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    My Micro dazzler project



    I have a .40 size dazzler but due to the lack of flying space i decided to build a micro dazzler so i took the full size plans to kinkos and had them shrunk down to 60% there org. size. The wing span is 28 1/2" heres where i'm at so far. Aso how small can i go on servos and not run into issues and the org. plans call for strips on top of each rib do you think its needed on this?


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    RE: My Micro dazzler project

    the cap strips keeps the airfoil true and makes it resistance to warps,so I would add them.Inresting project,Ihad one,great plane.

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    RE: My Micro dazzler project

    Thats what i thought it shouldn't add to much weight. I'll be curious to see the final weight on this. I'm hoping to run a 300 brushless and 3s 850 battery. but we'll see.

    thanks,
    KZ

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    RE: My Micro dazzler project

    making some progress heres the fuse.




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    RE: My Micro dazzler project

    Moving right along....



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    RE: My Micro dazzler project

    pretty much finished only need canopy all elec. ect installed and working.
    RTF weight is 15oz. and i should have 15oz of thrust. should be a mover with 1:1 power ratio



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    RE: My Micro dazzler project

    What is going on with your project?????????

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    RE: My Micro dazzler project

    It's all done although i did end up adding 1 inch to the front of the plane to move the motor out farther to balance it better. It flys well but i'm still playing with props. and i run 3s 800mha battery and get 8+min of strong flying. verticals are not unlimited but really close. It takes off in about 8-10 feet. and i can really slow it down on landings but it does take some time to slow down, I was surprised on my first couple approaches with power off it wizzed by me and i had to power up and come back around and bleed more speed off to land it where i wanted. All in all i'm happy with it and will continue to play with it till its exactly how i want it.

    KZ

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    RE: My Micro dazzler project

    Good,I love when a plan works!!!


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