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Old 10-08-2012, 04:44 AM   #751
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Picked up one of these off eBay a couple of weeks ago. Had one about 7 years ago and went to fly it and forgot I was flying 72 and didn't pull the antenna up. Lost it about 100' out and look for one to replace for years. The maiden went just like planned 1 click right rudder and 2 clicks down elevator. I up-graded the hardware with nylon clevises and thicker wire for the aileron push-rods along with smaller servos and 2.4 Futaba Faast receiver. Neat little plane that is a blast to fly.


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Old 10-09-2012, 07:48 PM   #752
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Here is my newest plane. Its a 59" AJ Slick from 3d hobby shop. I love this plane! It is the geatest plane I have ever flown. I am a relative beginner in 3d and this plane makes me look like I halfway know what I am doing most of the time. It's powered by a motrolfly 4315-714 running on a GensAce 4s 4000 mah 25c battery, and a Castle Ice Lite 100. I haven't been able to get a wattmeter on it yet, but it should be running around 1300 watts. I am currnetly not able to fly as I had a mishap last Saturday and nosed it in fairly hard. The entire nose section was destroyed and I am waiting on a brown truck so I can rekit it. Should be back in the air by the weekend!


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Old 10-09-2012, 08:21 PM   #753
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Maddux,

Awesome plane! I won a HK Yak-54 " Groupe Tranchant" 1385mm WS ARF at a fly-in raffle a few weeks back. Have been slowly collecting items to complete the build. Fiberglass fuse, this one is heavy. Flying weight ~ 6#. Have a 4260/500 going in with a 80amp esc. Will run off of 5S & 6S Lipos. I'm new to 3D, so I'll set her up for basic sport flying initially. Very little as far as a manual and not much on the thread side either. We'll see.

Will get a 3D foamy to learn 3D.



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Old 10-09-2012, 09:14 PM   #754
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Thanks dahawk, I like that Yak also! I don't know much about 3d, but what I do know is keep it light as possible! It's all about light wing loading to allow it to slow down and high alpha well without tip stalling or wing rock. Look for little things to change or remove to get rid of weight. A few grams here and there will make more difference than you would think. Good luck with the maiden and may she have many "uneventful" flights.

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Old 10-09-2012, 10:32 PM   #755
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My last foam build was a slowly from the german forums ,33 inch wing span e-max 1500 kv motor 8x4 prop and a 3 cell 1000 lipo ,carbon fiber landing gear . Its a toon plane I scratch built it from free plans and used dow fanfold i get free off of my jobsites. Flys at a slow walk ,if i turn the juce up it will haul but WHY its just relaxing to putter around slow. lol joe


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That is a cool looking plane! Looks like something straight off Roger Rabbit, I love it!

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Thank's i like tune planes so i find them where ever i can.Here is one iam building now ,this one is jerguns with a BIG 24 inch wing span .lmao joe


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I know I'm triple-posting this plane but I can't help myself. I'm super-chuffed about the way this one came out. A total scratch-build, stuffed with HeadsUp RC goodness. 25" wingspan; 12oz AUW.



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Originally Posted by mclarkson View Post
I know I'm triple-posting this plane but I can't help myself. I'm super-chuffed about the way this one came out. A total scratch-build, stuffed with HeadsUp RC goodness. 25" wingspan; 12oz AUW.



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I would post that a bunch of times to its great. joe
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Originally Posted by road king 97 View Post
Thank's i like tune planes so i find them where ever i can.Here is one iam building now ,this one is jerguns with a BIG 24 inch wing span .lmao joe

Roadking, I love your toon planes too, they're classic! I've never seen any toon planes like them before.

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Roadking, I love your toon planes too, they're classic! I've never seen any toon planes like them before.
We have been helping our selfs in the german forums with a google translater to get these plans and build them ,here is the slowly thread and videos from jurgen and gary.
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...0#post22098736 here are the bibe plans ,if you look on page 18 post number 259 i think you will see how jurgen made it into a full fuse because it was a flat foamy at first plans are on page 4 .http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=497522 Iam cracksmeup on RCG . Happy building !. Jurgen flying his slowly video http://www.rcmovie.de/video/c7968f26dfa4088cc84c
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Thanks, thats awesome! I'll certainly look into those down the road as I've got one Mojo 40 kit, 2 foamy kits, and 1 electric kit to build alond with a Nexstar wing I need to repair and rebuild flat (no dihedral). I'm going to be busy into the winter. Especially since I have never built a kit at all, only ARF's so far, but I'm going to remedy that problem when it turns off cold.

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Originally Posted by Maddux99 View Post
Thanks, thats awesome! I'll certainly look into those down the road as I've got one Mojo 40 kit, 2 foamy kits, and 1 electric kit to build alond with a Nexstar wing I need to repair and rebuild flat (no dihedral). I'm going to be busy into the winter. Especially since I have never built a kit at all, only ARF's so far, but I'm going to remedy that problem when it turns off cold.
Once you start building your own you will never look back. joe
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What material did you use for those, is it foam or balsa/covering?

