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Old Aug 28, 2015, 08:39 AM
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Thanks, you have to be a real whack job to hack the nose off of one of these beautiful models............😨😆😨😈
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Old Aug 28, 2015, 10:09 AM
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Thanks, you have to be a real whack job to hack the nose off of one of these beautiful models............😨😆😨😈
It's like to prune your own plants, must be other person to do it
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Old Aug 28, 2015, 09:58 PM
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It's alot to chop
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Old Aug 28, 2015, 10:23 PM
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I see some of you are using these antenna wrappers from icare. What did you attach them with? They don't seem like they are made from a plastic that is going to bond very well.

You can use super high quality epoxy (very thin stuff, long cure) or goop. I used epoxy in the past and it bonded too well, since then I use Goop
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You can use super high quality epoxy (very thin stuff, long cure) or goop. I used epoxy in the past and it bonded too well, since then I use Goop
Thanks for the idea...I never thought of goop. JB weld had crossed my mind as I have had great results using it to glue motor mounts into composite airframes.
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you should try it at 240 too 250, and it holds up.
Hahaa. Yess it does. I cant wait to get my next one sometime early next year. The last one with fhe mini pyro was crazy with the 7x11 and 6s.... The next one is going to put me in the insane assylum. Lol
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The last one with fhe mini pyro was crazy with the 7x11 and 6s.... The next one is going to put me in the insane assylum. Lol
Hi Invertmast-do you know how many amps you were pulling in flight with this setup?
I'm slowly converting my Swist to 6s...basically same setup,with M.K 7x11's....
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Hi Invertmast-do you know how many amps you were pulling in flight with this setup?
I'm slowly converting my Swist to 6s...basically same setup,with M.K 7x11's....
Cheers...

I never managed to measure the amps or watts..but it was impossible to hold any power on the X during a downline as it suffered from a pretty bad rolling tendency during pullouts (my suspicions are i was at the structural limit of the Horizontal stab and it was twisting). Unfortunately, due to family and not getting out to fly as much as I wanted, i sold it.

Jsteil is the new owner, so maybe he can help you out..
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