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Post  mitchg95 Fri Feb 22, 2013 1:13 pm

I dont have the cash to buy the engine yet but should be able to save $500 in a matter of a few months.
My question, what model airplane could i fit this in? I do not plan to fly the plane or even run the engine, what size plane would I be looking for?
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Post  John Goddard Fri Feb 22, 2013 2:23 pm

One of these?
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Post  mitchg95 Fri Feb 22, 2013 2:29 pm

John Goddard wrote:One of these?
Very Happy
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its so crazy it just might work!
lol, maybe i can make on outta balsa
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Post  Cribbs74 Fri Feb 22, 2013 3:02 pm

Scale something you like down.

What you could do is take a full size plan of something with say an .049 on it, then measure the nano bee and shrink the plan until the .049 is the same size as the nano.

It will look correct anyway.

I like those Nano bees except I heard they are extremely short lived. So much so they should never be run.

So..... It's like jewelry, pretty to look at, but absolutely useless lol!

Just kidding around Mitch, I hope you get one!

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Post  mitchg95 Fri Feb 22, 2013 3:50 pm

cribbs74 wrote:Scale something you like down.

What you could do is take a full size plan of something with say an .049 on it, then measure the nano bee and shrink the plan until the .049 is the same size as the nano.

It will look correct anyway.

I like those Nano bees except I heard they are extremely short lived. So much so they should never be run.

So..... It's like jewelry, pretty to look at, but absolutely useless lol!

Just kidding around Mitch, I hope you get one!



thanks for the tip, I love the look of the quakers so maybe i could scale this print down...
http://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=1584
wonder what the wingspan would be?
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Post  Jaspur_x Sun Mar 03, 2013 1:48 pm

mitchg95 wrote:
cribbs74 wrote:Scale something you like down.

What you could do is take a full size plan of something with say an .049 on it, then measure the nano bee and shrink the plan until the .049 is the same size as the nano.

It will look correct anyway.

I like those Nano bees except I heard they are extremely short lived. So much so they should never be run.

So..... It's like jewelry, pretty to look at, but absolutely useless lol!

Just kidding around Mitch, I hope you get one!

I never liked the look of the quakers, their picture on the oatmeal continers for instance makes them look untrustworthy and not very friendly, might as well be a picture of a rattlesnake lol

and now back to the topic Hand Shake


thanks for the tip, I love the look of the quakers so maybe i could scale this print down...
http://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=1584
wonder what the wingspan would be?
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Post  mitchg95 Sun Mar 03, 2013 7:30 pm


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I never liked the look of the quakers, their picture on the oatmeal continers for instance makes them look untrustworthy and not very friendly, might as well be a picture of a rattlesnake lol

and now back to the topic Hand Shake


thanks for the tip, I love the look of the quakers so maybe i could scale this print down...
http://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=1584
wonder what the wingspan would be?[/quote][/quote]


lol!
maybe under 6''?
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Post  nitroairplane Wed Mar 20, 2013 11:33 am

Hey Mitch, ever since discovering and buying the tiny engines from Valentine I have wanted to fly one.
THe smallest one that I'd consider flying would be the blitz 0.05cc (0.003) for weight I'de try and stay under 2.5oz and it might have a chance of flying but since there is little data on these engines I wouldn't chance it.

Try to get something like a 0.1cc to fly first and if you get that right maybe move down as far as you're comfortable.
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Post  mitchg95 Wed Mar 20, 2013 11:35 am

nitroairplane wrote:Hey Mitch, ever since discovering and buying the tiny engines from Valentine I have wanted to fly one.
THe smallest one that I'd consider flying would be the blitz 0.05cc (0.003) for weight I'de try and stay under 2.5oz and it might have a chance of flying but since there is little data on these engines I wouldn't chance it.

Try to get something like a 0.1cc to fly first and if you get that right maybe move down as far as you're comfortable.

thanks Smile if do get one or make one that is 0.1cc what size do you suggest?
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Post  nitroairplane Wed Mar 20, 2013 11:38 am

A valentine would probably be the cheapest thing and they're usually pretty friendly.
The speed racer 0.098cc is a great engine, I still have mine and it runs great.

http://www.ronald-valentine-engines.com/20_Speed_Racer_2.html
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Post  mitchg95 Wed Mar 20, 2013 11:40 am

i like the look of the speed racer, it is a thing of beauty and for sure a work of art, the price is pretty good to Smile
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Post  nitroairplane Wed Mar 20, 2013 11:43 am

Yeah man, they're great.
RGMs are decent and cheaper too but they're far less pretty and do not perform 1/2 as well.
http://www.ronald-valentine-engines.com/8_RGM_0.html
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Post  mitchg95 Wed Mar 20, 2013 11:44 am

i see what you mean, id go for the speed racer over the rgm
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