|May 10, 2008, 10:37 PM|
So I finally picked up my 2nd j10 NPS kit from aeromicro yesterday, so I could finish her all up. I made a mistake assembling the canards on the first kit and mangled some of the pieces All my fault, just in too much of a hurry.
Im using a HET 6904 fan w/ a generic United Hobbies brushless motor. Im planning on running 4s 2250 if I can get her to balance (well find out after dinner here). It pulled 501 watts on a fresh pack after 10 seconds. 3s seems pretty solid as well, Ill run numbers on it as well.
While taxiing the plane up and down the street with a 3s pack, gusts of wind tended to knock the plane over, and caused some slight foam damage. I repaired it, but the wingtips are a bit fragile.
All in all, it was a fun build (a bit time consuming compared to other GWS kits Ive done), but the kit came w/ extensions and all other required hardware (minus servos, ESC, etc of course). Hopefully Ill get to maiden her tomorrow morning, and someone will be around to snap some good pics
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