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Old 11-09-2004, 12:12 AM
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After much thought I have decided to sell the OS-77VRDF instead of trying it on a speed-plane..... So if anybody wants to throw this thing on a speed-plane or Warbird lemme know and we'll work something out-

One gentleman put one on his P-51 (Dago maybe?) and is getting VERY high speeds!

Would also trade for stuff-
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Yo, James....

....do you have the pipe, and all the stuff for it ? [8D]
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Yeah ( I could not find the pipe retainer spring but..)... It is mounted on a Dynamax fan but that could be changed You interested?
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Old 11-10-2004, 07:22 PM
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You think it would fit in my Cermark F-20? How much are you looking to get out of it?

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IT WILL FIT A .60 SIZE F-20.
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She's the 60 size....I'm just wondering about the rear intake and exhaust fitting without me cutting the plane up too bad.
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I have a deal pending in the for-sale section will let you know if it falls through---
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Okee dokee
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