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Old 12-25-2003, 05:09 PM
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After cleaning the shop up a bit I found 3 engines that had no planes on them! I have the hots for a Kyosho Gee Bee Z arf. Here's where you come in, of these 3 engines which would be best? And tell me why or why not. Maybe you have a better choice for an engine, than I would sell these and buy what you most recommend. I don't need a dog, would rather be on the fast end than the slow end! Thanks for your input, Lon
A. Thunder Tiger 54 4 stroke
B. O.S. FS Surpass 70 4 stroke
C. Saito FA 56 Hemi Head 4 stroke
Old 12-26-2003, 01:19 AM
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I would go with B. O.S. FS Surpass 70 4 stroke, I'm having the same issue with my YS63, Lost the plane but I'm thinking of getting a giles for it when the taxes get here. on a 40 size plane the 50 class 4-strokes will pull it but will lack on the extra power. Tomorrow we are going to look at buying the GP GeeBee for the 120 my brother needs a plane for. thase watermelons with wings do look cool.

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Old 12-26-2003, 04:11 AM
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Go with the OS 70...you already have it so you don't have to sell it at a loss, and it will fly the Gee Bee very nice.
Old 12-26-2003, 05:04 AM
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O.S. FS Surpass 70 4 stroke definatly should have ample power with that. what size is the gee bee i love them myself but never got round to buying one yet too busy practiceing to get into the comps.

if you get one would love to see some pics of it



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