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Old 05-25-2014, 06:08 PM   #9831
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OK how did I get dragged into this.... I don't have a DA70 nor did I have any plans to buy one.
I do like the EME70 though. Jamie was smart enough to listen and change the engine to angled plugs before putting it into production. Not everyone can live with hacking out the sides of their cowls for plug caps to stick out. I have no plans of buying one of those either even though I do like the looks of it.
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Old 05-25-2014, 06:10 PM   #9832
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Hmmm the EME 70 would make a nice engine for my 50cc AW Sport Cub though....
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Old 05-25-2014, 06:36 PM   #9833
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Doug would you like to try one of these eme 70's instead
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OK how did I get dragged into this.... I don't have a DA70 nor did I have any plans to buy one.
I do like the EME70 though. Jamie was smart enough to listen and change the engine to angled plugs before putting it into production. Not everyone can live with hacking out the sides of their cowls for plug caps to stick out. I have no plans of buying one of those either even though I do like the looks of it.
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Hmmm the EME 70 would make a nice engine for my 50cc AW Sport Cub though....
Geez Doug. Seems there are a couple of Pot stirring types out there today. Wonder if they did any flying themselves? (I did).

Hey Lorne, by chance did you get headers for that nice little twin? That just so happens to be the same price as an EME 120, Brodie. No reason to not be flying 100cc class next year.


Jack, I got 6 flights on my 3W 157 today. Flip'n Fly. Am I ever looking forward to the 3W 170cs this week, Doug.

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Geez Doug. Seems there are a couple of Pot stirring types out there today. Wonder if they did any flying themselves? (I did).

Hey Lorne, by chance did you get headers for that nice little twin? That just so happens to be the same price as an EME 120, Brodie. No reason to not be flying 100cc class next year.


Jack, I got 6 flights on my 3W 157 today. Flip'n Fly. Am I ever looking forward to the 3W 170cs this week, Doug.

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Thought Brodie was stepping up to 40%??

The 3W's are at the top Dale..I got a couple on the 180 today as well as the Ct killing DA 70.

I'm jealous of your 3W-170CS!!!
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LOL!!! Sorry Doug... I meant to point the DA70 comments at a Jack.

Jack... Better get that V2 reed from DA before they come out with the V3
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OK how did I get dragged into this.... I don't have a DA70 nor did I have any plans to buy one.
I do like the EME70 though. Jamie was smart enough to listen and change the engine to angled plugs before putting it into production. Not everyone can live with hacking out the sides of their cowls for plug caps to stick out. I have no plans of buying one of those either even though I do like the looks of it.
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Old 05-25-2014, 07:50 PM   #9838
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LMAO!!! Wicked! Oh well, I owe, I owe so off to work it go. Two more night shifts, one day of rest and then hit the road to the trout farm.
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LOL!!! Sorry Doug... I meant to point the DA70 comments at a Jack.

Jack... Better get that V2 reed from DA before they come out with the V3
No worries Trevor, they're on it!

WOW. Absolutely incredible DA!!! DA has already raised the bar and this kind of commitment to the customer puts one out of the park. My Serial #0077 is still running like a dream and is just brute power on the RE2 pipe . Can't imagine a stronger motor!!

Looking forward to "keeping the V1!!"

Oh.....and we don't need a whole new re-designed engine!!!
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