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Post  nitroairplane Thu Dec 22, 2011 5:25 pm

lol
I dunno probably 1st or second week of January.
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Post  John Goddard Thu Dec 22, 2011 5:29 pm

There was at least 2 Sebart Katana's, 1 angel, 2 Capiche 140's and goodness knows how many club trainers..
Very Happy
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Post  nitroairplane Thu Dec 22, 2011 5:33 pm

lol is it a graveyard or repair shop?
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Post  Jaspur_x Fri Dec 23, 2011 6:11 am

nitroairplane wrote:Ok because I checked they won't bind with each other.

I like the blade msr tx better than the hk, would rather bind that to a second rx. However if I understand correctly would have to bind every time switching aircraft and same fot the HK tx;which negates me doing that for simplicity.

Thats the real reason I bought the cox icon 3ch and that plan became a steaming pile rather quickly too Shocked as usual with my plans lol!
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Post  PV Pilot Fri Dec 23, 2011 12:25 pm

John Goddard wrote:
microflitedude wrote:My uncle has a Zagi wing - foam core covered with Monokote. We had a mixer on it at first, but then he got a DX7 with built in mixing.

Flew it with a 400 brushed motor with a Nicad pack, then put a Grayson outrunner DD motor and a 1250mAh 11.1 Lipo battery.

A lot more fun after the upgrade. Very Happy

Get Unc to put an inrunner on it Dude.
The boys at my club have Zagi's and I hide when they come out.....
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I have my eye on one of these, still nib, no motor.
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About 120-140MPH with a 70 MM. Ultrafly Spear.
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Post  microflitedude Fri Dec 23, 2011 1:47 pm

John Goddard wrote:
microflitedude wrote:My uncle has a Zagi wing - foam core covered with Monokote. We had a mixer on it at first, but then he got a DX7 with built in mixing.

Flew it with a 400 brushed motor with a Nicad pack, then put a Grayson outrunner DD motor and a 1250mAh 11.1 Lipo battery.

A lot more fun after the upgrade. Very Happy

Get Unc to put an inrunner on it Dude.
The boys at my club have Zagi's and I hide when they come out.....
Snowman

I think we will leave it as is. It is pretty zippy, and some eyes are not as good as they used to be... Paranoid I have seen people use 6s batteries on these things, and yes, you would want to hide. They make great combat planes.

Did I mention the original brushed motor nearly melted through the plastic mount after running the 11.1v Lipo? Shocked


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Post  nitroairplane Fri Dec 23, 2011 3:27 pm

Wait wait wait.
12s!
The highest I ran was 4s on anything yet an that is 14.4v.
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Post  microflitedude Fri Dec 23, 2011 5:19 pm

nitroairplane wrote:Wait wait wait.
12s!
The highest I ran was 4s on anything yet an that is 14.4v.

Forgive me, it was 6s. They were a little larger, but you still would not believe the power to weight ratio these things had. They were very loud swinging APC props.
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Post  nitroairplane Fri Dec 23, 2011 5:19 pm

I bet that they were but 12s would be tooooooo insane!
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Post  Jaspur_x Fri Dec 23, 2011 5:38 pm

PV Pilot wrote:
John Goddard wrote:
microflitedude wrote:My uncle has a Zagi wing - foam core covered with Monokote. We had a mixer on it at first, but then he got a DX7 with built in mixing.

Flew it with a 400 brushed motor with a Nicad pack, then put a Grayson outrunner DD motor and a 1250mAh 11.1 Lipo battery.

A lot more fun after the upgrade. Very Happy

Get Unc to put an inrunner on it Dude.
The boys at my club have Zagi's and I hide when they come out.....
Snowman

I have my eye on one of these, still nib, no motor.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSlqE-brxq0&feature=related
About 120-140MPH with a 70 MM. Ultrafly Spear.

Now thats a pretty cool deal,except for it sounds like it needs an engine Babe Bee .049 lol! prety cool otherwise Huh...
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Post  nitroairplane Fri Dec 23, 2011 5:45 pm

Lol I was uctially considering a tee dee .020 with ring on the bipe that you got but thought better of it lol.
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Post  Jaspur_x Fri Dec 23, 2011 6:22 pm

nitroairplane wrote:Lol I was uctially considering a tee dee .020 with ring on the bipe that you got but thought better of it lol.

I remember thinking when I got it, due to prop size I was going at least throttled 049 (very minimum) with it Tired w/ Coffee Read but I tend to overkill with displacement at times lol!
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Post  Kim Fri Dec 23, 2011 6:25 pm

Jaspur_x wrote:
nitroairplane wrote:Lol I was uctially considering a tee dee .020 with ring on the bipe that you got but thought better of it lol.

I remember thinking when I got it, due to prop size I was going at least throttled 049 (very minimum) with it Tired w/ Coffee Read but I tend to overkill with displacement at times lol!


