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Big Electric plane show and tell

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale ARF Build Threads' started by GSNadmin, Aug 1, 2016.

  1. GSNadmin

    GSNadmin Staff Member

    So I hate electric BUT i do own a few and do love to fly them.
    I have a AJ 51" and a Extreme Flight 78" extra.

    What do you guys have ?
  2. 49dimes

    49dimes Damn I'm hungry

    I champion big gassers but I do like the smooth and raw power these newer electrics deliver! Just finished my 60 MXS. Working on a 12S 74" Edge and 40 PA addiction.

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  3. BalsaDust

    BalsaDust Moderator

    I got an electric setup for a 40 size profile I need to build.
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  4. Xpress

    Xpress GSN Sponsor Tier 1

    70" Aerobeez Slick. Runs on 6S 5000, powered by a Hacker A60-6XS swinging a Falcon 20x10 electric carbon propeller, Jeti Spin 99 ESC.

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  5. Jetpainter

    Jetpainter 640cc Uber Pimp

    My biggest electric airplane is a a 31" span Pylon airplane.:)


    I have been gathering parts for a Tipo 750 ballistic style classic pattern airplane that I hope to do this winter. other than that I have a couple of electric helicopters.

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  6. 49dimes

    49dimes Damn I'm hungry

    The pic with the planes reflection in the standing water is :cool: @Express
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  7. JAG

    JAG 70cc twin V2

    I don't have any big electrics. I would hate the short flight times. Plus the sound of gas is sweet.
  8. rfan_1

    rfan_1 New to GSN!

    I agree on the sweet sound of the gassers, but not at the crack of dawn, when the wind is the lowest and the temps down here in TX are bearable. This is where the electrics shine. The neighbors sure appreciate it. How long is your average flight?
  9. Iv'e got a new 30cc MXS-R that I am going electric with. I have the plane, Hacker motor, Castle ESC, batts and servos, but after 2 years it's still not done LOL!!!!! One of the days or years I'll finish it.

    Also got a foamie 56" T-28 with full retracts/sequenced gear doors, flaps and operating speed brakes.

    And a Trex 700 flybarless electric heli, yep.....I'm a closet shank boner

    But I still fly big gassers also:D
  10. JAG

    JAG 70cc twin V2

    Our field doesn't really have any close neighbors so the sound isn't really an issue. My 20cc I fly 12-15 mins but still have 1/4 tank of I ned to fly longer. Takes me longer to land sometimes if it's windy. I like to have a buffer.
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