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    TT .61 Pro full length Mac's Pipe

    50 degrees unknown humidity Cool Power 15% with 3 oz castor added per gallon.

    APC 10x8 @ 15,000 RPM +/- 150
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    RE: TT .61 Pro full length Mac's Pipe

    Good number! What's she do with an APC 11 x 7? I'm guessing somewhere in the low 14s.

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    RE: TT .61 Pro full length Mac's Pipe

    That's really good for a 1/2a engine!
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    RE: TT .61 Pro full length Mac's Pipe

    ORIGINAL: soarrich

    That's really good for a 1/2a engine!
    Doh! Get used to put'n that .0 in front of everything when you mess with lil engines too
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    RE: TT .61 Pro full length Mac's Pipe


    ORIGINAL: Harry Lagman

    Good number! What's she do with an APC 11 x 7? I'm guessing somewhere in the low 14s.
    I'll have to check my invantory if props and see if I have one. This is the first engine I've tried to "go fast" with so I started with the 10x8. I have a bunch of 3D props that probably won't like the pipe.
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    RE: TT .61 Pro full length Mac's Pipe


    ORIGINAL: Mr67Stang

    50 degrees unknown humidity Cool Power 15% with 3 oz castor added per gallon.

    APC 10x8 @ 15,000 RPM +/- 150
    Wow thats more than I would think ....

    Is the engine totally broke in ????
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    RE: TT .61 Pro full length Mac's Pipe

    The engine is very used. So yes, it is totally broke in. The piston is actually brown in color instead of the normal dull alluminium. I imagine it starts out kinda loose and does not completely seal until up to operating temperature.
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    RE: TT .61 Pro full length Mac's Pipe

    That's not bad rpm! I'm impressed with my OS 55ax though. With a better than stock (tower hobbies .46 $15 pipe) non-tuned pipe she turns an APC 10x8 @ 14,250 on 10% Omega. Nice to see the .61 turning large RPM, though for the weight trade-off I'm happy with the 55ax.
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    RE: TT .61 Pro full length Mac's Pipe


    ORIGINAL: Mr67Stang

    The engine is very used. So yes, it is totally broke in. The piston is actually brown in color instead of the normal dull alluminium. I imagine it starts out kinda loose and does not completely seal until up to operating temperature.
    Considering its very used and is developing 15k , I think I need to give a chance to this engine in the future. My Rossi 53 is able to develop just 500 rpm more with the same prop.

    Good job bro !!! [8D]
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