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  1. #26

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    RE: Evolution Glow Engine Success Story

    Rich, How are you liking the JBA engines?
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    Saving un-loved R/C airplanes around the world

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    RE: Evolution Glow Engine Success Story

    Wish the .36 was around when I was flying Combat in the U.S. One more thing to grind on and try. I did try the Magnum .36 of the day.. ran about the same as a Fox Mark IV after timing the crank, but finally ended up ejecting the front of the crank during a match at the Nats (luckily AFTER I scored the kill).

    BTW, what's a JBA?

    Iskandar

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    RE: Evolution Glow Engine Success Story


    ORIGINAL: KLXMASTER14

    This thread just underscores the pathetic state of the average R/C enthusiast today.

    Many pilots ''my'' age grew up playing with Cox airplanes and cars. We could tune a needle valve at ten years old.

    This is where I started, getting a good flight out of a cheap plastic cox or testors .049 c/l plane was certainly something to be proud of.


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