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    If you are looking for 1/4-32 plugs, buy the...

    If you are looking for 1/4-32 plugs, buy the cheap $12 RCXEL Chinese plugs. They are as good or better than the more expensive options.
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    Lube in an air system is only bad for painting &...

    Lube in an air system is only bad for painting & certain other applications. For industrial pneumatic/mechanical systems lubricators are placed in the systems, usually just before a cylinder or other...
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    Nope, my "smallest" is the FA-91S that I...

    Nope, my "smallest" is the FA-91S that I originally bought to power the USAircore "Knighthawk".

    It's going in the 1/5 scale J-3 Cub unless I can somehow finagle enough $$$ to get an FA-115 for it.
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    Likewise for tuning. An imbalanced engine will...

    Likewise for tuning. An imbalanced engine will not improve with tuning. It will not vibrate more due to not being in tune. It may shake more at idle when out of tube, but at mid to full RPM it is the...
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    I'd love to here that running.

    I'd love to here that running.
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    :eek: I put put my FA-150 straight in @ WOT...

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    I put put my FA-150 straight in @ WOT when I tried a split "S" from "insufficient altitude". Buried it in the soft spring loam of Southern Indiana so far only the fire hose nozzle muffler...
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    [Q And a YUGO was just as god as a...

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    And a YUGO was just as god as a Mercedes!

    Want to buy one cheap?
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    A cold air inlet would probably be beneficial on...

    A cold air inlet would probably be beneficial on a large radial in a closed cowl situation where there was limited openings due to scale considerations.

    Some guys running the FG-84R3s are having...
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    Now would be a good opportunity to lighten up the...

    Now would be a good opportunity to lighten up the tail even more.
  10. Somebody?

    Somebody?
  11. There's no extra equipment to carry around W/CDI....

    There's no extra equipment to carry around W/CDI. The same type batteries used for e Rx can be used for the ignition. A simple switch is all that is needed for the system & the throttle trim can be...
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    I wouldn't expect to add a regulator to any Saito...

    I wouldn't expect to add a regulator to any Saito W/O having to re-visit the needle settings. That being said, I don't think it would be a difficult endeavor.
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    If it ain't broke ya can't fix it.

    If it ain't broke ya can't fix it.
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    Or shave 1mm from the case deck of an FA-450R3 ,...

    Or shave 1mm from the case deck of an FA-450R3 , slap FA-180B cylinders on top W/FG-84 pistons for 12.2:1CR, do the Ray English mod, port the intake for 12mm alky carb & run glow fuel. A 5.12 cu. in....
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    It has more to do W/valve train geometry than...

    It has more to do W/valve train geometry than engine speed. Even @ idle some of the valves will remain open. If the geometry is such that the open valves will interfere W/ the piston, then it is an...
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    You were lucky it wasn't an " interference"...

    You were lucky it wasn't an " interference" engine. Many OHC engines eat the valves/piston when the belt fails.
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    I would expect a little bit of noise until the...

    I would expect a little bit of noise until the valves auto clearance themselves with the pistons. Then it goes quiet.
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    I've used them for years. I back them up W/nyloc...

    I've used them for years. I back them up W/nyloc nuts after I crank them down for the desired amount of resilience.
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    I wonder what happens when the belt fails.

    I wonder what happens when the belt fails.
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    "With the cowl cheeks cut off".

    "With the cowl cheeks cut off".
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    . I'm saying that with the limited power...

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    I'm saying that with the limited power output of a 4-stroke gas engine, the Storch is an ideal airframe. As far as your gas tank mounting issues, the fuel economy of a gas 4-stroke will require...
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    How ow many RADIAL Saitos have you worked with? ...

    How ow many RADIAL Saitos have you worked with?

    That is what I repeatedly cite. That Radials will be the type of engine mist likely to benefit from cold air induction rather than pulling hot air...
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    Use rubber " well nuts" in lieu of "T" nuts to...

    Use rubber " well nuts" in lieu of "T" nuts to secure the engine mount to the firewall.
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    I fail to see see the advantage of overhead cams...

    I fail to see see the advantage of overhead cams in an engine that will only turn 7000 RPM.
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    On the Gen-III Chrysler Hemis, a high IAT will...

    On the Gen-III Chrysler Hemis, a high IAT will cause the computer to pull ignition timing killing the 60' times. Once the car is moving, cold air entering the intake will allow the timing to...
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