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"Medallion .049"

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Post  ian1954 on Thu Mar 24, 2016 7:52 pm

This engine is ideal for an RC "Fun Flyer". Unlike the 52 V1, it responds rapidly to the throttle and the silencer is very effective without being too much of a power robber.

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Here it is with the Genesis pipe attached.

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I have only flown electric "Fun Flyers", they suit me because I can fly slowly and keep the plane at close range.

Here is a video of the Cougar Fun Flyer with one attached .............

The Cougar is on my list of things I can't possibly live without! Smoking
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