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Old Jul 13, 2014, 07:09 AM
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Great job and great work by your daughter - Bravo

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Old Jul 20, 2014, 12:29 AM
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thanks Phil, we are working on another video with more footage from my guillows conversions.it should have footage of every one to date. I will be sure to post it when it is done.
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Took off dead straight and looked like it was flying itself, with no correction required. Proving once again that these models fly fine, for people that build straight and know what they're doing.
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Old May 21, 2015, 12:23 AM
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the p-38 airframe turned out great and it really is a good flying model. it makes scale like rolls and loops are easy with no twist or turn as long as you are straight into the wind. If I was to build this model again I would use more powerful motors and esc's. this setup flys the model well but it is hard on them with 3s 1500mah batteries . I did find some 6x4 props that are easier on the motors but a 3s twin setup needs to be looked into @ some point.
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the p-38 airframe turned out great and it really is a good flying model. it makes scale like rolls and loops are easy with no twist or turn as long as you are straight into the wind. If I was to build this model again I would use more powerful motors and esc's. this setup flys the model well but it is hard on them with 3s 1500mah batteries . I did find some 6x4 props that are easier on the motors but a 3s twin setup needs to be looked into @ some point.
thanks for the kind comment Anti.
You may or may not know that the real P-38 needed as much power as possible. Several pilots said that the more power it has the better it flies. I suppose that in model form is the same.
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