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Old 05-09-2014, 10:12 AM   #9551
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We saw and heard it running at Toledo!!! pretty cool!
John, do you know if there will be more sizes to follow?
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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

yes, i am sure we talked about that, yes more, but what the next one was gonna be, i don't remember what size. Maybe trev, brad or andy will remember.
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Have fun today Dale. I got another 10L today, using up my first 1L bottle of iPone for 2014... so 40L burnt to date. But 12L of that 40 is the 15 flights in the Quad-Brick-190, LOL . John's by far logged the most flights, since it takes a lot of flying to use that much fuel if you're running the 60cc class!!

Jack... they had those sweet little 4-strokes running inside at Toledo.... very high-quality little units. He said more sizes were coming but wouldn't elaborate. Him and Fergie are good friends. Another quality Taiwanese Product coming
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Just saw a cut away of the Gaui GPower 50.....WOW!!
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Ya Jack!! Should have seen the sweet little electric start kit they had engineered for it also!! It was mounted on a little 1 lb metal stand, and he'd fired it up on the table and let if idle. Incredible little unit.
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Ya Jack!! Should have seen the sweet little electric start kit they had engineered for it also!! It was mounted on a little 1 lb metal stand, and he'd fired it up on the table and let if idle. Incredible little unit.
That sounds promising....when is Brad B. going to get off his a$$ and get us a ian made 4 stroke?

Any news on the DA 250 blower?

Taiwan is starting to produce wonderful products.

http://rcracingtv.net/2014/04/rc-mod...elicopters-rc/
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That sounds promising....when is Brad B. going to get off his a$$ and get us a ian made 4 stroke?

Any news on the DA 250 blower?

Taiwan is starting to produce wonderful products.

http://rcracingtv.net/2014/04/rc-mod...elicopters-rc/
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Jack I spoke to Tony and my 35 shops put today
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A 50cc engine running at 20:1 for a grand........... Hmmmm!
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A 50cc engine running at 20:1 for a grand........... Hmmmm!
Yeah the unfortunate thing about 4 strokes. Expensive and heavy
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