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Old 11-06-2007, 01:26 PM
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i plan on buying my frist ys for a u can do60 close to 10lbs ready to fly with a 120mag on it 1 or 2 ozs hever than the ys110 the mag will hover it on a cool day with a 17x4w apc so should i go with a 110 or a 140 for this job i would like to have plenty of power for 3d but i dont want to rip it apart eather and you can forget going fast with that airframe too

rechecked and the 110 is 4.5oz lighter than the 120 mag thats on it right now
Old 11-06-2007, 02:54 PM
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This might be better suited in one of the U-Can-Do threads....but, I can say that myself, and a few friends have all had the UcanDo with the YS 1.10 in em, and they had all the power you needed, and then some, for anything you wanted to try. I'm a little surprised at the weight you are coming in at. I no longer have mine, but i know it didn't weigh 10 lbs. Are you sure you aren't talking about the bigger one?

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Old 11-06-2007, 03:29 PM
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ya its the 60 do i dont have a good scale im doing it like you would a baby on a bathroom scale not the best and it is a little on the heavy side some extra glue of course and a dubbler here and there and added fly wires and heavy dutey pushrods and control horns beefed up the wheel pants and cowl add about 4oz to them stock it was still over addvertiesed its probally not 10lbs but it woulnt surprise me if its 9lbs
Old 11-06-2007, 03:34 PM
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Default RE: ys110s or ys140

Sounds like what you really need is a 1.60 for that baby!

I got a new in the box one I may want to sell.
lol
No, seriously, I had a UCD 60 with a YS 1.10FZ.
It started life with a Saito 1.00.
The 1.10 flew it with plenty of power.
Don't know what the 1.10 S is like but I think I've seen Troy mention they should have a couple hundred more rpm than the FZ.
If you didn't add a whole lot of weight I would think the 1.10 will be plenty.
But I still have that 1.60 I'd sell!
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Old 11-06-2007, 05:37 PM
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doubt your 10.mine was 7.4 with a 1.10 and a full tank.that this would give an estes rocket a good run,(sorry for the highjack)

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