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Feb 18, 2008, 12:13 AM
I do it cause it's FUN!
I think they are the Suppo brand. How does this one look?

SUPPO 2212-10
47g Outrunner
Kv: 1400, Rm: 0.065, io: 0.7A, Poles: 14
Max watts: 175, Max amps: 16A for 60sec

Mike
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Feb 18, 2008, 06:23 AM
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sorry didnt mean to


dear guys

scott from motrolfly here and im sorry its sounded like an advertisement but after like 60 pms i just decided to post it so people would stop asking when they would be up on my site.

as for the f14 maybz i got min from the bird and so far the build is going good. i think im going to like this one.


scott
www.motrolflyusa.com


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Originally Posted by Maybz
Yes we know you have motors for sale. Now go advertise somewhere else!
Feb 18, 2008, 06:58 AM
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Originally Posted by MAYBZ
"There are lots of motors that would work well, here are a few:

-AXI 2208-26
-Emax CF2212 (cheapest)
-X-motor 2826CA-12T
-Eskay 400XT
-Little Screamers Purple Peril
-Grayson GH2212-10 (combo w/esc is only $33!)"
The gh2212-10 is a re-labeled suppo. I bought the SUPPO 2212-10
from lightflightRC. They seem to be good people and I have had good service from them. I haven't got around to building yet.

Mike K.


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Originally Posted by Smiky
I think they are the Suppo brand. How does this one look?

SUPPO 2212-10
47g Outrunner
Kv: 1400, Rm: 0.065, io: 0.7A, Poles: 14
Max watts: 175, Max amps: 16A for 60sec

Mike
Last edited by heymak; Feb 18, 2008 at 07:22 AM.
Feb 18, 2008, 07:59 AM
medium-sized Lewbowski
Cool. Just remember to keep it light. You will hove more fun with it when it weighs less!
Feb 20, 2008, 04:09 PM
medium-sized Lewbowski
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Originally Posted by MotrolflyUSA
dear guys

scott from motrolfly here and im sorry its sounded like an advertisement but after like 60 pms i just decided to post it so people would stop asking when they would be up on my site.

as for the f14 maybz i got min from the bird and so far the build is going good. i think im going to like this one.


scott
www.motrolflyusa.com
Scott.. sorry if it seemed like I jumped on you. My comment was a bit tongue-in-cheek and was not meant to be mean.

m
Feb 20, 2008, 04:37 PM
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bulid


nice job


really nice kit buy the way im about 50% done with mine waiting on a gear kit for my hs56 carbonites mabe finish the wings tonite im going to use mt 2200kv model on this one.


scott
www.motrolflyusa.com

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Originally Posted by Maybz
Scott.. sorry if it seemed like I jumped on you. My comment was a bit tongue-in-cheek and was not meant to be mean.

m
Feb 22, 2008, 12:06 PM
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"DM2210-1700kv ..'cause I really want to rip it up a bit...."

..motor arrived today Scott, looks great..!

Time to start the build soon..!

Bill
Feb 22, 2008, 12:56 PM
Honey,just one more thing
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Was setting my up for auto sweep, was wondering about the screen shot for expo. For those flying this way, are you using that expo (+50) to fly with all the time? Little confused here. https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...&postcount=153
Thanks,Bud
Feb 23, 2008, 08:53 AM
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I'm building mine with a DX6 and am very new to mixing and programming. Anyone tried this with a DX6 yet? Is it the same set up as the DX7?
Feb 23, 2008, 10:36 AM
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Originally Posted by wmacorlando
I'm building mine with a DX6 and am very new to mixing and programming. Anyone tried this with a DX6 yet? Is it the same set up as the DX7?
Yes and almost....

It's similar, just look at the pictures and go through your programming menus. The DX6 does not have a 3 position switch, so some of the features/options are a little different. You have to choose which two modes you'd like to use. IE wings open with switch on, wings auto with switch off.
Feb 25, 2008, 06:42 AM
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Decided to fly my newly build MCD-14 yesterday even though the snow on the ground was crusted and bumpy. Flew great once I got use to flipping the flap switch on my DX7 and thottle speed for different wing positions. Had only one problem - my ply motor mount kept separating from the foam [even though I epoxy it] This happened several times on landing. Anybody have a better way to secure the ply motor mount?
Thanks Bill
Feb 25, 2008, 06:55 AM
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Low temp hot glue, low temp hot glue gun....
Feb 25, 2008, 06:57 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dcala
......Had only one problem - my ply motor mount kept separating from the foam [even though I epoxy it] This happened several times on landing. Anybody have a better way to secure the ply motor mount?
Thanks Bill
I used Gorilla Glue. I also added some Depron wedges on each side of the top fin to help brace the motor mount.

Also, make sure the brake is off on your ESC so that when the prop hits the ground, it'll rotate. Make sure you've throttled down to zero before touching down.
Feb 25, 2008, 09:03 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dcala
Decided to fly my newly build MCD-14 yesterday even though the snow on the ground was crusted and bumpy. Flew great once I got use to flipping the flap switch on my DX7 and thottle speed for different wing positions. Had only one problem - my ply motor mount kept separating from the foam [even though I epoxy it] This happened several times on landing. Anybody have a better way to secure the ply motor mount?
Thanks Bill
Use 4 toothpicks. Secure as hell and very strong.
Last edited by cryhavoc38; Feb 25, 2008 at 09:09 AM.
Feb 25, 2008, 09:17 AM
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Epoxy and cold are a bad mix, also sand your wood lightly to open the pores a bit more to allow glues to pentrate and bond. Won't help too much with epoxy (except for removing dirt and skin oils) but is great for CA and pretty good for glues like Gorilla glue. The Toothpics work great though for addining durability to your bond.


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