|Jun 24, 2006, 10:08 PM|
Couple new additions - Stout JW60 and Light XR
Here is my neighbor's (KPIG) newest edition: a 47 oz JW60 - will be hard to miss this one:
And here is my latest: an ultralight CombatWings XR... done in Nelson LITEfilm covering... used a 5 cell battery and 311 ($9 ea) servos, along with a Berg RX. 14.95 ounces, maidened today... flies great! Need to add some tail weight, had a quarter taped on the bottom of the rear and the elevons still were trimmed up from flat for flat flight.
Got a little fruity on the bottom side, lol:
Here is my hatch, closed:
Here is the instructions for the covering I used:
|Jun 24, 2006, 11:24 PM|
Who's Nelson and when did he start making monokote light?
Seriously though, I have mixed feelings about the color schemes on those planes. You guys need to get out a little more. (from he who shouldn't be talking)
|Jun 25, 2006, 12:48 AM|
NICE... talk about COLORS!!!!
belive it or not the JW is a very nice flyer at the high 40oz range... you'll freak out how light it will still fly and what it can penetrate..
|Jun 25, 2006, 02:53 AM|
The top of that XR makes it look like an XP4/4.5....the bottom make it look like a VH1 commercial.
I laaauuuuuvvveee it.
I dig it.
|Jun 25, 2006, 10:52 AM|
And... the "XR-P4":
I admit.... it was 2AM when I started covered the bottom of the plane, some beer was involved, but no village people. Macho macho plane. lol
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