|May 25, 2011, 10:09 AM|
Wingspan 26", AUW 210g with two 3s 360mAh in parallel
Motor: Turnigy 2204 1400kv
Prop: GWS 7x3.5
ESC: Turnigy 10amp plush
|May 26, 2011, 12:02 PM|
The p-40 is my favorite plane. I don't have one built. You've done another super job I'm sure it will be a super flier. I wish we lived in the same location. I would love to spend time flying with you. Do you a great job.
Can't wait to see the video of the p-40 flying.
How to you come up with the planes shapes?
Build an SBD next or a TBF.
|May 26, 2011, 03:42 PM|
Thanks for the thumbs up, I've flown the P-40, and now that I've moved the CG back to 30%, it flies really nice on 2s. I think it will benefit from a little more speed though. So I have some Rhino 3s 460mAh's on the way to me. Let's see what it can do when I put one of them in the fuse....
PS.. I sure wish I lived closer to you, we could hang out, and you could show me how to refurbish that lovely '68 Mustang you have.
|Jun 02, 2011, 12:44 PM|
Excellent job flying and building the P-40. The whole thing looks great. The windows, shark mouth, shape, You do excellent work andy.
I think you need a John Deere tractor to do some bush hoging on the area around your road. You could have a super flying site if all the scrub was removed. You do a good job putting the planes down on your little road.
later - Jack
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