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Aeroworks .60-.90 Extra with 20cc

Old 04-05-2015, 06:47 PM
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I have been out of flying for about 2.5 years. I left flying a 50cc extra. I would like to get back into it and want to have a gas plane. I have been looking at the extra with a 20cc dle. I was wondering how the power to weight is as all i ever flew was 3d. I dont want to spend the money for a 50cc and 30cc will probably be as far as i go. When I flew 50cc i worried so much about the cost of replacing it that I kept myself from having fun. Im not even sure a 50 would fit in my current vehicle. My main concerns are having to cut the firewall and the strength that may take away and the fact that most say Aeroworks planes are on the heavy side.I like the 20cc also because I can use low cost hitec 5625's or 5645's. The only thing I have left is my tank and pump for planes. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Also the .60-.90 yak doesnt seem to have the conversion kit for the 20cc but is in the list on the website.
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Hello,

The .60-.90 Extra 260 is a great plane for the DLE20cc. The power to weight is very good and the performance is incredible.

The firewall is very strong and is not a problem. We offer the conversion kit for the Extra 260 and 300 but not the .60-.90 Yak 54 because the Yak has a little lighter airframe and was designed more for electric. But it can use the DLE20 and we have many customers that are using this combination.

We have the .60-.90 Extra 300 and Yak 54 in Stock but are Out of Stock on the Extra 260.Hello,

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

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I think would prefer the Extra 300 since that is the giant scale I was flying when I stopped. Would the 5625's be sufficient. I prefer them for the speed over the 5645's. Also which style of 20cc do you recommend as far as side exhaust or rear exhaust.
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I have decided to go ahead with my plans for the 300. I just ordered a radio so Im in it for good now. What woud you recommend for servos 5645's or 5625's and can the tank be used with gas other than lines and such of course.What size tank do you recommend. Any recommendations on setup would be great. Probably gonna buy a little at a time.

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Great, I would recommend the 5645’s but if you have the 5625’s they will also be ok to use.

We make an addendum kit for the plane for installing the DLE20cc side muffler. The DLE20RA with rear muffler will not mount using the provided engine mounts.
Visit link: http://www.aero-works.net/product/dl...tallation-kit/

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