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Old 11-04-2013, 06:02 PM   #961
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Nice work Doug. As I was thinking of building a set at 50mm drop for my 176. But then Dan would get all horned up, and want some. Maybe I should let him get a set built first.
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:02 PM   #962
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Brodie, I found exactly that on the west end of your bench. Still here un-opened in the event I grabbed the wrong ones. But the cola syrup kind of gave them away.

Brent, I had an ignition issue on a DLE30 as well.
Yep they were on the west end
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:11 PM   #963
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The 30 is on its 4th plane acts up intermittently. I guess its used up its luck!

I had to replace the Hall sensor on the 55 that was flat spun into the summerfallow... there wasn't any obvious damage to the sensor or wire.

How often does a Hall sensor fail?
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:17 PM   #964
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got the headers coming brodie. Thanks
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:27 PM   #965
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Brodie, I found exactly that on the west end of your bench. Still here un-opened in the event I grabbed the wrong ones. But the cola syrup kind of gave them away.

Brent, I had an ignition issue on a DLE30 as well.
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got the headers coming brodie. Thanks
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:54 PM   #966
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I was just thinking, if I decided to put my 42% Pilot 260 on the back burner and put it in storage i could put my 150L into my 40% Cub. Then I could take the 110CS that is currently in the Cub and put it in my 35% Pilot 260. Then my hanger would be 100% Chint free.


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Old 11-04-2013, 06:55 PM   #967
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I think everyone is following this thread that is anyone LOL

So If you need any 3dhs airplanes in the Toronto area let me know. I want to get a shipment out by the end of the week

Dale, sorry for hijacking your thread but I don't think this thread can be hijacked LOL
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Your not hi-jacking this. Wait till all the riff-raff moves over to the vendors forum.
There may be pallets of, oh never mind.

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Old 11-04-2013, 06:58 PM   #968
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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

1)...you lost any credit to smooth once you said they were all buttermilk smooth...so no merit in this post.

2)...pffffttttt....no wonder you can rip it with 123cc engine...They use the 29/9 on the DA-70...
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So do you mean Jack?
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Old 11-04-2013, 07:00 PM   #970
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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
Brodie, haven't you ever watched their vids...when they toot they call it a prop rip!!1
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