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    RE: Best sounding R/C Plane ever..

    Yeah, I had seen that video before and I have seen an OS 5 Cylinder run live at the club a long time ago.

    Dont get me wrong, those engines are VERY nice and look absolutely beautiful but they...
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    RE: Best sounding R/C Plane ever..

    I agree. I think it's the combination of Multi-cylinder / 4 strokes / the prop / and Ignition..

    The Saito and OS 3, 5, and 7 cylinder radials are nice but they are glows and they unfortunately...
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    Best sounding R/C Plane ever..

    OK, so it's totally off topic and really belongs in a giant scale forum but.. If that does not send chills down your spine, you're probably in the wrong hobby.

    Play the 'Galloping Ghost P51...
  4. RE: Cox 049 Tee Dee & Medallion Starter Springs now available

    Nice, it's so easy to hit and bend the NV using a chicken stick on the Medallion

    Merci Bernie [8D]
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    RE: Dang, broke my Extra

    Mine does climb straight-up (Very slowly) / hovers / and Torque Rolls with the Enya .09

    I have to admit that I did take a few steps to keep it as light as possible but it's still about 28-30...
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    RE: Where does one obtain Cox fuel in Canada?

    It's true that it's fairly messy, but as crazy as it sounds my 28-30 % high oil content mix truly showed more power / more consistent runs, I tried less oil and with my lean mixtures and demanding...
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    RE: Where does one obtain Cox fuel in Canada?

    Sorry I'm a little late to the party, I was traveling on business..

    As mentionned on many of my prior posts, I use PowerMaster Heli 30% Nitro and I add an additional 10% Benol or Castor (Benol...
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    RE: Large PAW diesels?

    I had mine on a smaller plane that needed some speed to fly and the 12 X 10 Zinger was the best prop for it. I was getting 8200 rpms which would translate to 77 mph theoretical speed.

    The 12...
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    RE: Cox 010 RC plane?

    I see, so there was no beam going along the spar from 2nd or so rib to the other side connecting the wing roots together. Instead, it was a "Butt join" to the center section shown on the prior...
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    RE: Cox 010 RC plane?

    Too bad about "structural issue" it was flying beautifully.

    What did you use as covering? Do you have some pics of the breakage ? The fuselage looked pretty well triangulated from the earlier...
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    RE: Large PAW diesels?

    My PAW .60 i just as described on the earlier posts. It does not have much power but I did get it to throttle and run as well is it could by picking an "In between" carb setting and running the...
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    RE: ID this plane and advise engine size

    Same here, I have actually never been shot down from interference. All my radio related failures have been caused by receiver battery or servo issues, neither could have been addressed by 2.4 Ghz. ...
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    RE: Cox 049 RPM ???

    WIth a Cox 049, low nitro will give you low power at any temperature. In fact, low temps (Up to a point) should give you more power as the air is denser and engine cooling is improved (You can get...
  14. Thread: Plumbing

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    RE: Plumbing

    It depends on the application:

    For the .25 and larger planes with basic engines, I have an inline filter between the fuel can and the tank. (None onboard)

    For my Heli and my YS powered...
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    RE: Enya Gasoline Engine with Glow Plug

    Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love Enya engines, I own 4 of them, have owned Enyas since the early 80's.

    But, please explain to me how a plain Jane 2 strokes with a basic weed eater type...
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    RE: Enya Gasoline Engine with Glow Plug

    It's supposed to be out tomorrow, just got an email from Enya Direct about it today. I was really disapointed to see that the price is set at JPY 89,800 which loosely translates to about US $1100.00....
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    RE: Aint no show car its a MUSTANG

    2000 GT Streetable Track toy. Modded for Road Racing to NASA TTC Specification. Mild Engine mods, full race suspension / brakes. 2008 NASA Southeast TTC Champion, HPDE / Track Days sleeper.

    ...
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    RE: What 1:1 car do you drive.

    My Daily Driver is a Saab 900 SE Convertible. My track toy is a NASA TTC Prep'd 2000 Mustang GT. 2008 Nasa Southeast TTC Champion and HPDE sleeper..
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    RE: Ys 45 2-stroke

    How fresh is your check valve? That'd be the 1st place I look. Beyond that, take the pump apart and make sure everything is clean / gaskets tight and clean / pay particular attention to the plunger...
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    RE: Air Lite by Aero Technologies

    The specs say 44 ounces, it won't be a hovering machine but should fly decently. I'd fly it with a MAS 8 X 3 combat prop to give it as much vertical authority as possible. I would take every...
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    RE: cox .010 apreciation thread

    If you're having cranks made, You might want to consider a round intake window instead of square as shown by Mr. Cox on an earlier post. The square intake window's corners have been known to induce...
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    RE: cox .010 apreciation thread

    If you really want to throttle a "Micro" Cox, Your idea of the .020 is the better one, get a Tee Dee 020 and install that sleeve/ cylinder / piston combo you have on it. The Tee Dee 020 runs more...
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    RE: cox .010 apreciation thread

    HI Nitro, I hate to break it to you but functional .010 throttles are pretty much made out of Unobtainium these days..

    I looked into it fairly extensively and there used to be a company called...
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    RE: cox .010 apreciation thread

    Honestly George, I don't know.. I just got interested in the .010 enough to buy one (or 2 :)) in the past 6 mos.

    The 1st one I bought came with the integrated tank and no external tank mount,...
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    RE: cox .010 apreciation thread

    "Classy Little Stunt Job" indeed. I love it. Just the ticket for the backyard. Thanks George.

    -Francois
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