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Post  1/2A Nut on Wed Feb 03, 2016 2:25 pm

TD .010 18w


Recommended Powertrains
125 mph Mega 16/15/3, 4.7x4.7 35A ESC, 3S LiPo, 350W
130 mph Mega 16/15/2, 4.7x4.7 50A ESC, 2S LiPo, 400W
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160 mph Mega 16/15/2, 4.1x4.1 60A ESC, 3S LiPo, 600W
165 mph Mega 16/15/3 4.1x4.1 60A ESC, 4S LiPo, 650W



Voodoo Specifications
Wing span 0.84 m 33.1 in
Wing area 7.0 dm2 109 sq in
Length 55 cm 21.7 in
Flying weight from 400 g 14.1 oz
Wing loading 57.1 g/dm 18.7 oz/sq ft
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -February 2016-

Post  balogh on Wed Feb 03, 2016 2:33 pm

Thanks. I estimate a TD049 with its 80W power would drive it at about 77mph.
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -February 2016-

Post  jmcalata on Wed Feb 03, 2016 2:48 pm

The pic looks so good.  Smile

Maybe Tee dee .09 can pull Woodoo like a rocket.



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Post  duke.johnson on Wed Feb 03, 2016 3:14 pm

Well..... At least it looks cool on the front.
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Post  woida on Wed Feb 03, 2016 5:04 pm

Thanks to Joseph for posting my picture from the Voodoo with the Tee Dee 010.

It is possible to fly it, but it is absolutely no rocket.  With one tank of fuel you can get a hihgt of 100 m.

And you have to pull the flaps down for start and for better winning hihgt.

And the Voodoo is very easy too clean up...

For me it is a very funny projekt!!! Very Happy

I have several voodoos.

wight of Tee Dee 010 Voodoo 230 g with ca. 23 Watt
wight of hardest electric Voodoo 600 g with 650 Watt

You can fly Voodoos in an wide Range of engines!
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -February 2016-

Post  Admin on Wed Feb 03, 2016 8:12 pm

OK, we have 10! I'll get the poll set up.

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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -February 2016-

Post  balogh on Thu Feb 04, 2016 2:13 am

woida wrote:Thanks to Joseph for posting my picture from the Voodoo with the Tee Dee 010.

It is possible to fly it, but it is absolutely no rocket.  With one tank of fuel you can get a hihgt of 100 m.

And you have to pull the flaps down for start and for better winning hihgt.

And the Voodoo is very easy too clean up...

For me it is a very funny projekt!!! Very Happy

I have several voodoos.

wight of Tee Dee 010 Voodoo 230 g with ca. 23 Watt
wight of hardest electric Voodoo 600 g with 650 Watt

You can fly Voodoos in an wide Range of engines!


Great! I think Voodoo comes only in one size with some 830mm wingspan? At least this is what I saw on the website of Höllein/Germany?
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Post  1/2A Nut on Sun Feb 07, 2016 4:44 pm

Quickie .010 Small Cox Logo


92g / 3ch less covering and control horns / wire.




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Post  balogh on Sun Feb 07, 2016 4:54 pm

Beautiful little plane. ..looking forward to hearing from the maiden flight.
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Post  cox24711 on Sun Feb 07, 2016 10:45 pm

WOW THATS EPIC!
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -February 2016-

Post  woida on Mon Feb 08, 2016 1:52 pm

Hi,

very nice airplane!

which fuel Tank do you use and how is it build?

Thanks
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -February 2016-

Post  NEW222 on Mon Feb 08, 2016 4:32 pm

1/2A Nut wrote:Quickie .010 Small Cox Logo


92g / 3ch less covering and control horns / wire.





Nice, but i gotta ask. Do you plan on starting it now and running it continuously till Christmas with that tank? Shocked
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -February 2016-

Post  1/2A Nut on Mon Feb 08, 2016 5:29 pm

Thank you guys, I promise to post a nice first person video in brilliant
16:9 / 1920x1080p HD / 60fps wide screen up close passes and throttled flyby's.

I scratch build everything, my motto is if you can see it you can build it.
Baring time, money and willingness to create it of course. In the case of
the wee little Quickie .010 I wanted to find another acceptable use for the
mighty throttled .010. All high revving little micro screamers deserve some use.

I use a small pill container in the case of the one shown use a 1/2A rubber stopper
save the lid and remove the its top deck to allow the brass feeder tubes to poke out.
The fuel tank shown will hold 70% in comparison to a standard 1oz tank. I want plenty
of run time target duration 9-10 mins without the weight of a 1oz tank.
The larger tank is for upgrading with a TD .020 at some point run time then will
drop to about 6mins tops with speeds exceeding 65 mph with a 3.75x3 Small Cox Logo
The TD .010 with a 3x2 prop will nudge up to 50+ mph. I hate short flights such a
drag, anything under 3 mins for RC bites just not enough time to settle in and enjoy.

You can not load the TD .010 engine down as it will stress the con rod and ball socket
nor use a big plane as when it noses in the ground (at some point they all crash) you
may damage it do to mass weight. A fragile small out of production costly engine should
only be on low weight small framed planes. In this case the Quickie .010 was born from
posts on this thread. It can tumble into the grass with no harm as a feather weight it
will give you hours of high rpm thrills even more so being throttled sounding bit like
a formula 1 racer when braaaping the throttle per the posted vid on the first page.

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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -February 2016-

Post  woida on Tue Feb 09, 2016 3:36 am

http://youtu.be/yQEtHXrHo6w

I think that is your Video 1/2a NUT.

The funktion of you throttle for the tee dee 010 is very good Very Happy

Thanks for your Infos about the fuel Tank.
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