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Old Nov 29, 2012, 07:31 PM
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Flight Summary!


This morning my model flew for the normal 7 minute flight and did not notice the bearing noise that much since it is at the lower RPMs.

The model performed flawlessly and those Knife Edges all around the field was spectacular as usual. No brown outs or loss of RF!

The landings (A few Touch & Goes) were completely successful and no issues with the Nose Wheel Steering.

I will monitor the motor bearing issue closely...
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Old Nov 29, 2012, 08:28 PM
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good to hear. nice repair work.
Old Nov 29, 2012, 09:23 PM
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Have you seen the EyePods?

http://jarelaircraftdesign.com/produ...camera-mount-2

They're perfect for your #16s. I haven't put mine together yet but it sure looks promising.
Ooh, that looks like a great stocking stuffer - I'll add it to my "hint list"!
Old Nov 29, 2012, 09:58 PM
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Glad to hear all is well with your model, Carlos !

Looks like you're running a MAS prop; what size is it? I was running the PZ Corsair prop for awhile, but they're just too darn fragile and I've had two of them disintegrate in mid-air ! Thankfully, the T-28 is so floaty, I was able to deadstick her in with no issues....funny how some of your best flying comes at times of extreme duress

I'm surprised you haven't talked Gerry into one...

Cheers and happy flying all
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Old Nov 29, 2012, 10:32 PM
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Glad to hear all is well with your model, Carlos !

Looks like you're running a MAS prop; what size is it? I was running the PZ Corsair prop for awhile, but they're just too darn fragile and I've had two of them disintegrate in mid-air ! Thankfully, the T-28 is so floaty, I was able to deadstick her in with no issues....funny how some of your best flying comes at times of extreme duress

I'm surprised you haven't talked Gerry into one...

Cheers and happy flying all
Hi there again!

Yes, another fragile propeller is the 4-blade GWS 10 X 8 X 4 as I have experimented with that prop as well on both my T-28''s and F4U Corsair and they are great for massive Thrust and super slow flying, yet you increase throttle and they are pretty impressive in the Airspeed department.

The picture above with my Airforce Trojan is the MAS 10 X 7 X 3 on the stock Trojan prop adapter. Sometimes the prop fits perfectly and at times a new prop requires a little reaming. The MAS on the Stock Park Zone 480 Brushless is a very good combination and the airspeed is very nice, especially using fresh 2200's with at least 25C discharge.

I visited Gerry today at his home during lunch time and he gave me a complete T-28 NAVY Airframe Only and I will hack away and install flaps and electric retracts, stay tuned!
Old Nov 30, 2012, 07:50 AM
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just placed order for a 3 blade mas prop to try out. i much prefer the 3 blade so looking forward to testing it out.
Old Nov 30, 2012, 01:46 PM
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Back in 2008, a good friend by the name of Antonio Speed (BigTonE) installed Flaps on his T-28 with custom paint job and you can clearly see the Flaps at the start of this Video. Antonio is an excellent RC Flyer and modeler and I have yet to come close to his skills.

http://vimeo.com/695181
great looking plane
Old Nov 30, 2012, 02:08 PM
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I have now flown my PZ T-28 with the 3 blade Corsair prop and am happy with it. I have a couple of Dynam 3 bladed props I want to use, but need to make the hole bigger in the prop or get a different prop adapter for my T-28.
Old Nov 30, 2012, 02:52 PM
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does it sounds better??? more vertical?
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Old Nov 30, 2012, 03:01 PM
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I have now flown my PZ T-28 with the 3 blade Corsair prop and am happy with it. I have a couple of Dynam 3 bladed props I want to use, but need to make the hole bigger in the prop or get a different prop adapter for my T-28.
Just watch out for flying blades!!!! I've had two disintegrate on me in mid-air...!

And no, there were no blade strikes involved or anything like that...I just think they're fragile. Needless to say, it makes for exciting landings
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Old Nov 30, 2012, 03:05 PM
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does it sounds better??? more vertical?
It sounds a little better...you can definitely tell there's someting different in the air...as far as pull goes, it's pretty much outta this world! Gobs of torque on hand, making for very large loops. Not much gain in regards to airspeed, if any at all, but definitely more grunt !
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It sounds a little better...you can definitely tell there's someting different in the air...as far as pull goes, it's pretty much outta this world! Gobs of torque on hand, making for very large loops. Not much gain in regards to airspeed, if any at all, but definitely more grunt !
alright do you have the part number? ill try that out
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Old Nov 30, 2012, 03:10 PM
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Just search on HH's or HZ's website for Parkzone F4U Corsair three bladed props...

I'd also recommend looking at the MAS three bladed props; that's the direction I'm heading, I just haven't got there yet !
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Old Nov 30, 2012, 03:12 PM
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alright man!!! but whats the size of the MAS version? 9x7.5x3?
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alright man!!! but whats the size of the MAS version? 9x7.5x3?
Select your liking:
http://masterairscrew.com/3-bladeseries.aspx

I believe it has been posted for those using this brand 10 X 7 X 3.

Assuming the STOCK Park Zone 480 Brushless.


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