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Old 10-24-2006, 10:42 AM   #1
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I think I'd like to learn more about those speedy, high rpm, adrenaline producing screamers. (not halloween related though... lol)

I know some use the OS25FX engines - lots of preformance, reliability at a low price. Some use Nova Rossi or MVVS paying a bit more.
Then there are those who spend more $$ on JETT or Nelson. - or what others are out there??
What are the approx costs?
How about availability (where?) or dependability, durability, ease of starting? etc, etc...
Any users of them? or will this just be hearsay?
Where are the websites :

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Old 10-24-2006, 11:10 AM   #2
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For Nelson engines go here:

for Jett engines go here:

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Old 10-24-2006, 03:45 PM   #3
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Ed gave you the websites and your other question of performance you can also catch up on from there.
Warranty, after it is out of the box basically nil. With the rpm's they produce and being not known to the leading figures (Dave& Dub) you may have to do a lot of talking. Most likely buying parts like the rest of us when you burn it up.
Performance: Quality engines that will turn over 20k on 15% fuel with out any work right out of the box. That is for Q500 and QM but if you run FAI then it is 0% fuel and tuned pipe. Don't expect to swing a club but use only props that are designed for the rpm or when they explode somebody may get hurt.
There is a toss up between racer's on which brand. Some are Jet most guy's like Nelson. Nelson's are mainly high perforance unless he has changed but Jet makes also good sport engines in his line. I may stand to be corrected but if you have a need for speed then match one of there engines up with a good aircraft.
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