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#1 Bud Morrison Feb 14, 2004 06:32 AM

Post your 1/2A pics #2
Post your 1/2A pics #2

#2 backer Feb 14, 2004 07:43 AM

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My Norvel Tutor with a nippy silver 400 and flown with a set of Kan 1050 cells.I dont use the landing gear so it is a belly flopper.

#3 Woodpecker Feb 15, 2004 05:21 AM

Okay Bud here is my 1/2A racer !
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I dunno what happened but that Browse button was not there yesterday.


#4 bigbear3721 Feb 16, 2004 02:33 PM

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Lil Wasp

Complete but needs to be balanced.

#5 buckeyes1997 Feb 22, 2004 09:19 AM

mustang in my avitar
the mustang is with a .074 norvel
flies real nice.


#6 Pelanconi Flyer Feb 25, 2004 03:23 PM

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Flyzone Zero with PeeWee .020, R&E, fun til my Rx battery went dead 100' over some asphalt. RIP


#7 Rifleman Mar 05, 2004 01:30 AM

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Here is my old XP-29 conversion, from electric to "Wet" power.....
Weight is just a tad under 15 oz and flies with a Black Widow/Texaco head....Tornado 7x4 on 15% Nitro.......Hobbico 11's for Elev/Rud and a Futaba 114 Rcvr.......270 mah batt

#8 Eclipse_7 Mar 08, 2004 04:19 PM

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This is a Hobby-Lobby Miss2 converted to glow after a bad crash.

#9 Eclipse_7 Mar 08, 2004 04:23 PM

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I'm useing a Norvel .061.

#10 Remby Mar 15, 2004 09:20 AM

Flying through the trees
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The Buzzard Buster dances around the trees and by the picture taker. Those 1/2a 's fly just fine!

#11 dgliderguy Mar 24, 2004 02:13 PM

Hobby Shack Citabria
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Here's my OS15 powered Citabria, 3 channels, flies great!

#12 elp914 Mar 24, 2004 02:42 PM

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Here is mine. It has a 400 in it does it still count???
Its a stand in the next county scale EIII made by champion models in the 70s. I lightened it up and added ailerons. She flies wonderfully.

#13 Heli4life Mar 31, 2004 06:49 PM

Norvel 061 powered formosa
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Just finished building and so looking forward to flying this week.

AUW is 14 oz.

I heard so many positive reviews as electric I thought for $60 Cdn what do I have to lose... so the conversion was completed!

Update soon,


#14 CrazyHerb Apr 01, 2004 10:42 PM

CheapDelta 2
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I just built this in about 4 hrs...to fill the need for a little lunch time speed....

I just retired the Original (uncovered) CheapDelta...
This one is lighter, smaller, faster, and just meaner than it's older big brother.

12.5 oz as you see it...

Maiden flight tomorrow (at lunch) if the weather cooperates.

See original CheapDelta pics, videos and other foamie stuff on my web site:

Fly Hard, Land SOFT!!


#15 ElectOne Apr 02, 2004 08:13 PM

Excellent planes CrazyHerb

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