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OS .46AX or TT .46 pro?????

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Old 03-10-2008, 05:46 PM
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I have both engines on hand which on would be the best for the following plane?

Plane: Laser Arrow Delta
Pipe: Jet Tuned muffle

I was running a TT .46 pro with the a 9x7 apc I let the engine get lean and it's toast!

People tell me I should use my OS 46AX. I have used a TT .46 on my viper and it was fast and the same engine on my delta. What is the better engine for my delta if I am using the wrong prop, what would be best. Yes I know the nelson and rossi and mvvs are better, BUT I DON'T have one. Looking for input from people who have used both
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Old 03-10-2008, 07:08 PM
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if you would have looked half way down the first page you would have seen this thread. Same question.
http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_6531179/tm.htm
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Old 03-10-2008, 07:21 PM
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wow thanks for the snooby reply looks like I will not order a demon anytime soon. I really liked the way your demon looks but if it flies as well as your attuide it must suck! Their was no need to reply like that. Not all of us out their are as great as you. Sorry
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You read too much into things friend. He gave you the link to a very informative thread. You may not get much activity in this thread since the other thread is still very new. I really don't think Mike was trying to put you off but to help you.

You'll get more help around here if you check the attitude at the door.

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Agree if it were me i would said "check out this thread you might find it helpfull."
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wow thanks for the snooby reply...
Sorry you took it that way. That was not my intentions.
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No problem sorry for my crappy attitude. I think your planes are very well thought out. I have not had a chance to fly one. I have flow a Diamond dust, Laser arrow, Holy smoke, and some junk spad thing. Where does your demon compare to those? The DD was fast but seamed very pitch sensitive. out of all of them I like the laser arrow its a good balace between speed and tracking. My next delta I will go with yours it seems like a great product and a very good price. Sorry agine
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and some junk spad thing.
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No problem sorry for my crappy attitude. ... I have flow a Diamond dust, Laser arrow, Holy smoke, and some junk spad thing. Where does your demon compare to those?
After re-reading my post I can see how you may have taken it wrong. We can put that behind us.
My Demon is probably more like the Diamond Dust but it can be set up to not be pitch sensitive. It all depends on the CG and throws. Mine would probably be the fastest if built clean.
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Well when not if my laser arrow goes your delta will be next. After reading the other post, I have decided to stick with my TT uprade the bearing run the 9x7 and go fly
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Default RE: OS .46AX or TT .46 pro?????

The Laser Arrow is a pair of pliers compared to Mike's Demon and a Diamond Dust. Fun to fly for sure but too thick for real speed.

I agree about the "pitchy" thing. Any plane can seem too pitchy if it is tail heavy or has too much elevator throw, or both [X(]

Keep us posted, the TT and 9x7 is a great combo but the Arrow may be to bulky for that-
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