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3D MOJO 65 w/20cc Build

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale Scratch and Kit Build Threads' started by Alky6, Oct 19, 2016.

  1. Luchnia

    Luchnia 70cc twin V2

    I never really thought about looking at the tail of the plane more. I don't know what I do. I think for the most part I am paying attention to the entire plane and more on the nose of the airplane. I wonder what most others do when they are down low?
  2. BalsaDust

    BalsaDust Moderator

    Everybody forms their own way. I just found that watching the tail you can see the plane starting to fall one way or the other and catch it sooner. At least that's what I'm seeing.
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  3. I look at the tail. It is like balancing a broom, easier to do in close.
    I have tried others advice and switch to looking at the nose when doing it belly in. It helps but I cannot say I have found a solution that works consistently when doing belly in.
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  4. Alky6

    Alky6 150cc

    All good stuff here guys. Gotta lot of gettin' to it to do.... LOL. Soon. Soon. Lots of learning to do.

    Engine mounted, throttle hooked up. Need to finish out the ailerons and fuel system. Can't believe I am almost over the finish line!
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  5. 49dimes

    49dimes Damn I'm hungry

    I fall in to a trance :trance: and stare right in to the canopy. Thinking I'm inside........Then I start making airplane noises :geek:.

    That's what I do down low :ooh?:

    Jetpainter, HRRC Flyer, Alky6 and 2 others like this.
  6. Luchnia

    Luchnia 70cc twin V2

    Trance? So maybe that could be called full on hover stasis? :geek: :attaboy:
  7. Alky6

    Alky6 150cc

    Fully assembled, dry weight = 8.5 lbs. Ran the engine tonight, started right up after I got the fuel in the pump. Have some things to double check, tighten up, and adjust. Then schedule a maiden. May be a bit before I get there, but we'll see. The tach is only temporary sitting on the fuse. Will pull it off before flying.

  8. Nice job.
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  9. BalsaDust

    BalsaDust Moderator

    Yup that turned out looking great.
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  10. Alky6

    Alky6 150cc

    Thanks guys! Appreciated all the input as well!

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