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Old 11-22-2004, 06:49 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Ramz-to-tha-Z
Check out my Twist with a Saito 72. Your 61 2 stroke should have more power than my Saito 72 so you'll be able to get a good idea of what it'll do. http://www.ccann.rchomepage.com/TwistEdited.wmv Please right click "Save Target As" Thanks.
Did you lower the engine mount at all to put carb in line with tank? Where did you position the throttle arm on the engine?
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Old 11-22-2004, 10:53 PM   #12
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I did not lower the engine mount however I did rotate the carburetor 180 degrees from the factory setting.(the needle valve is on the muffler side)

This engine runs like a top in this position and i wouldn't trade it for anything. It has only deadsticked 3 or 4 times but that's becuase of my own fault.
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Old 05-11-2005, 01:16 PM   #13
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Hello Mattew

I believe the H9 Twist is a ARF, not much to build except the ailerons and tail feathers, this is a fun fly extreme model to fly, and it would be at its best when piloted by experienced flyers....it's almost akin to the Sig Somethin extra models that I have. The twist is made for a 40 to 51 size 2 stroke engine and a 61 would be a bit too large for this aircraft, mind you if your adventurous it might be fun to try a 61 in it. this model also accepts an electric motor and flys just fine. The plane is extremely easy to land and goes as fast as you like but also floats in the wind.

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