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Post  getback Thu Aug 27, 2015 10:52 am

Had  alittle time to get some run time in and didn't know if this one would run or not , so enjoy my stupid antics    All I need now is a big ole plane to put it on , it gave me a fit getting the second run ,but did get it to run the tank out , I think I flooded it !! Very Happy  Test run Enya 15 III  Engine10  Getback
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Post  larrys4227 Thu Aug 27, 2015 11:26 am

Your just havin' some fun today, ain't ya ..... nice!
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Post  rsv1cox Thu Aug 27, 2015 12:01 pm

Chicken stick Eric, Chicken stick????? It's like love, only hurts for a little while. Smile Smile

Nice run, but these .15 and below Enyas do tend to start hard. My .29's + are real easy to start or maybe they are just broken in.

My .09's and 15's seem to like about only about two turns on the NV.

I have the same problem, where to put them. All of my .15 and below airplanes already have something mounted, but I did just buy a SIG Buster, one will find it's way there I'm sure.

Bob

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Post  getback Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:42 am

Yea Larry , things have been stressful here for the last few weeks and just needed to get some nitro in the air , Good therapy the beer is just a bonus , Bob the engine was set at 2 rounds on the needle but I didn't think that would get it going and am not sure if its broken in or if I was going to be able to adjust the needle , Chicken Stick yes brother I am not as fast I use to be and my finger don't need anymore pain right now , LoL I was wanting to run my 09but this was the first one I could get my hands on , I will have to hunt the 09 down I don't think It is broken in good had it on a little bipe I made for it years ago and flew couple times . getback Very Happy
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Post  GallopingGhostler Mon Aug 31, 2015 12:02 am

Eric, looks like you were having a blast running that Enya .15-III.

I really like my Enya .15-III TV. It puts out the same power on a Masters 8x6 prop as my OS Max .15FP-S on an 8x4 prop. Power peaks out at a lower RPM than the Schneurles, to it can turn larger diameter or higher pitched props with ease. No doubt I'd have a little more power if I had a venturi like yours instead of an RC carb wired wide open. It does a decent Wet-2 to Lean-2 during a stunt returning to Wet-2 in level flight.
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