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Old 05-12-2011, 01:02 PM
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Avaiojet
 
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Default RE: Not wanting bellcrank

OK, OK! I get it!

A model that flies well is better than one that looks good and flies like, "Holly crap Batman!"

How far up the fuse side should I go?

However, with inertia pulling the model out and the weight mostly on top, wouldn't this counter act the weight and drag of the flying wires? Possibly?

Also. For power I'm using an old but NIB, OS 80 R/C. Swings a large prop. This engine is suppose to have great power, but another modeler said it only has the power of a .40.

I'd like to believe the guy is incorrect.

Anyone know this engine?

Charles