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  1. Is anyone running one of these yet?

    Is anyone running one of these yet?
  2. I would not recommend you use that product....

    I would not recommend you use that product. Adding water to the petrol increases the amount of water dissolved in the gasoline. The "ethanol out" sounds like something that prevents the water from...
  3. I am not familiar with ethanol out. Please post...

    I am not familiar with ethanol out. Please post an msds CD.
  4. Thread: break in oil

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    Come on you know you can search. It's not the oil...

    Come on you know you can search. It's not the oil that's important during break in, any two stroke oil will work. It's how you run the engine during break in that's important.

    use whichever oil...
  5. Thread: break in oil

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    Oooh another what oil thread :popcorn:

    Oooh another what oil thread :popcorn:
  6. stabilizer allows the ethanolto say in suspension...

    stabilizer allows the ethanolto say in suspension if a little bit of water gets into the fuel. Its also provides corrossion protection.

    stabilizer does not get rid of the ethanol.



    Just use...
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    Post pics of the substance in situ

    Post pics of the substance in situ
  8. Any synthetic two stroke oil from a reputable...

    Any synthetic two stroke oil from a reputable company will deliver the protection you require for all your two part mix fuelled two stroke petrol engines. Don't overthink this.....but then again what...
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    Thank you :)

    Thank you :)
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    What's the url for his store?

    What's the url for his store?
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    who builds the Naruke Wood version planes and...

    who builds the Naruke Wood version planes and where can one obtain one of these. I am not serious enough about pattern to want a full composite
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    No its not flown yet. I ended up waiting a long...

    No its not flown yet. I ended up waiting a long time for a header so I bought a 2nd hand Wind S110e in the mean time. But then my daughter was born so pattern came to a real slow down. Pickin it up...
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    But you do require one are the other. You have...

    But you do require one are the other. You have to have a MAP sensor at the minimum, without one the engine will not run with fuel injection or throttle body. You are right about the O2 sensors,...
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    It does not need an O2 sensor for several...

    It does not need an O2 sensor for several reasons:
    -the engine design parameter is not hinged on stiochiometric AFR. That is a requirementonly to allow emissions controls devices to function as...
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    In my experience the OS engines have offered...

    In my experience the OS engines have offered nothing over their DLE competitors. A mate of mine had a OS 33GT but after about 500min of running all hell has broken loose. The liner appears to be...
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    DLE20 would be my choice. I don't know what...

    DLE20 would be my choice.

    I don't know what the OS gives you to justify the massive price premium
  17. Thread: S-bus question

    by TimBle
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    You can use your std servos with S.bus receivers...

    You can use your std servos with S.bus receivers by either plugging them into the PWM ports or via decoder cable that assigns an address to the conventional servo.
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    Sorry I didn't want to spark off a fight. I just...

    Sorry I didn't want to spark off a fight. I just asked which servo's you were using because the servo number you lists belongs to a mini servo which is not really suited to power planes let alone...
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    Are you saying you see play in the Savox servo's?...

    Are you saying you see play in the Savox servo's? I don't experience much of that. Which Savox are you using?
    I fly gas engines btw and don't have problem with gear wear on Futaba, JR or Savox....
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    hedging? no,They will keep it around in that...

    hedging? no,They will keep it around in that stock will be available while there are units to sell. Once there's none left, then there's none left. Its gone cheers goodbye. Sunseting technology means...
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    plastic primary followed by metal for the rest is...

    plastic primary followed by metal for the rest is pretty standard
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    Correct Steve, they will support the FASST users...

    Correct Steve, they will support the FASST users for a while still but those products are moving out of production to make way for FASSTest and FHSS/S-FHSS. Sure theres a lot of FASST users out there...
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    Since the OP hasstill not answered the question...

    Since the OP hasstill not answered the question on which Tx he is refering too, the 8FG, 14Sg and18MZ can all accomodate 2 Lipo, 2Cell Life or the supplied NiMH packs
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    which futaba transmitter is the subject of...

    which futaba transmitter is the subject of discussion?
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    these servos run off packs with nominal voltage...

    these servos run off packs with nominal voltage of
    4.8V (4celll Nicad / Nimh)
    6.0V (5cell NiCad / Nimh)
    6.6V LiFe
    7.4 LiPO

    these are not the voltage limits!

    Soft start is a reduced servo...
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