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    RE: Global Hawk UAV - EDF

    if this plane flies well it might be an interesting micro for me to build.
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    RE: Global Hawk UAV - EDF

    this is a good model...i built one last year and she flys wonderfully...the cg is at the spar so you have to relocate the mains rearward...this will eliminate a lot of the weight up front up to keep the nose down...clean up the ducting and you can fly her on a 3s 2100 pack...hope this helps...

    http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...ht=global+hawk

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    RE: Global Hawk UAV - EDF

    Gunracer,

    Thank you for your comments and for your build information on the Global Hawk. Now that
    I have read your build, you are the Master of the Hawk! I hope that I can get mine finished
    this season and with your forum as a guide, I think that I can. I'm glad that you posted the
    link.

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    RE: Global Hawk UAV - EDF

    Nice, but wonder if there will be a fibreglass version?
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    RE: Global Hawk UAV - EDF

    anything i can do to help, let me know...just about done with a pusher prop version of this kit...i'll post pixs and a vid at rcg and link it here...

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    RE: Global Hawk UAV - EDF

    subscribing

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    RE: Global Hawk UAV - EDF

    Ok, I have to have one now. Bad news is sonicelectric are sold out and do not antisipate geting more due to not having a steady market for them.

    Ok folks, find dealers that will not charge $150 for an ARF that was sold for $75!!!! "I want my Global Hawk!"

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    RE: Global Hawk UAV - EDF

    Hi,

    Just a quick Query before I glue - are Y connectors used for the tail and the ailerons ?

    Which chanels connect to which ?

    Do I use mixing ?

    Sorry if the answers are self evident but just thought I'd ask now while I can still alter the config.

    Many Thanks

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    RE: Global Hawk UAV - EDF


    From the  Predator Rq-1B thread

    < Message edited by papajeff 6/2/2008 8:42 PM >



    You are not alone, as the "V" tail configuration is a little confusing. Try this; from the back of the plane,
    twist, on the axis, slightly to the right. Now, the top (left "V" tail) becomes the rudder and the right "V"
    tail becomes the elevator. Then set up your receiver (I used a Spektrum AR 6100) as follows;
    ESC to Throttle position
    Aileron servos to Aileron position
    Top (left "V" tail) servo to Elevator position
    Right "V" tail servo to Rudder position

    Depending on your transmitter, (I use a DX-7) you may have a "V" tail setting mode that has to be
    enabled. This sure worked for me, so give it a try and let me know if it turned out OK.

    Also, there are 4 servos needed; 2 for the ailerons and one for each of the "V" tails.


    Is this the same config for the Global Hawk ?

    Just a quick Query before I glue - are Y connectors used for the tail and the ailerons ?

    Sorry if the answers are self evident but just thought I'd ask now while I can still alter the config.

    Many Thanks



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    RE: Global Hawk UAV - EDF

    Connected and glued just hope I guessed right


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