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Old 02-19-2010, 10:46 AM
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Well it showed up today! I have some stuff to do for a while but I plan to build it tonight hopefully. We fly in the Superior dome on sunday which is when I hope to maiden it. Here's a pic of how it comes.

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Old 01-01-2011, 09:58 PM
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DOne...should have done a build thread. It was a tedious build for my big hands...

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Old 01-01-2011, 11:06 PM
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she looks good hope to see the flight reprots.
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Nice job Mr. Mugen,
Here is a copy of a micro Piaget. I bought the EPP kit, traced it on some 3mm Depron and cut it out. Flies good but I want to lighten it up some. I have a lighter receiver I'm going to put in and re test.
One of the pictures shows the big difference in stiffness.
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Nice work! I am going to build something similar but more along the lines of Flipper (a plane designed by Pecan Patch). I want a mid motor/prop micro. How does that one fly? Any bad tendencies?
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Old 01-04-2011, 11:16 AM
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Nice,
looks a lot lighter than mine[]
But mine is brushless but that does not necessarily mean it performs better.
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Well this thing flies better than any other micro I have ever flown. I can most likely fly it in my basement (shop) without any issues. It is the most dosile plane with no bad tendedcies at all! I will try and get some vid of it. It flies just like the video you see of it on youtube. Can hang on the prop for the entire flght if wanted. I love it!
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Nice job-
Weight is what 30-34 grams?
inc battery?
Istill have some rx and servos -not long throw an I an going to bulid mor planes - with a under 30 gram goal -
The UMX is great - I just want to try a really small bipe and some monoplanes -
Having done lts of 4-5-6 oz stuff - the new PK Zone equipment let's us do the really micro stuff. My Vapors n Nite Vapors are the weight goal -
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Not 100% sure on the weight. My scale hit the floor a few months back and hasn't worked since. Need a new one. Will get one and report it back here. I can see this being my favortie plane. Can't wait to get good enough to fly in the living room. Later
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Anyone else have this plane?
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