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Which engine for Extreme Flight Outlaw?

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Old 01-12-2010, 04:55 AM
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Default Which engine for Extreme Flight Outlaw?

Hello!
I'm thinking about getting myself an Extreme Flight Outlaw, so I want to order a engine.
I was thinking about either the Evolution .36NT, Thunder Tiger pro .36 OR the SC/Magnum .36.

I want to keep it under 100$ so O.S 35AX is too expensive in my opinion.

So what do you think?

I would also want a cheap as possible tuned pipe or something for this, suggestions?(Important that they can ship to Norway).

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Old 01-12-2010, 05:00 AM
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Default RE: Which engine for Extreme Flight Outlaw?

I have been buying from this guy since I have been in Germany... seeing its close to you give it a go... he does ship with DHL... he has shipped me something to South-Africa also... this is my home country and I will be returning soon... you can email him and ask what he can do for you... he does speak English although the website is in German...

[link=http://www.cmc-versand.de/suchliste.html?suche=Evolution+.36NT]Evolution+.36NT[/link]

will be about 700 Krone or so... dont know shipping costs...
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Old 01-12-2010, 05:10 AM
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Default RE: Which engine for Extreme Flight Outlaw?

Thank you for your answer.
But I will probably order the Evolution .36 from Advantage hobby, or the Thunder Tiger .36 from Tower Hobbies, or the SC/Magnum .36 from Norway/elefun.no
That would be cheapest.

Just gotta know which one to choose!

But I'll def bookmark that store.

But on the tuned pipe though, I have no idea where to order from.
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Old 01-12-2010, 05:13 AM
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wont it be cheaper to get it from Germany? its much much closer... he gets from Horizon Hobbies at German branch... just a suggestion...
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No it will actually be cheaper to order from the US because of the low dollar value.
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Old 01-12-2010, 08:07 AM
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I'd go for the Thunder Tiger. Hard to beat for value... If you're trying to save $$$, make a mousse can muffler yourself. I think you can do a search here to find out how to make one. The guys that make them rave about the results. Ross
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Old 01-12-2010, 08:20 AM
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... nothing yet for mufflers ...
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Old 01-12-2010, 01:34 PM
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I dunno, I will probably need welding equipment?
I dont have access to that kind of tools unfortunatley.

But I'll look it up, so thanks for the tip!

Still want suggestions
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Old 01-12-2010, 02:24 PM
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Default RE: Which engine for Extreme Flight Outlaw?

Put A Webra 36 on it. Here is a link I found:
fjz->RE: Should I buy aWebra .32 or webra .36(8/14/2004 10:20 AM)

Seen Jerry fly at the Dayton DOGS fly in ,the 32 had why then enough power. Jerry just dropped the Outlaw and it took off, and I do mean took off. He had the Webra 32, and if memory serves me right an 8x4 prop.Boy did that thing move.


Jerry Smith is the creator of the Extreme Flight Outlaw. The Webra 36 is the exact same size as the .32 except with a lot more power.
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Old 01-12-2010, 02:32 PM
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Go with the EVO 36.

This is why, it has a needle valve you can mount parallel with the wing. As you know know the engine is mounted on its side with the exhaust port up. If you go with the tunder tiger the needle valve is going to be on the bottom of the plane. I have an outlaw that little skid doesn't work when landing on grass
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Found the TT .36 for 68$.
I'll just have to figure something out to protect the needle valve. Shouldn't be to much of an headache
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Here is a Mousse can. The same one fits 25-36 any of these engines you mentioned. In the picture the can is "tuned" for a 25. The full header pipe is inside the mousse can but for a 32-36 you slide the can as far back on the header as practical. I run these with an APC 8X8 or 9X7.

http://www.flyingzhobbies.com/spec.html

Do a search for Kentucky Mousse cans. These are from Flying Z Hobbies in Sebree Kentucky. If you can locate the mousse can locally, the headers are from Macs Products http://www.macspro.com/headers_side.asp

I would choose the Evo because it has a remote needle that you can mount on the firewall instead on having it pointed down. As mentioned in this thread the engine mounts on it's side with the muffler up and this puts the needle on the bottom.

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Default RE: Which engine for Extreme Flight Outlaw?

Ok guys.
Thanks for the tips.
Im really wondering about the Evo .36 now. It is just that I found the TT .36 for 68$ +shipping and I won't have to pay the extra 25% in taxes.
And the Evo is 99$+shipping+25% taxes. (Advantage hobby).

But as you say, it will give me less trouble. Can't decide [:@]

EDIT: And guess what, I found the Evo for an acceptable price. Thank you.
And right before, I ordered the TT .36. Stupid me that cant be patient. But i'll get that order cancelled though
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Default RE: Which engine for Extreme Flight Outlaw?

Keep your eye on ebay for a NIB OS .32SX. It should be a good fit for that airframe, and you can get them for a very reasonable price now. They were one of the best engines OS ever made, have great performance on the stock muffler, respond well to a tuned pipe, and are quite user friendly.

I won four of them a few weeks back NIB for about $75 each.
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Old 01-14-2010, 06:03 AM
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Default RE: Which engine for Extreme Flight Outlaw?

Got a Evo .36NT on it's way now

Thank you for all of your tips! Will look up the tuned pipe ideas.

Now, what prop should I use for this engine after break-in to get it as fast as possible without killing the engine?
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8x7 would work well
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