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Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2007 8:47 AM
Subject: primera prueba del ENYA .61CXS
 
Hola a todos.
 
Les envio la primera prueba de vuelo de un ENYA 61 CXS por parte de Vincent Corwell de Dublin. Lo probó con un Trivial de RSM y ha quedado más que satisfecho, teniendo en cuenta que es un aeromodelista muy exigente.
 
Esta es la primera prueba y no la última. Ya me han prometido  más, entre otras la del subcampeón de europa Richard Kornmeier que se ha hecho con varias unidades del ENYA 61 CXS.   
 
Visto lo Visto, lo que está claro,  es que no hace falta gastarse más de 140 euros en un buén motor .60 para mover un aparato de 1.800 gramos con soltura y encima ser muy competitivo.
 
Más información sobre el motor en http://www.clubtamaran.com/ENYA.htm
 
Les envio el correo de Vincent y los artículos de la prueba realizada, aparecidos en el Foro de Stuka Stunt y  Stunthanger.

"Hola Alberto

the engines are magnificent !!

The Trivial Pursuit is a BIG avione, but light--not strong

see the attached review I will post on American chat

forum Stuka Stunt and Stunthanger."

Yesterday I flew the maiden flights of my new

Trivial Pursuit, from the RSM Kit, powered with

The new Enya 61 CXS Pro 

( Longish grass )

Very light wind

Chilly , temperature circa 8 – 10 degrees Celcius 

Minimal finish, Brodak film on wings n tail

2 coats dope , 2 coats Enamel, 1 coat fuel proofer

On fuselage, removal balsa cowl

 All up weight :  58 ounces

Prop :                           12 x 6 Black Master  for flywheel effect

As per the engine instructions

Lines:                           68 feet eyelet to eyelet

Fuel:                            10% Nitro 10% Synthetic  10% Castor 

Previously ran 4 x 6 ounce tanks through the motor

 Started with few flicks and took off settled into groovy level flight,

Did some climbs , loops , inverted , and overhead eights, then

Squares all no problem, the motor run was solid all through the

Flight, resisted the temptation to try full pattern until I am more

Familiar with the plane/motor. On landing damaged the cowling

Second flight the motor run changed during the flight but did

Most of the pattern. Examination showed that the damaged cowl

Was allowing the fuel tank to move up and down 6mm each way!!

So called it a day and went home to repair, modify the cowling to

Fixed open bottom with separate tank hold down, look forward to

A lot of flying with this combo. I don’t usually bother to tacho

The motors as I prefer to judge the performance in flight only

 I would recommend the RSM kit which went together painlessly

And am very impressed with Enya motors , from Alberto Parra

Now to build a new plane for the 2nd Enya 61!! 

Vincent

 Alberto Parra
www.clubtamaran.com

 
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