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11-28-2005 12:35 PM  12 years agoPost 1
benz19

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MPVXL91?????????

Is this a stretched version of the MPV91??????????????

Thinkin of tradin in my Evo50 and freya 90 and getting a MPV91,any comments??

Regards Benz

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11-29-2005 08:22 AM  12 years agoPost 2
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is it not a total new heli to replace the nt

simon

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11-29-2005 06:32 PM  12 years agoPost 3
benz19

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Yeah,the MP-V91 is the pelacement for the NT,but on Jans web site there is also a MPXL-V91???? But no info for it yet??

Regards Benz

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11-29-2005 06:42 PM  12 years agoPost 4
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The MP-V91 is NOT the replacement for the NT. It is the same size as the MP-E, i.e., 1.35m rotor diameter.

The MPXL-V91 will be the replacement for the NT. Rigid tail drive (no belt), 1.60m rotor diameter. It is not available yet.

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11-29-2005 06:46 PM  12 years agoPost 5
benz19

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Thanks for clearing that up!!!!!!!!!!!!

Do you have a MPV91???????????

Ive had 3dmp,just wondering how much better MPV91 will be than my Freya 90????????????

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12-02-2005 07:01 PM  12 years agoPost 6
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I don't own one but have flown one on several occasions. It is awesome. The power and speed are intimidating, but once you get used to it, all the other helis seem boring in comparison.

Flying fast (real fast, I mean, like Jan) is NOT easy.

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12-02-2005 07:23 PM  12 years agoPost 7
DOKEY

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Anyone seen any pics of the XL-V91 yet ?

If not, post as soon as anyone comes across any pls

Ryan.

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12-05-2005 09:23 AM  12 years agoPost 8
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from what i knew from jan V91-XL will have longer shift drive tail boom
and use 680-700mm blade ...... if thats the only change
the under 9lb RTF weight will make this heli very scary to fly
even 1 full LB lighter then NEW light weight Startus
2lb lighter than Raptor 90

Logo14 EVO50 Trex450

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12-06-2005 06:01 PM  12 years agoPost 9
holco

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Three Dee MPXL-V91

Die Technischen Daten
• Rotordurchmesser: 1600 mm
• Heckrotordurchmesser: 270 mm
• Rumpflänge: 1415 mm
• Breiteste Stelle der Haube: 160 mm
• Höhe: 350 mm
• Kufenabstand: 175 mm
• Hauptrotorblätter: NHP Razor Pro 710 mm / 12mm Blattgriff / ca. 185g
• Heckrotoruntersetzung: 1 : 4,9
• Hauptzahnrad: 132 Zähne / Modul 1 / Schrägverzahnt
• Empfohlener Motor: OS 91 Motor mit Untersetzung
8,25 : 1 / 16 Zähne
• Tank: 500ccm (im Flug sichtbarer Füllstand)
• Headertank: 150ccm für blasenfreie Kraftstoffversorgung in jeder Fluglage
• Empfohlener Pitchbereich: +/- 12°
• Rotordrehzahlbereich: 1300 bis 2000 U/min (Maximaldrehzahl ist abhängig von der Motorisierung)
• Gewicht Verbrenner: ca. 3,9 kg flugfertig mit Blättern ohne Sprit

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12-07-2005 12:15 AM  12 years agoPost 10
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main rotor
• Rotordurchmesser: 1600 mm

tail rotor
• Heckrotordurchmesser: 270 mm

Body length
• Rumpflänge: 1415 mm

widest place on canopy
• Breiteste Stelle der Haube: 160 mm

high
• Höhe: 350 mm

skid distance
• Kufenabstand: 175 mm

mainrotorblades
• Hauptrotorblätter: NHP Razor Pro 710 mm / 12mm main blade holder/ ca. 185g

tail gear ratio
• Heckrotoruntersetzung: 1 : 4,9

main gear
• Hauptzahnrad: 132 teeth / Modul 1 / helical cut

motor only webra 91AAR :-)))
• Empfohlener Motor: OS 91 Motor mit Untersetzung
8,25 : 1 / 16 Zähne

• Tank: 500ccm (well to see during flight)

• Headertank: 150ccm für blasenfreie Kraftstoffversorgung in jeder Fluglage ( for bubbles free fuel flow in every flight position)

pitch range
• Empfohlener Pitchbereich: +/- 12°

main rotor rpm
• Rotordrehzahlbereich: 1300 bis 2000 U/min (Maximaldrehzahl ist abhängig von der Motorisierung)

weight complete without fuel
• Gewicht Verbrenner: ca. 3,9 kg flugfertig mit Blättern ohne Sprit

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12-07-2005 05:29 PM  12 years agoPost 11
iachia

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Does anybody know if we'll be able to use a standard muffler (Hatori, MP2...) on the XL?
I really don't fancy those tuned pipes...

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Synergy N9

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12-07-2005 05:38 PM  12 years agoPost 12
3DPP

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I use a magicpipe that looks like a muffler on a MP91, for sure it will work on the XL too

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12-07-2005 07:44 PM  12 years agoPost 13
rcman

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no one has seen one yet? Does anyone know if Jan is in the testing stages yet?
I really can wait to get one on order, mine will be converted to elec. of course
David

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12-08-2005 09:59 AM  12 years agoPost 14
Nick T

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RC man- I am going to do the same - lookinginto outrunners v the box neu motors at the moment. not decided on packs - have 10s, Ion is fine on 10S? will run two MP packs in parallel me thinks.

Anyone have the inside info on the release date please?

Nick T

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12-08-2005 07:12 PM  12 years agoPost 15
rcman

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Cool Nick, that means I will not be the only one out there
I am going to try the Neu "ORK" line with 10s to 12s depending on how it works out
David

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12-14-2005 09:09 AM  11 years agoPost 16
Nick T

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RC Man - I too have narrowed my choice to the boxed Neu or possibly an ORK - just have to work out what machining mods the box will need to fit - at this stage I am assuming the chassis will remain largly similar, once get full details I may need to reconsider.

Did contemplate getting a Joker, but the ease with which the MP comes apart & the low part count / flight characteristics swung me back.

Nick T

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12-14-2005 05:24 PM  11 years agoPost 17
holco

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Does anybody know if we'll be able to use a standard muffler (Hatori, MP2...) on the XL?I really don't fancy those tuned pipes...
I use the Hatori 970 tuned pipe on my MP and I love it.
The pipe das not infect the beautiful streamline off the canopy!!!
The pipe is rather quiet and gives very much power!!!
And you can throw away your govener because the pipe keep's the rpm perfectly fixed!!!
And last but not least its Jan's choice, and I am certain that he tested other options!!!

Mario

photo of my MP-V91

http://home.tiscali.nl/holco/galler...a/DSCF0032.JPG?

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