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  1. MIG17
    03-22-2011 03:18 PM
    Hey LT- I might have figured out part of the problem launching the GWS P-40. I got to thinking about not having the power, and went and checked my radios sub trims, and discovered that it was set at 0. I have since adjusted it to +125% and now I am just waiting for good weather. We'll see

  2. scalercflyer
    08-22-2010 04:37 AM
    Would count it a priviledge to be counted among your friends. Marty
  3. Lieutenant Loughead
    07-03-2010 05:08 PM
    Lieutenant Loughead
    Thanks Ian -- Email sent!
  4. Son of Paleface
    07-02-2010 06:14 AM
    Son of Paleface
    try this for Aviator Dave
    Ian (Sop)
  5. 1987tc
    10-18-2009 11:25 PM
    Guy I am needing a couple of small lipo packs right away. If you are going to be able to come I can buy them from you and you can bring them with you this weekend to the fly in. If not I will have to do something else. So let me know when you can ok?
  6. Lieutenant Loughead
    08-27-2009 01:51 PM
    Lieutenant Loughead
    Hey Jack. The ParkZone Stryker B uses a 480 brushed motor, with a part number PKZ1216. The HobbyZone Supercub uses a 450 brushed motor, with a part number HBZ7134. The two motors LOOK like they're the same physical size, but the fact that one is a "480" and the other is a "450" gives me reason to believe they are different motors. This would be a good question for Horizon Hobby. Another idea would be to go to a Local Hobby Shop, hold both motors in your hands and inspect the writing on the motor cans themselves. Let me know what you find out!
  7. j4ck4
    08-26-2009 04:17 AM
    Hey Guy
    Question, is the 480 brushed motor in the b model stryker the same as the 450 motor in the gearbox on supercub? Any idea?
  8. pburt1975
    01-01-2009 04:55 PM
    Happy New Year LL
  9. Airhead
    11-27-2008 07:31 AM
    Hi Lieutenant,
    Just thought I'd say hi. hope u r doing well...
  10. Lieutenant Loughead
    11-20-2008 03:48 PM
    Lieutenant Loughead
    Hey Naldr. Which nose art are you speaking of? I'm a big fan of nose art as well, and try to put some form of historically accurate nose art on every airplane I fly (they're all WWII warbirds). :) I lived in OKC for quite a while as well -- off on on between 1969 and 1987. Maybe we bumped into eachother a few times! :D

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  • About Lieutenant Loughead
    I am "Cautiously Optimistic"
    RC, Star Wars & Muscle Cars
    Project Engineer
    Favorite Pet(s)
    Miss August :)
    Flown 517 days in a row!
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    Owner of the UNCLUB flying site and hobby shop in Arcadia, OK.

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  • Join Date: 07-10-2007
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Name: 125mph Speed Demon
Awarded for reaching the 125 mph top speed milestone
Issue time: 09-21-2010 01:01 PM
Issue reason: NAME: Lieutenant Loughead
SPEED: 132.2 mph
PLANE: Multiplex FunJet
MOTOR: Mega 16/15/3
ESC: Phoenix 45
BATTERY: 4s Rhino 2150 mAh LiPo
PROP: APC 4.75 x 4.75
Name: Globetrotter Pilot
This award represents a participant in the Globetrotter (Wiggy one) project as having successfully flown and completed a milestone in the project.
Issue time: 06-18-2010 12:09 AM
Issue reason: For successfully completing a milestone in the Globetrotter 1 project
Name: WAA-08 Pilot
Wings Across America pilot who has successfully flown the plane, provided proper documentation, and completed the hand-off to the next pilot.
Issue time: 09-21-2009 06:09 PM
Issue reason: Completion of WAA-08 requirements.
Name: 100mph Speed Demon
Awarded for reaching the 100 mph top speed milestone
Issue time: 05-08-2008 05:46 PM
Issue reason: Plane: GWS P-51 Mustang
Motor Type: Himax 2025-4200
ESC: Phoenix 25
LiPo: Tanic 3s 2220 mAh LiPo
Prop: APC 8x8E
Speed: 101 mph

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