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Old 05-20-2008, 12:49 AM
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Did a comparison with FAI and 15% nitro fuel . On the FAI fuel with an OS A3 plug and a Master Airscrew 10X5 it ran a nice 13,000 but if a little glow heat was added it would rise several hundred rpms so I think a little more compression would sort out this combo. Switched to 15% Sig and ran a much smoother 13,500 very steady but didn't want to push it since this is a brand new engine. I will try some different combos on this theme and see what I can come up with. Either fuel started easy without even the need for an electric starter.
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Old 05-23-2008, 01:11 PM
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I have made a sad decision to sell the GMS .32.[] I need the money to pay for the new .46 I bought from SIG. Luckily my tests have shown it is a very powerful engine. I think it will pull just about anything through the sky that I will ever fly. The GMS .32 is a good reliable engine and it should go to a good home. I just went in a different direction is all, I do that a lot. [sm=confused_smile.gif]
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