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dheaton 03-09-2014 06:12 PM

Seniorita
 
Hello all
I have a Seniorita almost built and was wondering if I should make it an electric or fuel plane. Any ideas? Would an electric power this big plane? Would it be better as an electric? Just wondering.
Also I have the plans but somehow lost the instruction book to it. Does anyone out there have the booklet of instructions for the seniorita airplane?

WileECoyote 03-09-2014 10:51 PM

I'm putting a E flight 32 on mine ,i'm adding lights and ailerons .I can always throttle back . I think a 25 would pull it just fine .[popcorn]

tobydogs 03-09-2014 11:18 PM

dheaton!!you ask us here at wattflyer our opinion on weather to go electric or glow....sheeeesh![popcorn]i recommend you use this power source....http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...log/27128T.jpg,now leave quickly before the moderators see this and we both get banned:rolleyes:.











[jk:Q] go electric all the way!!:D

gramps2361 03-10-2014 12:34 AM

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Originally Posted by tobydogs (Post 942091)
dheaton!!you ask us here at wattflyer our opinion on weather to go electric or glow....sheeeesh![popcorn]i recommend you use this power source....http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...log/27128T.jpg,now leave quickly before the moderators see this and we both get banned:rolleyes:.











[jk:Q] go electric all the way!!:D


Wow ya had me scared for a moment. Thought I was gonna have to push that special button.;):Q

tobydogs 03-10-2014 12:53 AM

:Q:Q:D:D,awwww,you know I'm electric all the way gramps!

that's the reason i don't buy a small harbor freight generator to charge batteries at the field . i don't want the gas smell in the car taking it to the field.

gramps2361 03-10-2014 01:05 AM

Pretty funny we need a gas generator to charge our batteries. At least the generator usually start's up easier than a slimer motor.:)

I think I had a 25 size motor in mine using a 4c battery. You might need the wgt. to get the CG, and used a 11" prop. Made mine into a night flyer lots of fun day or night.


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