27% Ultimate...Is a G62 too much?
I'm trying to use up some "I already got the stuff" projects this winter and avoid buying too many more arfs or engines. To that end, Is a g62 with RC ignitions mech advance ( no springer ) going to be too much to fit in and balance in a 27% world models Ultimate?
It doesn't need to be light and floaty as I'm not much of a 3D guy, but it would be nice if it wasn't too heavy to land comfortably.
What else is around in the way of a reasonably priced airframe that would be suitable for this gasser? I've looked at the seagull sparrowhawk 62CC? It seems to be one of the only ones around specifying a 62.
I flew a Godfrey Lazer 200 with 100"ws at around 22lbs with a G-62 in IMAC for 2 seasons, so i'd say anything out there for a 50cc you could make the G-62 work. You can allways offset the motor weight by locateing the servos and batteries in the rear of the plane. The G-62 is a great motor, but it does carry some weight.......Gene
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