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Apr 22, 2001, 10:07 PM
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DJ aerotech roadkill indoor WW2 planes?


does anyone know anything about them, saw them on the web page below.
www.DJaerotech.com

any info would be much appreciated. i have a GWS flight pack, would this work in the planes? Thanks again. --Dan


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Apr 23, 2001, 04:51 AM
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The motor/gearbox/prop combo is included in the kit. Your speed control should be fine, and if the flight pack includes the small pico servos they should work as well. the 110 batteries will work, but the pack should be divided in half with half mounted under each wing.

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Originally posted by CheetDawg:
does anyone know anything about them, saw them on the web page below.
www.DJaerotech.com

any info would be much appreciated. i have a GWS flight pack, would this work in the planes? Thanks again. --Dan

Apr 23, 2001, 07:43 AM
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Saw 3 of them fly at Toledo (south of Toledo in a fieldhouse.)

They flew well and look great in the air. They seem to fast for a standard size gym. Motor gearbox is included worked well but a little more noise then some.

I bought the Zero. It is 4 or 5 projects away.

Should fly great outside on calm or light breeze day. I think they were recomending the smallest double time NiMh batteries.

He was also selling the motor-gearbox-prop combo (same motor as in the little twin B2)for $15.00. Lots of possibilities...

Tim

Apr 23, 2001, 09:21 AM
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Thanks alot for the info, i really appreciate it. one more question, could i fly in an area thats about 100X100 comfortably? thanks again

Apr 23, 2001, 10:48 AM
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I noticed these planes on djaerotech's site the other day. Very spiffy looking. Are they rudder/elevator or ailerons/elevator?

Only 2 servos right?

-O Geoffrey
Apr 23, 2001, 06:33 PM
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Can these planes do any aerobatics? how fast is the P-38 compaired to the others? thanks again
Apr 24, 2001, 12:21 AM
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Well, they said that the P-38 was a little faster than the airplanes in the rest of the series but after seeing the Corsair, Zero, and P-38 fly, it looked to me like it was about the same speed and maybe even slower? It just looked like it flew better than the singles......
Apr 24, 2001, 12:56 AM
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I too saw them fly at Toledo. Very impressive little airplanes. The P-38 was my favorite by far. Yes, they only use 2 servos but they couple (mechanically) the ailerons and rudder. Works very well! Neat airplanes, highly recommended.
Apr 24, 2001, 01:50 AM
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I just ordered the P-51. What size and where can I order the batteries?

Al
Apr 24, 2001, 05:30 AM
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The_Giver: They are all elevator with coupled aileron/rudder with the horns cut to give the correct ratio of coupling. They also have steerable nose/tailwheels.

Raptor: The best batteries seem to be from Cloud 9, they call they "Doubletime" and are around $12 for a 6 cell pack shipped.

Saddler: I think you were tricked by the size difference, the P-38 is significantly faster than the others. The field house at Toledo was so large it was almost like flying outsite.

DJ released the Spitfire yesterday, I have them in stock at an intro price, but not on my web site yet. Contact me privately for info.

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Apr 24, 2001, 08:54 AM
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thanks alot for all the info. I'm still wondering if they can do any aerobatics at all. Thanks
Apr 24, 2001, 09:28 PM
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How on Gods green earth did you get to the site. I click on the link and it just hangs and never loads anyhting. Someone needs to get a better web provider...

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Apr 24, 2001, 11:17 PM
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Azarr, do you recomend 6 or 7 cells? Thanks!!

Al
Apr 25, 2001, 06:37 AM
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DJ Says 6 o 7 cells, 6 seems to be fine for indoor use, I've never seen one outside, but think I might try 7 if the plan was to fly outside more often.

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Azarr, do you recomend 6 or 7 cells? Thanks!!

Al
Apr 25, 2001, 09:09 PM
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how do these planes compair to fyying styro planes? in trems of durablilty, flyin speed, ect. thanks