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Post  YakNine on Mon Apr 29, 2019 4:47 am

Good deal bro as I've said before this is one of my favorite engines, I have more flights with a 15X than anything else since I came back to flying. Lately I have been running the Omega control line mix 10 - 22 1/2 castor 1/2 synthetic with just a little added castor. I used to use Master Airscrew 8x4's but have switched to the hobby king JXF 8x4's and like them better, I fly when it's cold a lot and they don't seem to break as easy. Set it for a wet 2 run, to rich and the plane will barely fly, if you peak it it will scream , I prefer to fly a little slower and I think the engine will last a lot longer in a wet 2 as well. Good luck TJ
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