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Old 07-31-2005, 08:32 AM
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ORIGINAL: jose_ribeiro

Sean, is the ys110 more powerfull than the saito 150? (without mufler)

Thaks very much.

Jose Roberto Ribeiro
My YS 1.10FZ on my Funtana S 90 is a little stronger than my friends Saito 150 on his Funtana S 90. We are spinning the same prop, using the same servos and roughly the same battery, but we have never tached them together to check the difference. I have flown his 150 combo and was impressed but I would have to say, the 1.10 has a slight advantage over the 1.50. It spools up the prop faster and runs a little faster on top end but this is only by ear. I'll try to tach his to get an exact number for you. As I mentioned, it does spool up the same prop faster. We both have been stating that we need a 17x6, but ground clearance would be a problem unless we get taller gear. He flys his 150 a lot more than I fly my 1.10, but the 1.10 is still slightly stronger. It may get even stronger the more I fly mine.
Old 08-02-2005, 01:54 PM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

I think on 20/20 fuel, Saito 150 should not be weaker than YS 110. On 30% heli fuel, I think YS 110 will start to pull away. Also, YS 110 is lighter, so that's the definite advantage. It's also cheaper too.
Old 10-07-2005, 06:48 PM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

Cool Power 30% Heli fuel
No muffler
1" 45ΒΊ manifold

Graupner 16x6 carbon fiber prop: 10700 RPM
Master Airscrew 14x7 3-blade: 10200 RPM
Old 10-25-2005, 02:14 PM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

ys 110 on 20% heli wildcat and im turning an apc 17X6 at 9000 rpms turned down 200 rpms.
Old 01-04-2006, 07:10 AM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

cool power 15
16*6 9100
cool power 30
16*6 10000
17*6 9100
Old 05-16-2007, 03:53 PM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

I AM PUTTING MY YS 110 ON A SEAGULL 260 I HAD IT ON A FUNTANA 90 IT HAD ALL THE POWER YOU NEEDED TO TEAR THE WINGS OF IF YOU DID NOT WATCH IT I ALWAYS RUN 30% HELI FUEL COOL POWER
Old 11-25-2007, 03:31 PM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

YS 110-S

10100 rpm on Youngblood 30% heli fuel, exhaust baffel removed and Evolution 16x6 prop with a 2.5"spinner.

This combo measured 16lbs 8oz of thrust with a digital fish gauge, I am going to try a APC 16x4W next.

That is around 2.6 - 2.8 horsepower...
Old 11-25-2007, 05:21 PM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

So I tried a APC 16x4W and it spun 10,800 but only produced 16lbs 10oz or 2 ounces more than the 16x6.
So the 16x4W is very inefficent and 10mph slower than the 16x6.

The bottom line is the YS 110-S rocks
Old 12-19-2007, 11:52 PM
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ORIGINAL: tIANci

Okay ... after about a gallong my YS110 is really performing, here are the new figures:

YS110
Fuel: 30% Cool Power (heli)
Prop: APC 16x6
NO muffler

Peak: 10,300 RPM

YS110
Fuel: 30% Cool Power (heli)
Prop: APC 16x6
WITH muffler

Peak: 10,000 RPM

I run it at 9,750 RPM. I find that the engine performance is lousy if it is peaking at 9,300-9,500 on the ground. YS support forum recommends running at 10,000 RPM and I see some truth in it. My engine is running at only about 210F-220F after flying her semi hard, not too hard. Hence, the engine temp is very good.

Tomorrow I will be trying out the APC 17x6, shall give you all the figures.

Build - I am not buying any more Saitos ... YS may cost more but its worth every dime!!! I ordered a YS160 after this one. Saw a YS63 perform too ... sweet as heck. YS engines are the way to go. My TT120 2C gives about the same max RPM as the YS110!

Nice thread, has lots of data for new YS110 owners. Are you still running this engine without the exhaust baffle? Though you are getting more RPM, I wonder how the lower back pressure affects the engine? Obviously there will be a bit more wear and tear running higher RPM but don't think it will be that critical regarding the life span of the engine.

Is yours running reliable?

Thanks.
Old 12-21-2007, 08:47 AM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

There is no back pressure in YS engines. Its crankcase supercharged, so you can use them even without a header pipe.
Old 05-11-2008, 12:29 PM
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NEW YS 1.10S with 3 14 oz tanks of WC 20/20through it with an OS f plug and open header.
Master Airscrew K 15-8 10,150 peaked, backed off too 9,850.
APC 15-8 10,200 peaked, backed off to 9,900 for flying.
Old 07-20-2009, 12:55 PM
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Is it possible to achieved substained idle on 10% nitro fuel and 18% oil?
Old 07-20-2009, 06:57 PM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

I doubt it, also the oil content will be to low.[X(] The recommended fuel is 20/20.
Old 09-13-2009, 10:11 AM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

YS 1,10 FZ. Magnum 30% Heli

APC 13x13N 10,000 RPM

Home brew 60% nitro, 23% Klotz synth oil

APC 13x13N 10,300
Old 12-20-2009, 01:07 AM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

YS 110 FZ

Flexible Exhaust pipe (6" long)

APC 16X7

Magnum #2 fuel

9000 RPM (richened slightly from a peak of 9200)

Old 01-09-2010, 10:38 PM
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Default RE: YS 1.10FZ Tach readings

(FWIW)I have a YS120sc and it appears The 120 still has a bit of extra oomph over the Newer 1.10s I'm getting 9000 rpm from a Ma 18-6 wide classic on 30 % 7500 with an 18-8 wood prop.Your 110s get the weight advantage tho. I'm waiting for the new 1.15 to come out .Sounds perfect for my upcoming Kyosho Kelly
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ORIGINAL: BartekSz

Is it possible to achieved substained idle on 10% nitro fuel and 18% oil?

No problem, I have flow my YS 110 many flights on 0% (straight) fuel just to try it. Once tuned/adjusted for the fuel it ran fine, although less power of course. Both me and a friend feed our YS`s 15/15 fuel for the most part and they run great. I guess 10% nitro will be no different. To get the most out of it (if you need it) 30/20 fuel is the best

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