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The 'What did you do in your workshop tonight?' thread

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale RC General Discussions' started by Xpress, Sep 13, 2014.

   
  1. Snoopy1

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    Get RF 8 had X did not work and sent it back.
     
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  3. stangflyer

    stangflyer I like 'em "BIG"!

    I am really glad you mentioned this. I was interested in the "X". But I had heard there was some nasty issues. I like my RF8 and have been very pleased with it so...why change right?
     
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    Had the Python on the scales yesterday trying to work out weight and balance. Batteries wound up in the tail with the receiver in a tough to reach spot.
    Spent hours making the wiring nice. I’m a bit OCD. No, make that CDO (where one is so OCD, the letters must be in order). Was a bit hot in the shop, and I didn’t grab a shot of the finished work before leaving for the day.
    Almost have her ready to fly. One more shop day should do the trick!
     

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  5. Xpress

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    WHEW! What a crazy past 2 weeks it's been. We moved our ENTIRE Hitec warehouse to a smaller facility (our old warehouse was too big for us for a long time) and it's just been chaotic getting stuff setup again. We finally have phone and data up and going again today :) I'm sure as soon as our marketing team reviews all of the photos I've taken then we will get them posted.
     
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  6. stangflyer

    stangflyer I like 'em "BIG"!

    Oh for Pete's sake, will you hurry up already? Better yet, lemme come blast it off for you!! Lol. J/K... I am really excited for you. I bet it will be a heck of a sweet flyer!
     
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    That’s one heck of an offer, and it’s a deal! Hurry up and get here!!
     
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  8. stangflyer

    stangflyer I like 'em "BIG"!

    Should I take the train? Or maybe a passenger jet? Or..oh hey, how about the Bus. Naaa…. I know. I will jump in my Behemoth Yak and fly myself there. Course I would have to stop every twenty minutes for some Redline Hi-test blend. Gimmie a little time, and don't start without me. LOL.
    Gonna be following your progress. :way_to_go:
     
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    Ok everything cleaned up in the shop, so I took my Inverse 33 out of storage and getting it ready to fly it is new build it last winter to about 90% done. So getting the 10% done. Will run the engine hopefully today and get it all tuned up. Check the gas tank install the batteries and check the balance. Set up the radio and then wait for a good day. Do any of you gentleman have advice when comes to an Inverse 33 from Hanger 9.
     
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    Well it is alll done radio ready just need to re bind the radio. Engine ran great this is my first plane with a canister will find out how I like it did not sound like I thought it would but we will find out at the field. The maiden flight will most likely be Friday if the weather is ok.
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