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Mar 17, 2013, 08:38 AM
DS will change your life
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Originally Posted by grand14
any one have any good and easy mod i can do to my landing gear?? think its flexing to mutch fore me at start and landing. Just wont an easy to do mod thats works no over fence stuff that i need to rebild hole plane to make.
I just bent another in a slightly thicker piano wire, works fine.


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Mar 17, 2013, 09:18 AM
Yea, I fly dusty planes..
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Right now I have 4 wheel collars with long set screws to attach HD rubber bands on, which work's OK, but ordered these specially made FCub gear for $60.00 that should be here Tue. They are lite and shock absorbing and very scale. Dave/ZEEZEE
Last edited by zeezee; Mar 17, 2013 at 09:29 AM.
Mar 17, 2013, 11:19 AM
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Originally Posted by grand14
any one have any good and easy mod i can do to my landing gear?? think its flexing to mutch fore me at start and landing. Just wont an easy to do mod thats works no over fence stuff that i need to rebild hole plane to make.
Here we go again...(Just kidding)...really, there are many ways to modify your landing gear. Click on the "thread tools" tab above and then click on "show attachments in this thread". You'll see how others have modified their landing gear.
Mar 17, 2013, 11:23 AM
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Mine has been flying 2 years with Mod like zeezee's, I reposted pics a couple of pages ago for someone else.

Deyrick
Mar 17, 2013, 12:17 PM
Bruno, GOOD DOG
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Originally Posted by Lancer31
This is a classic case of a term being used wrongly for so long, somebody, (in this case Google, apparently), decides it must be right!
Decalage is a term that comes from Europe, and it means the difference in angle of incidence between wings, (decks), of a multi-decked, (winged) airplane.
The angular difference of incidence between wing & horizontal stabilizer is referred to as "longitudinal dihedral", but hardly anybody ever uses that, except maybe aerodynamicists,
and I know one of those who refers to those flaps out on the back of the wings as "air-lons"!
Many aviation terms come to us from France, for example: "fuselage,
"emmpenage", "decalage", "aileron", etc. I'm not sure what the French call a wing, but in Germany, a mono-plane is an "eindekker", a biplane is a "doppeldekker, or something like that.
Anyway, you can call it whatever you like!

Flybynight2's avatar is a Fokker Dridekker, for example.
NO, I think it is a Tridecker...
Rn

EDIT!!!! Oh wait! I beleive you are right, it is .......Dri...
Mar 17, 2013, 03:29 PM
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NO, I think it is a Tridecker...
Rn

EDIT!!!! Oh wait! I beleive you are right, it is .......Dri...
Oh, and by the way, "angle of attack" is an instantaneous parameter, not related to attitude, but to the "relative wind" that a flying aircraft is meeting now.
Mar 17, 2013, 03:31 PM
Will it ever Fly?
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Originally Posted by Lancer31
Oh, and by the way, "angle of attack" is an instantaneous parameter, not related to attitude, but to the "relative wind" that a flying aircraft is meeting now.
Opps, I do stand corrected.
Mar 17, 2013, 04:39 PM
Done Posting, Gone Flying
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...and while we're at it, it's "Dreidecker".
Mar 17, 2013, 04:41 PM
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Not a problem!


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Opps, I do stand corrected.
I've been learning stuff for over 80 years. I've been blessed with steady nerves,
a good memory, good health, and I got educated before that stupid "hooked on phonics" crap came along, so if I just kicked off without trying to help other people with similar interests, wouldn't that be a big-assed waste?
Mar 17, 2013, 06:06 PM
I meant to do that
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Lancer, that is the best post I have read in a while. Thanks for making me grin on that one!
Mar 17, 2013, 09:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Lancer31
I've been learning stuff for over 80 years. I've been blessed with steady nerves,
a good memory, good health, and I got educated before that stupid "hooked on phonics" crap came along, so if I just kicked off without trying to help other people with similar interests, wouldn't that be a big-assed waste?
Its fine with me as long as your not a laywer . lmao joe
Mar 17, 2013, 11:15 PM
Goes to eleven!
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[QUOTE=Weed89;24422938]Some California Goofing around & video testing......

Nice Video!



Joe
Mar 18, 2013, 01:01 AM
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I maidened my second Cub today. Thanks for every bodies advice during the build. Per Del-Dredds recommendation I fitted an EMAX 2815/09. Slightly more powerful than the 3536/8 I am running in my other FC (380W vs 360W-ish) on a 12/6 each. Like it!
Mar 18, 2013, 04:00 AM
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HELP! in the proccess of building my funcub I some how got CA in the threded holes on the fuse and I cant get the nylon screws in the holes to mount the wings on the fuse. Is there a way to get the CA out of the mounting holes, mabey some CA debonder. our try using a self taping metal screw. our should I just toss the fuse and oder another one and start over.
Mar 18, 2013, 05:40 AM
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Point taken!


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Originally Posted by JNJO
...and while we're at it, it's "Dreidecker".
Maybe my memory is getting a little fuzz on it! But at least I've never been a
lawyer


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