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Post  smooth_bill on Thu May 14, 2020 5:30 pm

Czaro,

I'm impressed!  Laughing

That was a very good flight, and the hand launch was perfect!

Agree that the control throw may be a little too much, so fix that while rebuilding that lovely airplane.

Bit too fast for me, but my reflexes are 65 years older than yours.

Actually, I no longer fly and my once rock steady hands shake enough that I don't have to stir my coffee in the morning! Very Happy

Best of luck,

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Post  rsv1cox on Thu May 14, 2020 6:20 pm

smooth_bill wrote:Czaro,

I'm impressed!  Laughing

That was a very good flight, and the hand launch was perfect!

Agree that the control throw may be a little too much, so fix that while rebuilding that lovely airplane.

Bit too fast for me, but my reflexes are 65 years older than yours.

Actually, I no longer fly and my once rock steady hands shake enough that I don't have to stir my coffee in the morning! Very Happy

Best of luck,

Bill

I know the feeling Bill.

Bob circa 1937
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Post  czarobest on Fri May 15, 2020 3:30 am

Thank you Bob!

The model is fast but it will be a good training before the A6M5 Zero which I am planning to build (but not for Cox, but for OS-FS48) Very Happy.

During that flight, my hands were shaking too, but from the stress Smile.
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Post  MauricioB on Fri May 15, 2020 3:37 am

hey czarobest, I see that you fly in fields where you find an alternative place, my friend András, also does the same, looking for a place where they can enjoy some healthy flights, my question is: do you have a club to attend ?, or Are you always looking for an alternative place? ... My question is because I highly value all those who make this effort to launch their model somewhere possible to fly.
Some people have a specific place to fly (club) and do not value it (they do not take care of it) they always have an excuse, which makes me wonder if they really feel the activity of model airplanes, or simply do not know what to do with their time.
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Post  getback on Fri May 15, 2020 6:01 am

Mauricio is a Master modeler and superb flier czarobest and also is 1/2ANut czarobest , you have talent for building and fling , with some instructions on fine tuning you will bee able to enjoy and go further in the sport/hobby Very Happy Enjoyed the video but you don't want to repair it every time you go out Rolling Eyes Popcorn
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Post  czarobest on Fri May 15, 2020 6:09 am

There is no modeling club in my town, there is a modeling airport, but it is quite far from my house, so I have to borrow a car from my dad Razz. Additionally, fuel in my country is expensive Razz.
I like to fly close to my house because I can do it quickly Very Happy. But with bigger models (which have to take off from the ground and need a good landing site) I have to go to the airport Smile. But there it's also nice because I can find other modelers Smile .
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Post  dirk gently on Fri May 15, 2020 8:38 am

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Post  czarobest on Fri May 15, 2020 9:22 am

I hope to go and see your models someday Very Happy.

Your airfield is to be closed? Why?
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Post  MauricioB on Fri May 15, 2020 9:46 am

czarobest wrote:There is no modeling club in my town, there is a modeling airport, but it is quite far from my house, so I have to borrow a car from my dad Razz. Additionally, fuel in my country is expensive Razz.
I like to fly close to my house because I can do it quickly Very Happy. But with bigger models (which have to take off from the ground and need a good landing site) I have to go to the airport Smile. But there it's also nice because I can find other modelers  Smile .

Okay, I understand perfectly. I greatly appreciate the effort and energy you put there to be able to fly.
I hope you repair your model soon and have it back in flight !!. by the way what battery pack do you have on board the model? .... 7.4 volt? and mha?
Thanks for your answers and for your video.
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Post  dirk gently on Fri May 15, 2020 10:24 am

because the sight of gliders circling in the sky was bothering the dwellers of the nearby town. I hope they like skyscrapers better, cause that's what they're getting.

This is why we can't have nice things.
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Post  MauricioB on Fri May 15, 2020 10:35 am

dirk gently wrote:because the sight of gliders circling in the sky was bothering the dwellers of the nearby town. I hope they like skyscrapers better, cause that's what they're getting.

This is why we can't have nice things.

What an unfortunate friend .... I can't believe that people are bothered by the gliders in the sky ... but well if that's the case, I'll never know ... that's more a matter of doing business ... skyscraper and density wails after ...
open field and open air, priceless! ...
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Post  czarobest on Fri May 15, 2020 10:39 am

MauricioB wrote:
Okay, I understand perfectly. I greatly appreciate the effort and energy you put there to be able to fly.
I hope you repair your model soon and have it back in flight !!. by the way what battery pack do you have on board the model? .... 7.4 volt? and mha?
Thanks for your answers and for your video.
Thank you Smile.

I used this equipment:
Battery - LiPo 370mAh 2S (7.4V)
Servos - HobbyKing HK15178 (too big, I know Wink)
BEC - HobbyKing Micro BEC 3A/5v (Switch Mode)
Receiver - FrSky RX6R + FrSky GPS module to logging speed

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because the sight of gliders circling in the sky was bothering the dwellers of the nearby town. I hope they like skyscrapers better, cause that's what they're getting.
This is why we can't have nice things.
That's sad thing Sad. I don't like to complain and I know we don't have the worst. But it seems so Polish.
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Post  davidll1984 on Fri May 22, 2020 11:22 am

y dont use bec for powering my spectrum reciver can take 8.3v to low 3.2v tink y use smal lipo from umx beast reciver is like 2gram. linear servo 1.2g to 2g for diferent control surface on trotl use two tiny 1.2g servo for eleron. elev ruder use larger linear long trow servo compatible wit as3x system very fast trow Cool
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