ParkZone FW190 mods
Seems everyone is beefing up this model.
Here's some of the mods I've made. I figure if I can keep the wingloading under 16 oz/ft^2 It should be ok. (Have an Alpha 190 that weighs 20oz that goes ok so theoretically...)
I figure with the mods I've made plane should come out at around 34 oz. A bit heavy for a park flyer but I plan to treat this as a take off the ground caper
Below are some pics. Video Transmitter I've had in Alpha 190 and have got decent reception to a few hundred meters beamed down live to an lcd screen I've mounted on my TX. I've managed to fly from the screen a few times.
This is the next phase
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FSK ME-109 using Park 400 outrunner with 9x7 3-blade
FSK Spitfire using Park 400 with 9x7 4-blade
Alfa Corsair using Park 400 with 9x7 3-blade
A park 450 outrunner should not have an issue spinning an 11x7 so if the power output of the nippy is same or better...you'll be ok...but watch your amp draw.
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