|09-14-2007, 10:41 PM||#21|
I am: Jay
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: British Columbia
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OK... replied to your PM... hmmmm i wonder if it will go through this time.
try my email if not. matrixtechnicalattelus.net then i'll reply to yours.
|09-15-2007, 02:27 PM||#22|
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I am: Gary M.
Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: Stoney Creek, Ontario
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And to tell you the truth, I was very interested in making you an offer as I decked my Suhkoi and need to build another wing but I too have to say that your talking about insane ( dangerous,) power if you or anyone else would put a Saito 220 in a CG Suhkoi.
Built according to the Mfg's recomendations, a 120 FS is adaquate for most aerobatic manovers and a 150 FS would pull this plane through any manover you could throw at it and still have power to spare!
I personally put a Saito 220 into a Dave Patrick Edge 540, a larger and heavier plane than the Sukhoi and competed in IMAC and had no problems doing ANY of the Aerobatic routine. I just personally think that telling folks here that they "need" a 220 FS for a CG Suhkoi is a bit...well...as I said, insane! Sure, you would do it, and maybe you can handle it, but you may cause someone else to tred on dangerous ground. The Mfg. sets the high end limits in engines recommended for a good reason!
Now that being said, if you actually intend on selling it, and the other offers you've already received don't pan out, send me a PM as I am interested.
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|09-15-2007, 07:10 PM||#23|
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I am: Peter Harasiewicz
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Gary, some of us fly 3d, try a Dave Patrick Edge 540 with a DA50.
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