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Old 02-15-2008, 06:00 PM
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Default Webra .80 Ducted fan

Anybody had experience with a webra .80 ducted fan engine? I'm using a dynamax fan set-up.
What header pipe set-up would i use and where to get it ?
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Old 02-17-2008, 01:07 AM
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Default RE: Webra .80 Ducted fan

Sell it and buy a OS 91
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Old 02-17-2008, 02:47 PM
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Anybody else have an opinion?
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Old 02-17-2008, 04:32 PM
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ORIGINAL: smoknrv4

Anybody else have an opinion?
I would think the Jet forums would have more qualified people to answer your question. Most of the DF engines around here have a prop on them.
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Default RE: Webra .80 Ducted fan

Mike,
I think the the only thing the "TURBINE FORUM" would have for knowledge about ducted fan engines would be the glo plug anymore.

I still have a new Webra .80 in the box somewhere.
I heard they were really good just not as popular here in the US.
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Mike,
I think the the only thing the "TURBINE FORUM" would have for knowledge about ducted fan engines would be the glo plug anymore.
Maybe, but the forum title and header says
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Discuss RC jets in this forum plus rc turbines and ducted fan power systems
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There hasn't been much help here.
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Default RE: Webra .80 Ducted fan

I agree about what it say's. Your right.
Glo Ducted Fan's need's it's own forum.
Been asking for year's.
It just fall's on deaf ear's at RCU.
Probably due to much "ICDF" flying back in the day!
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Default RE: Webra .80 Ducted fan

the fact remains that there are a lot of os .91 df's around making them a little easier to get advice on. whether they have a turbine or prop.

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Default RE: Webra .80 Ducted fan

I found the header I think you will need, it was hard to find and I only found one. The pipe for that engine is easier to find.

http://www.roguerc.com/product.php?productid=29200

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Thanks for the info, and replies!
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Default RE: Webra .80 Ducted fan

I seem to recall that the Webra .61, YS .60, CMB 60 and a few others had the same exhaust mounting for the RE engines. The Webra 80 fan engine was base off of the Speed .61 engine.

That might be of some help.

Also, check out Allen over at Weston - in the UK.
He may have exactly what you need for your DF exhaust system, and he is a whole-hearted webra distributor. No doubt he can set you up with the pipe and header combination.

http://www.westonuk.co.uk/index_160.htm

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Good show Bob I forgot all about weston. I feel rather silly now.
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