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Old Jan 03, 2007, 07:36 PM
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Arbo,

Looking good, I like those Maxx products wheels!

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Old Jan 03, 2007, 07:42 PM
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Arbo


Hey thanks for posting those. I didnt know you took those pics. I flew it again today.Still in one piece. LOL
Old Jan 03, 2007, 07:45 PM
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I fly alot off of rough surfaces and snow and the MPI 3" wheels makes it much eaiser.
Old Jan 03, 2007, 07:47 PM
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Old Jan 03, 2007, 07:55 PM
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Hi All,

I just maidened my AcroMaster today, & everything went well (meaning that I got it home in one piece ). This is my first 3D plane and I haven't been exposed to 3D that much. Any tips for what I should be trying to do with this thing. Of course I'm still getting used to how reponsive it is. After a few flights I want to slowly begin to learn 3D. How did everyone else start? Any particular moves that I should be looking up and trying/practicing?

Also- it is hard for me to tell if my CG is right. Should this plane be balanced right side up? Seems like the slightest move rocks it forward/back when I'm trying to get the CG set.

Thanks for any help.
Old Jan 03, 2007, 08:46 PM
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Yeah, that thing flies like a champ. Here's some pic's.

Wow, love how white your sand is there

Enjoy!

Randy
Old Jan 04, 2007, 07:18 AM
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Use CG from 11 to 12 cm when upright and supported near the fuse.

at 11cm the AM fly very well, at 11,5 3D is easier, but I return to 11cm and stay there till the mid-air collisition.
Old Jan 04, 2007, 11:40 AM
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I started assembly of my AcroMaster last night......I spent 4 hours on it and all I have left to do is the main wing final installation of the motor and put on the decals.

I am amazed at the engineering of this kit, Multiplex has out done itself.

This kit is so easy I think if you had someone to stand there and pour a little CA you could shake up the box pour out the parts and a finished plane would hit the ground. WOW!
Old Jan 04, 2007, 12:14 PM
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This kit is so easy I think if you had someone to stand there and pour a little CA you could shake up the box pour out the parts and a finished plane would hit the ground. WOW!
LOL...couldnt agree more...

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I am amazed at the engineering of this kit, Multiplex has out done itself.
...agree with that too...makes you wonder what they will do next...
Old Jan 04, 2007, 01:30 PM
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I agree, If I can do it , it has to be easy. I'm a poor builder and I pulled it off.LOL
Old Jan 05, 2007, 02:32 AM
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Use CG from 11 to 12 cm when upright and supported near the fuse.

at 11cm the AM fly very well, at 11,5 3D is easier, but I return to 11cm and stay there till the mid-air collisition.
I had very different results when balancing the plane upright vs up-side-down, both when using a "CG Machine" and the good 'ole finger method. I put the balancer/fingers as close to the fuse as possible. When balancing upright (canopy up), I had to add a ounce+ to the nose to balance it at 11cm. That just didn't seem right since I'm using the recommended motor and TP2100s. When I tried it up-side-down, it balanced perfectly with my battery at the bottom of the ramp. It flys great balanced like this. At 11cm, I found that inverted flight needed too much elevator, but 11.5cm works nicely.
Old Jan 05, 2007, 08:35 AM
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Hello all,

I've never tried a really decent flat spin until yesterday afternoon when I was flying my AM with a flying buddy who showed me what he cosiders the proper technique(power off, full left rudder, full up elevator). He was truly impressed with the upright/inverted flat spins I was able to do, me, on my first attempt! Verrrryy slow and graceful, and a very easy recovery. This plane continues to bring a huge smile every time I fly it, just wish the LHS's around here would start carrying them!

Ronnie
Old Jan 05, 2007, 10:34 AM
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I had the same results. Upside down balancing seems like the way to go.Mine flys great that way.No weight added either.
Old Jan 05, 2007, 04:00 PM
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My AM touched again with the rudder in the ground today, i.e. it's flying and doing 3D again
Old Jan 05, 2007, 05:06 PM
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Wow if thats the same plane you did a great job repairing it. We got snowed in so no flying for a few days


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