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Oct 06, 2009, 11:02 AM
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too kool . i really want a gr70 setup but dang esc blows that away money wise..i will be gathering parts throught the winter for a big bird at seff if ben will bring me another one,then build and fly it at seff..or just pay him to bring one rtf...either way..or the fly low in..still figuring how i can do both.ill skip seff to do fly low if i have to.
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Oct 06, 2009, 11:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Manta1
too kool . i really want a gr70 setup but dang esc blows that away money wise.
Scott says the CC140HV works well with the GR70. As soon as I can get one I'll let you know.
Oct 06, 2009, 11:14 AM
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I still like this idea of giant-scale vertical drag racing. Under the lights. Would be cool.
I think this should be one of the "unofficial" events/activities planned for SEFF. Sure would be fun to watch!
Oct 06, 2009, 11:15 AM
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I still like this idea of giant-scale vertical drag racing. Under the lights. Would be cool.
Had one on Sunday with a gasser 33% Edge, it wasn't even fair. Well, I made it as fair as possible, he was hovering about 50' or so, I was about 15-20' he said go and I blasted past him in a few secs. I never even hit full throttle.
Oct 06, 2009, 12:11 PM
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I couldn't figure out why a newer line of controllers, with (what should be) a better BEC is less then the old line of Phoenix controllers. Looking at Tower, the PH80 is still $10 or $20 more than the Ice.
Methinks it's manufacturing process and or manufacturing location. Part of the details in the ICE packet is that some of it may be assembled in China now... they used to only say that only some components were sourced in China too keep their "made in USA" label on the packet, there's no such label on the ICE packet.
Oct 06, 2009, 12:16 PM
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vertical drag racing... isn't smaller an advantage to get better power to weight?...
Oct 06, 2009, 01:03 PM
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Originally Posted by blucor basher
I still like this idea of giant-scale vertical drag racing. Under the lights. Would be cool.
Count me in!!
Oct 06, 2009, 01:55 PM
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Originally Posted by NumbSkull
Count me in!!

Here ya go, Noah. 10+ lbs, 1384 squares, 3600 watts

Beat out 30-odd smaller planes in every vertical drag a couple of weeks ago (and still came in 2nd to one smaller plane, a Chinn Yak)

Extra Extra V2 - Epower! www.3dorbust.com (0 min 16 sec)
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Oct 06, 2009, 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by BoneDoc
Checking in from the road guys (on a 10 day cross country vacation ).

Here's a relatively simple way to install the Neu setup for those interested. Basically, just drill / enlarge the hole to allow the motor to fit (but not too large as to allow you to still drill the four supporting hole.
Josh are you running the same set up as Mike? If so are you getting the same numbers?

Thanks
Vitter
Oct 06, 2009, 04:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Jeffery
Here ya go, Noah. 10+ lbs, 1384 squares, 3600 watts

Beat out 30-odd smaller planes in every vertical drag a couple of weeks ago (and still came in 2nd to one smaller plane, a Chinn Yak)

Extra Extra V2 - Epower! (0 min 16 sec)
NICE!!! That puppy sure got out of there in a hurry!!
Oct 06, 2009, 09:12 PM
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Just power cycle the RX (while leaving the TX on) and if it comes back blinking on both main box and satellite with instant control returned then you have v1.6.
Yep, mine all blink on re boot.

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Kevin
Oct 06, 2009, 10:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Jeffery
Here ya go, Noah. 10+ lbs, 1384 squares, 3600 watts

Beat out 30-odd smaller planes in every vertical drag a couple of weeks ago (and still came in 2nd to one smaller plane, a Chinn Yak)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Edt7H-lSLM
Good Grief..!! that thing might actually rocket faster than my sniper!

We GOTTA RACE THEM THING AUGER!!

when you comin' this way next?
Oct 06, 2009, 11:14 PM
55' Edge is too sweet!
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Ding Dang that thing has got some ups!!
Oct 06, 2009, 11:15 PM
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@Birdie

That's not my plane, that's Andy's. He's thinking about taking a new one to BEST, but I see you ain't going to that

The vid doesn't really do it justice, that's a big plane...like 70 less squares than my 87" SHP. Out of the whole last weekend, nobody took any other vid of it except a little night flying.

He wants one of these 70" Slicks, hopefully he'll get one this weekend.
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Oct 07, 2009, 12:15 PM
Fly Low or you'll never know!
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Originally Posted by M Carr
Hitec 5625's all around
(decent servos but centering isnt the greatest)

I'm currently using a 6volt JR 2300 Nimh pack for receiver power(about 4 to 5oz if I remember right). I want to switch to the Castle ICE 100. but want to hear of more flight reports before doing so. I may switch to different servos later but for now the 5625's work decent. I'm used to the 5955's in my SHP and there is NO comparison between the two..of course there shouldnt be.

I was going with the HS5625MG Digital's also and they don't center very well?
I am switching mine out for the HS985mg's. They should be here monday and the others will go back. I will have to wait to maiden it anyway as the weather is gonna be nasty.


Cory


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