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Quadra 35 on tuned pipe.

Old 07-22-2006, 07:23 AM
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Default Quadra 35 on tuned pipe.

MenzS 20x8: about 7000rpm, but the plane didn´t fly very well with that prop.
APC 20x8: 8000rpm, transformed the model completely. No need for another engine now..:-)
APC 18x10: about 8000rpm too, but measured on another tach so I can´t be sure of this number. Did pull very well it seemed.
Old 07-28-2006, 03:30 AM
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""APC 20x8: 8000rpm, transformed the model completely""

was that the wide blade prop or the narrow blade prop ??

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Default RE: Quadra 35 on tuned pipe.

Hi Jim

I think it´s the "normal" style. As far as I remember it says C-3 on the hub.
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""C-3""

well I know W is for wide and N is for narrow, I don't know what the C is for,,

thanks anyway's !!

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Default RE: Quadra 35 on tuned pipe.

What is the weight of this plane?? And how would you describe it's vertical performance?

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Jim

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