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Old 10-22-2018, 03:27 PM
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Originally Posted by TimD. View Post
I have the FG90 in mine and it drags it around just fine. My Delima is with the TopRc gear being so CRAPPY.
TimD, do you have any video?
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Old 10-22-2018, 04:36 PM
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Sorry I do not. The gear craped out on the 4th or 5th flight. I need to get a new set from Sierra.
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Old 10-22-2018, 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by TimD. View Post
Sorry I do not. The gear craped out on the 4th or 5th flight. I need to get a new set from Sierra.

Thanks for the reply, for as much as they were charging for that gear you'd think they be have decent. My order is all do this week!
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We had a little problem with the landing gear on his big Mulligan or it would have flown but I’m pretty sure it will be fast with its thin wings.

TimD what prop are you using and what RPM are you seeing on the ground/air?

My FG84/Keleo is modified by Ray English and turns a Xoar 24x14 at 7400rpm in the air. It’s in a Top Flight Corsair and weighs about 27 pounds dry. Just for comparison...
The Mulligan has a 100 inch span and has the 90 in it.
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Iíve been holding out for a UMS 125 5 cylinder but itís not in production yet so I may go with my second choice of a DLA 128cc 4 cylinder two stroke from golden skies RC Iíve seen it on two planes and itís a really nice engine that will easily fit in the cowl
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Originally Posted by n8622t View Post
Iíve been holding out for a UMS 125 5 cylinder but itís not in production yet so I may go with my second choice of a DLA 128cc 4 cylinder two stroke from golden skies RC Iíve seen it on two planes and itís a really nice engine that will easily fit in the cowl
How would Moki 150 fit?
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Old 10-24-2018, 02:52 PM
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How would Moki 150 fit?
it would fit fine
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If a DLE-111 works with no fit issues.....anyone care to guess a DLE-120 would work? I just happened to have a DLE-120 NIB in my stash.....
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Originally Posted by CaptRKO View Post
If a DLE-111 works with no fit issues.....anyone care to guess a DLE-120 would work? I just happened to have a DLE-120 NIB in my stash.....
The DLE 120 is 250mm wide and the DLE 111 is 255mm wide. Looks like the DLE 120 would fit fine!
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Originally Posted by tevans55 View Post
The DLE 120 is 250mm wide and the DLE 111 is 255mm wide. Looks like the DLE 120 would fit fine!
I think they are the same size with plugs and caps on. You will have around 3 or 4 mm clearance in the cowl.
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Solved my overheating problem with this muffler wrap from Summit Racing.


By the way, I measured the clearance in my cowl. My spark plug caps have a 17mm clearance on one side and 13mm on the other. My plug caps both fit in the air channel blisters on either side of the cowl.
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Originally Posted by tevans55 View Post
Solved my overheating problem with this muffler wrap from Summit Racing.


By the way, I measured the clearance in my cowl. My spark plug caps have a 17mm clearance on one side and 13mm on the other. My plug caps both fit in the air channel blisters on either side of the cowl.
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