|Aug 12, 2008, 06:21 PM|
E-Flite 46" Taylorcraft...
SUCH a beautiful plane.. I'm happy I finally got one...
EDIT: In the 2+ years that it flew I managed to ding both wing tips, rip the landing gear out twice, destroy the cowl twice, break the windshield twice, smash the firewall out completely, break the battery tray, crush the leading edge of one wing, poke two holes all the way through the wings, bend three or four pairs of landing gear, knocked the motor box off of the firewall, and I'm sure I'm missing some things. I have always repaired it but since it is one of my most flown airplanes with probably close to 400 flights, I decided to go ahead and replace the airframe.
In January of 2011 I moved all of my electronics to a brand new Taylorcraft. It's awesome to see it all shiny and new again.
Float flying pics here.
AUW Land: 34oz
AUW Water: 50oz
Static test: 320 watts.
(It used to have a Park 480 but I stole it for another project)
Aerodrive SK 3530 1100kv outrunner
Plush 40a ESC new version with switchmode BEC
11x7 electric wood prop
3s1p 2200mah 40c lipo
(2) S3110 servos (ailerons)
(2) HS-56HB servo (rudder, elevator)
(1) HS-65HB servo (water rudder)
Morgan Mill RC:
9" Grasslander main skis on spare landing gear
3" Grasslander tail ski
Plane Fun Floats:
27" balsa sheeted foam core floats finished with 3/4oz fiberglass
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|Aug 12, 2008, 08:16 PM|
You are going to love it! Check my blog for pics of mine! I haven't really kept track...but I betcha I have 150-200 flights on mine. If you can, try skis in the winter..lots of fun. Also makes a decent AP plane.
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