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Old Jan 06, 2006, 02:51 AM
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Old Jan 06, 2006, 03:33 AM
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add some starwars music to the beginnings credits lol the planes flys nicely who was that with the chopper in the background.
Old Jan 06, 2006, 10:24 AM
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Detachable Wing Conversion Plane


Hi Stephan,
Yes, your video is working, flies gracefully well.
When you fix the motor to the front, do you cross over the Motor and reverse the propellor?
Thanks
Old Jan 06, 2006, 10:34 AM
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wot glue sud i use to stick my plane back together???
Old Jan 06, 2006, 10:41 AM
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wot glue sud i use to stick my plane back together???
its got to be that 3m adhesive (77 or 68 ones bad not sure witch) that is mentioned in all the foam posts because its definaly not normal glue in there and it would be nice to alway be able to pry open your plane to fix things
Old Jan 06, 2006, 11:13 AM
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Hi Stephan,
Yes, your video is working, flies gracefully well.
When you fix the motor to the front, do you cross over the Motor and reverse the propellor?
Thanks
Vifo,
you have to cross the cables and to turn around the prop.
cable: black to white and white to black, blue to red and red to blue for the other side. It is less noisy than a pusher with slots in the wing and i wanted a puller after all these pushers.
Thanks for nice comment on video.
Stephan
Old Jan 07, 2006, 02:43 PM
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heya,
whay ohms are the motors? i think there 10 i just need to be sure,
Old Jan 07, 2006, 03:52 PM
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heya,
whay ohms are the motors? i think there 10 i just need to be sure,
It's been posted that they are 5.3 ohm. Don't have a link to the exact post. It's back in part 1 somewhere.
Don
Old Jan 07, 2006, 08:00 PM
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you can switch from a pusher to a puller without resoldering the wires. all you have to do is take the left and right props, flip them over, and put them on the other motor (left prop flipped over and put on right motor. right prop flipped over and put on left motor).

double sided tape can be used to put the plane back together. it'll allow you to take it back apart if you need to sometime down the road. and Don is right, the motors are 5.3ohm 6mm's. 6ohm-10ohm motors could be used for replacements.

nick
Old Jan 07, 2006, 09:10 PM
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so i just got an xufo and I was wondering how to control my aero ace with the tx. do I need to take the crystal out of the aero ace tx and put it in the ufo tx?
Old Jan 07, 2006, 10:14 PM
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while waiting for the ufo to charge, I did the Tx diode mod (jumping those two pads to P11) IT WORKED GREAT!!!! Waaaaay easier than doing the hardwire job. (no offence nitrocharged, both mods do the same thing, this one just uses the existing tx connections.) anyway, I am so pleased and impressed that there are so many smart people here sharing information about how to make good things better. Thanks a lot, all of you.
Old Jan 08, 2006, 12:06 AM
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broken wires


hi all. first post......only due to a problem.

i picked up my first rc plane and had a wonderful 20 flights or so before the wires on the right wing motor broke off. too many head ons with the trees and street caused the motor to start falling off. no big deal, i just reattach it and off it goes.

is it possible to solder the wires back on, or possible to open up the motor to reattach them somehow? i have zero modding, or electronics experience....so please keep that in mind.

the motor still works if i touch the broken wires together with the throttle on. please help if you can, if not...i have some parts for mods and i'll definatly pick another one of these fun little planes up.
Old Jan 08, 2006, 12:07 AM
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two questions about normal aeroace behavior
1. i though these planes kept flying when they ran out or range of the tx? this one just shuts off
2. when the battery is running low this one it just shuts off. is that normal?
Old Jan 08, 2006, 08:24 AM
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Hotflyer,
There's no need to change the crystal of the xufo tx. But have to do some modifications. Here you can find the "how to":
http://home.versanet.de/~b-konze/xtw...ufo_mod_en.htm

Quax


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