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Nov 11, 2010, 05:13 PM
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4325-380 motrolfly,6s5000 v-room I run separate flight packs and the batt is in the middle of tray.
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Nov 11, 2010, 05:51 PM
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4325-380 motrolfly,6s5000 v-room I run separate flight packs and the batt is in the middle of tray.
How many amps do you pull....says 71A on the web sight. Just wondering if an 80A ESC would be enough
Nov 11, 2010, 05:57 PM
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How many amps do you pull....says 71A on the web sight. Just wondering if an 80A ESC would be enough
depends of course on the prop.I run 100 amp ice.80 ice may could handle it ok but I run 90 ish amps at wot.But the left stick is a good amp controller
I cannot wait for the new stock of Motrolflys to get here!They are gonna be awsome!
Nov 11, 2010, 07:11 PM
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Charger question


I have a TP 610c battery charger, it is rated for 6 cells, I am using a 13.8 volt 20A power supply
I am charging a 6s 5000 battery
my poor little charger is a little warm to the touch, is this too much to ask of it.

what are you guys using on this size of battery

thanks
Clint
Nov 11, 2010, 08:58 PM
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Got alot of good flying in today. Ended up having a mini huckfest at the local flying field. A friend got some video of the 70" gas slick hovering with an 103" Extra 330SC but I don't have a copy yet. But later that day ended up hovering down on the deck with a 50CC carden Yak 54 but don't have any action shots/video of that either yet. But here is some ground pics.
Nov 13, 2010, 06:00 PM
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Decal sheet ( Red Bull ) for 70" Slick $145.00 shipped

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********FOR SALE*********


Decal sheet for 70" Slick. I had a mishap with my 51" Slick yesturday and had to order a new plane @ $229.00

SO I'm in need of $$$ to get back in the air until my 70" is RTF

$145.00 Shipped ( previous owner paid $165.00 + shipping )

Below is the pics, thanks !
Nov 13, 2010, 06:18 PM
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Love it, but I dont have the Slick.
Nov 13, 2010, 08:03 PM
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Love it, but I dont have the Slick.
I think you need to get one
Nov 13, 2010, 08:26 PM
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He's posting in the thread. We all know it too late for him. It's only time........
Nov 14, 2010, 01:29 AM
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Crashed my Slick today!


Was flying my Slick today one uneventifly flight then on the second lost elevator control noticed plane was slowly losing altitude tried elevator input nothing, thought I had brown out so I tried aelirons and they were working . I had a feeling befor the flight that I need to check the screw on the elevator servo I looked at it but did not put a screw driver on it this could have be avoided if I only put the screw drive on it need to listen to my gut feelings the cause of this crash was due to servo arme screw backing out enough the the servo arm came off splines. Hopefully the motor box kit and canopy and cowl will get her back in the air.
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Nov 14, 2010, 01:38 AM
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I think you need to get one
I am running out of space, thinking of the 59" instead, or my gf would start to hate my planes.

I have an 87" SD Yak, a 72" SC, and several smaller planes.
Nov 14, 2010, 04:51 AM
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I am running out of space, thinking of the 59" instead, or my gf would start to hate my planes.

I have an 87" SD Yak, a 72" SC, and several smaller planes.
i would measure the girlfriend. Then measure all the spaces she is taking up

once you have all these measurements compile a list of planes you could fit into these spaces and then compare pictures

girlfriends come and go ...
Nov 14, 2010, 08:00 AM
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Originally Posted by Thomas Luttrell
Was flying my Slick today one uneventifly flight then on the second lost elevator control noticed plane was slowly losing altitude tried elevator input nothing, thought I had brown out so I tried aelirons and they were working . I had a feeling befor the flight that I need to check the screw on the elevator servo I looked at it but did not put a screw driver on it this could have be avoided if I only put the screw drive on it need to listen to my gut feelings the cause of this crash was due to servo arme screw backing out enough the the servo arm came off splines. Hopefully the motor box kit and canopy and cowl will get her back in the air.
Sorry to hear that. Looks like a easy fix though, you should be back in the air in no time
Nov 15, 2010, 03:20 PM
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i would measure the girlfriend. Then measure all the spaces she is taking up

once you have all these measurements compile a list of planes you could fit into these spaces and then compare pictures

girlfriends come and go ...
1+

Starzen did you fly your 70 yesterday?
Nov 15, 2010, 03:29 PM
You down with EPP?
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i would measure the girlfriend. Then measure all the spaces she is taking up

once you have all these measurements compile a list of planes you could fit into these spaces and then compare pictures

girlfriends come and go ...
So do wives.

I love the fact I have 2400sq ft. to store planes and no woman to complain.


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