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Posted by maurice076 | Oct 20, 2012 @ 10:48 AM | 5,054 Views
Here are my build pics of the Whitly.They don't show servo placement in the fuselage,but the elevator servo is just behind the c.g.area,so I could put the battery in the c.g. area.The rudder servo is where the open door is.The motors are mixed with the rudders for throttle differential.

After the first couple flights she flies GREAT!Mixed the ailerons+rudder,which is mixed with throttle and now she turns on a dime.Speaking of dimes,I put 4 quarters under the nose which balances her perfect.My 1 cam weighs about the same so I'll make a spot for that to replace the $.Hand launching is easiest and it has great elev. authority.The battery was warm after a 7 min flight.Hmm maybe I can try a little heavier batt. and shift it forward to be perfect.Pictures follow.....Continue Reading
Posted by maurice076 | Oct 06, 2012 @ 01:40 PM | 3,811 Views
I've taken a liking to the Armstrong Whitly,A early RAF bomber.Looks like a lot of nice straight lines for an easy build.Here are the pics I will go off of:
Posted by maurice076 | Sep 30, 2012 @ 09:21 AM | 4,231 Views
Here is my first video,It's 35"wingspan epp made from plans (modified)that Aero Andy led me to
My first movie of the Spitfire (3 min 56 sec)

Posted by maurice076 | Sep 25, 2012 @ 06:05 PM | 4,027 Views
]O.k just about done,she went up to 240g with paint+homemade decals.Also a Slurpee straw cut for exhaust,painted silver.Still need maybe a black line or cross on the underside.
Posted by maurice076 | Sep 16, 2012 @ 11:30 AM | 4,303 Views
Heres a couple pics of the spit.4ch 2s 850mah,9x7sf,215g without batt.Thanks to AeroAndy for help with plans and inspiration.
Posted by maurice076 | Apr 22, 2012 @ 12:03 PM | 4,282 Views
The one with electronics flies real nice.