Discussion in 'Circus Flight Log' started by WrongWay, Oct 18, 2012.
He needs lucky shorts !
FYI to all. The new 35 inch electric kit is in stock... mostly CNC, builds very fast... can even make p huck grunt...
Intro price is for two weeks...
That profile looks super stable in a harrier- nice work WWRC!
Thanks man. FWIW, the design of the kit, and the ones mentioned below... belongs to a friend of mine who has gotten himself into two full time jobs... no time to run kits so I am distributing the EE-25 and others for him. These were designed in cooperation with Jeff Williams a top pilot in IMAC and 3D.
Soon to come, the EE 60(Extra Extra) for Saito 100, 125 or DLE20= ws, 60" fuse 60', 978 wing area and under 7 lbs...
Also coming soon the EE (Extra Extra 71 inch V2) which is for 30cc and has a 71 inch winspan, 67 inch fuse span, and about 9 pounds buid weight...
Right after that I will be adding the EE-50cc, This is a hoot..
93 inch wingspan, fuse about 88.... wing area 2040 weight with DLE55 and a single battery setup is about 16.25 pounds...
Looks like I will need a bigger trailer.
Here is the 50cc that was maiden ed about a year ago...
More bowling team action.
When disco was in...circa 1974...
Huck O Ween shirt order going in Tuesday.
Something new..Now available but will also bring to HOW.
Recently my $19 Chinese 3 cell lipo, going on a year and half old has swollen up like a ballpark frank in my TX.
I decided I need to follow up on the queries from customers for an A123 like TX pak. No A123 cells will fit due to size so I have sourced some hi quality 20c LIFE packs. Testing is done. They are WW approved and on the site.
Now I just gotta get out and do some flying.....
In my new ride!!
Futaba 14sg is only a 2-cell setup... Got one for the rest of the world?
I also added this one to the site. I had sourced them as a lightweight ignition or small plane (20cc on down) flight pack. They are 20c and plenty capable.
Not sure if the measurements are going to work for you.
Pack dimensions (L) 3.5 inch x (W) 1.625 inch x (Thickness) 1/2 inch
Dum question. I have been running on lipos and lithions, is it ok to run 6.6v on a DLE ignition? I have always regulated it at 6.
Old DLE ignitions are 4.8 to 6.0v
New DLE (since the end of last year) are 4.8 to 8.4
The first one has different feedback. Some say, use 6.6 some come buy a new ignition after they used 6.6 for 5-20 flights... I gues you can say... your results may vary.
The new higer voltage ignitons can take the voltage but reportedly stop working at around 4.6v (as compared to the first gen ignitons would work down to around 3.8-4.0v.
Look on your DLE ignition box and see if it says 4.8 to 6.o or 4.8 to 8.4
Some will use a regulator on the first gen igniton.. I also make a voltage reducer using diodes that is WW quality... report one out of 500 go bad but I could not get it back to test why.
Just tweaked my GP-61 on a Falcon 24x9 CF prop... Now on about the 4th tank and getting 6850 hot.... flying tomorrow...
No more deadsticks (I hope).. found some foreign material in the carb screen. Not sure what it was but it was not from the new tank... very fine black metal as best as I can tell...
Thanks man! I'll check my ignition, but I bought the engine from VVRC a couple years ago, so it's most probably the 6volt one.
1 11/16 tall
Center mount hole to center mount hole 1 1/4
ID Venturi opening 1 5/16
ID Base opening 3/4 inch
Spun aluminum 6061
Who needs one..?
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