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Old 03-15-2004, 03:05 PM
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I'm going to put one of these together with a TT36Pro w/MACs muffler. What prop would be good with this engine? What is the smallest servo I can get away with or should I just use standard sized servos?


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Hi Jay,
Likely a 10x4 or 10x5 is going to be a good choice. It is important that the engine respond quickly to have the most fun flying your pbf.
I would use standard servos and not run the risk of damaging any expensive ones, they will work fine and the plane will still be plenty light - mine usually end up about 2.5 lbs. ready to go.
GOOD LUCK and have FUN!

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