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Post  balogh on Sat May 09, 2015 7:54 am



My flight with the Toucan today...probably the last for some time...soon after this, during the next flight the plane disassembled mid-air due to a ripped rubber band fixing the wing to the fuse..the wing and all gears survived...the fuse exploded upon a vertical impact at full throttle into the ground...the engine? Cannot be destroyed, I tell you!!!. Will drive my next one who knows how long.

(Life is not just a big long honey-licking, you all know..sometimes you find bitter drops too)

Excuse me the resonating noise during the video, you may want to turn your speakers down. I tached the engine with my acoustic tachometer on my smartphone, it revved around 24-25k unloaded in the air.
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Post  pkrankow on Sat May 09, 2015 8:07 am

Yea, unless you find pavement these engines are pretty tough. Every destroyed model engine I have seen involved harder impact surfaces than dirt.

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Post  Marleysky on Sat May 09, 2015 8:17 am

That was fantastic ! Loops, rolls, inverted nice flight. Sorry to hear it re-kitted itself. Good to know you can rebuild it. Thanks for the video, I liked the rearward view. Is it my vision or can you see the elevator "undulate " during flight?
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Post  getback on Sat May 09, 2015 11:51 am

Thanks balogh, That was nice a lot better after I turned the volume off it had a ungodly vibrating sound to it , yes I seen that stab/elev. doing that thing like it was in 150 * heat Smile Sorry to hear about the ground bounding it took I have had wings fold and come in wide open before /// A friend at the field came over and pulled the throttle back he said (at least keep the dirt out of the engine )????!!! Small Cox Logo
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Post  balogh on Sat May 09, 2015 5:07 pm

Marleysky, Getback,

thanks for the condolences and positive words. I do not think the elevator did anything else than what I radioed it do, maybe the strong wind caused the whole plane to flutter...the noise is really annoying, I am not sure what was resonating, but this will remain an unsolved puzzle so far.

I am on my way to complete the rebuild, I spent some time on it today. Not sure if I will finish it tomorrow...the fuse, stab and rudder/elevator are done ....strangely enough I spend most of the time by building in a servo tray...

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Post  balogh on Sat May 09, 2015 5:21 pm

Marleysky wrote:That was fantastic !  Loops, rolls, inverted nice flight.  Sorry to hear it re-kitted itself. Good to know you can rebuild it. Thanks for the video, I liked the rearward view. Is it my vision or can you see the elevator "undulate " during flight?  

I looked at the video again, it is quite normal with this Chinese keychain camera if it is not fixed totally well, youtube usually offers re-editing of vibrating images, this time it did not offer when I uploaded.....
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