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Good pipe for Webra 80 Fan engine?

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Old 09-29-2003, 05:56 AM
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Default Good pipe for Webra 80 Fan engine?

Who makes a good pipe for a Webra .80 Fan engine...? I just got me a NIB one from Ebay...

Anyone ever tried the Weston UK ducted fan pipes?

Also, does anyone know if the exhaust port of the .80 fan engine is the same as the port on a standard .61 rear exhaust Webra engine? They seem to use the same casting.
If they are the same I could use a header from MACS Products.
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Default RE: Good pipe for Webra 80 Fan engine?

Try contacting Webra for their recomendations. I am sure they know of a few you can use. Thats what I would do.
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Default RE: Good pipe for Webra 80 Fan engine?

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I have not seen a Webra 80 Fan Engine, but own and have setup many Rossi 81 Fan engines. The Rossi 81 with 172 degrees exhaust timing, 15% fuel will turn a std uncut APC 10X8, 17700 RPM Static for use on a Patriot type airplane.
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Shorten the straight tuned pipe about 25mm and it will turn a std APC 9X9, 19900 RPM static for use on a DD or Whiplash.

Unless the Webra has some limiting design detail, you should be able to get similar results. Let us know how it works out!
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