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Krill 35% extra 330sc

Discussion in 'Other Manufacturers' started by 3dbandit, Apr 1, 2014.

   
  1. 3dbandit

    3dbandit 100cc

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    Hello all, I started assembly of my krill extra and I could not find much on it anywhere.

    Specifically, I could not get a definitive answer as to which way the servos are installed in the wings; Spline forward or aft?

    Also, where is a good starting point for the CG?

    I would appreciate any info you may have that could be posted in this thread.

    I will post what I can find here in this thread, along with flight videos.
     
  2. dth7

    dth7 3DRCF Regional Ambassador

    Wow, stepping up a notch. Krill- $$$$$. Supposed to be really nice.
     
  3. gyro

    gyro GSN Contributor

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    Jacob is still in search of a large airframe that can stand up to his flying style & abilities! The poor Krill doesn't know what it's in for...
     
  4. 3dbandit

    3dbandit 100cc

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    They are verrrrrrrrrrrrrry nice. I will upload some pics soon.

    I am very happy with it. One of the things I really like is it has a pre-installed bell crank system for the rudder to take the load off the servo. Also, there are a lot of pre-built trays and bulk heads, in addition to a fuel tank tray that sits on top of the CG.

    I like that all the control surfaces are easily removed by pulling a pin; making transport, maintenance, and repairs easy.
     
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  5. 3dbandit

    3dbandit 100cc

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    LOL,

    I am finding that airframes over 50cc cant really handle XA, thats what my 88 edge is for.

    This is going to be my freestyle air-frame, It wont be flown tooooo hard. It needs to last.
     

  6. dth7

    dth7 3DRCF Regional Ambassador

    We found that out when I flew Enterprises 110" Yak. I pushed a KE wall from KE not super fast and "pop". Fortunately didn't lose the wing but popped 3-4 ribs. It a lot of abuse for the big airframes. That Krill will be a super IMAC and Freestyle plane. Enjoy.
     
  7. 3dbandit

    3dbandit 100cc

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    Final throws.

    Ailerons:40 elevator:40 rudder:35


    Pics and build info coming soon.
     
  8. 3dbandit

    3dbandit 100cc

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    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1397689575.821003.jpg

    Quick pick of the insides. Just finished running all the wires and fuel system.
     
  9. dth7

    dth7 3DRCF Regional Ambassador

    Purdy innards man! Does that rudder cam run 2 to 2 or 1 to 2 as pictured?
     
  10. gyro

    gyro GSN Contributor

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    Looks purdy!!! Love the built in pull-pull setup.
     
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