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Old Nov 20, 2006, 04:01 AM
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After seeing how well the Wild-Cat Boomer flew, even at half throttle, with a IPS motor, I decided to build a LPS motor version. I had a 20" EPP pocket wing laying around and thoes darn things are too fast for my eyes, so I donated it to the project.
So I guess I'll call it the Pocket-Cat Boomer!
So far, its 18.5 wing span, 1.9ozs w/o batt, GWS LPS B2C B gearing w/6050 prop, Berg 4L, two 4.5 servos, GWS 50 ESC,
I got it mocked up. Then shaved a gram off the LPS, from 11.5 to 10.5 and mounted it on a carbon fiber tube. I'll use one servo to run the ailerons like I did my first Boomer, the Slo-Cat. I'm going to find a smaller batt that my 340's, then get it set up. Butch
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