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Oct 26, 2003, 05:48 PM
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Electric C/L video and update.

I never thought about posting this but some of you may be interested. Windy Urtnowski has a video of me flying my electric stunter. It has four flights on it. However only one of the flights is a full pattern. I was using a z-tron controller and having prolems with the sun causing it to turn off the motor. The video is fairly short 20-30min (I never timed it so don't quote me). If you would like to see what i have been doing with E-C/L contact him for a copy of the video.

Also an update on E-C/l. Windy is in the process of building an electric stunter. It looks like i will be testing some Li-Poly's for him. Another friend of mine has his power system in a test bed and is starting to see what it's potential is. I am building a new stunter and also looking for better power systems. There is three definate E-C/L stunters for next year, along with alot of interested people. Looks like ELECTRIC is finding a home in C/L.
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Nov 03, 2003, 06:47 PM
Houng-wen Lin
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GWS will like to make some inexpensive set of electric C/L.

That's what I strated in aircraft modeling before my RC.

Too see the back-ground of GWS, pls check
R/C Groups Discussion > Vendors - Aircraft - Electric > GWS (Grand Wing Servo)

Give us some ideal what you like?

How should we to serve you!
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Nov 03, 2003, 06:51 PM
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Welcome to see GWS official web pages:
Nov 03, 2003, 06:58 PM
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Are you saying you want to make an ARF airplane or some type of kit for electric control line? If so it would be great. I know cox made an ARF E-C/L kit in the past but it was more of a kids toy than airplane. It flew more by you wipping it (rock on a rope) than it did by it's own power.
Nov 03, 2003, 07:03 PM
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I believe a C/L will be good to start hobby of power model aircrfat.

An electric C/L will cost new guys from $30~less than $100. Should be much easy to get started than RC.

It's a lot fun to fly C/L stunt.