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80" Fusion gas

Old 03-21-2009, 07:28 AM
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Default 80" Fusion gas

Here is some pictures of my new 50cc powered Fusion I built. The total weight is 13.5lbs. with about 5oz. in the tail.
It is very light in the air with and hovers a little above idle. This plane feels like a big pattern ship, but
will 3D with the best of them. This is hands down the best small gasser I have flown and is as smooth as
my 40% Super Extra. chris
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Old 03-23-2009, 07:24 AM
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Wow, very clean modification and setup. What 50cc engine are you using?
Old 03-24-2009, 05:03 AM
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I took a chance and bought the $300 XYZ 50hp. So far so good with a dozen flights. You have a great design here!
This is the first plane I've ever owned that truely has 0 coupling in knife edge.
Old 03-25-2009, 07:55 AM
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I took a chance and bought the $300 XYZ 50hp. So far so good with a dozen flights. You have a great design here!
This is the first plane I've ever owned that truely has 0 coupling in knife edge.

Thanks and I'm glad the engine setup is working well. [sm=thumbup.gif]
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Default RE: 80" Fusion gas

That looks fantastic!! Talk about obscene powah!!!!

Any reason you didn't put the tank back at the CG? I put mine there on my gas OMP Edge and Yak so the CG would stay the same as the fuel ran down. I don't know how much fuse there is under the wing so it might not be feasible.

The 67" Fusion is also a 0 coupling KE machine. Get it in KE and you can scratch your butt with your right hand all day. One of these days I'll only be working one job and will be able to finish my 80" Fusion...[&o]
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The tank was too large to put back any further. I don't notice any trim change whether empty or full.

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