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  • About chris123sc
    Live in Charleston, SC - transplant from TX
    Summerville, SC
    Freight Broker
    Favorite Pet(s)
    dog person, cats give me the willy's
    Ridgeville AMA


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  • Last Activity: 09-30-2010 05:01 AM
  • Join Date: 06-25-2009
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  1. chris123sc
    02-02-2010 08:07 AM
    You are right, no excuxxes here,
    wait, lets go; I'm sorry I'm poor.
  2. Cajun Special
    11-01-2009 06:26 AM
    Hey Chris. Haven't been on WF in a while. I'm out of the Army now. I was stationed in Savannah, Ga. and Italy, then Ga. again.

    You're serious about that Boudin, aren't you? haha.. I will see what I can do. I think it may spoil though..??

    Man, I hope you get that crap ot of you. The wifes been sick, gonne get her checked soon.
  3. chris123sc
    10-27-2009 03:50 PM
    Sorry Teddar, been battling the ole H1N1, otherwise known as make me feel like I'm going to die swine flu. Have pneumonia as well so I've not been updating for a week or two (closer to two). Bad, Bad stuff...I'd try a park 400 series electrifly or maybe a KMS 35 mm 1000kv with at least a 35 amp esc. 11.1 volt 3 cell battery (1800mah or higher) should do ya. It's going to scoot but it will get you off the ground quickly or easy hand launch and pattern just fine.
  4. 10-25-2009 05:53 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.
  5. 10-13-2009 08:37 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.
  6. 10-13-2009 07:01 PM
    Chris, Ref. Junior 60, The exact dihedral is 6ins. at each tip. Regards, Teddar.
  7. Cajun Special
    10-13-2009 05:44 AM
    So is it possible to ship frozen goods?
  8. chris123sc
    10-12-2009 05:04 PM
    Ya, glad I asked as that's much bigger than I thought. Let me do some research and I'll get back to you. On the wings, do you know how much dihedral there is on the wings (an estimate will do, no need for specific angles and such). Just wondering if you are putting ailerons on it. No need for them if it has a large enough dihedral since it'll correct itself as it's built originally for free flight, but I've seen some modify the wings for ailerons.
  9. 10-11-2009 06:24 PM
    Chris, Ref. Junior 60. weight 4.75lbs. wingspan 63in. length 43in. Regards Tedda.
  10. 10-10-2009 10:57 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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