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Old 02-10-2008, 11:49 AM   #31
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I'd go with the Da 85 with the suk..kinda built around it really!..plus if you needed some help putting it togather or have questions about anything you know there will be a build thread or two some where on the net!..with alot of pictures!..i wanted this set-up till i bought my CARDEN!!..yee-haww!

Keith baker over at BME has had alot of greif with the 115 but i think thier's an upgrade for it now!..also herd that someone is buying the company from him..so parts and service will be available!..i had the older 110 extreme and what a monster that motor was!..ran like a husky!!

Bet you can harld wait till spring as well...like me i'll have about 3 new planes to maiden!!...

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Old 02-10-2008, 12:41 PM   #32
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You bet buddy, I've got planes all over the basement floors just looking for air

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Re: big singles

Originally Posted by luv2flyrc
The big singles are not as smooth as a twin but, they're not horrible either, most of the visible vibration is around idle. I've had two ZDZ 80'S (original one's) ran them on a canister and they had close to the power of a 100 twin. From what I read the new DA 85 is only a few rpm off the DA 100.

The key is that the 80-85cc singles will be about 2lbs lighter in set up. Remember you only have to have one canister for it as well.

If you really want the 100 twin, go with a 35% plane. I have a DA 100 in a 35% Carden Edge and will probably buy another for the 35% Carden 260 that I'm building now. It's a much better fit for this size of aircraft.

Thanks for the advise Mike, your right I probably will go with the DA 85 everything you've said makes perfect sense may as well stay as light as possible.

Thanks Ed.
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