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Old 11-05-2012, 02:23 PM
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HI WAS WONDERING IF ANY ONE HAS TRIED A ZENOAH 26 IN A 60 SIZE CUB 90 " WING SPAN WANTING TO CHANGE TO GAS THANKS CHARLES
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Old 11-05-2012, 03:13 PM
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The engine is too big or the plane is too small!
The G26 is a perfect fit for a 25% Cub either full or clipped wing. The 90" cub would be best suited with a beam-mount type gasoline engine like a Saito FG20 or a DLE20 or a NGH GT17.
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ditto!!
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I agree with the dle20 it has a rear carb & side exaust,it would squeeze rite in.
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the 17 would also be a very good choice.
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Old 01-27-2013, 11:01 PM
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my 1/4 sig cub had a G23 went to a G26 the upgrade was not that great,1/4 scale is 105" WS.so I'm going to a RCGF40 twin mainly because of all the wind I'm contending with and I dont do 3D just scale and with floats it should pull exellent,also adding a gyro for the rudder.
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