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Old 06-17-2011, 12:21 AM   #1
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Default New ParkZone Stinson and SE-5a for Clearview, FMS, RC Desk Pilot

Hello rc simmers.

Just completed the final versions for FMS and RC Desk Pilot
of the ParkZone Stinson Reliant SR-10. If you need this one
for ClearView, get Ken Northrup's CV Stinson here.

____FMS Version_______RCDP Version____
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Notes: The ParkZone Stinson SR-10 BNF airplane is wonderfully
scale general aviation airplane from yesteryear. With a
LiPoly battery and brushless motor, it performs very well in
the air. You will love the way it looks with the gull-wing
bumped cowl and wheel pants. It is a distinctive classic.

Wing Span: 49.6 in / 1260mm
Overall Length: 33.5 in / 850mm
Flying Weight: 41.9 oz / 1090g
Motor Size: 480 size brushless outrunner motor
Prop: 2-blade 9.5 x 7.5
ESC: 30A brushless with Switch-Mode BEC
Battery: 3-cell 11.1V 1800mAh LiPoly
Channels: A/R/E/T dual aileron servos, servo pockets for flaps
Landing Gear: Fixed main LG and steerable tail wheel
Requires: full-range DSM2 5ch aircraft transmitter (sold separately)

And for ClearView, FMS and RC Desk Pilot
here's the ParkZone RAF SE-5a.

__ClearView Version_____FMS Version______RCDP Version_____
__-

Notes: Nothing's nicer than a World War I biplane to fly around
the paddock. The R.A.F. SE-5a was one of the first combat
airplanes for the more typical flying recruit. It had good
manners and good survivability. The scale realism is very
nice on this model.

Wing Span: 37.1 in / 943mm
Overall Length: 30.0 in / 760mm
Flying Weight: 40.6 oz / 1150g
Motor Size: 960Kv 480 size brushless outrunner motor
Prop: 2-blade 10 x 8 brown scale prop
ESC: 30A brushless with Switch-Mode BEC
Battery: 3-cell 11.1V 1800mAh LiPoly
Channels: A/R/E/T dual aileron servos
Landing Gear: Fixed main LG and steerable tail wheel

Please compare the sim planes to the real models and let
me know which model and what changes need to be made and
be sure to mention the sim version in your comments.

Happy Flying!

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Default New ParkZone Stinson and SE-5a for Clearview, FMS, RC Desk Pilot

Can't wait to try and download!



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Ggunners, I've downloaded both for FMS and they fly beautifully.
Thanks very much indeed.
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Default New ParkZone Stinson and SE-5a for Clearview, FMS, RC Desk Pilot

I just downloaded a heap of your planes yesterday. It's clear you put a lot of effort into all of them!



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Default New ParkZone Stinson and SE-5a for Clearview, FMS, RC Desk Pilot

The only plane I can contribute to is the Micro T-28. I think that the roll rate is a bit quick at full throttle. Apart from that though, it's very realistic!


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After flying your planes a bit more, I have to say I love the SE5a. It flies very realistically!


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