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Goldberg .60 Ultimate 10-300 w/2-stroke

Old 12-17-2007, 01:43 AM
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Default Goldberg .60 Ultimate 10-300 w/2-stroke

What is a good 2-stroke for this plane. It calls for a .60-.90. Dont really like 4-strokes. I was thinking about the .91 O.S. 2-stroke
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Default RE: Goldberg .60 Ultimate 10-300 w/2-stroke

you have a couple of replys in the question and answer section
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sorry about posting in two different places just wasnt sure sure where to post to get the most feedback.
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Default RE: Goldberg .60 Ultimate 10-300 w/2-stroke

I know your Q is about 2 strokes, but you won't regret an OS 120 Surpass in this plane. That is what I run, have probably near 100 flights, and it flies rock solid and reliable, with unlimited vertical. Still lands nice and easy. Sounds nice too. Just for your consideration. Have fun with the CG Ultimate, very good flyer. Has a bit of dive to the bottom of the wing when in knife edge. Good flying to you, Jon
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Default RE: Goldberg .60 Ultimate 10-300 w/2-stroke

A 91 FX would be a decent choice. A Super Tigre G 90 isn't too bad either. The OS is 3 ounces lighter unless yoou put a Pitts muffler on the G90. Then it's only an ounce or so lighter. The Super Tigre is $100 cheaper
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how reliable are the super tigre motors

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