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  • About PaperAirplane
    out of $$$--spent it on my planes
    Soccer, Piano/Guitar/Trombone
    Favorite Pet(s)
    None (yet...)
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    Hanger: GWS Slow Stick; Nutball


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  • Last Activity: 10-12-2015 06:59 PM
  • Join Date: 08-22-2009
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  1. spitfire
    09-05-2010 10:46 PM
    yeah, me too...

    except the flying part... I haven't had anything to fly for quite some time now... I am working on a plane I designed and hopefully I'll get it done soon so I can fly again.
  2. Stevephoon
    05-19-2010 01:36 PM

    The PowerUp 400 SloFly motor from Heads Up RC has been a good motor so far. I've been pushing it pretty hard going for more power for my Stevephoon-3D and have gotten it pretty hot a couple of times and it still works great. (Using 11 in props) The best prop I've found for it while not pulling too much current is an APC 10x3.8 SF. I do wish that HeadsUp would post their "normal" analysis of prop vs current vs thrust for this motor. I do not have any way to measure thrust.

    I think your plane will be lighter than mine, so this motor should be a good fit. Let me know if you have any specific questions and I'll see what I can do to answer them.
  3. texasclouds
    04-16-2010 05:20 AM
    The iron was around $7 at Target. I checked the different temp settings with a meat thermometer and marked my low and high setting for working with solite/microfilm per the instructions for the film. I've covered 3 planes and 5 wings with this iron. I've been pleased with it. The $30 hobby irons are likely more comfortable to handle...but the iron does just fine for me.
  4. capn chaos
    04-07-2010 01:32 AM
    Paper A'
    Welcome back, you've been conspicuous in your absence....
    Seems the last time you were around "campus" was early Feb so I'm sure you've missed a bunch. There is a Scratch and Kit build contest going on for 2010 and I've been suckered in. Just about the time I announced my Dewoitine 520 build...all H broke loose at work. Oh well.
    Capn C
  5. PaperAirplane
    04-07-2010 01:21 AM
    Hey guys, Im back, lol, any good threads I missed?
  6. capn chaos
    03-09-2010 02:27 AM
    Hey Paper A,
    WATTS UP?? Hope all is well and your'e still havin fun, about one year ago I was in your same position trying to sort it out. Did your servo issue get solved? Missed ya round WF.
    Capn Chaos
  7. PaperAirplane
    02-22-2010 02:13 AM
    If anyone is wondering, i wont be on much the next few weeks, probably only weekends. Not sick or anthing, just wont be on ;).
  8. barak1001
    02-11-2010 09:56 PM
    Yeah. It's got almost no cyclic authority with the weights at the their farthest out. It's like flying a gigantic boat.
  9. TDisaster
    02-11-2010 02:56 AM
    Yeah I've got about 650$ in mine. They aren't cheap :P.

    But you can get a beginner one like the Gambler for under 100$. It's just not composite, and isn't as high performance. But still fun.
  10. TDisaster
    02-11-2010 02:27 AM
    That's a DLG, discus launched glider. Most fun I've had in RC. :D


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