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  1. Does any body know which GY6 engine is the Bailey V5 based on ?
  2. My friend had an oil leak at the rocker cover on his Baileys and propeller threw oil up onto his wing. Any body got any ideas on how to try and clean it ?
  3. Moster with 2.67 reduction, two blade 1.30 metres
  4. Partial power launches is what I do , most modern gliders are easy to inflate
  5. You would at least have to say what engine, reduction ratio, Propeller diameter and PDC of hub bolts for any one to help you. What about photo of damaged prop to see if its repairable ?
  6. When I bought my Bailley v5 it had rubber on both sides of propeller. On the Eprop web site they recommend no rubber when mounting propellers as bolts can break. Any body got any input on this ?
  7. Thanks I will email him. I have heard his name before but was not sure about the connection
  8. Thank you Morgy. Who is Pascal Vallee ?
  9. I am repairing a friends Adventure tiger 160, which I believe is a Simonini mini 4 engine. does any one know the spark plug and the gap for this engine? I am also needing a diagram to set static ignition timing and coil to fly wheel gap? Any help greatly appreciated. I have also emailed Simonini.
  10. I had a Ros 125 that would not start when hot. I was told the carb was hot and vaporizing fuel. I put in a nylon spacer between engine and carb, this helped a bit
  11. you can only go for 130cm prop if the cage allows for it.
  12. Keep gap as small as posible but not allowing coil to touch stator. I usually turn stator till magnet is facing coil and put a feeler gauge blade in to hold the gap while I tighten coil studs
  13. I thought it would be as you said problem was erratic, good you have got it sorted.
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