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Old 01-04-2013, 08:12 PM
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Hey, I'm new to gas and was thinking about getting a sbachs combo with a DLE35. What torque servos are required for a setup like this, and do they have to be metal gear? Is hitec's Karbonite gear setup a no no for gas?
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:06 PM
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Hitec Hs645MG are great in 30-35cc birds. Inexpensive and stone-ax reliable. I use them in gas warbirds and my turbines, too. Love 'em!
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:57 PM
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if's itsa pilot aircraft they told me a 90oz was enough on 6v was .iv got a extra 260 30cc 26% use futaba 3152 on alirons and hitech-5645 on all the rest of the plane works great . better safe than sorry theres a new servo out were useing on a 3-d profile plane 90.90 size there called solar servosthere best servo is only 17.00 bucks a piece. and they have worked flawless so far cameout latelast year. there digatal, metal gear, core less, and test rusults. they very fast and center better than the hightec do ?? ck it out ..theyare great so far i think they have like 300oz on 6 volts . were still use them in a cheap plane to test out but after 30 flights there work with out a proublem can ck them out from heli x . they have videos on them . and the ones were useing were only 9.00 dollars a piece there not even the best ones they make ..the control surfaces u need to worry about is the elv. and pull pull rudder on a stunt plane. when you really start to punish the bird .

our war birds weigh 30 + ilbs still useing ht 5645 on them but theres a big diff. in cost for sure that hitec is about 40.00 bucks a piece
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I need a stock muffler, anyone know where I can get one? I dont see them in any of the web stores.
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Old 01-05-2013, 08:58 AM
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Call ValleyView. They have a lot of parts that aren't on the website.
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Hi

Here,s my CMP 120 ZERO , DLE-35RA ,

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Here,s my CMP 120 ZERO , DLE-35RA ,

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Holly cow, that thing should have some power. How did it balance?
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Old 01-05-2013, 11:15 AM
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if's its a pilot aircraft they told me a 90oz was enough on 6v was .iv got a extra 260 30cc 26% use futaba 3152 on alirons and hitech-5645 on all the rest of the plane works great . better safe than sorry theres a new servo out were useing on a 3-d profile plane 90.90 size there called solar servos there best servo is only 17.00 bucks a piece. and they have worked flawless so far cameout late last year. there digatal, metal gear, core less, and test rusults. they very fast and center better than the hightec do ?? ck it out ..they are great so far i think they have like 300oz on 6 volts . were still use them in a cheap plane to test out but after 30 flights there work with out a proublem can ck them out from heli x . they have videos on them . and the ones were useing were only 9.00 dollars a piece there not even the best ones they make ..the control surfaces u need to worry about is the elv. and pull pull rudder on a stunt plane. when you really start to punish the bird .

our war birds weigh 30 + ilbs still useing ht 5645 on them but theres a big diff. in cost for sure that hitec is about 40.00 bucks a piece

You need more torque on the ailerons than on the the elevator halves don't you? I'm a little nervous about putting generic servos in an expensive set up, they might be great but just a little scarry. I put some generic 9G servos(maybe EXI's) on a 11.1V aerobatic plane and so far they have been great but I don't have much money in the plane.
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Old 01-05-2013, 12:34 PM
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It had a JC-28 in it , and it balanced perfectly ,........ The JC-28,s C/G ( Engine only ) , the cylinder is much more forward on the JC , than the DLE-35RA . Which makes the JC a much heaver engine . So , both engines weigh about the same with ignition , and battery . But with the cylinder more forward on the JC , ................. the DLE wins in the weight area ,

The lower profile on the DLE is much , much , better fit .

