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Old Nov 03, 2008, 03:01 PM
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Thanks again guys.

Both edf55's and 51mm work well in this kit. I think going smaller in dia. helps make up a little for lost thrust from the bigger nacelles that use the edf64's. Also using small outrunners saves several ounces comp. to the inrunners.

Keven,
Good to see you back.

Cheers--Stacker
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Old Nov 04, 2008, 04:20 AM
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Thanks again guys.

Both edf55's and 51mm work well in this kit. I think going smaller in dia. helps make up a little for lost thrust from the bigger nacelles that use the edf64's. Also using small outrunners saves several ounces comp. to the inrunners.

Keven,
Good to see you back.

Cheers--Stacker

Stackers really enhances and glorifies the ME262......
it's awesome......

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Old Nov 04, 2008, 05:26 AM
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Keven,
Good to see you back.
Thanks !

I reckon it's about time I dug out my EDF's and got something new built !

However, as it is two years since I bought anything new - I am a little 'out of date' with things.

I'll start with something easy... whilst deciding on which brushless motors to get to remotor my never-used brushed EDF-55's !

Keven.
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Old Nov 09, 2012, 06:32 AM
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HI stacker...love your work man. I was reading through your b-24 thread when I was redirected to your brilliant B1 thread (I have always wanted to do a B1 and would likely employ similar techniques to you - although I am years behind you in terms of practice and skills) ...and that's when I saw your ME262 Nightfighter and had to say hi.

I am an avid ME262 fanatic and the Nightfighter has always been the most beautiful and menacing of the variants. I have several ebook and pdfs and tons of images of the Me and it's history and development (which I am happy to share) but most fortunate of all is that I live up the road from what I beleive is the world's only surviving nightfighter in the Military museuam at saxonwold South Africa.

I am sure you are aware of this bird but thought I would visit her again soon for some walkaround shots for a scratch 262 I am planning for later this month. Here's some pics found online.When I first saw the GWS Me my immediate thought was "I have to make her a nightfighter" I am so glad somone else had the same idea and pulled it off so well, however, as nice as the GWS bird is I think I want something one scale bigger and a little truer to scale profile.....especially the nacelles.

Love your work man!!
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