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Old 12-16-2012, 05:12 AM
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Hello friends:

I build another Hotspot (my 3rd) and I would like to know how much Hotspots there are in flight ???

Please put photos !!!


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Old 12-16-2012, 06:02 AM
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Hello
I still have mine. Just finished an overhaul so that it can live another 10 years It had a P-120 in its early days and for the past six years a P-160. It has been clocked at 555 km\h. That was its record but it's a regular at around 480 km\h. It can also fly quite slow with a high alfa. Mine is pictured on my avatar. It is still my favourite RC airplane of all times, prop or jet and the most pleasant and smooth to fly. I am thinking of buying another one.

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Hi Paul:

I think this is yours, true ?

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Old 12-16-2012, 06:17 AM
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Hello Carlos

No, I think that's Delgato's from athens. When I get to my PC I will post some pictures.

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Mine will be flying for when the weather warms up. It needs a little love, and I just got that canopy from you for it.

Originally, I was going to put a JC Falcon in it for power... But now... I'm thinking I want a little more. I'll probably look for a used P-120 for it.

I don't have any pics of it right now... but I found a pic of it from 2002, with it's original owner.




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Just so these are in a newer thread.... here's the build guide from Bob, and some of the original Grupner stuff.
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Hi:

This photo was in my maiden fly. With simjet 120 great !!!

From the left, me my friend Arturo, Eduardo and wife (pilot of fire extinger plane), my father and more pilots and mechanics.

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My original Hotspot is still flying, I built it in 2000.
I just bought another, so I can have some vintage jet flying :-) Maybe a P-180RX

Dw
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For a 10yr old jet model it still looks brilliant.

Does it have flaps or just elevons plus the airbrake ?
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ORIGINAL: Dave Wilshere

My original Hotspot is still flying, I built it in 2000.
I just bought another, so I can have some vintage jet flying :-) Maybe a P-180RX

Dw
Dave you never told me that you got a new one it will be a blast with the 180. Did you manage to source the canopys for me?

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Old 12-16-2012, 07:31 AM
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nothing special but thats my baby http://www.petame.gr/forumv/showthread.php?t=3308


(carbon and kevlar reinforcements + p160sx + twin 7955hitec per wing )


[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kclDiDy7jdA[/youtube]
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Here is a member of the G-Force Squadron known as #7. JR at the controls with a JetCat P80 for a heartbeat.
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ORIGINAL: iiievolution

Hello
I still have mine. Just finished an overhaul so that it can live another 10 years It had a P-120 in its early days and for the past six years a P-160. It has been clocked at 555 km\h. That was its record but it's a regular at around 480 km\h.
Man, that is smoking fast. Is this a typo, or has it been repeated regularly to validate it when you were going that fast?? That's about 345mph! The advantages to flying outside the US... you can go as fast as you want
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Hello

No, not a typo. The 555 was recorded at an open day we had at our international airport on new years eve a few years back. 555.3 to be exact. Even I was a surprised by that. There were many people there to witness that, some are on here too like Chris and Jim. The 480 km\h is what I would get on an average flight without pushing too much.
NOTE even though we do not have speed restriction here, all this is done with great care and safety in mind. I used to fly from a remote disused airbase and on salt flats.

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Heres mine. It has a home built engine but that is being rebuilt after a mishap! Once back together it will be maidened!

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Hi Carlos

Here is my Hot Spot in flight and still going strong!

AMT Mercury Powered!
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YES !!!

I hope more people show their models, in Brasil there are a lot of Hots...

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I wish the hotspot was still being kitted. I always wanted one, had a kit once but foolishly sold it
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ORIGINAL: LGM Graphix

I wish the hotspot was still being kitted. I always wanted one, had a kit once but foolishly sold it

It is still being kitted.
I picked up a kit at this years Jetpower.

It is sold now by Thorsten Klaus from airtech-jetteam, he took over the original Liebetrau molds. [link=http://www.air-tech.info/html/frame.html]http://www.air-tech.info/html/frame.html[/link]

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ORIGINAL: John Tancock

Hi Carlos

Here is my Hot Spot in flight and still going strong!

AMT Mercury Powered!
Ah yes! I forgot I had 1 1/2!! The fuselage of this one was mine for flying at Sandown Park show a few years back (no retracts or gear fitted) Rob Westwater then had it and finished the wings.

Paul. Should get canopies in he new year. Only did the deal after I saw you last!

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Hi again:

I have the molds....

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Here is mine that was built in 2002. This was my first jet and is still flying today.
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How times have changed! at one time a vintage model stank of ether or had rubber bands in it driving a propeller which looked like one from a ship.
Now we talk about 'vintage' and 'turbine' in the same sentence.
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ORIGINAL: Dave Wilshere


ORIGINAL: John Tancock

Hi Carlos

Here is my Hot Spot in flight and still going strong!

AMT Mercury Powered!
Ah yes! I forgot I had 1 1/2!! The fuselage of this one was mine for flying at Sandown Park show a few years back (no retracts or gear fitted) Rob Westwater then had it and finished the wings.

Paul. Should get canopies in he new year. Only did the deal after I saw you last!

Dave
Thanks Dave
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Funny thread

First a Kangaroo afterwords a Rookie and now I am building a new Hotspot also.
These delta planes are very cool.

Flying well, fast, easy to transport and a great look, anda fair price

Here is a picture of one of my headaches
I have used a lot of hours to find a good solution for the airbrake..

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