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T.W. 03-07-2018 03:12 PM

Can anyone identify a Twin-Motor kit which uses Motor Differential Thrust Vectoring?
 
Some time ago I read a magazing review of this type of EPP(?) model and thought . . . one day I'll get one of these, because the insane manoeuvres descrined in the review were so appealing to me. But at that time I had "other priorities", so I put the magazine aside with the intention of "digging it out" again whenever the time was right. Well, that time has finally come, and I've even got a couple of suitable motors set up on my bench which (after a lot of head-scratching) can do the differential motor thrust-vectoring thing. But unfortunately I now can't find the mag, and I can't remember the name nor the manufacturer of the model. I've Googled, and I've searched suppliers websites and model magazine websites, but I've drawn a complete blank

So, does anyone remember seeing this article, remember the name of the mag or the model? Or maybe someone knows where I can find a plan of another, similar, twin-motor-powered delta which i could use?

Thanks,
Tony

cyclops2 03-07-2018 04:25 PM

10 ?? years ago a friend & I had the ones Harbor Freight sold. Small. But very underpowered. Full throttle overheated NIMH in flight. & the simple constant voltage wall chargers rapidly killed the batteries in about 5 flights.

T.W. 03-08-2018 02:52 AM

Thanks for this Cyclops. The review of the model I'm looking for was published more recently than 10 years - maybe 3 or 4 years ago
Tony


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