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Old 02-06-2014, 05:07 PM   #11
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Please do a assembly thread so I can see if my eme 60 will work lol. As a real canadian bush plane it cracks me up when they don't put canadian reg on it. The slipstream beaver was the same if I remember correctly
What is the distance from the back of the engine (muffler)to the prop face. I will measure mine and let you know if it will fit.
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Old 02-06-2014, 05:08 PM   #12
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I wanna say 6 3/4 ish when I put one in my 89" slick. Not 100% sure
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Old 02-06-2014, 05:18 PM   #13
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I wanna say 6 3/4 ish when I put one in my 89" slick. Not 100% sure
I measure 7 -1/4" from the furthest back point to the prop mount face. As long as your engine is under this it will fit with very few modifications.
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Old 02-06-2014, 05:21 PM   #14
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Nice. But with a 60 I won't b able to run 6" dubros lol probley to heavy
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Old 02-06-2014, 05:27 PM   #15
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There is a good build thread located here

http://www.flyinggiants.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=87710
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My plan for lights on the leading edge of the wing consists of 2 12 volt 35w halogen lights controlled by a Sho-me 12 volt alternating grille light flasher unit from Kanoy Telecom Inc. in NC. priced at $37.00. Power will be from a 3 cell 5000 mh lipo.
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I plan to use 2 A123's for the radio and 1 A123 for the ignition. I have been using these in my planes for the past 3 years. After 2 or three flights, takes 5 minutes to recharge instead of 1/2 to 1 hour for a lipo. For charging all my batteries, I use a Revolectrix
Cellpro multi4 charger. Can charge all batteries and also balance charge A123's.
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I plan to use 2 A123's for the radio and 1 A123 for the ignition. I have been using these in my planes for the past 3 years. After 2 or three flights, takes 5 minutes to recharge instead of 1/2 to 1 hour for a lipo. For charging all my batteries, I use a Revolectrix
Cellpro multi4 charger. Can charge all batteries and also balance charge A123's.
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I can charge my lipo's in 10 min too. why are your's taking so long ? What about using a Lif'e battery ? aren't A123's really heavy ?
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Life packs are the best I've used gh brand is good if their in stock
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Re: 30CC Hanger 9 Beaver

[QUOTE=micadley;1426682]. The fuel tank will be tricky if you plan on installing the interior. I had to put mine on the floor of the cockpit under the instrument panel.

Hi

I have one of these and have run into he same issue with the fuel tank with the DLE 35 installation. I have considered mounting the tank sideways on the floor but I think it will end up causing fuel starvation problems particularly during a right turn when the fuel level is low.

Have you changed the clunk set up in the tank to try and improve the fuel pick up?
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