RE: Enya .45 series 6001
Also, Stalker's offerings start at the "serious C/L stunt" threshold of .40. Enya are the only manufacturer doing a comprehensive ranges of the smaller sport flying sizes.
As best as I can tell, Enya now offers a control line range that has never been surpassed in quality, reasonable price or variety in the history of C/L.
What other manufacturer offers :-
.09 - 2 versions (cross flow in both plain & BB)
.11 - schnuerle BB diesel
.15 - 4 versions (cross flow, schnuerle, schnuerle BB and schnuerle BB diesel)
.20 cross flow - very light weight for the displacement.
.25 - 3 versions (2 schnuerle glows and a .25 diesel that can swing up to a 12" prop)
.40 - 2 versions
.45 - 2 versions (cross flow & schnuerle)
.53 C/L four stroke (recently announced)
.60 - 2 versions (cross flow and schnuerle .61)
.. and then backs it up with great parts service and limited edition releases of old favourites that are 20-30 years out of production?
For the sports flyer like me, this makes Enya my first port of call when I want a new engine of high quality, unless I happen to be in the market for a diesel in which case its a toss up between Enya (if they offer the displacement) and PAW.
If I ever reach a competitive level flying F2B, then it will be time to look at the specialist F2B engines, although I suspect a talented flyer could do pretty well with a .53 4 stroke, .60-IIIB or 61CXS Pro.