|Sep 23, 2006, 02:19 PM|
Here is the video of the CLee ME-262 parkflier. Stock fan, motor, DX6000 reciever, Great Planes ESC, & stock 8 cell NiMh battery pack.
|Sep 24, 2006, 07:54 PM|
Got the sound. Wouldn't give me a pic. It filled the screen in with that psyhcadelic stuff. Either way, good to see (I mean hear) you got it flying. I think this is the first Lee ME262 success video ever posted. Good job!
Like to see what it flys like. I scratch built a similarly proportioned ME262, which flys well. Always thought the Lee would fly with power. I now see (hear ) that it flys even stock. I tried stock EDF55 brused motors on mine, without much success. Bl did the trick.
|Sep 24, 2006, 09:13 PM|
Palm City, FL
Joined Dec 2000
Worked for me. He used a DivX codec, so if you go to their page and download it, you'll be able to see DivX videos.
Nice flight! Good low passes.
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