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Old Jul 21, 2009, 07:36 AM
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GWAEO025AA is GWS-190 NPS white version in EPO, while GWAEO025B is painted NPS version in EPS.

It's hard to use water-based paint to paint the EPO kit.

Hope these would be helpful.

Chen
Chen,
What type of paint stick well to the EPO foam that you would recommend? Someone recommended an DupliColor Adhesion promoter for the water based paint.
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Old Jul 21, 2009, 09:41 AM
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Chen,
What type of paint stick well to the EPO foam that you would recommend? Someone recommended an DupliColor Adhesion promoter for the water based paint.
I used WBPU (water based poly urethane) and the paint seems to stick really well. All I did was use some white filler to fill in the panel lines and some of the areas where the expanded beads had some gaps between and then sand the filler smooth. I then applied the first coat of WBPU and then sanded again. Another coat of WBPU and sanded again with finer paper. Then I gave it to my friend to paint with water based acrylics from Michael's (Apple Blossom paints, I think)

If I had to do it over again, I would have first cleaned the molded parts thoroughly with rubbing alcohol to remove any mold release. I have never used the adhesion promoter, so it might have been a good substitute for the WBPU. If that was the case, I would have done one more coat of the promoter after the final sanding.

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Old Jul 21, 2009, 03:48 PM
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The Adhesion Promoter is amazing on the EPO, but you will still want to clean the release agent from the foam with alcohol before applying the Adhesion Promoter. I have used the WBPU in the past. The Adhesion Promoter makes for a much better base for the water based paints. It is also much lighter than WBPU.

Water Based paints do work very well on EPO if the foam is first prepped.
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Old Jul 21, 2009, 09:46 PM
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Great for the heads up I use MinWax satin instead of the glossy, WBPU. I'll just use that before I paint. I use this to glass my planes as well with some fiber cloth but I don't think it's necessary hear.
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I used WBPU (water based poly urethane) and the paint seems to stick really well. All I did was use some white filler to fill in the panel lines and some of the areas where the expanded beads had some gaps between and then sand the filler smooth. I then applied the first coat of WBPU and then sanded again. Another coat of WBPU and sanded again with finer paper. Then I gave it to my friend to paint with water based acrylics from Michael's (Apple Blossom paints, I think)

If I had to do it over again, I would have first cleaned the molded parts thoroughly with rubbing alcohol to remove any mold release. I have never used the adhesion promoter, so it might have been a good substitute for the WBPU. If that was the case, I would have done one more coat of the promoter after the final sanding.

Matt
Anyone have experience with GWS nano Retract Gear set on the 190? Does it fit or is it too small or big? What kind of servo was used? I saw somone else post they used retracts and they were a little too tall but not sure if these were the same ones.
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Old Jul 22, 2009, 11:49 AM
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Still waiting Jeff.........

Kevin.


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Hi Jeff, Thanks for coming back to this. From you pictures I think the decals I got from Callie are not the same size as yours.

Here are the measurements of what I have:

2 11/16" wing cross
2 9/16" fuse cross
1 6/16" swastika

Could you measure yours to see if they are the same?

Thanks,
Kevin.

"Hey RCDad-
Did you ever get the answers you were looking for? Sorry, I totally forgot about your question..
If you didn't, let me know and I will measure mine..
Jeff"
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Old Jul 23, 2009, 02:38 PM
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Anyone recommend a good motor for this bird w/o breaking the bank or swinging a large prop?
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Old Jul 23, 2009, 04:55 PM
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I would recommend a SUPPO 2217-08 from lightflightrc. It goes for about $19 and would swing a 10x5 or 6 prop.

• 70g Outrunner
• Kv: 1100, Rm: 0.125, io: 1.0A, Poles: 14
• Max amps: 18A for 60sec
• Shaft is 4.0 mm
• Dimensions: 27.5mm x 30mm

I'm using a Suppo 28-14-08 because I wanted a bigger motor for extra weight up front. The bigger motor is $27 and it is out of stock.


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Anyone recommend a good motor for this bird w/o breaking the bank or swinging a large prop?
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Old Jul 23, 2009, 05:04 PM
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You get some new decals ordered up?
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Old Jul 23, 2009, 05:18 PM
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Anyone recommend a good motor for this bird w/o breaking the bank or swinging a large prop?
I have had very good results using The following combination:-

Motor http://www.unitedhobbies.com/unitedh...idproduct=6247
ESC http://www.unitedhobbies.com/unitedh...?idproduct=656
Batteryhttp://www.unitedhobbies.com/unitedh...idproduct=6293

The propeller I use is a GWS 10 X 8 HD. Thrust with this propeller was measured at 28.6oz with a static pitch speed of 51.8 mph.The current draw was 15.5 Amps. So an !800 mAh battery is enough to give 8-10 minutes flight including some part throttle flying for practice approaches.

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Old Jul 23, 2009, 05:19 PM
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I would recommend a SUPPO 2217-08 from lightflightrc. It goes for about $19 and would swing a 10x5 or 6 prop.

• 70g Outrunner
• Kv: 1100, Rm: 0.125, io: 1.0A, Poles: 14
• Max amps: 18A for 60sec
• Shaft is 4.0 mm
• Dimensions: 27.5mm x 30mm

I'm using a Suppo 28-14-08 because I wanted a bigger motor for extra weight up front. The bigger motor is $27 and it is out of stock.


Good luck.
Kevin.

Right now I have a Turnigy sk aerodrive 35-30/1100kv on it and I have tried 3 dif prop sizes 12x6 apc, 11x8 apc and a 13x6 or 13x8 cant remember and cant get over 140 watts. Batteries are fine. What am I missing here?
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Old Jul 23, 2009, 05:46 PM
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that motor should work verly well.. you should pull more watts than you are though. what size battery are you running?
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Old Jul 23, 2009, 06:53 PM
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I have had very good results using The following combination:-

Motor http://www.unitedhobbies.com/unitedh...idproduct=6247
ESC http://www.unitedhobbies.com/unitedh...?idproduct=656
Batteryhttp://www.unitedhobbies.com/unitedh...idproduct=6293

The propeller I use is a GWS 10 X 8 HD. Thrust with this propeller was measured at 28.6oz with a static pitch speed of 51.8 mph.The current draw was 15.5 Amps. So an !800 mAh battery is enough to give 8-10 minutes flight including some part throttle flying for practice approaches.

Ken
Any videos of your plane with that setup?
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Old Jul 24, 2009, 12:05 AM
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that motor should work verly well.. you should pull more watts than you are though. what size battery are you running?

3s 2200 20c.
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Old Jul 24, 2009, 01:14 AM
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Any videos of your plane with that setup?
Sorry but I do not have video of the model flying with this set up.

Ken
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Old Jul 24, 2009, 09:46 AM
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Yes, thanks Tram for you PM. I wanted to check with you before contactig Callie. She is sending the correct ones out free of charge.

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You get some new decals ordered up?
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