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Extreme Flight 88" Edge -- now with EXP sized horizontal stabs

Discussion in 'ExtremeFlight/3DHS' started by gyro, Jun 13, 2013.

  1. Artp47

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    Picking up a yellow blue edge 540 tomorrow.. GP 61 with plane bender smooth pipe can't wait.
    Thanks for all the info in this thread
     
  2. 3dmike

    3dmike 640cc Uber Pimp

    You will love it! The thing has huge throws and a monster elevator!
     
  3. Artp47

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    Big question in my mind do I use the stock muffler and keep it light, or plane bender pipe and go for the extra power.
     
  4. 3dmike

    3dmike 640cc Uber Pimp

    Planebender pipes are awesome and I would say without a doubt keep them!!!!
     
  5. Artp47

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    K thanks
     
  6. 3dbandit

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    I would go with the stock muffler. lighter planes typically fly better. When you add the weight of a pipe, regardless of the power benefit, you can't over come the higher wing load when trying to 3d.

    I avoid can's/pipes at all cost. Extra weight, extra cost, extra hassle.
     
  7. 3dmike

    3dmike 640cc Uber Pimp

    Ha ha! There you have it, two totally different points of view! :)
     
  8. 3dbandit

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    I would stick with the stock muffler. If you feel you want to fly faster, at the cost of wing-load, then I would go for the pipe.

    Odd's are, you will be more than satisfied with the power...
     
  9. Artp47

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    Good thing I don't have to make that choice soon lol

    thanks for the options
     
  10. Artp47

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    thanks for the options[/QUOTE][TABLE="class: tborder user-postbit-left-user, width: 100%, align: center"]
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    [TD="class: alt2"]Checking the CG on my edge manual says 6.25 to 7 inches at the wing root, that puts the CG behind the wing tube. Where did your CG end up ?

    Thank for your help

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