Re: Anyone tried the new (girly) YS yet ?

Uh....it actually says it's exactly the same size and weight as the .91FZ.
Basically it's a rebored .91. Where did you get your '20% bigger' info
from??
I'm waiting for Central Hobbies to get more stocks of the 1.10FZ, so I can
put one on my World Models 1.20 Ultimate Bipe. I was running a .91FZ on it
(which I pinched for a pattern model), so I'm banking on the 1.10 being the
same size!!
MrBonk
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I only ask because the ys website
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says the 1.10
> is "5 to 8% more power depending on fuel used". But it is around 20%
> bigger. So, has anyone tried one yet and if so do their power
> estimates seem reasonable ?
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> Boo
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MrBonk
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The 20 percent is bigger displacement, not physically bigger size.
.91 + 20% = 1.092.... pretty close to 1.10
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Uh....it actually says it's exactly the same size and weight as the .91FZ. Basically it's a rebored .91. Where did you get your '20% bigger' info from??
I'm waiting for Central Hobbies to get more stocks of the 1.10FZ, so I can put one on my World Models 1.20 Ultimate Bipe. I was running a .91FZ on it (which I pinched for a pattern model), so I'm banking on the 1.10 being the same size!!
MrBonk
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Carrell
Yep......dawned on me about 10 seconds after clicking the 'send' button.......D'OH!
MrBonk
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MrBonk
Correctamundo ! And hence my question about whether the 5-8% hp improvement is a conservative early estimate on YS's part ?
Just wondered if anyone had played with one yet and if so what their observations were. Also if anyone knows a stockist in the UK who actually has one in stock that'd be interesting too ;-) (Probuild don't seem to mention it on their website yet btw).
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Boo

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