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Apr 25, 2001, 12:47 AM
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f-18 from EJF


what is the general opinion of the f-18 from EJF. it looks great.

what are some of the setups that your useing.
ect.

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Apr 25, 2001, 05:34 AM
p471701
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exo:
i'm using an astro 805bl,10x1250 set up. other bl set ups:kontronik 480-33 10-12 cells,aveox 1010/2y on 12 cells all work well.
for brushed set ups hp200-20-6 work well.......gregg
Apr 25, 2001, 09:38 AM
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You can see the setup on mine here - www.rcwizard.com/haldor

The EJF F18 is a sweet flier and its easy to build.

Suitable combo's:

<ul>[*]Plettenberg HP200/20/6 on 10*700AR-CP1700 (250W)[*]Plettenberg HP200/25/4 on 10*1250-CP1700 (350W)[*]Kontronik FUN400-36 on 8-10*1250-CP1700 (350W)[*]Kontronik FUN400-42 on 8*RC2400 (320W)[*]Kontronik FUN480-33 on 10*RC2400/10-12*1250-CP1700 (300-450W)[*]Aveox 1010/DF on 10-12cells (300-450W)[*]Aveox 1010/2Y on 14cells[*]Graupner speed480 BB Race on 8*700AR-CP1300 (150W)[*]MPI 400 Cobalt ~200W
Apr 26, 2001, 11:04 PM
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how is the building of the plain i just went through the instructions and man that sounds like a pain in the ass. im not good at building wood kits is this kit going to kick my butt. ?????
Apr 27, 2001, 12:51 AM
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Naah..your butt will probably make it just fine

Its not difficult to build that thing as most of the stuff alignes squarely and is easily set up. Go for it
Apr 27, 2001, 02:49 AM
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cool thanks, by the way yours looks great how did you get the paint to go on that smooth? what did you prime it with...

do you think the promax 400 coblat motor will be sufficant? we're at a high altitude
4500 feet, or does it need to be in the 300w range....
Apr 27, 2001, 07:58 AM
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Actually it isnt as smooth as the pictures would like you to know But good enough.
Thanks for the compliment tho

Dont know how it will perform at altitude as I fly at sealevel myself but I would guess a Promax would be sufficient. Ask Robert at ElectricJetFactory - he should be able to help you out.

Happy flying.