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

  1. The actual exhaust sound level is the same or less than the Canister. But the system makes so much more power that if the same prop is being used the sound level is much higher. I always say : " Use your new power to turn a higher load prop at a slightly higher rpm" you will enjoy a bunch more thrust without breaking the sound barrier. Lol

    Do you already have your powerplant?

  2. Twister

    Twister 70cc twin V2

    Thanks for the reply. No I don't have it yet I need to save up some more funds. But I will be getting the gp123 smooth pipes and a Biella 29X10
  3. Sounds good, let me know when your ready. I'm offering free shipping right now on all GP Engines.

  4. Ohio AV8TOR

    Ohio AV8TOR Guest

    Dave do you have anything in the works for the VVRC40 twin? What a target rich market for you. Needs a 2 into 1 header though and a medium canister. This is a noisy motor with folks having problems at fields with noise.
  5. Oh Yeah! This is not a problem at all. The user has 4 different choices from us.

    1. 2 into 1 header with a single Medium Pro Flow 3D Canister.

    2. 2 into 1 header with a single Medium Pro Flow Smooth pipe.

    3. Twin headers with (2) Pro Flow "Baby" 3D Canisters.

    4. Twin headers with (2) of our 20-25CC Pro Flow Smooth Pipes.

    Any of the 4 Choices will Rock on this little powerhouse engine. It comes down to how much room the users plane has provided for the exhaust.

  6. Ohio AV8TOR

    Ohio AV8TOR Guest

    Do you have the header needed? VV has one coming out but it kind of concerns me because it is a U design with the single feed coming off perpendicular to the U in the center. So the gases collide at the single pipe transition head on. Maybe I am thinking this out wrong but a Y feed seems much better. No room btw for twin pipes.

  7. Agree. A "Y" Feed is a much better design. No, I do not sell any headers for these.

  8. 49dimes

    49dimes Damn I'm hungry

    HI Dave.

    Your baby canister let my YS175 outperform itself over the Hatori with a 19x8 Mejzlik by 300 rpm. Same great sound! And of course all my big gassers have the pro flow cans. Great products!.
    Last edited: Nov 24, 2014
  9. njswede

    njswede 150cc

    Hey, Mr Planebender!

    Here's something for you: I'm a relative noob when it comes to giant scale and here's my challenge: I have a DLE120 on a 3DHS 104" Slick. Great setup. But one of my clubs has very strict noise requirements. Anything above 80cc has to have cans and there's a hard 90dB noise limit. So my question is a simple one: How can I make my plane "legal" without robbing performance or my wallet?

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