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Conversation Between chris123sc and tester637

Conversation Between chris123sc and tester637
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  1. 10-25-2009 06:53 PM
    Chris 123sc, Anymore thoughts on our chat on the Junior 60 electric conversion, I have had to shelve it for the time being for other more pressing job's. Regards Teddar.
  2. 10-13-2009 09:37 PM
    Chris, Back again regarding the Junior 60, I remember seeing one of these at a meeting, it had a brushed 540 motor with a reduction belt drive of 3 to 1 and 8 nicads, flew very well as i remember. incidentally i bought one of these drives at the time, i can not find it now thats why i thought i would get up to date and buy a brushless motor, Just a thought it may help! Teddar.
  3. 10-13-2009 08:01 PM
    Chris, Ref. Junior 60, The exact dihedral is 6ins. at each tip. Regards, Teddar.
  4. 10-11-2009 07:24 PM
    Chris, Ref. Junior 60. weight 4.75lbs. wingspan 63in. length 43in. Regards Tedda.
  5. chris123sc
    10-11-2009 12:28 AM
    I know the plane you are talking about, pretty large dihedral on the wings, rounded at the front on bottom of fuselage. What is the weight and wingspan on it? I would imagine you could use about a 400 size brushless system if not a little larger. Let me know the weight, length and wingspan and I can give you a set up for it.
  6. 10-10-2009 11:57 PM
    chris123sc, Junior 60 built in 1947 ED 2CC Diesel, was then Free Flight, Good Flyer, now Building it again from a Flair Kit, RC. Electric. Require Brushless Motor type, Batteries and speed control. Any ideas would be much appreciated as i need to get it right first time. This note is open to anybody who is interested. Thanks Teddar

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