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Old Feb 08, 2009, 01:36 AM
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Rhino 1750mAh 2S1P 25C Lipo???

Hey, any thoughts on whether or not a Rhino 1750mAh 2S1P 25C Lipo will fly my new Trojan without any issues or surprises?? Is it enough 'gas'??

I have a few Flight Max 1300 mAh 3S 15C's right now but just wondering...

-Mark
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Old Feb 08, 2009, 05:10 AM
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you can try it and see but they come with that 3s 2200 so im betting you will have short fly times with those batteries.batt may get hot too.not sure
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Old Feb 08, 2009, 06:51 AM
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I don't think a 2s will do it. You can fly the 1350 3s with no problems other than short flight times.
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Old Feb 08, 2009, 08:07 AM
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Hey, any thoughts on whether or not a Rhino 1750mAh 2S1P 25C Lipo will fly my new Trojan without any issues or surprises?? Is it enough 'gas'??

I have a few Flight Max 1300 mAh 3S 15C's right now but just wondering...

-Mark

Wouldn't the 2cell be too low a voltage? A 3cell is 11.1vDC.
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Old Feb 08, 2009, 08:23 AM
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Hey, any thoughts on whether or not a Rhino 1750mAh 2S1P 25C Lipo will fly my new Trojan without any issues or surprises?? Is it enough 'gas'??

I have a few Flight Max 1300 mAh 3S 15C's right now but just wondering...

-Mark
I wouldn't fly w/ the 2S lipo in my T28. No way will there be enough power to have fun with and there maybe some control issues too. Like if you get in a tight spot and need more power, and wind gusts can be a factor too for more power. It's best to fly w/ full power at the ready using 3S lipo, IMHO.
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Old Feb 08, 2009, 08:55 AM
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+1 to using 3s instead...
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Old Feb 08, 2009, 02:39 PM
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hey you guys, my computer crashed so havn't been on the past few weeks. Whats been happening? Any new mods? -Tyler
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Old Feb 08, 2009, 03:00 PM
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hey you guys, my computer crashed so havn't been on the past few weeks. Whats been happening? Any new mods? -Tyler
Nothing, come back in another 3 weeks!
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Old Feb 08, 2009, 03:46 PM
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Nothing, come back in another 3 weeks!

haha... just got an xbox 360 so I'm tempted... lol.
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Old Feb 08, 2009, 05:19 PM
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Ok here is something I've been looking closer at on my T-28s. The weak wing connection. You might have noticed that the wing does not fit snuggly to the fuse. Mine(all 4) do seem to vary greatly, one almost 1/4", the best one, just under 1/8". What I did was to wet the area a bit, then at the largest gap, squeeze in some white gorilla glue and let it expand. The water helps it to expand more. The wing is a lot more secure yet easy to cut through than epoxy or CA. The gorilla glue cuts nicely like foam. I don't glue the whole crack to give it some breakway if needed.

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Old Feb 08, 2009, 05:22 PM
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Here is another neat little thing I picked up in the LHS. I tend to take off pretty steep when flying on concrete because my place has curbs. And the little wing tip protectors...because we've ALL tipped our T-28 on a wing tip turning to fast. BTW and I know the wing tips are on backwards.... since the scraping occurs close to the front tip, I reversed them.

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Old Feb 08, 2009, 05:27 PM
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Hey Rob,

I did the same thing except for on the wings I just put some packing tape on the edges so as to not add very much weight. I just epoxied my wings together because I totally forgot about using gorilla glue. The reason I had to glue mine (again) was becaues on a landing I was coming in hot and had trees to my back so I tried to catch it... BAD IDEA!! I caought the wing... but the fuselage just kept on going!!!
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Old Feb 08, 2009, 05:33 PM
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Ok here is something I've been looking closer at on my T-28s. The weak wing connection. You might have noticed that the wing does not fit snuggly to the fuse. Mine(all 4) do seem to vary greatly, one almost 1/4", the best one, just under 1/8". What I did was to wet the area a bit, then at the largest gap, squeeze in some white gorilla glue and let it expand. The water helps it to expand more. The wing is a lot more secure yet easy to cut through than epoxy or CA. The gorilla glue cuts nicely like foam. I don't glue the whole crack to give it some breakway if needed.

Rob
i added some soft velcro- makes it more snug, and still can take off the wing
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Old Feb 08, 2009, 05:50 PM
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i added some soft velcro- makes it more snug, and still can take off the wing
Velcro a good idea, you had that much room? Did you go the lenght of the wing? Shoot some pics and post. I didn't have that much room except in one small place. IMO you would want a good semi-solid joint to take some of the load off the for and aft joints.

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Old Feb 08, 2009, 05:52 PM
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Velcro a good idea, you had that much room? Did you go the lenght of the wing? Shoot some pics and post. I didn't have that much room except in one small place. IMO you would want a good semi-solid joint to take some of the load off the for and aft joints.

Rob
it compressed down


ill try and get some pics up soon


i also put a strip on the side opposite of where the pegs go into the fuse, the vert piece by the screw area. this made the wing a lot more sturdy.
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