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Old 06-29-2009, 01:26 PM
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Back in the day.....best engines I ever ran were Rossi Blackhead 60s with the Rossi tuned pipe. Are these still available? If so where can I get one? One more question: Are YS 2-cycle 60s still available?
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Old 06-29-2009, 04:39 PM
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Anybody out there?
Old 06-29-2009, 04:42 PM
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http://shop.vendio.com/RossiEnginesUSA/category/1/

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Back in the day.....best engines I ever ran were Rossi Blackhead 60s with the Rossi tuned pipe. Are these still available? If so where can I get one? One more question: Are YS 2-cycle 60s still available?
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Buy a Texas Rossi, www.jettengineering.com Much better product in my opinion. The pipes on the Rossi break very easy.
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Old 06-29-2009, 05:45 PM
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Thanks. I think I take your advice and get a Jett.
What Jett engine would you recommend for a .60 size (65in wingspan) 70s era Pattern Plane (Brushfire)?
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SJ 60L would do it.....
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Raindave,
Thanks for the info.
You live in my all-time favorite city....Greensboro.
That's where I started flying controlline waaay back in 1955.
I used to fly on the school yard at Lindley Elementary and at
the Pony League Ballpark a few blocks from the school.
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Thanks. I think I take your advice and get a Jett.
What Jett engine would you recommend for a .60 size (65in wingspan) 70s era Pattern Plane (Brushfire)?
Regards
JC
JC, this is where Dubb Jett outshines all. His customer service is the best in the business. Give him a call and let him know what you're up to and what you want to do and he'll handle it.

Being that you're in Texas anything that you may need will be at your door step in no time. I own three Jett engines, they cost a little more up front but I wouldn't hesitate to buy another if I needed it.

Bob Brassell (bob27) over on the RC Universe Jett support section is there to help you out if you have a question.
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Thanks. I think I take your advice and get a Jett.
What Jett engine would you recommend for a .60 size (65in wingspan) 70s era Pattern Plane (Brushfire)?
Regards
JC
Here is a thread where a Jett 90 was used. The 90 is a 60 "size" engine.

I like my 90L. It's like getting two engines in one. Just change the short "RPM" muffler to a long "Torque" muffler and it tunes without hassle. Two muffler screws and your back in RPM mode.

http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_48...tm.htm#4893272

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