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Old Sep 19, 2010, 11:49 PM
I think I forgot how to fly RC
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Congratulations Cry and Deanna!
Thanks Flop!!


tell nate that his cannister mounts, bottom cover plate and led controller are on the way. I could not, for the life of me, locate my spare 2.5" engine standoffs.

He will have to order those in for his DA.
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Old Sep 20, 2010, 01:24 AM
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Nice pics!

That pic of my DWFoamies looks kinda funny - took awhile to realize I was launching it lol.

You two have fun now! Take some pics of the trip
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Old Sep 20, 2010, 01:51 AM
I think I forgot how to fly RC
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Nice pics!

That pic of my DWFoamies looks kinda funny - took awhile to realize I was launching it lol.

You two have fun now! Take some pics of the trip
We plan on it! Thanks.

Oh and Redaerorc is right down the road from Disney World.
Deanna is telling me we should see if they deliver!
can you say Breitling "Nigel Lamb" MXSR?

I think, however, that the airport has a baggage size limit


So here is our plan for the green MX2 maiden.
We get back sunday oct 3rd and I have Monday the 4th off to recouperate.
If Monday's weather is nice, I'm putting her in the air.

come on out to see the maiden and see how well the smoke works out!
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Old Sep 20, 2010, 08:36 AM
Got the Slickness
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We plan on it! Thanks.

Oh and Redaerorc is right down the road from Disney World.
Deanna is telling me we should see if they deliver!
can you say Breitling "Nigel Lamb" MXSR?

I think, however, that the airport has a baggage size limit


So here is our plan for the green MX2 maiden.
We get back sunday oct 3rd and I have Monday the 4th off to recouperate.
If Monday's weather is nice, I'm putting her in the air.

come on out to see the maiden and see how well the smoke works out!
I can say Breitling "Nigel Lamb" MXSR! (It is the coolest)

You guys have a great trip, and hope you get to visit some RC plane things while you are away.
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Old Sep 20, 2010, 11:41 AM
Sniffing the glue
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something fun

here is a propeller tip speed calculator , just for some fun facts
http://www.pponk.com/HTML PAGES/propcalc.htm
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Old Sep 20, 2010, 02:18 PM
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Not sure when this was taken, but it kind of pisses me off. (unless of course this was a special event). MAR/C tells us no 3D over the runway yet this stuff takes place? Come on..

Traxxas Slash 4x4 Chasing R/C Plane (8 min 39 sec)
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Old Sep 20, 2010, 03:04 PM
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Wow, congratulations to cryhavoc and your new bride! Looking good.

Todd
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Old Sep 21, 2010, 01:26 AM
Training to be a cage fighter.
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Very nice!

Those are some great pictures of some serious 3d flying vitter!
I was wondering what you guys think of those Torque motors sold
by Extreme Flight?
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Old Sep 21, 2010, 01:38 AM
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I have no personal direct experience with them but I have read and been told they are grate motors. I have also been told they are the same as PA Trust motors which I use in my PA planes and like them very much. You have seen these in action BTW. I hope this helps
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Old Sep 21, 2010, 08:54 AM
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Those are some great pictures of some serious 3d flying vitter!
I was wondering what you guys think of those Torque motors sold
by Extreme Flight?
I've been flying several Torque motors for a couple of years. I think they are great.
Steve
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Old Sep 21, 2010, 01:57 PM
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Improved plane storage!

I just got some updates on my plane storage methods and figured I'd share them with you all. My last change was adding some ratcheting tie downs capable of being 4' to 12' - I used these to add a second plane below the one plane I had originally hung. I thought I was pretty satisfied with this setup as I could store four planes quite easily (30cc planes that is). However I started thinking that if I replaced the flat bungee cords used to hang the plane on top I could hopefully get it closer to the ceiling, and therefor get the lower plane even higher than I could originally get.

So off to Home Depot I go and picked up some adjustable tie downs capable of being 1' to 6' in length. I swapped the flat bungees out and now I think I'm satisfied. In fact, I think I could hang 3 planes on each setup now! That'd mean six 30cc planes! Haha, wait till the wife hears that. I also think my setup above my computer could probably fit a 50cc, though don't have one to try hanging. Anyways, here are the pictures.



You can see that the planes are quite a bit closer together than before, and closer to ceiling.



Don't you think I could squeeze another plane under the sbach? Hehe



These are the different tie down's I'm using. Blue ones for the top plane, and orange ones for the bottom plane (or should I say middle plane - if I wanted to hang a third the same orange ratchet tie down would have enough length to work)
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Old Sep 21, 2010, 02:11 PM
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Thanks Jholen. My wife will hate you for that LOL. She hates putting holes in the wall, let alone the ceiling. Looks like a good systen though and i've been thinking that i need to do something with a few of mine.
Steve
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Old Sep 21, 2010, 02:14 PM
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Thanks Jholen. My wife will hate you for that LOL. She hates putting holes in the wall, let alone the ceiling. Looks like a good systen though and i've been thinking that i need to do something with a few of mine.
Steve
Hehe, my wife just shook her head when she saw it.

The eye-hooks I've got in the ceiling are secured in the studs and are rated for 60lbs - I probably wouldn't go over 30lbs just to be sure, and if I hung three I'd probably alternate the motor, ie. motor to the right, then motor to the left, then motor to the right to spread some of the weight over both hooks.
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Old Sep 21, 2010, 02:57 PM
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Its a good idea. Amazing how much room they start to take up leaning up against the walls like I have them.
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