Sep 12, 2012, 09:29 PM
ride hard and fly low
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Got my Slick in on Monday and maidened it last night. I love the way this thing flys.
I am running a Motrolfly 4315-480 motor, 100 ICE esc, 15x7 Xoar on 6S 2200 and
coming down after 5 minutes with 35-40% left in the battery. Having a big fun fly
at our local flying field this Sat, so hopefully I can get some video of it.
Congrats, the plane looks great! I still have to build my 59" Slick.
I went with the same motor and the 6s setup.
I'm looking forward to some video.
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Sep 13, 2012, 07:41 PM
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Congrats, the plane looks great! I still have to build my 59" Slick.
I went with the same motor and the 6s setup.
I'm looking forward to some video.
hello all

I just get AJ SLC 59' today, I am stay in bangkok thailand for further inquiry I will be back to this fourum again , it's first and very great to get AJ SLC i love it...
Gord ang.....
Sep 14, 2012, 10:10 PM
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hello all

I just get AJ SLC 59' today, I am stay in bangkok thailand for further inquiry I will be back to this fourum again , it's first and very great to get AJ SLC i love it...
Gord ang.....
Man, I wish my big boxes looked like that after UPS "handled" them.
Sep 14, 2012, 10:48 PM
Balsa to the Wall
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hello all

I just get AJ SLC 59' today, I am stay in bangkok thailand for further inquiry I will be back to this fourum again , it's first and very great to get AJ SLC i love it...
Gord ang.....
Congratulations and welcome to the forum.

Chuck
Sep 15, 2012, 06:18 AM
Sippin the Koolaid!
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Gord ang congrats on the new slick and welcome to the forums.
Sep 15, 2012, 07:58 AM
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Man, I wish my big boxes looked like that after UPS "handled" them.
yes and many thanks
Sep 15, 2012, 08:00 AM
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Congratulations and welcome to the forum.

Chuck
many thanks Chuck it first time a i get SLC 59 I love it and all guy in this forum
i will start assembly SLC in this week i will update photo soon

Rgds
Gord ang
Sep 15, 2012, 08:04 AM
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Gord ang congrats on the new slick and welcome to the forums.
Hello, Losifanatic thanks in your reply as i will use servo Turnigy TGY-390V
Is it ok? because I just get it in bangkok thailand hobby shop, and Motor will use
750 kv. motorfly, if you have any suggest or recommend please revert...Thanks
Sep 17, 2012, 08:32 PM
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I just ordered my slick today. I plan on running 2 hs225mgs that i have and buying 2 new 5245s. I have a ice lite 75 that i want to run and a 4315-480 on 6s 3000 or so. Would there be any problems with this setup that you can see besides that i'm the one that's gonna try and fly it? This is my second balsa plane and the first high quality one.
Sep 18, 2012, 04:31 PM
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I just ordered my slick today. I plan on running 2 hs225mgs that i have and buying 2 new 5245s. I have a ice lite 75 that i want to run and a 4315-480 on 6s 3000 or so. Would there be any problems with this setup that you can see besides that i'm the one that's gonna try and fly it? This is my second balsa plane and the first high quality one.
The motor looks great but you may want an ICE Lite 100 to give some headroom for increased amps (Set throttle response to 10 to get it really nice and crisp ) I'm not so sure about the servos. I've heard bad things about the 225's. Maybe 5245's all round would be better. If you have the cash, JR DS3711HV or HS7245MH running at 7.4V (would need to change the voltage in the BEC programming menu or use a 2S LiPo to achieve this voltage) all round would be best I've heard the Futaba 9650's are good also but I don't think they're metal geared.
Sep 18, 2012, 08:58 PM
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The motor looks great but you may want an ICE Lite 100 to give some headroom for increased amps (Set throttle response to 10 to get it really nice and crisp ) I'm not so sure about the servos. I've heard bad things about the 225's. Maybe 5245's all round would be better. If you have the cash, JR DS3711HV or HS7245MH running at 7.4V (would need to change the voltage in the BEC programming menu or use a 2S LiPo to achieve this voltage) all round would be best I've heard the Futaba 9650's are good also but I don't think they're metal geared.
That's the problem. I would love to get better equipment but i don't really have the cash. I was thinking with 6s there would still be some room on the amps so the 75 would work. I currently, on a HK foam sbach, am running a 42-48 turnigy ntm on 6s and the data log has been showing about 1500 watts. I figured the larger more efficient motorfly would make that same power with possibly lower amps. On the 225mgs so far they have worked okay for me.
Sep 18, 2012, 09:19 PM
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That's the problem. I would love to get better equipment but i don't really have the cash. I was thinking with 6s there would still be some room on the amps so the 75 would work. I currently, on a HK foam sbach, am running a 42-48 turnigy ntm on 6s and the data log has been showing about 1500 watts. I figured the larger more efficient motorfly would make that same power with possibly lower amps. On the 225mgs so far they have worked okay for me.
That's very true indeed! I think 75 will be A-okay then!

I've heard mix-reports about the 225's. Some say decent, some say terrible. I read they have a dodgy case design like their digital brother the 5245's but you'll have to read up on that My 7245MH's have been really good! There is some jitter but in flight it doesn't seem to effect it at all. Although they are more expensive unfortunately
Sep 19, 2012, 09:34 AM
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I have a Motrolfly 4315-714kv, no crashes. It was rewound to 800kv and the lightened x mount was added. Losi and I got a little too much motor when this plane first came out. A castle ICE 100 lite is direct soldered. Addicts get to make an offer for one or both before it hits the classifieds. I am selling to move to a EF 64 MXS. I ship USPS priority w/ tracking within 24 hours.
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Sep 19, 2012, 10:54 AM
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Dp let me know how you like the mxs. I really liked the 48 and would love to hear you thoughts on the 64.
sorry for the derailment back to the 59
Sep 19, 2012, 02:11 PM
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Motrolfly for the 59 Slick? Which should I use, plan on doing mostly pattern type flying and low and slow stuff, should I go with the 3620-750 or the 4315-714? I plan on using 4S batteries. Just thought I would ask the experts here.


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