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Post  layback209 Mon Sep 13, 2021 3:21 pm

Thought I would share a new to me motor that just arrived from a great gent out west.  Look forward to giving it a good once over / cleaning, test stand run and flying. Would like to replace the screws hopefully they arnt the corse thread jis ones.

It's super cool that it came with the original box and sales pamphlet + nice selection of props to try, 10-6 to a cool wooden 9x7.

The exhaust has a massive trumpet on er.  Bet it will sing a great note.  May make a tongue muffler for it. Very strong compression, well oiled.  Fuji 35 Share 20210910
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Post  getback Tue Sep 14, 2021 6:58 am

Bee interesting to hear it sing ! Hope it runs good for you , got plans for it ?
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Post  layback209 Yesterday at 4:40 pm

@getback wrote:Bee interesting to hear it sing ! Hope it runs good for you , got plans for it ?

Thanks getback. I am not 100% what its longer term home will be yet. But I plan to test fly it on my foam core 35 sized plane that I have a mccoy 35 on right now. If also looks like an os, muffler / silencer might fit it, I like the flange set up it has. I also have a voodoo or combat cat I could build for it.

I do plan to bench run after a tune up and post a video. I'd like to do a vintage controlline motor run series or something.
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Post  layback209 Yesterday at 4:43 pm

Here is my testing plane. I think I should try and make some aluminum tapered motor mount wedges to keep the fuse wood ftom deforming from motor removals and what not. frFuji 35 Share 20210912
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Post  Ken Cook Yesterday at 5:24 pm

Keep in mind that when you mount that engine on your existing plane that this engine is probably 1 1/2 oz. heavier than the Mccoy. Feel it out at first rather than pull into a wingover that you can't recover from.
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Post  layback209 Yesterday at 6:03 pm

@Ken Cook wrote:              Keep in mind that when you mount that engine on your existing plane that this engine is probably 1 1/2 oz. heavier than the Mccoy.  Feel it out at first rather than pull into a wingover that you can't recover from.

Thanks Ken, great mension. I'll definitely do a c.g. check. May need a bit of tail weight.
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