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Old 10-06-2005, 07:12 AM   #11
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Old 10-08-2005, 10:14 PM   #12
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Hello; I have used an OS 91, and Saito 91 and 120 on my ultimate. I prefer the Saito 91 on that plane. I had a Mag 65SE on a GB Extra, I traded it for a Saito 80, but it was loud thirsty and powerful. It'd pull that ultimate around pretty good here at sea level, but I'm not so sure about your altitude there. Some people aren't happy until the plane is way way overpowered.
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Old 10-09-2005, 05:12 PM   #13
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I've had a couple of ultimates and agree with the group as to how great this plane is. I even won a pattern contest in intermediate with one. It will fly very well on a .60 and is a rocket with anything bigger. I had a webra1.2 2strock in one! wow. The plans show the balance point on the lowwer wing, please tranfer this to the top wing which works out to something like 1/4 inch ahead of the aft attache bolt. DO NOT balance from the bottom wing on any biplane as this will yield an inaccurate measurement and an out of balance plane ( due to lack of pendulem effect) If your radio allows it set the model up so that you can get about 5 deg. of flap on all four ailerons and you will be very surprised at how it will tame this plane down on landing. It will be much slower and glide like a trainer and have no effect on the normal flying that you intend for this plane. JUst build it and enjoy it

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