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    Drag Chute

    Drag Chute
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    thanks for info Buzz

    thanks for info Buzz
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    ESC/receiver separation distance

    Hi guys

    I am in process of trying to set up a new plane on electric. I am wondering what the distance between the esc and receiver should be? Is there any danger of rf noise getting into the...
  4. Thread: New airplane

    by aa2dd
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    RE: New airplane

    how about G.P. 60 sized stick and DLE-20. match made in heaven! Mine is a blast to fly.


    Bruce
    aa2dd
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    RE: Want a carry around flier

    how about a great planes electrick stick. flies great. dont have to carry fuel, the tail feathers remove with two bolts. all you have to carry is couple batteries and the tx. no nasty clean up, etc....
  6. RE: DLE20 runs perrrrrrrrrrrrrrrfect - should I....

    heeee heeee ....... smart move rooster!


    Bruce
  7. RE: DLE20 runs perrrrrrrrrrrrrrrfect - should I....

    if you had the most beautiful gal in the world, would you want her to have a face lift in the hopes she would improve?????? Leave it alone and enjoy!

    Bruce
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    how does this rate!

    sticking index and middle finger into prop turning 10k. bones/joints exposed, tendons exposed, 30 stitches to close. index finger half stiff forever, not to mention...
  9. RE: How Much Voltage Can Can A Hobbico Starter Take?

    I have been running 2, 3cell lipo batteries in series for couple of years. works great. so far no problems with the Hobbico starter.
    just be sure that you have a good grip on starter when you...
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    RE: Great planes big stick 60

    are you serious? the ugly sticks are like a beautiful lady. gracefull flowing lines. only thing more purty than an ugly stick is two of them! Put a DLE 20 and 5" wheels on, and its breath taking!...
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    RE: Great Planes Giant Ugly Stick

    thanks for the info. sounds like the 35 going to do the job. almost ready to maiden her. need to finish programming my fg12 and balancing. then ready for the big moment!

    Bruce

    aa2dd
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    RE: Great Planes Giant Ugly Stick

    hogshead ...... wondering how your DLE35 pulls this plane? I am assembling one also. Its about ready to balance and give a try. the plane is so large and heavy, I have been wondering if MY DLE 35 was...
  13. RE: Can this be fixed or do i need to buy new??

    hmmmmmm what makes you think it was accidental???? ;)
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    RE: Great Planes Giant Ugly Stick

    Hi Rich...... thanks for the photos. Appreciate them


    Bruce
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    RE: Great Planes Giant Ugly Stick

    ok guys thanks. I mounted my engine upright. also, the muffler is at rear of the engine. On my engine, the plug wire is going to fit between two stacks coming from the "muffler" a hollow can. looks...
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    RE: Great Planes Giant Ugly Stick

    hi Rich...... thanks for the response. I would really like to see a photo of how you done this. have my engine mounted, but not going to proceed untill i see the photo. Please send or post for me.
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    RE: Great Planes Giant Ugly Stick

    Wondering how you ran the spark plug connection from the ignition module to the plug? Did you feed it thru the hole in the firewall, or cut a hole in top of the fuse?

    Bruce

    aa2dd
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    RE: Giant Big Stick Info Please

    ohhhhh btw, thanks for the information on the firewall. you guys are absolutely correct as to the reason for the offset lineup. the firewall is built in with a slight angle. thanks again guys.

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    RE: Giant Big Stick Info Please

    hello

    all the push rods on this plane i built from carbon fiber rod. the threaded ends are glued in with jb weld. have done this before and no failures so far.

    Bruce

    aa2dd
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    RE: Giant Big Stick Info Please

    response ..... sorry ..... duhhhhhh!!!!!


    Bruce
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    RE: Giant Big Stick Info Please

    thanks guys. I will follow the advice you all posted. thanks again ... appreciate the help

    Bruce
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    RE: Giant Big Stick Info Please

    Hi Mike

    thanks for responce. I used radio south hinges. made the push rods from carbon fiber.
    will follow your advice on engine mounting. was thinking about using my DL-50, but was a...
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    Giant Big Stick Info Please

    Hi folks

    In process of assembling a GP Giant Big Stick. The fire wall is laid out with the opening for fuel lines, and center line for engine off center and towards the port side of the...
  24. Thread: New DLE 35

    by aa2dd
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    RE: New DLE 35

    When I made last trip to Graves, I bought a pair of 6" wheels for ground clearance. maybe just stick my DL 50 on, and go easy on throttle. heee heee yea ..... go easy shore I can do that!!!!!!

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  25. Thread: New DLE 35

    by aa2dd
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    RE: New DLE 35

    thanks for reply. have not built the stick yet. However, the instruction manual states weight to fall between 13 and 15 pounds.

    i have a dl 50, but little nervous about putting that much engine...
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