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Old Jun 04, 2014, 05:28 AM
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1/2 scale bucker Jungmeister

Here's my latest biplane:
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Old Jun 04, 2014, 08:08 AM
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Thunderboat42,
Thanks, I've put a lot of blood sweat and tears into the challenger! The BME is discontinued but PAU picked up the line. Its an ARF but the build is more of like a kit. You have to make your own servo trays and build the engine mounting area but that give you the freedom of engine choice. I have only flown it once but it flies great and has way more then enough power with the 55 twin. Mostly flew it at 1/2 to 3/4 stick. I decided to do the theme differently rather then the same old Shawn Tucker theme. I give a big thanks to Calliegraphics.com for hooking up the Audi theme for the challenger!
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Old Jun 04, 2014, 10:31 AM
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My Lazy Ace
That's one of the nicest Lazy Ace renditions I have seen, David Hogue. I may have to do one of these some day.

What are the specifics on yours (dimensions and hardware)?
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Old Jun 04, 2014, 05:06 PM
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That's one of the nicest Lazy Ace renditions I have seen, David Hogue. I may have to do one of these some day.

What are the specifics on yours (dimensions and hardware)?
Thanks, but I didnt build it, I bought it when I saw it hanging in my semi local favorite hobby shop.....could not let that ome get away!! When the pics were taken it had a G23 and I ran an 18-6 menz or bolly....hated that plastic MA thing in the pics. Later moved that engine to another plane and played with a chainsaw conversion on it, but didnt like it...too heavy. It's been hanging up since I injured my hand....I have trouble starting gas/glow by myself now, so I need help at the field...we're a small club and I often am alone ot there. Will be getting either a g26ei or dl-30 next, I hope with an onboard starter!! Radio is a Spektrum 8 ch, hitec 605bb servos, a123 2600rx pack, servo ign kill and manual choke
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Old Mar 10, 2015, 02:20 PM
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Did you have any trouble balancing it? I followed the instructions and had to add over 10 oz of lead, which made the plane very heavy
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