The DLE-35 RA gives out about 15 / 17 lbs of thrust , the plane weighs in , at a little over 13 lbs ,................. absolute , " BALLISTIC " , and makes great low passes

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CKout the solar servos the d-772 here high volt. 368oz of torque at 6.0v. at 7.4 they have 417 oz.there only 17.50 buck a piece . were flying a 3-dprofile plane with a 9.00 servos in it after 20 flights they are working flawless the only thing they dont come with is groments for mounting and bushings there good looking and appear to be made great there fast and center perfect .. heres a short cut to a video http://www.xheli.com/coro.htmlhope this helps i know the feeling there to good to be true but so far there perfect. im from the old school you get what you pay for. but so far there better than i expeted. and as far as what control surface catches the most abuse is the elv. and rudder think about it astraight in dive and have to pull out the elv catches hell. the speed and weight of the plane is all there.
,. asfar as the rudder a knife edge the rudder is really in a bind the alerions are more of a turning fuction. a snap is when they are more under a load for 3-d the speed is what you looking for the plane is not really moving very fast at all. a old man told me once theres a thousnad reason for a airplane not to fly and only one why it should.. the old timers most of the time are right on ? if you just listen>>
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anyone knows if the 4 prop holes are the same distance as the dle-30 ?
i would like to buy a drill jic, and it say's it for the dle30...but there is nothing written for a dle 35 .....
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Old 01-06-2013, 05:17 AM
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Yes ,....................... The DLE-30 and the DLE-35RA , have the same drill pattern .You could also use the front plate of the hub as a drill pattern .

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rcguy59,
Where is the field in the pics. of your plane located at? I'm up north of you in Shoreline, just north of Seattle.
I need to find a club, or field that has a smooth runway for my Habu 32.

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Our field is located in Roy, Wa., about 20 miles south of tacoma. Go to www.mrrcs.org to see our club website. There is a map on the site. If you'd like to come down and fly as a guest, PMme for my email address. AMA is required. Our runway is 300x40ft. 600ft. overall. Much nicer than Scarymoor.
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ho, lucky rc

our field way way way wayyyyyyyyyyyy smaller.....i wish i had a landingstroke like that !
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Our field gets a bit tight above 150mph. With a heavier turbine-powered model, things get interesting very quickly. Once you learn to deal with it, it's not too bad, as long as you do everything right.
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i got one, brand new.... http://www.benl.ebay.be/itm/stock-mu...item337fcdbe0a
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I just received a DLE35RA

I was looking at the ignition module and noticed it has " 6# " stamped on the front lower right side. The back of the module has a sticker that in part reads "Special for DLE35".

Does anybody know if this module has some odd advance curve like the DLE20 #4 does or is it more like a standard RCEXL module that is used on a DLE55.

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Nikonlarry posted this in the 20cc thread

I have updated the chart on the models to include the voltage

20 4# Model A-01 6V
20 4# Model A-01 6V
20 3# Model A-02 8.4V
30 3# Model A-01 6V
35-RA 6# Model A-02 8.4V
55-RA 5# Model A-02 8.4V
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MTK shoot me an email sometime we can discuss the 35RA. I have some stuff I plan to do to mine. I plan to swing a heavy load though around 5,000-5,500 rpm.
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Raptor,

I don't have a subscription to this thread but do check it from time to time...that's when I saw your post. Contact me directly at my email address please.

To turn this engine that slow I think you are looking for a belt drive. I really wish someone made a good belt reduction drive that was light enough and not terribly expensive.
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Belt drive I think would be easy to do but would be expensive to make it light. I might get more rpm than that but going to run Biela 18x10 three blade props on my 35's. they say they are = to a 20x10 prop in load.
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I have not run the Biela 3 blader but have the Mezjlik 18x10 carbon 3 blader. Used it on the piped OS GT33 and it worked well enough as a break in prop. It really needs an 18x11 or 12, 3 blader but I don't think they are available. I've considered making a woodie but haven't done it yet.

I now use the 20x10.5 apc 2 blader and the OS is as happy as can be. Could still use abit more prop, but my landing gear won't allow it.

Don't know how the DLE would do with the 3 blader; I have the 35RA and will know in a couple months when weather cooperates
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