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Thread: Cap 232G


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    Cap 232G

    Hi Mike,
    Any thoughts on using a Saito 220 on the Cap 232G?
    I have a Saito 220 looking for a home and have looked at this Cap.
    I plan on removing the covering in order to recover it in the same scheme as the 1/3rd Cap [ Its my favorite covering scheme].
    So with that in mind I could take some additional lightening measures if needed. Also a carbon tail wheel etc.
    By the way, I plan on using it mostly for precision type flying maybe a little 3D stuff.

    Thx Dave

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    RE: Cap 232G

    It will be ok for some precision stuff, but it is pretty big for the engine.
    Mike McConville
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    RE: Cap 232G

    Thanks Mike I appreciate your advice.

    thx Dave


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