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Old 05-26-2020, 11:34 AM
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Default Two new DMS motor releases ready for immediate shipment!

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So, a 71% "G" motor and a 52% "I" motor . . .
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Does the G75 DMS use a filament wound case, or a molded case like the SU version? Last time I flew a SU G75, the molded case split shortly after ignition.
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Itís the molded case like the original, the difference is the adjustable delay bulkhead.

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Does the G75 DMS use a filament wound case, or a molded case like the SU version? Last time I flew a SU G75, the molded case split shortly after ignition.
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