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    Drop Plane... Decathalon 120

    I'm wondering if anyone has used a Dacathalon 120 as a drop plane. I'm assuming it might be too squirly? I have a OS 90 or a 50CC gas that I am thinking of putting on it..

    What do you think?

    Thanks

    Ucak
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    RE: Drop Plane... Decathalon 120

    Any 50cc gasser that I know of would be too big for that plane. You would need so much lead in the tail to balance the plane it would lose all its good flying characteristics.
    A large glow in the 150 or 180 class would work, or a 30cc gasser could work. Try to choose an engine that would weigh no more than the 180 glow.


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