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Old 03-27-2005, 02:24 PM   #11
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Having a Ball with SMALL Planes! July 23 Ottawa

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Whatever you decide and build we would like to see you down in Ottawa for the Dynamic Hobbies SMALL event July 23 We had over 40 pilots registered last year and we want too see the event keep growing.

I have a plane for .10-.15 size or Electric that is a pure joy to fly!!!
Fly it Fast or Slow this bird is great fun! my own design called the "Drone"

I have the Autocad .DXF version of the plans if you wish them?
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Old 03-27-2005, 02:51 PM   #12
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Jollidude's exapmple is what I was trying to say. Those SS's planes were not designed to carry a lot of weight. You will increase the wing loading to a point where it just wont be fun to fly unless you are on full bore. But the same plane with a nice 061 or even a Norvel 074. hitec 81 servos and a 555 receiver and a 200 mah pack will weigh in at 16 ounces and fly awesome.
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Old 04-02-2005, 12:48 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Muldoer
I dont intend to fly slow...I want a little warbird to throw around.
I had one with an OS25FP. I'm sure you could pick one up for about the same price as a 10 or a 15. It was fast and it was fun. Didn't fly heavy. If you want something fast, just go with a cheap 25 engine.
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