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    33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    has anybody gotthe 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee flying?? please let me know...more info to follow.

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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    I'm interested too, seems like a really fun plane.
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    My review kit arrived the other day, I'm waiting for the engine.

    Its huge LOL
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    Yeah, 10.8' wingspan is nice and big. Seems like a pretty gentle flying plane though.
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    I finished mine on Saturday and put the first 2 flights on Sunday, It's my new favorite airplane.
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

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    OK your not getting off that easy.[>:][>:] Give me some details on how she flies and what engine did you go with.

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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee


    ORIGINAL: Pilot P51

    Psheffield
    OK your not getting off that easy.[>:][>:] Give me some details on how she flies and what engine did you go with.

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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    Ok,the Pawnee is a great flying airplane, take off it tracked strait down the runway and lifted off with ease not one click of trim strait and level. Does basic aerobatics with ease landings are smooth and easy.Hope to get more flights in on Sunday.As for power I used a BME 116 it fits inside the cowl without any cutting and has tons of power.

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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    Soounds good, I think this will me next plane.
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    You got some pics?
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    Psheffield
    thanks for the info. I was not sure about what engine to use. Sounds like the G82 is way more power then you need for this plane, but that is what they recommend. I think I am going to have to get one of these puppies as well. I am a crop duster guy any ways.

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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    I'm leaning towards the DA100 becuase its going into glider tug duty.
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    That is a great engine, I will probably go with the GT80, I have used several of the G62 engines on my war birds and never had an engine failer. Both are very good motors.
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    If I were just bombing around it would get the GT80 no problem, I've run a couple of them before.

    I'll be runnng Spektrum digital servos, a 9 channel DSMX receiver with my JR 11x, a Falcon carbon prop, WrongWayRC A123 batteries for receiver and ignition and a RedAeroRC custom pilot.
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    I also,have a Pawnee,I got a short flight before it got to dark , T-80 runs very good lots of power we took the baffles out of the mufflers,its going to be fun,12x all JR.
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    Hi guys my buddy and I have been flying and Aerotoing with his Pawnee using a DLA 112 and towing a 6 meter KA8b DA 100 would be ok but DA 120 is better and it fits in the cowl, oh and if your ears get sore you can fit canisters!
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    just maidened mine yesterday. Great plane. Does anyone have any pictures showing the cowl setup for a DA100? Not sure how to cut the holes for the muffler...

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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee


    ORIGINAL: teryn1

    just maidened mine yesterday. Great plane. Does anyone have any pictures showing the cowl setup for a DA100? Not sure how to cut the holes for the muffler...

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    Split the cowl first it makes life much easier.

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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    any pictures of cowls with engines installed?

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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    I got my pawnee just about done.I'm building a set of mufflers for it,they are 6 inches long 2inch dia.They angle downward to go under the motor box.I also made a half inch spacer to fit between muffler a cyl head inorder to lower the muffler alittle so its not such a sharp angle.The mufflers outlet pipes will exits from rear of mufflers.The mufflers are going to mount to a DA 100. I'm a welder by trade i weld stainless and i do aluminun everything i do is done by tig welding.If anybody needs help or ideas contact me at josephwmayer@charter.net.I'll post pictures when i get them done.

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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    The more I see this plane in action the more I like it, it seems like a joy to fly.
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    Here is how many are handling the fittment of cans.

    As we are from Down Under working on the underside is easy :-)[img][/img]

    modify the front bottom half of teh Pawnee, by removing the underside covering and adding a floor and sides. Basically boxing the structure for added strength and so teh pipes fit into the underside of the Pawnee. It is simple and effective and done right adds strength to the undercarriage as well with little weight gain.

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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    Any pictures on how you did the tow hook arrangement? Can you send some to me? kd4jaz@gmail.com

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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    Ready for test flying!
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    RE: 33% hanger 9 piper pawnee

    I just picked up my Pawnee yesterday, I have a DA-100 planned for her. Would like to get some smoke off the wings to simulate dusting.... I've read some have had success with baby powder and air, just wondering what others have tried.


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