|Sep 10, 2006, 04:18 PM|
MiG-15 bis (90mm) by WeMoTec
MiG-15 by WeMoTec
WeMoTec MidiFan, Hacker B50-18S and Hacker Master 77A esc.
6S Kokam 3200 Lipos. Weight rtf 1.79 kg, ca 1600 Watts on takeoff. More
MiG-15 video (2006)
|Jan 12, 2008, 04:58 PM|
Herb, just got one sitting at Olivers. He's shipping Monday - apparently the new one has wing fences, battery tray, and clear canopy. Couple of questions for you - do you think the MAP retracts could work on this plane and also, how do you think this plane would fly on 900 watts (I could go to 2000, but not yet).
|Jan 13, 2008, 04:10 PM|
Joined Sep 2003
Hello Herb, Byam Wight from Canberra, Australia.
I purchased my MIG 2nd hand over a year ago. As the ducting has been repaired twice, I would like to purchase a new MIG but damned if I can find a supplier. Can you point me in the right direction. Byam.
|Feb 16, 2008, 10:04 PM|
Well since the MiG-15 on WeMoTec's website looks familiar, I would guess he should get more ... send him an e-mail.
Yes I had problems with those paper thin intakes too, several repairs and double-layering to reinforce them. It's usually some components (battery) that moves around on landing and cracks the intakes.
I would definitely use a high torque (digital?) servo on the elevators, as mine have had a constant binding problem, and centering issues which have been quite a nuisance from day one. For the ailerons, anything reasonable (hs85mg, hs125mg etc) should work fine.
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