 35cc wowzers that's like buyin a Chev overpriced lol
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Old 04-14-2014, 09:40 PM   #8793
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450$for a 35cc wowzers that's like buyin a Chev overpriced lol
Try a 3 blade prop, and True Turn spinner for a ZDZ 180.

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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

That is the problem with that size. They really aren't much cheaper to produce than a 50cc class engine.
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Old 04-14-2014, 09:47 PM   #8795
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Yeah no doubt. I could imagine dale
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Brodie, stay focused on the 123cc class. Right were you will find your comfort zone.

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Brodie, stay focused on the 123cc class. Right were you will find your comfort zone.

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Don't Listen to him Brodie. 2 More Servos, longer leads and a GP176 you will have a larger plane. Bit the bullet now and go bigger. The trailer is still required if it is a 35% or 45%.
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Don't Listen to him Brodie. 2 More Servos, longer leads and a GP176 you will have a larger plane. Bit the bullet now and go bigger. The trailer is still required if it is a 35% or 45%.
There is a man that takes his own advice.
How do I know? Seems I ended up with one of his 100cc airframes to make room for a 150cc airframe this winter.

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450$for a 35cc wowzers that's like buyin a Chev overpriced lol
But the prop hub will have the proper bolt spacing!!
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