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Old Jun 03, 2010, 03:46 PM
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...Most awesomest sounding radial in r/c

-Eric
Indeed. Here's another 'Big Iron' subject running the Moki. Sound gives ya goose bumps.

Giant Scale RC Sea Fury - Huge Power (2 min 46 sec)
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Old Jun 03, 2010, 04:44 PM
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Sheeesh, this thread has moved in the last day or so....

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It is amazing how dumb these oil people are. To stop the leak is easy, but no one wants to think outside the box. If you take a Kevlar Balloon pack it tight like a airbag on a car, then push it down about 500 yards into the well, then set off a couple of nitrogen cartages at let’s say 200PSI, and BAMB! Leaked stopped.
And my wife had an idea to absorb the oil, that I "upgraded" a bit. She had the idea of spreading straw on the water (yes it would take a lot) to attract the oil to it, then use surface nets to pull it all in. My "upgrade" to it, was to use brush shredders (like they feed tree branches through to shred them), mount them on ships and feed straw, wood, tree branches (anything that is a non-pollutant and would float), to again, attract the oil, and then drag it in. Maybe it wouldn't work on the open ocean, but it could certainly be done in near the land.

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Old Jun 03, 2010, 08:39 PM
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accessory for your hummer (in case of trolls)


Damon,
I found this pic on a different website but since you have a new hummer I thought this might apeal to you (in case of troll attacks).
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Old Jun 03, 2010, 09:38 PM
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Forgot to respond to this. Are you referring to my 3 bl ade20-14's on my 36??? I have found that I get worse low frequency vibration using rubber motor mounts. I have tried rubber isolated motor mounts on everything up to 300Cc gas engines, and I have had no luck at all with them. On the really big stuff it just saves the welds on the motor mounts.

Thanks, Dag
More of a generic inquiry than a specific prop reference.

I did find with my PZ corsair that my motor mounts were lasting longer with the rubber washers than without.
Old Jun 03, 2010, 10:12 PM
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Indeed. Here's another 'Big Iron' subject running the Moki. Sound gives ya goose bumps.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylCtXK0z9us
AWESOME!!!!
Sounds like the real thing!
Old Jun 03, 2010, 10:33 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeSDahp3Okk

Most awesomest sounding radial in r/c

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Old Jun 04, 2010, 02:36 AM
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Hey all,
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And just an FYI, I see a bunch about resistor, I am only fly 6 cells on this bird, do I really care, I could see if it was my 1919 with 10 or 12 cells, but 6 cells??
Dag, the resistor brings no weight at all but it will prevent the flash when plugging in the battery. When you use extra caps the flash will be even naughtier and will damage the plugs.

Cheers Alexander
Old Jun 04, 2010, 02:44 AM
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Indeed. Here's another 'Big Iron' subject running the Moki. Sound gives ya goose bumps.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylCtXK0z9us
I like electrics, I truely love the sound of a turbine, but I gotta say the sound of a well tuned piston engine (especially a hotrod radial) really tickles the senses. Ohhhh... yea.....
Old Jun 04, 2010, 06:33 AM
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A guy here at RCG e-mailed me this:
B 24 Liberator Crash - Goes Walk About (1 min 52 sec)


Looks to be bad pre-flight and controls check, at least IMHO

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Old Jun 04, 2010, 08:44 AM
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Aww man that sucks. It looked like he didn't have enough air speed and stalled it.
Old Jun 04, 2010, 09:16 AM
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Wow.
Nobody was hurt from that.

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Old Jun 04, 2010, 09:24 AM
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that's exactly what I was thinking. The left wing dropped a bit and then it started to bank hard to the left. Looks like the pilot saw the slight left bank and tried to correct but just wasn't quick enough to realize what was going on and just kept feeding in left stick.

I think that if it were a stall, you would have seen a much more abrupt bank and more 'snap'.

I'm curious if the builder used a scale airfoil section. The B-24 was not known for being a forgiving airplane to fly due to the wing design.
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Old Jun 04, 2010, 10:09 AM
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I'd say his airspeed was not enough for that turn, if the turn was a commanded turn. It takes a minute or two to "get on the step" and really get rolling on a big bird like that one. If an uncommanded turn, his left engine(s) were not pulling hard as the right ones and dragged him into a "drag-induced" left turn. Didn't appear to snap, so prolly his engines not performing at full power. Gosh, think of the time and $$$ invested in that baby!

Looking at it again, his left wing was low from the moment he lifted off. Engines not pulling hard enough on the left. Also, possibly not shown, I didn't see anyone taching those engines! Man, that would be the last thing I checked before taxiing out!
Old Jun 04, 2010, 10:16 AM
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This is mostly idle speculation as we are not sure what happened. I think DAG alluded to something that I have seen countless times and that is reversed ailerons (failed pre-flight check). I'm not sure if this is the case or not but the one thing I will add is that I really doubt that this was a commanded turn to the left since based on the footage the pattern should be to the right as the flight line was to the left.

Either way, that is definitely a lot of $$$ down the proverbial drain

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Old Jun 04, 2010, 10:23 AM
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Looked like a bad range check followed by the words "Nahhhhh it'll be alright!"

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