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Anyone tried one of the Evo C/L .36's?

Old 07-21-2008, 11:31 PM
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Default Anyone tried one of the Evo C/L .36's?

The remote needle turns me off, but that's easily remedied. The stated weight is a bit on the plump side too compared to say an old ST G21 .35 or 36XBB.
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Default RE: Anyone tried one of the Evo C/L .36's?

I have on the bench I just purchased, but haven't run it yet
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Default RE: Anyone tried one of the Evo C/L .36's?

Generally good comments on the other CL sites ( Stunthanger, Stuka Stunt)...

I have one. Planned travels prevented benching so far, but I expect good of it. Friend in town has one. We'll compare. If the good word holds, they'll be minimal fuss, ready/steady/go pieces with a 2 year mfr guarantee. AND, for CLPA, they come with a chip muffler and three venturii inserts to select the best match for your conditions...

Thanks, Evolution, for taking the advice of a competent USA stunt flyer, and offering the outcome to the rest of us - and at an attractive intro price, too!

More as it becomes avaiable. Trust this: Denny Adamisin - son of Art, and one time PAMPA Pres - had one of the early line production EVO 36CL's and spoke VERY well of it...

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Default RE: Anyone tried one of the Evo C/L .36's?

The Evo 36 C/L is a modern, high-performance, purpose-built control line motor, with all of the advantages that modern metallurgy brings. Get over your misconceptions about how a stunt motor should be configured and don't tryo to fix what aint broke. Mine arrived a couple of weeks ago and I've been flying it on a many-times-crashed ARF Cardinal that serves as my stunt trainer. Woo-hoo! The Evo produces more power than the LA .40 that it replaced with a great stunt-friendly run. Check out the Admisins on You-Tube with their ARF Vector 40 and you'll see what I mean. It's only rock 'n roll.

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