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Old 08-01-2004, 08:59 PM
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Well here it is, won this puppy at the Louisville PRO BRO put a Webra 50 on the front with Hitech 475's 85bb on throttle and Hitech electron 6 ch reciever and 720 6v battery. I can say I thought for sure this profile would not be for me and once I had it finished I would have to set it to the curb, but I was wrong I LIKE IT ALOOOT. (Minus the landing which has way to much flex) The webra 50 has me sold from now on all WEBRAS> here are some pics hope you like
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Old 08-02-2004, 07:08 AM
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Swick,

I'm glad you like it! The Webra 50 is a very strong motor, they've been producing powerhouses for many many years. I remember Brian Cooper talking about the best way to break in the different engine types. Can't remember what he said about Webras but are those unique in any way?
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Nope.
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Mike,

I'm no expert, but Paul should be able to fill you in on the Webra's (he has six of 'em). Guess he's got too many cause at the Cookeville Pro Bro he won one and gave it to me! I Love you man

The thing that I have seen so different about these engines is how tight they are. I am told that when looking for one, open the boxes and find the one that's hardest to turn over. They seem to really keep their compression too. I haven't broken mine in yet, but it's going on my EF 540 when I get the chance.

Shane: Didn't mean to be so long winded in your thread. Congrats on a great looking YAK and thanks for letting me fly it. I'm thinking I might have to have one of these in my stable eventually.
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Good looking bird, Shane!!!!!!!!!!!
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Sweet plane......

It inspires me to start mine
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Sweet plane......

It inspires me to start mine

All I can say is I reallllllllllly like it

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