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Old Nov 13, 2011, 04:35 PM
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Hi,
A nice detailed write up, thanks.
I've flown I/C powered models for 25 years, and after a couple of years away, I'm looking to get into electric. I'm looking through your write up and one of the pictures has no other reference.... The cooling cutout.

I assume this is behind the wing on the underside.

That's correct it is on the bottom of the fuselage directly behind the wing.

Is it always necessary on an electric model?

On most electric models yes, you want to have a cooling exit so that you get proper air flow over the motor, esc, and especially the battery packs. This helps to keep everything as cool as possible.

Is it specified in the instructions?

Yes, you simply have to cut away the monokote covering as the factor has already removed the balsa.

Sorry to ask silly questions!

Not silly at all, always glad to help.

Bill, Nottingham, UK.
Bill,

My answers to your questions are highlighted in red above.

Tim
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