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Nov 17, 2012, 04:19 AM
Flying Dutchman!
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The green foam is stryodur the lightest version: 28kg/m3


It's the 2500 serie that I've got in 5cm thickness
The plan is to cut it with Hotwire and I've already did some tests but this stuff don't leave one heavy nasty smell so I can work with it without getting stoned

I hope she's running fine nitro! I'm waiting for test results!
I doesn't going to use the case because I think it will going to be to heavy so I will attach the motor in the place where the inlets come together isn't that a better plan for you nitro?

The first plane will run at the normal brushed motor while I'm testing the single phase setup

It's good flying weather out here so I'm at the field to fly! Good bye, Robert
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