And which translater do you use to view those sites? The last time I tried to view a servo testing site I could only find a translater that would do phrases or paragraphs at a time and you had to copy/paste the text into it. I couldn't find one that would do the whole webpage at a time.

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What material did you use for those, is it foam or balsa/covering?

And which translater do you use to view those sites? The last time I tried to view a servo testing site I could only find a translater that would do phrases or paragraphs at a time and you had to copy/paste the text into it. I couldn't find one that would do the whole webpage at a time.
I use dow 1/4 blue fanfold but you can buy the pink stuff at homedepo or use dollar tree foam and pull the paper off of each side. I used new gorilla glue that says drys white 2x faster .I use a google free translater to read the german forums and i also sighned up to one.lol The google translater automaticly translates each page when a new one comes up. joe http://www.rclineforum.de/forum/boar...sollts-ein-sh/ Here is another one i found plans for there but its a detailed plan and tiled 35 pages so it wont let me up load it here on wattflyers .Its called the pinkus , http://modell-aviator.de/videos/mode...inkus-special/
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I just picked up an Eflite Mig 15 to replace the Sbach I sold since I've always wanted to try an EDF, and also finished up a Flying Hobbies Python (the Mark Rittenger design from about 10 years ago). Hoping to get to fly one of them soon...

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I just picked up an Eflite Mig 15 to replace the Sbach I sold since I've always wanted to try an EDF, and also finished up a Flying Hobbies Python (the Mark Rittenger design from about 10 years ago). Hoping to get to fly one of them soon...
The wind here has been blowing 20 to 30 mph here for the last two weeks iam hoping to get to fly anything soon. joe
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I came home last night and had a surprise on my doorstep! UPS had delivered an FlyZone Tx-R Millenium Master EP. I don't have any pictures of it yet but I'll get some up. Maybe some of the assembly (the whole 30 mins. of it ) I have never flown any Flyzone planes so this will be a new experience. It came with the anylink module that works with any Tx and a tactic Rx. We'll see if it links up ok with a DX8. I also have an old futaba 4YBF Tx from my Nexstar trainer, I'll try that too.

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Hangar is getting full...

Monday I got a Pilot-RC Yak 19% (53") we're reviewing on "that 3D site".
Yesterday I went to a swap meet to get rid of some old junk and came back with a 3DHS Edge 58" in almost pristine condition. Absolutely not something I planned, but the deal was just too good to pass on.

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My newest (and only) plane is an Ares Gamma 370. Nothing special, but its my introduction to flying. Also have an Ares Micro coax heli.

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Hangar is getting full...

Monday I got a Pilot-RC Yak 19% (53") we're reviewing on "that 3D site".
Yesterday I went to a swap meet to get rid of some old junk and came back with a 3DHS Edge 58" in almost pristine condition. Absolutely not something I planned, but the deal was just too good to pass on.
Swede, congrats on the 3DHS Edge. There's a guy at our club trying to sell his for $600.00 Way over my RC budget. They sure are gorgeous planes.

Still have not assembled my HK Yak 54. Way too many projects to complete and I just popped for a Cessna 310 twin. Always loved civilian twins.

I'll go check out the 3D site again.

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Just in and on the bench. Sunracer VII, Neu 1110/1Y-4550 kv, Castle Creations ICE 75, Nanotech 2200 maH 3S 40 C lipo, APC 4.75 x 4.75,3 Dymond D-60 servos, Hitec Minima RX.
Should be in the 140 mph-ish range. Got the motor/ESC hooked up yesterday and ran it, it's scary.


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Iam building one of these in balsa and nitro later but i scaled it down from a 60 inch wing span to a 38 inch wing span and it will be out of dollar tree foam and carbon fiber rods to keep it light . I started drawing my own plans yesterday and should finish them today ,,it will have a full fuse and a full airfoil because i dont like flat wings . I will use a 1600 kv motor and 1500 3 cell pack to push it along. This is from the late 70's and was called a Das canard stick and they dont make kits any more but i searched for the plans for years and found them a couple months ago. joe


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My newest plane is actually only 1/2 new, but Im counting it anyway because it flys great!

I have been working on a Bubble Dancer build for over a year now. So far, Ive only completed about 10% of the wing build but I did finally finish the Pod and boom and the tail feathers. I was itching to fly it, but the BD wing is going to take a LOOOOOT more work to finish.

So I decided to take the wing from m y 112" Mirage and try it out on the BD fuse. It took some doing to get things arranged so I could get a good CG with both wings, but it worked out surprisingly well.

It flys awesome! With the original balsa Mirage fuse and wing, the all up weight was 33 ounces - which is very very good for an e-powered Mirage - or just slightly more than 5 oz/sq ft.

The new BD fuse is a little over 4 ounces lighter, so my new all up weight is 29 ounces. Not bad for a 3 meter e-sailplane!

The larger tail volume and lower weight and lower drag all add up to a much nicer flying plane than before - and thats saying a LOT. I absolutely loved the Mirage before, but its a whole new experience now. Im jazzed

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Thats Cheating Larry LOL, Glad it worked out Great for you, Take care and have fun, Chellie

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