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|04-28-2014, 01:03 PM||#1|
I am: Nathan C
Join Date: Feb 2014
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Plans for 26" Extra 330 foamie!
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I've designed, built and flown over 45 airplanes. These are the first plans that I have released publicly.
This plane is one of the best minis I've flown, and was an incredibly easy build. It can be built in about 4-5 hours from start to finish.
Fuselage length: 26 3/4"
AUW: 80-85 grams
It is made of 3mm Depron foam.(I think I used depron aero)
The plans are scale, just go to Staples and get them printed on Arch E paper.(36"? By 36"?)(something like that)
Rimfire 200 (maybe A10-15s, but it's a lot heavier and you will have to upgrade your tail servos or they will get striped)
Plush 6 (or CC6 or Phoenix 10)
2-3 gram servos for the tail(I used HK5330)
5-7 gram servo for ailerons(I have used HEX500, Futaba S3114, and Dymond 4.7)(Futabas are the best for this)
Light receiver(I use the HK R415 and AR6300)
180-300mah 2s Lipo(I used Nano tech 180, 260, and 300)
Mine was 83 grams rtf, if it was any heavier, the servos would probably have gotten striped.
If you don't have any of this gear, you can get it for about $120!!!
The minis perform almost as good as 34" planes. They aren't quite as precise, but will do 3D just as well! I love minis because they are cheap, they are small, they are very easy to build, and they crash well.
They are great for 3D and will improve your flying!
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