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Dec 10, 2007, 10:38 PM
Pónle alas a tu vida
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Hola Enrique


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Originally Posted by emontielr
I've ahd this biplane for about 7 years, great flyer, take off and landing in runaway.

Norvel BigMig .061, hitec HS55 on rudder, elev, ailerons.
Weight 550gr ready to fly.
Sigues volando tu biplano al que Luis Miguel le apodó "Amor Eterno", yo también sigo con mis mini aviones.

Saludos, Martín Laredo
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Dec 19, 2007, 08:26 AM
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Here is a picture of my latest plane. It is scratch built 34" wingspan, 28"
long, 174" wing area, and flying weight of 12 oz. Simular to an ugly stick, slight dihedral and full simetrical airfoil. I call it "Sweat Stick"
Dec 29, 2007, 02:27 AM
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Cox Li'l Stinker


Here is my last eBay purchase, the second Little Stinker I have bought. This one came with instructions and a control handle that can vary the line lengths.
The bronze reed was badly deteriorated, and the air intake was clogged. The dirtiest Pee Wee I have bought. I had to sharpen a pin to clean out the jet of the (choke type) carburetter. Neither of the Stinker engines has a screen air filter, maybe cause they take air from inside the fuselage where it is clean.
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Jan 03, 2008, 05:57 PM
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can someone tell me how to post pictures or tell me where to find that info? Thanks
Jan 03, 2008, 09:29 PM
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Overland --

Select the "New Reply" button on the lower left side below the last post in the thread to start a new response.

When the text entry box appears, there is an "Additional Options" area underneath with a "Manage Attachments" button. Click this button to open the file upload dialog box. You can then browse to locate your images. Once you have all the images files listed, select "Upload" -- you will get a file uploading message -- when finished, close the window. Don't forget to submit the original response.

andrew
Jan 23, 2008, 11:55 AM
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Here is my spankin new Das Not Ugly! from ulman.

Scratch built... as you can plainly see... and is my first.

Havne't flown it yet... but look forward to it.

3x HS55's
.061 Wasp
6x3 APC
Berg Microstamp 4L
CC Bec
2s 250mah lipo
1 oz dubro fuel tank.

I haven't weighed it yet.. but supposed to be under 14oz... may be cutting it close!
Jan 23, 2008, 04:29 PM
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This is my trainer with a norvel .061 this is my first own design model


wingspan: 33.5"
weight: 500gr (17.6 oz)

it's a little fast but flies great.
Jan 26, 2008, 12:42 AM
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This is my first post to rcgroups. I'll post some pics of the 1/2A planes I've been building and flying lately. This is a Pong Two, built from plans available at Flying Models. Designed by L.F. Randolph. Powered by Cox Black Widow .049 and covered with Ultracote. 2-channel R/E with standard Futaba receiver/battery and Hitec HS-81 servos.
Jan 26, 2008, 12:51 AM
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Here's my other Pong Two that was built simultaneously with the yellow one. This one has a Cox Medallion .09 up front and a 1.5oz tank. I added a hatch for the fuel compartment and used spruce for the spars. Otherwise, it's built by the plans. It's much faster than the .049-powered version. Does nice rolls to the left with rudder and elevator only. I removed the landing gear after these pics were made and have never used them since I fly these planes in a grass field. Lots of fun!
Jan 26, 2008, 12:56 AM
your gonna snap the wings
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wow,cool planes tee bee.


do you have a video up on youtube. i think i saw these plane you flew both of them.or was it someone else.anyway, these are some nicely built planes. im looking for the hob p51. i think that would be a cool plane.
Jan 26, 2008, 01:00 AM
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Here's my .010-powered LaStick. Built from plans. 21.5" wingspan, Berg 4L receiver, and HS-55 servos. 2-channel R/E. Covered with Coverite Microlite. Weighs 5.5oz. It's been a crowd-pleaser.
Jan 26, 2008, 01:03 AM
your gonna snap the wings
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i know ive seen this on youtube.


this was an awesome flyer,.
Jan 26, 2008, 01:03 AM
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rctoyflyer, I did recently post some vids on the tube. Thanks for the compliment.
Mar 05, 2008, 08:20 PM
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Skydrill


Here's my latest 1/2A project. It's a Skydrill built from a kit available from Steve Adams at Select Hobbies. The parts are laser cut and it builds very nicely. It looks like a miniature Kaos. The span is 32" and it's powered by a Hypercolor Stage 3 Skyline .049 engine(a customized, modified Cox Sure Start .049 built by Tim Wiltse.) It has rudder, elevator, and ailerons operated by Hitec HS-55 servos and a Berg4L receiver. Just need to finish the radio installation and adjust the cg before the maiden flight occurs.
Last edited by Tee Bee; Mar 09, 2008 at 07:34 AM.
Mar 12, 2008, 02:04 PM
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Great looking planes, guys!

I love 1/2A

I am working on a .25 E-Flight mini Pulse right now! I'll post some pics after its finished.

I also am working on a CG Eaglet and a HOB Profile Extra 300 .10 pwered!


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