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    F3P build

    Here are some video links.

    First is mounting carbon fiber through 3 mm depron foam.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwmXH1VimMc

    Second is mounting the X braces

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBW4conOo9c

    Third is the last cross piece.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDI7ZZWhpa0

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    RE: F3P build

    Layout is simple. Flat surface is easy to make. Angles are cut well on the Fancy Foam design. Fuselages to wing joint is simple.
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    RE: F3P build

    Top of fuselage mounted. Servos mounted. JR 188 are fast and precise. Motor mounted, eflight 250 with Castle 9. Landing gear mounted.

    Would like to thank my neighbor (a fellow Aussie) for the airbrush assistance.

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    RE: F3P build

    Getting ready for the indoor fly in this Saturday at West Potomac High School.

    Link is below. Will be trying out F3P.


    http://www.rcuniverse.com/community/...m?eventid=4747

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    RE: F3P build

    Airplane complete flies good F3P rolls are slow and predictable. Flight speed is slow and graceful.
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    RE: F3P build

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