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Old 07-20-2005, 02:03 AM   #1
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Default Welcome to the e-powered sailplane & glider forum

Welcome to the e-powered sailplane & glider forum here on WattFlyer.com. Discuss all aspects of e-powered soaring here from building, power systems, setup, flying techniques, etc
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Old 09-13-2005, 06:47 PM   #2
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Default E powered conversion for Bird of Time

I have an illustrated construction article on the Bird of Time with an Axi motor. Can I and how do I post it to this site?
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Old 09-14-2005, 06:30 AM   #3
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Welcome to Wattflyer!

If you can save it as a PDF file or txt file then you can upload it by going to the "Go Advanced" button under the message box and click on "Manage Attachments" in the "Additional Options" section under the message box and then select the file to be uploaded. This will have the file as an attachment to your post. You can also upload zip files depending on the format of the article.

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IS that the Bird of Time kit? I'm building one for E-power and am having a terrible time with Fin and bell-crank area and what goes in there? The 2 sets
of formers( R4 & R5) look like they get built inside of the built-up fin area???
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Old 05-30-2006, 04:21 PM   #5
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Robert, do you ahve any photos of the Fin area as it was being built, if your
talking about the BOT kit. Help! Please
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I have currently built 3 BOT electrics. I have written a very detailed, illustrated construction article. It is written in Microsoft Publisher and I dont know how to send it by e mail. I can burn a CD for you. Please send a name and address. No charge
Robert Samuel
PS Upon re-reading your post it appears that perhaps you are using the wooden fuselage. All of my models used the fiberglass fuselage. This kit is so cheap that I really didn't want to spend time building, as the modifications took long enough.
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thought i would post this here, i know its an old thread
80 grams AUW, so light thermals can be caught even at the park

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Nice DLG.

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Nice DLG.

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Do you sell these gliders?

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What are the popular e-gliders among wattflyer pilots?

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Multiplex EasyGlider 4 is my favorite currently. It will fly for as long as I can stand there with just a bit of lift.

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