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  1. Bill G
    01-13-2009 06:54 AM
    Not sure which Peashooter. I have 2. Neither have differential in the radio setup. The larger has ailerons which is a must with little dihedral. The smaller is rud/elev and reasonable dihedral. The trick to getting those planes to fly is to BOTH have right thrust set on the motor AND a slight bit of additional washout in the right wing. The additional washout is basically the same thing as having an aileron on the right wing pointed up a bit. This will counter the prop torque and cause the plane to not roll to the left. You have to experiment with these settings to get it right. Not doing that is why many fail at low wing rud/elev control without ailerons. If you have ailerons, you simply move the trim until the plane flys level and doesn't roll from prop torque.
  2. 01-05-2009 03:19 AM
    diss your planes, what? what plans?
  3. 01-04-2009 06:45 AM
    For the SS it depends. I use an eflite 480. 3s 2100mah lipo, just the elevator and rudder, and a 10X10 prop. It gives it too much power, REALLY! Even with this setup it only pulls at most 23 amps! although I use a 36 amp esc, which is not nessecary if you look to save a few bucks. I recomend 370-450 (at most) 2s (yes 2s) with 9X4.7 prop with 15 amp esc. or even a small 3s with an 8X6 prop, and maybe 15 amp esc.
    01-01-2009 08:13 PM
    Hi, a 25 to 30 amp esc for the slow stick will work fine, depending on your motor, i like the 2410-09 tower pro motor with a 11x4.7 sf prop
  5. swass rc dawg
    12-28-2008 08:36 PM
    Has any one saw the wonder wing my swass wing is just that made after A 1950s free flite plane I saw it in back yard flier they had a pic of the plans that I just coped and expand to proper scale and I just got full size plans for 3$ not 14$ nice so try it just look at the ruler on the plans and adjust to proper scale


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