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Old Jan 13, 2011, 05:41 PM
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Thank you Rick! The set up with HET 3W on 4S is very efficient! But not very powerful. Just right power for scale 737 flight. Amp draw will be within 35Amp @ 450W average.
Sergey...that sounds about perfect, other guys have their Global Hawk's flying on 350 watts & since I'm going to be carrying a video camera I'll need a little extra!

And are you getting the HET 3W's from http://www.highendrc.com/index_eprod...products_id=28 ?
Or does someone have these at a better price?

When you get time post up some pics of your Build Progress!

Thanks again
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Old Jan 13, 2011, 05:45 PM
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Thank you Rick! The set up with HET 3W on 4S is very efficient! But not very powerful. Just right power for scale 737 flight. Amp draw will be within 35Amp @ 450W average.
That would make a super scaled landing! Fly it lite and she should float on down as a the real one does.

GL

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Old Jan 13, 2011, 05:54 PM
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Do you have a link on where to buy the sickle fans?
And are you getting the HET 3W's from http://www.highendrc.com/index_eprod...products_id=28 ?
Rick,

Motors are from http://www.rc-electric-jets.com. They are $49.99 each + $5.25 S&H for two.
Fans are from http://bphobbies.com. Cost is $30.45 each + $7.50 shipping for two.
Old Jan 14, 2011, 12:01 AM
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Nacelle size is not necessarily indicative of fan size. There are different designs in the cowling forward of the fan to optimize flow in to the engine as well as providing ground clearance in below wing applications( such as the 737).

The the cowling further aft is shaped to fit the accesory unit that drives a hydraulic pump, electric generator, starter unit, etc..

I looked at my Ming 737 and compared it to the 737 I fly for a living and it looks scale to me.

Just sayin

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Old Jan 14, 2011, 12:10 AM
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ok Great thank Rick
Old Jan 14, 2011, 12:27 AM
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Vertical stab is filled with lightweight spackling and covered with first layer of minwax WBPU.

I also did an acetone test on EPO foam. Acetone does not melt the foam but when exposed to sanded foam acetone bloats it. It means many of automotive fillers can not be used on unprotected foam.
Old Jan 14, 2011, 03:22 AM
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A couple of these would look and sound sweet in Ming's 737, with about 700-1000w each.
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Old Jan 14, 2011, 04:54 AM
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A couple of these would look and sound sweet in Ming's 737, with about 700-1000w each.
Might be an option for those flying from grass.

But for scale flying it might be just a tad too much power...

Personally Im going for Mings set up - proven concept

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Old Jan 14, 2011, 08:09 AM
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Do you need programmed micro controller or whole thing on PCB board? I can program PICs quickly, there are couple blanks left.

There are several other requests for this board so I guess I can make a batch. Just need to order components and warm up soldering gun
Dont forget, I got 1st dibs.
Glad to see ya finally got this.I can't wait to see her fly.
Have ya decided for sure what her livery will be? I saw your 1st two examples.
The gray one is kinda plain, even by aeroflot standards, and the flowerdy one, well that'll get you into the backdoor lounge on the easy..J/K.
Just messin with ya, cuz thats what I do.,
Let me know when I can come by and check her out.
Flaps look problematic...hmmmm

whats this about your engines blowing up on the 380??Fuuuudge!!
Old Jan 14, 2011, 11:18 AM
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A couple of these would look and sound sweet in Ming's 737, with about 700-1000w each.
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Might be an option for those flying from grass.

But for scale flying it might be just a tad too much power...

Personally Im going for Mings set up - proven concept

Ben_E

Yea, but how good would these look in an Airliner or maybe a 70mm A-10...these have got to be the Sexiest EDFs out there! NavalWarfare has one hidden in his Sweet Exceed F/A-18.
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Old Jan 14, 2011, 02:12 PM
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The gray one is kinda plain, even by aeroflot standards, and the flowerdy one, well that'll get you into the backdoor lounge on the easy..J/K.

whats this about your engines blowing up on the 380??Fuuuudge!!


I am going to substitute gray with shadows of blue. Or pink

The engines were blowing up before I balanced them. Vibration was horrible!
Old Jan 14, 2011, 02:53 PM
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A couple of these would look and sound sweet in Ming's 737, with about 700-1000w each.
If those rotors are similar to the sickle\df70 (or 90) they would sound great, I did a low rpm test in an LX F16 last night and it does sound like a really small turbine when used with a high cog motor at low RPM and really good balancing.

If those are DF70\90 rotors then where are you guys getting them from?

I can't find one anywhere.


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Old Jan 14, 2011, 04:04 PM
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Where can a guy buy one of these Windrider 737s? The Windrider website led me to Atlanta hobby...but the Atlanta hobby online store serch for the 737 was a no go.

Thanks,

Jon
Old Jan 14, 2011, 04:30 PM
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Where can a guy buy one of these Windrider 737s? The Windrider website led me to Atlanta hobby...but the Atlanta hobby online store serch for the 737 was a no go.

Thanks,

Jon
Directly from Ming at www.windrider.com.hk

Could'nt be easier!
He ships worldwide!


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Old Jan 15, 2011, 12:00 AM
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Sanded first layer of WBPU and applied second layer. This time diluted with surfactant (windows cleaner).


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