Discussion in 'Mono Forum' started by Terry Keeley, May 19, 2019.
Going well Olly is that a 50903 pipe?
It's a OPS 60 pipe
Dick Jones here, Good to see U testing your boat, How is Marissa doing, Sue and I miss seeing your group from way up in the cold country, first time I have been on the I Waters site in a long time, I hope to make it to a race this year, I need to get one of my, Andy brown, SG, 80 rigger out, and try to get the rust of the boat, hope to see your group some time this summer, I will be in the hospital in Tampa, General for most of June and July, and then start boating again. Tell everyone hello!!!!QQ
Sue and Dick Jones.
BTW if any one wants to see the Video, of my, AB, 80, Eagle SG, just send me a email and I will send it to U, only,1 minute long.
Hope you're doing better Dick...
Looks Great Olly Can't wait to race you in a few weeks.
Very nice boat Olly, have you settled on pipe prop combination yet? Have you tried a CMB nitro pipe? Does the OPS pipe fit over the CMB header> Thanks.
How did you go with the engine clearing the drop mounts?
I have not tried the cmb pipe but do like the Ops pipe and it will fit over the Cmb header with a little coaxing
As for the prop, I am using the octura x450/3 blade and the abc 19-14 /3 blade works well too.
Hi, all I did was machine the outer rails to make the motor fit.
Olly are using the lower cooling on your RS or just the top.
Yes I am using the lower cooling ring .
Last week I was looking at my OPS 67 muffled pipe and was thinking tail seemed kind of small. So I dug out my Prather 45 nitro pipe with a Prather after muffler. The header diameter, long taper and cone diameter are all the same. This left me scratching my head. I was wondering if I could run my 45 pipe on my 67. Well, Olly has a great running 45 running a 67 pipe. Can anybody provide some background to this?
Anybody know where to buy the OPS 60 pipe ?
Thanks Olly, will a 10 degree header work or would the 15 be better?
15 degrees is best for a mono.
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