Oct 19, 2011, 09:39 PM
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Be sure they don't forget to strap it to a rocket sled and run it into the side of mountain - it's the only way to be sure!

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Oct 19, 2011, 09:45 PM
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Enlightening


H2SO4,

You enlightened me. Thank you.

To All,

I apologize for generating an outrage. Thanks for the thread.

Del
Oct 19, 2011, 10:42 PM
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No need to apologize DEL, I for one just couldn't resist having a bit of dig at your scientific/engineering side of it! - I'm the one who should be sorry I guess.

But all most of us doing, from what I've seen is putting the ply board meant for the slope spinner inside the fuse and the motor mounted to that, with metal plate sandwiched on the outside of fuse, no glue - Well I use a little just to tack/line things in place while screwing it together. (See my and other pics a few pages back).
B!
Oct 20, 2011, 01:08 AM
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I thought one the main reasons for adding a plywood disc in front of the motor was to insulate the plastic from heat damage caused by extended motor runs
This problem will be heightened if a more heavier watt hungry/hotter motor is used. The heat deforms and weakens the plastic firewall and in extreme circumstances allows the motor to break free in a spectacular fashion
Andy
Oct 20, 2011, 09:43 AM
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Agreed... I think the biggest problem with the stock set up is the prop is far to big from that motor causing it to seriously overheat.
Oct 20, 2011, 11:41 AM
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Agreed... I think the biggest problem with the stock set up is the prop is far to big from that motor causing it to seriously overheat.
9x6 . .
Oct 20, 2011, 01:39 PM
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Hi Guy's
I've been reading this thread and decided a nice Christmas present from my wife would be the Phoenix 2000. While I'm at it I might as well have her include a new motor and prop.
Decided to go with the NTM 28-26A motor, but don't know what prop-spinner to include.Any suggestions ?

Thanks in advance,
Pat
Oct 20, 2011, 02:20 PM
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Hi Guy's
I've been reading this thread and decided a nice Christmas present from my wife would be the Phoenix 2000. While I'm at it I might as well have her include a new motor and prop.
Decided to go with the NTM 28-26A motor, but don't know what prop-spinner to include.Any suggestions ?

Thanks in advance,
Pat
Not to sure about the NTM 28-26a...
Alot of the guys here have the Hobbyking 2836 1000kv 300watts...

that motor with a 40amp ESC running a 9x6 prop....
Oct 20, 2011, 04:04 PM
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Prop Selection


do you have to buy a new spinner to get the 9 x 6 blades or is there a direct replacement? If so which one

Ty
Oct 20, 2011, 04:17 PM
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do you have to buy a new spinner to get the 9 x 6 blades or is there a direct replacement? If so which one

Ty
Most 9x6 props should fit the stock spinner....
Oct 20, 2011, 04:41 PM
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Most 9x6 props should fit the stock spinner....
looks like there are yoke sizes and 8mm might be the choice.
Oct 20, 2011, 04:59 PM
It's supposed to fly that way?
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You could try this spinner from Giantcod :
http://www.giantcod.co.uk/40mm-40mm-...-p-403348.html.
I've got one fitted to the NTM35-30 motor on my Phoenix, and they also do the accessory kit:
http://www.giantcod.co.uk/advanced_s...+35-XX&x=0&y=0
At least they appear to have both in stock!
The blades supplied with the Phoenix are 9x6, just don't break them as nobody seems to have them in stock!
Oct 20, 2011, 05:17 PM
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I use apc props on all my other planes so i found this replacement adapter and props
adapter

http://www.graysonhobby.com/catalog/...fts-p-405.htmland props
http://www.graysonhobby.com/catalog/...rop-p-722.html
Oct 20, 2011, 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Philosan1 View Post
You could try this spinner from Giantcod :
http://www.giantcod.co.uk/40mm-40mm-...-p-403348.html.
I've got one fitted to the NTM35-30 motor on my Phoenix, and they also do the accessory kit:
http://www.giantcod.co.uk/advanced_s...+35-XX&x=0&y=0
At least they appear to have both in stock!
The blades supplied with the Phoenix are 9x6, just don't break them as nobody seems to have them in stock!
The Blades I got with my Phoenix where 10x6...

Giantcod sell the Folding Propeller blades (pair) 8mm Root 1.80..
or look on E-Bay...


..
Oct 20, 2011, 06:38 PM
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thanks for the response . the NTM is lighter then the turigy 2836. and from what I gather does the same job. A lighter plane is a Happy plane
Pat


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