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Today 08:32 AM
Looking for a "BEGINNER" Warbird
The 473mph P47M is credited with 13 Luftwaffe kills in WWII & was faster than the 460mph Sea Fury by about 13mph. Maybe it was the fastest British prop fighter or possiably "one of the fastest"... (1,453 views, 33 replies)
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Today 04:42 AM
Ignore this Thread
From one former Dallas LEO to another LEO, congratulations on your safe retirement. (1,712,637 views, 35,855 replies)
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Today 04:19 AM
3-bladed prop for Parkone T-28
My Park Zone T-28 used the 480 motored Corsair 8.7X6x3 prop. Was good to go from the first launch. Just getting back so will have to look at my stuff but IIRC I also has a Master Airscrew 8x6x3 Prop... (407 views, 11 replies)
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Today 03:24 AM
3cell or 4cell ?
Thank you very much for the answers. Very well put and understandable. I now know what to do or even better what not to do. Thanks again ! (155 views, 4 replies)
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Today 03:06 AM
New Electric Flyer, Hellcat 1.5 lbs
Thanks for the data points. After some testing I think that I agree with the smaller battery and more agressive prop. Will post results. (320 views, 6 replies)
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Today 02:46 AM
Bird of Time Electric Conversion
Thx for a great explanation. I'm learning a lot. As always, I appreciate your time and knowledge! Thx again, Bill (64,399 views, 227 replies)
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Today 02:18 AM
Hitec Receivers for sale
that is absolutely a great deal.......dang if i'm not seriously tempted.:D (89 views, 1 replies)
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Yesterday 08:38 PM
Open sorce airplane
Wing sections up to 6" (=15cm) can sure be printed on a standard desktop 3D printer, but I think efficiency should be taken in consideration... Printing a 2 meter wing would be very, very time... (3,550 views, 67 replies)
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Yesterday 08:06 PM
Harbor Freight 79 cc 40 Amp Gen Set
I've just created a thread in RCGroups about my new scratch built 40 Amp Gen Set, powered by that $99 Harbor Freight engine (Sale price) and a rebuilt alternator. Here you go :D ... (101 views, 0 replies)
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Yesterday 07:37 PM
Comments on Tower Hobbies Corsair
Like the Two Brothers review and many others my CG came out aft. Cutting foam allowed me to slide the battery forward but even with a 2200mah I was at the back of the range. As very much a beginner... (6,372 views, 42 replies)
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Yesterday 07:04 PM
Hangar 9 F22 Raptor Glow-To-Electric Conversion
fhhuber, Thanks for that! The EMax 46 is a 44mm diameter motor and it is perhaps the largest you can fit in the cowling. I believe this TON TOSSY is going to fly right at 7lbs. ;) (488 views, 23 replies)
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Yesterday 06:24 PM
When is a LiPo Dead?
If they were stored fully charged for over a year then chances are they are toast. LiPos should always be stored is a half charged state (about 3.8v) even if 'storage' is only a few days. The fact... (108 views, 3 replies)
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Yesterday 06:17 PM
Spirit plans
Yes it helps, Thank you so much. You built it too? (158 views, 2 replies)
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Yesterday 04:42 PM
Lancaster Bomber from HobbyKing
You might be interested in a virtual tour of Lancaster "Just Jane": It has been created for the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre in East Kirkby. There are three panoramas from the outside,... (16,215 views, 43 replies)
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Yesterday 04:41 PM
Welcome New Members to Wattflyer - We ONLY do electric flight here!
Dear all, Just to say "Hello" as a new member. I'm a professional photographer specialised in interactive panoramas and virtual tours. In other words, I crawl through aircraft with special... (513,613 views, 5,176 replies)
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Capt Easy
Yesterday 04:10 PM
The Official Texas Hill Country Wattheads Thread
The new Great Planes P-6E fly's beautifully.....very stable and predictable. As they say, It fly's like it's on rails." It's a really joy to fly. (95,967 views, 1,629 replies)

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