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Post  getback on Sat Dec 05, 2020 5:52 am

Hello ohguy I have the Med .09 in a few flavors but have not ran one i can recall . I am wondering what plane is this it is surely not a baby ring and the Jr. is 30" WS Scratch built / sized up down ? Where is the CG / And what other choices do you have for engines? Hope we can get you where you want to bee . Very Happy
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Post  oldguy on Sat Dec 05, 2020 10:19 am

getback wrote:Hello  ohguy  I have the Med .09 in a few flavors but have not ran one i can recall .  I am wondering what plane is this it is surely not a baby ring and the Jr. is 30" WS  Scratch built / sized up down ? Where is the CG / And what other choices do you have for engines? Hope we can get you where you want to bee . Very Happy

Yes it is a scratch built, and it does have some similar looks to a smaller RM. And yes it came out on the odd size. I don't have any other choices for engines right now. With the .09 it was rather nose heavy.
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Post  944_Jim on Sat Dec 05, 2020 4:02 pm

Sorry, Guys. No video. Old fuel, and a dead power panel battery caused me no small grief!

I suspect this is my Fox .35 fuel at about 5-10% Nitro, 25% oil (60/40 castor/synthetic). Did I say old?

My youngest son gave me a gift last night...a foot hole in one of the interior house walls while pitching a fit. We have been busy patching the hole and prepping to paint the whole hallway.

Anyway, on a Zinger wood prop 7/4, we got 12,500 rpm.

If I get a quiet moment tonight, I'll make up a fresh (controlled/known) batch and try again tomorrow. The power panel battery should be charged too. So that should make it easier to start the engine, instead of a D-cell pinching the glowplug clip in one hand while flipping with the other.
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Post  getback on Sun Dec 06, 2020 8:29 am

a foot hole in one of the interior house walls while pitching a fit. wrote:
Mad DAMMIT!
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Post  OhBee on Sun Dec 06, 2020 3:04 pm

I hope somebody got a good ass kicken!....
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