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    enya 180

    has anyone ran the enya 180? does it compare to the moki 180 for power?

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    enya 180

    I did not even know they had a 180. I thought thier biggest was a 155 4c.
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    enya 180

    A good and experienced friend of mine is running the Enya 1.80 two-stroke. He likes the engine and says it is a torquer and likes to run big lumber. His only complaint is that it is taking a while to break-in completely, but it is very flyable as is.
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    Enya

    I checked one out at Toledo and was impressed with its quality, if it is like other Enya's it it would be a great engine.
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    Muffler & prop?

    Originally posted by Artisan
    A good and experienced friend of mine is running the Enya 1.80 two-stroke. He likes the engine and says it is a torquer and likes to run big lumber. His only complaint is that it is taking a while to break-in completely, but it is very flyable as is.
    What muffler, prop/rpm, is he using?
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    enya 180

    I do not remember, but I will ask him the next time I talk to him and post it here. Sorry. It has been a while since we have spoken.
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