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Old 11-04-2013, 05:10 PM   #931
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Old 11-04-2013, 05:10 PM   #932
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I got out with Brad and Andy today with a few observations!!!

1) Andy's 3DHS 92" Edge flies amaaaazing!! And that EME60 on ES pipe is awesome!! Smooothest motor in it's class

2) That GP123 of mine is a pure monster on ES pipes! Not as smooth as that ZDZ112 (nothing is!!) But insane power! Just shreds the F29x9!! Prop ripping at the flick on the left stick if only it was as smooth / refined as the ZDZ, but I guess there's no such thing as the perfect motor!!! Hard to believe DA can still sell those 120's with this insane motor completely demolishing it in every aspect
So it rips the prop on rudder turns. Always thought you boys from the east turned both ways lol
Coil clean out sitting in the doghouse this is keeping me amused lol
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Old 11-04-2013, 05:11 PM   #933
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Trevor is there much difference between a 110 on KS86 and pefa cans?
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Old 11-04-2013, 05:15 PM   #934
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So it rips the prop on rudder turns. Always thought you boys from the east turned both ways lol
Coil clean out sitting in the doghouse this is keeping me amused lol
ROTFL!! Yep - turn the rudder and it rips. But only left. Motor dies if you apply right rudder
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Old 11-04-2013, 05:17 PM   #935
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ROTFL!! Yep - turn the rudder and it rips. But only left. Motor dies if you apply right rudder
So just like when your on the runway for victoria secret only left turns
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Trevor is there much difference between a 110 on KS86 and pefa cans?
I"d say minimal difference! The Pefa cans sound a bit more refined and I know headerlength is important with them. I set-up a customers 110cs on pefa cans at 7.5" headers and it ran soo awesome! Mine on the ks cans at 11.5" worked great also!!
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Lorne I think I will mimic your edge setup for my gp 61 50mm drop header and a smooth pipe.
Now I need a header for a 61 anyone anyone
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Trevor is there much difference between a 110 on KS86 and pefa cans?
The pefa l70 Makes my 110 whisper quiet but they are huge
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Must be nice to be flying....We got 6.5 " of snow sat / sun and it is -10 out
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If they are close I will just stay with the 86's as they are already in the plane, all I will need to do is swap the engine and headers. The 40% Hempel Cub with a DA150 is awesome.
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