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Old 12-05-2005, 08:30 PM   #11
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I am sure anyone would get gruppy if knowledgeable person asks this type of stupid question...
oh do you raise guppys too ?
whats a person to do these days fives norks and spoons
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Old 12-05-2005, 08:41 PM   #12
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Guppies are cool less expensive than planes.

The cost of capacitive discharge components can be viewed at:

prices in US Dollars
Add the cost of machining the extra weight off the inside of the flywheel. Your choice of timing advance control or not.
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Old 12-05-2005, 10:43 PM   #13
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Ign. Module

To answer Dave and provide Sammy with the info I promised on last post - the module came in an OREGON outdoor equipment parts package. Part # 33-053. Perhaps if we had a little (or even a lot) more sunlight every day we would all be in a better frame of mind.
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Old 12-05-2005, 11:07 PM   #14
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group hug?

Sammy, you have some interesting comments/questions/and projects. Something is always learned from everyones post. Well, a few of mine have been duds. Please learn to not be so serious about everything. Lifes to short to have continual freak out sessions.

Good Luck with your engine conversion.

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Ok Group get togather what was we disscussing?....

Oh yes Ignition conversion on gas engines.....well i had good talk with Jake_027 yesterday while we were out in northeren ontario, i am going to see his new 1/4 C Eagle with new G26 he recently bought, then i will finalise what would be good power plant for MSS.....The way i see 1/6 scale MSS, 1/4 scale C Eagle and 1/4 Pitss are all in same weight catagory, so what is used on 1/4 C Eagle should be good for 1/6 MSS also since all 3 airplanes are in same weight and diemention catagory...

Do sign the petiton. We could Save our Connie CF-TGE, We still have chance, Once gone we will lose our History and Heritage forever....
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Old 12-06-2005, 06:43 PM   #16
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Re: Ign. Module

Originally Posted by Sonic Boomer
Perhaps if we had a little (or even a lot) more sunlight every day we would all be in a better frame of mind.

You should live where I do, ain't even seen the sun for 3 weeks and it won't come back until mid January. Sammy the only thing that gets me thru the winter months up here is a sense orf humor. Cheer up.
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hmmm or take a pill
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