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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....


    ORIGINAL: jon bruml

    Andres

    Thank you for the speedy response. Although I have not seen a Spark before the quality of this plane seems quite impressive
    To be clear you are mounting directly to the nose of the plane with 4mm bolts? Are you placing the 2mm carbon plate between the motor and the spinner ring inside the plane?
    Hi Jon....

    Exactly.
    When I start working at this point I could indicate how many millimeters is the plate .... the moment the idea is that we have discussed.

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    Thanks
    If you have any other building tips i would be most appreciative

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    Lyka

    i noticed that my stabs do not really fit flush against the fuse side. The top of the stab seems flush but there is an 1/8 gap on the bottom on both halves.

    How does your stab fit?

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    Hi Jon,

    To get a nice flush fit on my Spark I had to sand both the wings and stabs. Doesn't need much work however 1/8" sounds like a lot.

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    I was finally able to get the pictures I took off my phone of my Spark Evo.

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    That's nice Andrew. Where are they?

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    Sorry had to upload the pictures.

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    Looks great Andrew! Can't wait to see how it flies.
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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

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    Hi I notice you have a Wind S 50 on the rack, how does it compare to the Osiris?

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    What is the reason for having a belly pan on an electric only plane? I know there is a glo version coming but why the bellypan on this version?

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    Woodie,

    Soon your going to see the glow model that's uses the same fuse but has a difference chin cowl on it. This allows krill to have a single mold for the airplane and not have to cut a bunch of different molds.

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

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    What is the reason for having a belly pan on an electric only plane? I know there is a glo version coming but why the bellypan on this version?

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    Hi Jon....Not in our case, below or above there is no difference.
    Just remember to have cut the stab tube two millimeters

    On the wings, no difference gap.

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    Hi Andrew !!!... fantastic scheme!! ... looks great ....

    Query: CG point ... where?????....behind carbon wing tube ????..10 mm ?????..around ?????.....if do you have reference for to start ?

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....


    ORIGINAL: lyka

    Hi Jon....Not in our case, below or above there is no difference.
    Just remember to have cut the stab tube two millimeters

    On the wings, no difference gap.


    Hi Lyka,

    Thank you for the input. I am also having similar problem where stabs don't fit against the fuselage flush, so hoping you have some suggestions.

    Could you help explain further what does it mean by cutting the stab tube by 2mm? The fit, as I see it, is where one side (either top or the bottom) of the stab come in contact with the fuselage already, and that is preventing the other side of the stab from fitting against the fuselage flush.

    If your stabs fit against the fuselage properly, then perhaps it is just our plane that having the inproper fit.

    Thank you,
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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....


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    Hi Jon....Not in our case, below or above there is no difference.
    Just remember to have cut the stab tube two millimeters

    On the wings, no difference gap.


    Hi Lyka,

    Thank you for the input. I am also having similar problem where stabs don't fit against the fuselage flush, so hoping you have some suggestions.

    Could you help explain further what does it mean by cutting the stab tube by 2mm? The fit, as I see it, is where one side (either top or the bottom) of the stab come in contact with the fuselage already, and that is preventing the other side of the stab from fitting against the fuselage flush.

    If your stabs fit against the fuselage properly, then perhaps it is just our plane that having the inproper fit.

    Thank you,
    Kevin
    Hi Kevin.... in the first time, when I install the two stabs, I see it gap difference but in the top y botom the same...2mm cut off tube stab and perfect... yes, I think that you have improper fit...bad luck...my god !!!

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

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    Nice set up. Thanks for the picts
    I have decided to go with the Pletty 30-10 due to the weight of the q 80

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    Thanks for taking the time to post those pictures. Since I have the identical setup it's very helpful. Mike Mueller
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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    Hi Andres
    Any pictures of the aileron servo installation?

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....


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    Hi Andres
    Any pictures of the aileron servo installation?
    HI Joe..... in two days Iยดll work over the wings....I was seeing the servo place and I think it will be easy to install, much easier than the previous model of SPARK ....
    Today I worked on the rudder horn ... careful with the chosen site, because the internal block is not very big ... the size of the servo arm should be 80 mm long....

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    Hi Andres
    Any pictures of the aileron servo installation?
    I have the servos installed in my Spark Evo, and Andreas is correct. Much easier to install the servo as you have the access panel there to install the servo. Once the servo is installed you then cut the cover to allow the servo arm to come outside. I ran a Du-bro HD arm that measures 1" to get all the throw thats needed. For servo extensions you will want to run a 9" Extension to get the servo lead out of the wing.

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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    Andrew...and the CG ????..do you have any reference ????...
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    RE: New Krill Spark Evo I- Build Thread.....

    How many Watts is the Q80 going produce with which prop?

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