120ax vs dle20 vs ys140??

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ee60 power options?

120ax
23
45%
ys140
5
10%
dle20
23
45%
 
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Re: 120ax vs dle20 vs ys140??

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2014 6:45 pm

Thanks, Case--I'll let ya know, cuz the Slide65 is what my DLE20 is on. I'll compare the two engine cases and mounting dimensions when I get a chance...
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Re: 120ax vs dle20 vs ys140??

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2014 8:00 pm

If you really want to run high nitro in most two-strokes you need to shim up the head a little to lower the compression ratio.
An extra head gasket is usually the right answer and will get you up to 30% and still run good.
That said, it's worth it to have that second bottle of 10% just for the two-strokes.
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Re: 120ax vs dle20 vs ys140??

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2014 8:01 pm

ThumbSkull wrote:If you really want to run high nitro in most two-strokes you need to shim up the head a little to lower the compression ratio.
An extra head gasket is usually the right answer and will get you up to 30% and still run good.
That said, it's worth it to have that second bottle of 10% just for the two-strokes.



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Re: 120ax vs dle20 vs ys140??

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2014 9:08 pm

I just took my old 67" Fusion out last week to fly. 120ax, bcm, macs header. Plane was
hanging from my garage ceiling for over a yr. Motor was locked up from sitting so long.
Opened up the carb, squirted some lite oil in, freed it up and felt pretty good. Have a
2600 A123 bat pack from WW and it didn't really need a charge!!!!! Went to fly the next
day and it started on 2nd back flip on spinner. The 120 is a total beast and forgot how
much I like the Fusion.
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Re: 120ax vs dle20 vs ys140??

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2014 10:13 pm

Well, the mounting holes are almost exact dle vs. os; the dle case mite be 1or 2 mm wider, but there's no room for the carb unless I cut the back of motor slot much deeper or run the dle waaay to far forward with the prop drive hangin out there :( It's alright; I will just put the os on the Styx
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Re: 120ax vs dle20 vs ys140??

PostPosted: Mon Jul 31, 2017 12:24 pm

capthis wrote:EE60 and a DLE 20 is like chocolate and peanut butter..... WTF would anybody question that combo is beyond me.... I mean have you eaten a Reese's PB cup? It's like sex in your mouth, just like a EE60 with a DLE 20 is like sex with your transmitter....


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Re: 120ax vs dle20 vs ys140??

PostPosted: Mon Jul 31, 2017 4:11 pm

doink I flew the ee60 on the 20cc and the 120ax , the same one you flew at athol, if you can get away from building it with the removable wing and lighten It up by 1 pound some how which I should have done it will fly way better. anyway I would build it with the 120 again, the 20cc made it seem to fly a little more 4strokey feeling if you know what I mean it was way more responsive with the 120 on it. never flew it with the ys but it will fly great either way, build the tail light mine was a little tail heavy. Bonus to the 120 is that you don't have to run all the ignition wires.
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Re: 120ax vs dle20 vs ys140??

PostPosted: Mon Jul 31, 2017 6:14 pm

I like my 120ax BCP as an alternative to overpower 60 size planes (like my Mojo) but think I will go gas from here on out. Especially on 120 size planes. That being said I am pulling the DLE20 off the Sbach 65 tonight and putting on an OSGT22 :)
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Re: 120ax vs dle20 vs ys140??

PostPosted: Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:20 pm

Rat wrote:doink I flew the ee60 on the 20cc and the 120ax , the same one you flew at athol, if you can get away from building it with the removable wing and lighten It up by 1 pound some how which I should have done it will fly way better. anyway I would build it with the 120 again, the 20cc made it seem to fly a little more 4strokey feeling if you know what I mean it was way more responsive with the 120 on it. never flew it with the ys but it will fly great either way, build the tail light mine was a little tail heavy. Bonus to the 120 is that you don't have to run all the ignition wires.



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