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Post  Jaspur_x Fri Dec 23, 2011 6:39 pm

Kim wrote:
Jaspur_x wrote:
nitroairplane wrote:Lol I was uctially considering a tee dee .020 with ring on the bipe that you got but thought better of it lol.

I remember thinking when I got it, due to prop size I was going at least throttled 049 (very minimum) with it Tired w/ Coffee Read but I tend to overkill with displacement at times lol!


"There's NO substitute for Cubic Inches!"
No replacement for displacement, but turbocharging,blowers and nitrous can help a little lol! but they just don`t fit well in Airplane
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Post  PV Pilot Sat Dec 24, 2011 11:31 am

Jaspur_x wrote:
Kim wrote:
Jaspur_x wrote:
nitroairplane wrote:Lol I was uctially considering a tee dee .020 with ring on the bipe that you got but thought better of it lol.

I remember thinking when I got it, due to prop size I was going at least throttled 049 (very minimum) with it Tired w/ Coffee Read but I tend to overkill with displacement at times lol!


"There's NO substitute for Cubic Inches!"
No replacement for displacement, but turbocharging,blowers and nitrous can help a little lol! but they just don`t fit well in Airplane

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My 56 chevy gets a little "dual rate" tickle every now and again.,, Wink
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Post  Jaspur_x Mon Dec 26, 2011 5:24 am

PV Pilot wrote:
Jaspur_x wrote:
Kim wrote:
Jaspur_x wrote:
nitroairplane wrote:Lol I was uctially considering a tee dee .020 with ring on the bipe that you got but thought better of it lol.

I remember thinking when I got it, due to prop size I was going at least throttled 049 (very minimum) with it Tired w/ Coffee Read but I tend to overkill with displacement at times lol!


"There's NO substitute for Cubic Inches!"
No replacement for displacement, but turbocharging,blowers and nitrous can help a little lol! but they just don`t fit well in Airplane

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My 56 chevy gets a little "dual rate" tickle every now and again.,, Wink
The only thing wrong with that is that I havn`t gotten my turn at the wheel Affraid or WOW!
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Post  Kim Mon Dec 26, 2011 7:30 am

COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL !
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Post  nitroairplane Mon Dec 26, 2011 7:31 am

Kim wrote:COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL !

Ditto
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Post  Ziimzy Mon Dec 26, 2011 1:31 pm

Hey indra i got my UMX Beast Very Happy but i was disappointed to find that my battery didn't fit my old charger... so i spent £30 for a charger and it came with a spare battery. Do you think i should use dual rates when i fly mine? thx Smile
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Post  nitroairplane Mon Dec 26, 2011 3:28 pm

Ziimzy wrote:Hey indra i got my UMX Beast Very Happy but i was disappointed to find that my battery didn't fit my old charger... so i spent £30 for a charger and it came with a spare battery. Do you think i should use dual rates when i fly mine? thx Smile
Well with your transmitter you have no choice I think you meant high rates or low rates.
Well ailerons low and rudder and elevator high.
You have no exponentials.
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Post  Jaspur_x Wed Dec 28, 2011 1:48 am

exactly what Nitroairplane said and I have no idea what either of you are talking about,but I was going to say something really funny about all this but instantly thought better of all that lol!

You are far better off going with nitro`s plan there. Shocked
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Post  nitroairplane Wed Dec 28, 2011 1:11 pm

Your humour is welcome here Smile
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Post  SuperDave Wed Dec 28, 2011 2:30 pm

"There's NO substitute for Cubic Inches!"

Pure old-school horse hooie.

Why is it that current Ford Mustangs produce better gas mileage, lower emissions, more horsepower, with lighter weight from fewer cubic inches than ever before?

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Post  nitroairplane Wed Dec 28, 2011 2:57 pm

Dave no but I can you which I would rather have!
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Post  Jaspur_x Thu Dec 29, 2011 12:27 am

SuperDave wrote:"There's NO substitute for Cubic Inches!"

Pure old-school horse hooie.

Why is it that current Ford Mustangs produce better gas mileage, lower emissions, more horsepower, with lighter weight from fewer cubic inches than ever before?

Akhams razor SD...... thats where that old addage stems from.

Rrefinements of the old school,but you already knew that SD. But its not the 4cyl engine either is it dave? srill a variation of the 5.0l v8 I would bet.
The 4cyl mustang of the late 80`sor was it early 90`s was a true dog, weak engine in a car that ws heavy enough should have a v8.
The current v6`s do have some zip too, but 80`s v6`s were for the most part weak too and some hogged up as much gas as an efficient v8.


The old school designs were inefficient,hence no replacement for displacement.

Teedee010 screams its head off but so does the teedee020, whick pulls a heavier plane? displacement wins, you knew that too SD lol!
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