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Old 11-29-2005, 07:46 PM
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hi all, i really need help about this product, any help, coments or pictures will be highly apreciated..

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXCA74&P=0.. tower says this product changes the rectangle port to a round exit, but the pic doesnt seem like it...

if it looks more like this but for the 108 fsr....
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXCA77&P=0.... ;its exactly what i need ...

my intention is to build a header for the os 108 fsr... if i have the base that mounts to the engine and the exit is round, all i need is to weld a bended aluminum tube onto it...

i want to install a tunned pipe on my funtana 90 with the os 108 fsr engine, thats why i need to build my custom header that will fit nicely in the plane...

thanks, and all help will be apreciated...
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Old 11-30-2005, 09:57 PM
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Default RE: need help on O.S. Exhaust Adapter .90 R/FSR???

FKY1000,

I've got a OS Max .90 fsr on my TF Corsair and it has the round or 'Micky Mouse' style exhaust exit. It looks to me like the first link is to convert the round style to a rectangular style exhaust. Unfortunetly it's not going to work for your adaption. I don't think the second link is going to line up correctly on the fsr exhaust port.

On a second look - it may be that Tower simply flipped the adaptor part and took a picture of the back side?

If you had the money, I would say buy it and if it doesn't work, return it.

Good luck in finding the part you need!

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