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Old 02-16-2009, 05:57 PM
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I've got a Big Stick 60 and I want to run a Jett on the nose.

Which one would you recommend?
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Old 02-16-2009, 06:13 PM
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Jett 90L

regular version is good. Same size as a typical .61 engine.

12x6 prop.

Be sure you glue the tail on well

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Will the 1.00 spin a 13x6...
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It can.

The BSE-100L runs about the same rpm as the 90L - same muffler, just uses a little more prop.

You want to target around 13,500 minimum ground peak rpm. Hitting 14K or better ground peak is prefered.
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Jett 90L

regular version is good. Same size as a typical .61 engine.

12x6 prop.

Be sure you glue the tail on well

Bob
I took your advice and bought the 90L...
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Great!!

You will enjoy it.

Take the time to put the initial bench run time on it. I prefer to use an 11x6 or 11x7 prop on the 90L engines for initial run-in.

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