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Planebender Products Welcomes you!

Discussion in 'Planebender Products' started by Planebender, Aug 20, 2014.

  1. Hello All, I'm very excited to have the use of this forum to answer all questions about my products and the applications needed. We sell the Best in Exhaust products and they are made in the USA. Also I stock a full line of GP Engines and soon I will be your West Coast dealer for Falcon Propellers. So if you have a question or concern about a Planebender Product This is the place!

    Thank You and Welcome to Giant Scale News!!!

    Dave "Planebender" Sullivan

  2. Geno

    Geno 70cc twin V2

    Right on dave! Cant beat those pro flows! Thanks for all the support you give!
  3. Pro Flow is the only way to go :shaking-hands-smile
  4. Ant

    Ant 50cc

    Liking my Proflow on my 85,sounds cool too.:shaking-hands-smile
  5. Twister

    Twister 70cc twin V2

    Hey Dave I have a noise requirement at my field 95db at 25' will the smooth pipes get me under that on a gp123 and a falcon 29x9 (would a 29x9w be better on the pipes? )

  6. Nothing but Proflows for my planes!!! Best quality cans and pipes out there and backed by amazing customer service!!!! Thanks Dave!!!!

  7. Geno and I are running Daves Proflow Cans on our DA 120's and we registered 91.4 db amazingly with both a 29x9 and 27x11 Falcon Carbon props. I think the smooth pipes are around the same sound level but being a pipe it will rip the props at higher rpm causing it to be louder. This was at 25ft on grass with the meter 2ft above ground directly inline with the prop disk to the right of the airplane. Hope this helps. You will love the Proflow cans or smoothpipes!!!! Just Sayin!! lol
  8. Geno

    Geno 70cc twin V2


  9. Hi Twister, Sorry for the delay in response (Busy)

    95 DB is not a problem as long as you install the right prop. I run the Biella 29X10

  10. Twister

    Twister 70cc twin V2

    Don't be sorry,you answered with-in 2 hrs on a sun that's a big + in my book. Any way I'm planning on putting the GP123 with smooth pipes or proflows into a 3dhs 108" extra, I like more high energy stuff ( pop-tops, knife-edge spins, you know stuff that really tests an airframe ) which do you think is better I really don't hover much although I like to harrier. I'm just concerned about the noise from the exhaust and prop.

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