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Old 04-18-2015, 01:58 PM   #1
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Could someone help me with a question
I was wondering if an OS 120 would be ok in my top flite AT-6 Texan
Thank-you for any help with this
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Old 04-18-2015, 02:48 PM   #2
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Re: Top Flite AT-6 Texan

They recommend 60 2 stroke or 90 4 stroke. A 120 may make it nose heavy.
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Old 04-18-2015, 03:38 PM   #3
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Re: Top Flite AT-6 Texan

I've got the AT-6 Texan kit, with the Hollywood Zero Conversion parts. Just arrived in the mail yesterday. They specifically mention the OS 120: The mount selection is up to you; if you use an O.S. 120 4-Stroke, the plans show, (and the firewall is spaced for) a J-Tec No JT-122 SV. The box and the instructions list .60 - 91 cu in 2-stroke, and .90 - 1.20 cu in 4-stroke. The O.S. 120 will allow you to turn a bigger prop at lower RMPs, and is desirable for scale realism. I'm putting an RCGF 20cc gasser on mine, I've got one on the Corsair, and I'd highly recommend the powerplant. Most TF kits end up tail heavy anyways, the extra weight of the engine, ignition and batteries helps out considerably in that department.
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