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338federal
Today 01:19 AM
PSU 37.5V drops to 24.4V
I find the reason why one psu drops out. My english and manual. I must think with my brain not the shell. I had the lowvolt limit at 18.1V. Manual says little lower than real output. Like mine 37.5V... (157 views, 9 replies)
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mclarkson
Yesterday 10:18 PM
Second (sort of) balsa build: Stevens Aero SkyBoy 600
Thanks, guys. She's definitely floaty and I love the style. (1,795 views, 82 replies)
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fdnyjery
Yesterday 09:46 PM
Is hot glue strong enough ?
Ok Guys I will tell you what Flite Test guys use and I bought one. Its the Top of the Line in Glue Guns . Buy one and you are set . It's called AD tech HIGH TEMP Professional Grade, High-Out put... (420 views, 15 replies)
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Stevephoon
Yesterday 09:37 PM
Pee Tee by Nor-Cal Aero – A “Fun Scale” PT-19 Kit - Build and Electric Conversion
Some good news, with the motor, prop, cowl and ESC up front and the tail wheel, tail bracket, tail feathers, pushrods and servos placed where they should be in the fuselage it balances almost right... (1,230 views, 22 replies)
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GBLynden
Yesterday 09:16 PM
Handle light wind and land on grass ??
This is your plane. My buddy Bill got his and he tends to crash often and he is capable of flying it well in some pretty strong wind: This is Bill's Maiden 9CMmtuLaPnQ This is Bil's Second... (1,612 views, 27 replies)
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GBLynden
Yesterday 09:13 PM
E-flite UMX P-47 Thunderbolt Unboxing, Maiden Flight, and Review
Yes sir! Everything is straight stock :D Note: I could fry the ESC on 3S, so do this at your own risk. GB (580 views, 6 replies)
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SimpleBuilder007
Yesterday 08:08 PM
Scratch Dreamliner
Thnx guys! I'm familiar with the option of getting my cuts outsourced Bald Paul. I just graduated to scroll saw a couple months ago. I was originally cutting out the pieces, like the ribs for the... (70 views, 3 replies)
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Turbojoe
Yesterday 05:18 PM
What kind of flight characteristics do Carbon Cubs have?
True to some extent but these AS3X equipped birds fly 3 times larger than they are. I've flown several different brands and sizes of Pitts and they were all a handful requiring constant attention in... (167 views, 12 replies)
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Crashalott
Yesterday 11:33 AM
Show Your Scratchbuilt Foamie
Yes it is the same. Crash:) (20,433 views, 243 replies)
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solentlife
Yesterday 10:55 AM
Chris Golds 90" Lancaster ....
It seems glow versions are in the 16 - 20lb mark and E versions in the 11 to 16lb region. I think I will go the 3536 motor ~ at least I know I have the power then. I wanted to go with contra props... (359 views, 10 replies)
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Don Sims
Yesterday 10:43 AM
Don't think so
One day a 12-year old boy was walking down the street when a car pulled up beside him and the window was wound down. "I'll give you a bag of lollies if you get in the car," said the male driver. ... (78 views, 0 replies)
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    

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