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Dec 25, 2012, 09:07 PM
HD FPV on a 4m glider
I loved the first video
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Dec 25, 2012, 09:58 PM
no one knows i'm a dog
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Thanks elCapitan. I'm planning on power sloping the Widowmaker in strong gusty shifting winds. Sometimes small details can make a big difference in extreme situations.
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Dec 27, 2012, 06:35 PM
Mt. Airy, NC
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Is there more to just taking out the allen screws and c clip to getting the 2812 apart??? Ive searched but cant find simple instructions and dont want to break it!

Nevermind.. Got it..
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Dec 27, 2012, 07:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Bluhammer
Here's my Assassin with the Headsuprc Powerup 370 Zoom motor. Best at HD quality.
Blu

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vy0KStYd16M
Niceee, My motor comes tomorrow.
Blu, what size prop did you go with
Dec 27, 2012, 11:34 PM
Bay Area Prop Buster
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Originally Posted by elliott000
Niceee, My motor comes tomorrow.
Blu, what size prop did you go with
APC 6x4E
Dec 27, 2012, 11:47 PM
If it spins, wear it.
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Who say's it's too cold to fly? Was a balmy 34 degree's today and time for more flights!
Winter Flying The Assassin Wing (2 min 26 sec)
Dec 28, 2012, 10:43 PM
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Right on, Ill pick some up.. i have some 7x6 i caut down to a 6x6 on my little red motor. i guess the 6 pitch would fry the motor?
Dec 29, 2012, 08:35 AM
Fly Low Fly Fast
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Originally Posted by Bluhammer
APC 6x4E
"I'm gonna get a pusher prop and mine will be faster." lol

Anyone else have a pusher prop? I ordered both and the pusher is shaped differently.
Dec 29, 2012, 12:24 PM
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Pusher is the same just designed to spin the opposite direction inledd you have gotten a differnt profile
Dec 30, 2012, 12:21 AM
Lee
Lee
PERFECT LANDING !!!
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The old gas or glow motors only turned one direction so they needed a different prop for pusher planes. Electric motors can turn either direction so they don't need a special prop, you just change the direction of the rotation of the motor by switching any two of the three wires from the ESC to the motor and make sure the front of the prop is still facing forward and it works.

That is why we can recommend the same motor, ESC and prop for our slow fly puller Albatross as we do for the pusher Assassin and Widowmaker. The parts are all the same it is just how you set it up.

Lee
Dec 30, 2012, 01:26 AM
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Hi, Im very interested in your 20"-30" plane..But i need help cause i don't know which one to buy..
Firstly,i don't really have a huge place to play. Around a size of soccer field or half than that...
Secondly,im a beginner to flying wings.i also want something slow.so is the scythe a good choice since it comes in two pack also. But is it easy to fly cause the smaller they are, they are more agile right?
Thanks.
Dec 30, 2012, 02:46 AM
If it spins, wear it.
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Still tweaking my Assassin. Got the winglets cut down to nearly nothing and the speed is up to what I was expecting now. Here is today's video.
Dialing In The Assassin For Speed (1 min 45 sec)
Dec 30, 2012, 07:33 AM
Lee
Lee
PERFECT LANDING !!!
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Originally Posted by whirlcap
Still tweaking my Assassin. Got the winglets cut down to nearly nothing and the speed is up to what I was expecting now. Here is today's video.
http://vimeo.com/56495937
You are getting great performance. Can you doppler the speed or do you have a speed gun?
Dec 30, 2012, 07:37 AM
Lee
Lee
PERFECT LANDING !!!
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Originally Posted by irsyad17
Hi, Im very interested in your 20"-30" plane..But i need help cause i don't know which one to buy..
Firstly,i don't really have a huge place to play. Around a size of soccer field or half than that...
Secondly,im a beginner to flying wings.i also want something slow.so is the scythe a good choice since it comes in two pack also. But is it easy to fly cause the smaller they are, they are more agile right?
Thanks.
It all depends on how you build it. If you build a heavy Scythe it will be fast and ballistic. If you build them light they are gentle. A single oz makes a difference in how a plane as small as the Scythe flies.

I recommend if you want to build it to fly gentle, you look at some of the recent light build videos on the Scythe thread and copy them.

The Assassin and Widowmaker are more tolerant of being a little heavy but lighter flies better. For lower hour flyers I usually recommend the Assassin or Widowmaker. For flyers that are still building their reflexes I recommend our Albatross. All are cut from EPP foam and durable planes.
Dec 30, 2012, 10:04 AM
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Originally Posted by whirlcap
Still tweaking my Assassin. Got the winglets cut down to nearly nothing and the speed is up to what I was expecting now. Here is today's video.
http://vimeo.com/56495937

Nice fllying there whirlcap. Come on down any time and fly with the East Bay Boys. Your always welcome at our field.

Loved the almost snow dart move there, reminds me of Dave's touch and go he did with his.


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