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Post  rdw777 Sat Dec 25, 2021 6:34 pm

Evenings have been beautiful here making my wish I had something  to fly right at home…. I had built a rubber power FF …Hanger Rat ….for a large gym where I work so I decided to convert it to rc …. Very happy how it worked out!!….Turns real tight and can stay in a small space…. Needs to by calm….. I can step out of the shop and go fly now….Keeps the rc fingers practiced up too!!

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Post  cstatman Sun Dec 26, 2021 2:16 am

that is SUPER COOL!

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thank you for sharing with us!
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Post  Yabby Sun Dec 26, 2021 2:44 am

Awesome Jigger!!! cheers sunny I keep seeing all this really neat stuff on the forum and I havent even got enough time to crash it all let alone build stuff from all the ideas I get from stuff like this post. Love the wing design etc. looks almost as close to being a bird as could be. Thumbs Up sunny

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Post  getback Sun Dec 26, 2021 8:00 am

Cool ., looks like alot of Fun slow and tight just floating around this is what I need to get back in the RC mode but all i have is IC engine , but plenty of RC equip. Thumbs Up
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Post  NEW222 Sun Dec 26, 2021 10:04 am

Thta is great. What micro motor/gearbox are you using? I think I have one kicking around here from an old Champ or Cub along with the electronics, and I could never think of something nice and simple to build for it.
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Post  rdw777 Mon Dec 27, 2021 12:37 pm

Thanks guys, This has been fun for calm evenings….

The motor/gear box came from http://www.microflierradio.com/

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I’m sure the electronics and drives from some of the Hobby Zone park flyers would work fine for something like this….

If you decide to build one or have questions post it up here and I’ll help as I can….

Back to rebuilding engines now  Very Happy
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Post  rsv1cox Mon Dec 27, 2021 5:12 pm

What a wonderful model, love your pictures..........The Blue Baron off to do battle. Smile

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Post  roddie Mon Dec 27, 2021 8:30 pm

Flying at Home.. what more could you ask for? That looks like a floater.. and probably a joy to fly.. I have no area large enough for fixed-wing modeling outside of 1/4A u-control.. and even that scale would be cramped. I'm not a "drone-guy" but I am continually amazed at the gear.. as well as seeing what accomplished RC pilots have done in FPV mode.
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