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Old 08-02-2010, 07:22 PM
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Its fact, I am good friends with a palindrome. Scotty
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Is this thread all just wishful thinking? With all due respect to the original poster, are we relying on one source or has anyone else heard anything about this new engine?
That was the purpose of this thread.. so far the information has been remarkably consistent from a variety of sources. Of course, everything is wishful thinking until the product is announced, and hits the streets........
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Old 08-03-2010, 01:26 AM
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Smaller size with more thrust means more revs= noise the current P80SE is the quietest turbine you can get, and in these noise sensitive times that is an important factor to consider.

Mike
I'm with Mike.
I really really dont like the terrible noise and sound of the G-booster 90, Wren support, etc.
I sure hope the P80 will sound like a turbine and not like a screaming mouse catched in a boobytrap!
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Old 08-03-2010, 02:36 AM
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The p100 (sx??) Will be a good news for the owners of médium size jets !!
P80 is very reliable but definitely too heavy !

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Hello all,

Are you sure that a new P100 (SX ???) will be shown at Jetpower ?

It will be very interesting for me because I am looking for something reliable for my Graupner Inspiration since the Evojet 90 is no more available......

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So whats Happened to EVOJET ??? I think i read they are made by Hammer, and avalable under several names, anyone know what the story is ???

Cheers Jeremy.
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Old 08-03-2010, 03:53 AM
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Now Hammer sells direct to the european customer base and work together
with only a few dealers in overseas. for new zealand this is JETFX .......

[link=http://web.mac.com/martincowan1/JFX_/JFX_HOME.html]Homepage Jet FX[/link]

The new Hammer 90+ has a all new KOAX Exhaust nozzle in is much
quieter than the older versions, measured in my barf at full throttle with 87db

the story was written down here serveral times, pls use the search engine

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Old 09-08-2010, 03:04 PM
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Sooo,when will the P100 come out?
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Old 09-09-2010, 12:30 AM
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I think at JetPower next week...

Anyway, if it is true, we might expect a lot of promotions on the P-60 and P-70 ... as long stock lasts...
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Old 09-09-2010, 09:38 AM
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Does that mean that P80SE and P120SX could drop in prices?
If so,I am really happy!
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Old 09-09-2010, 12:31 PM
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if only......
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Old 09-09-2010, 01:17 PM
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no prices will remain i heard
the p-80SE is still one of the best sellers out there.
IF there is a P-100 on the stand , it will be added to the production line but wont replace the P-80SE.
and the p-60SE will stay also.
but all is just a rumor.
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Old 09-09-2010, 01:22 PM
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Well,in Europe,P80SE is 1588 eur and P120sx is 2100 eur.If P100 come in P80SE's price range,they would have to drop prices cuz P100 will be P70 size and between P80 and P120 thrust.
Hoping...
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where can you get a 120sx for 2100 euros from?
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Well,in Europe,P80SE is 1588 eur and P120sx is 2100 eur.If P100 come in P80SE's price range,they would have to drop prices cuz P100 will be P70 size and between P80 and P120 thrust.
Hoping...
hoping yes.........that would mean the p-20 goes for 1300?
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where can you get a 120sx for 2100 euros from?
Here:
http://www.hobbydirekt.de/Turbinen/J...116dcd7f293dd7
I found that JetCat turbines are really cheaper in Europe than in USA.

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Old 09-09-2010, 01:42 PM
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hoping yes.........that would mean the p-20 goes for 1300?
Well,P20 is more expensive thna P80SE and P60SE right now.
Smaller the turbine,more precise it has to be.It also run at much higher rpm.
P60SE-160000rpm
P80SE-123000rpm
P20SE-245000rpm

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Old 09-09-2010, 01:45 PM
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where can you get a 120sx for 2100 euros from?

dont forget he is quoting the prices without vat..
he will need to pay the taxes on arrival
buying from local shops vat is included
sometimes prices are the same but the extra,s you get for free count ;-)

the one you point to is a used one but still cheap...
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Old 09-09-2010, 01:49 PM
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It says 19% tax included.Thats Mwst,I think.
How do you know it's used?
EDIT:it only says that it was 19 minutes on test stand.

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no worry,s ours are cheaper
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This turbine will be a great one to fit into F4C class scale model where the weight limit is at 15kgs without fuel. 
Hope to see it soon at JP.
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Old 09-09-2010, 02:55 PM
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no worry,s ours are cheaper
I didn't understand.
What is cheaper and where?

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P120 stay, P80 Stay- P-70 BYE BYE. The 80 is still one of the best sellers JC makes, that is why they upgraded it to the SE and dropped the price. Expect the 100 to come in between the P20 and P120. Remember that material costs are really minimal between the mass of a 120 and a 20 but the labor and assembly costs for a 20 are MUCH higher. Scotty
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Guy, any news about this engine yet ?

Thanks

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Its a new P-140X afterburning...............

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Interesting that this thread should surface again exactly one year to the day when I first posed the question......have yet to see the hardware, so went with a trusty P-80se
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