Lumenier RB2205C-12 2400KV SKITZO Ceramic Bearing Motor
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Old Oct 01, 2012, 11:54 PM
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Just head back to the CTH website, and navigate to the Assassin again. There will be a tab for instructions. You can view them right on the site, or download the .pdf. Just stick to the instructions and you'll be good.

...but of course, if you have questions along the way, never hesitate to come here.
Yes sir and thank you.

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Old Oct 02, 2012, 05:25 AM
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I could prove it once at the field when my Assassin went to the grass with the nose and nothing happens! Its a great project indeed!

Thank you Lee for make us happier!


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Old Oct 02, 2012, 08:29 AM
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Like many people I was very skeptical seen that assassin vs the brick wall video...then coming on here and reading everyone talk about how tough these things are...

It's no joke...I've done WOT passes through a field goal post and have hit it twice...with absolutely 0 damage...it's indescribable the beating these things take...I've got a few scars on the post from my assassin you can see it in the picture

Since buying this plane I'm selling all my parkzone models and parts...going for the deep reaper next on 4s!!! these things are an addiction beyond the hobby...

Old Oct 02, 2012, 09:39 AM
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I'm not happy with the Emax motor, anyone try something with more zip?
Old Oct 02, 2012, 09:40 AM
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What were the stats on the Emax?
Old Oct 02, 2012, 10:18 AM
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What were the stats on the Emax?
Probably the little red motor that is recommended here. I've heard of people using bigger motors, and there is the rewind.
Old Oct 02, 2012, 10:21 AM
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I'm not happy with the Emax motor, anyone try something with more zip?
You can rewind the Emax motor for 300 watts with a 7x6 prop...See KC Flyer's post #5847. I just ordered the wire to try this...

One of my Assassin's has a Motrolfly 2210/2200 motor. 311 watts on a 6X5.5 prop and 30A static.

At that power level you need a 40c 1300 mAh battery - it will easily puff a 25c battery (ask me how I know) but man o' man does that thing rip!
Old Oct 02, 2012, 11:39 AM
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More zip. Not a beginner setup.
http://www.hobbypartz.com/86mb82-3010-1700kv.html
Ninja Tom's Assassin by Crashtesthobby (3 min 56 sec)
Old Oct 02, 2012, 06:17 PM
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Very nice wing Ninja Tom!
Old Oct 02, 2012, 06:19 PM
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Thanks mate! It's a very fun plane to fly
Old Oct 02, 2012, 06:34 PM
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Model download issue please help


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There is a Zagi flying wing model in Clearview that has characteristics close enough to the Assassin to be helpful. The main thing that it helps with is the orientation aspects of learning to fly a wing. One aggravating thing about that model (in clearview) is learning how to land it without crashing.
Have no fear- The assassin you can just get somewhere near the ground and cut of the motor. If it noses in or cartwheels it's no big deal

Zagi with flames
http://pwp.att.net/p/s/community.dll...eid=314225&ck=
I downloaded it but it gives me to folders. One is 'Data' and the other is 'Wavedata'. but I can't find a plane in there can anyone help with this?

Thank you,
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Old Oct 02, 2012, 06:51 PM
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Unzip the file (sounds like you already did)
You should have a folder called Zagi-Flames (this folder contains the two folders that you mentioned)
Place this folder in c:\ClearViewRC\clearview\models and restart ClearView
Old Oct 02, 2012, 06:55 PM
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Unzip the file (sounds like you already did)
You should have a folder called Zagi-Flames (this folder contains the two folders that you mentioned)
Place this folder in c:\ClearViewRC\clearview\models and restart ClearView
Thank you sir, I'll do just that.

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Old Oct 02, 2012, 09:22 PM
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I'm having a little bit of an issue with my Assassin. This is my second build. The first one was great! Flew very nicely fast or slow. After two years of near constant abuse I had to retire it. The last straw was clipping a small sapling (trunk was about 1" dia.) and I almost tore the Assassin in half.

Anyway, my new one doesn't fly anything like my old one. I know that had to add some weight to the nose of the first one due to messing up the CG with the battery placement. Now I think I over did it and this one is nose heavy. I don't know because this is really only my second plane.

The only way I can describe the flight characteristics is it's "twitchy". You hardly have to touch the stick and it snaps nose up or down. In a steep banked turn it seems to want to fall out of the sky.

I have the throws set at 3/8" and I still have to knock the Dual Rates in my DX6i down to 65% and 85%. At 100% it's almost uncontrollable.

I know I can just cut out some foam and move the battery back a little but I would like to get some input before I start hacking away at the foam.
Old Oct 02, 2012, 09:43 PM
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Check the CG


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I'm having a little bit of an issue with my Assassin. This is my second build. The first one was great! Flew very nicely fast or slow. After two years of near constant abuse I had to retire it. The last straw was clipping a small sapling (trunk was about 1" dia.) and I almost tore the Assassin in half.

Anyway, my new one doesn't fly anything like my old one. I know that had to add some weight to the nose of the first one due to messing up the CG with the battery placement. Now I think I over did it and this one is nose heavy. I don't know because this is really only my second plane.

The only way I can describe the flight characteristics is it's "twitchy". You hardly have to touch the stick and it snaps nose up or down. In a steep banked turn it seems to want to fall out of the sky.

I have the throws set at 3/8" and I still have to knock the Dual Rates in my DX6i down to 65% and 85%. At 100% it's almost uncontrollable.

I know I can just cut out some foam and move the battery back a little but I would like to get some input before I start hacking away at the foam.
Have you actually tested to see if the airplane is balanced at the center of gravity?
It's important that the wing is not tail heavy. Find a way to balance it.


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