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    QJ-2 Jett engine ?


    I wonder if You in Us, use the BSE or cast case?
    Which kind of plug and props do you use?
    Are the many people that use this engine?

    hopes for answer

    Glenn

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    RE: QJ-2 Jett engine ?

    To my knowledge the QJ-2 is only available with a cast case.

    I recently purchased an engine from the following site:

    http://www.darrolcady.com/index.htm

    Scott Hartman
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    RE: QJ-2 Jett engine ?

    More and more all the time, lots of converts, the motor is just as competitive as the Nelson LS.

    They are running mostly Merlin plugs, and the APC 7.8x7.5 prop.
    Dave Norman
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    RE: QJ-2 Jett engine ?

    The QJ-2 is a Quickie Jett. It is the second generation of the cast case. Most people that run the Jett use the Merlin "red" plug. Not sure about Props.

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    RE: QJ-2 Jett engine ?

    Thanks kommander, sorry missed that this was in the Quickie forum.

    In my opinion, the Nelson LS Quickie Motor is slightly stronger than the Jett LS Quickie Motor.

    However, Mike won the Nats with it a few years ago, so go figure.
    Dave Norman
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