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Old 02-24-2009, 06:18 AM
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Old 02-24-2009, 06:52 PM
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www.timpa.org ...thats my regular site, happens to be where the tucson shootout is held.... i thought thats what you meant by patutte, i liked it...i havent weighed it, my scale only goes up to 23, guess i could try the bathroom scale, or do my fuse and wings seperate on my more "accurate" scale, im guessing im somewhere between 28-30lbs, most guys are on the 28 side, mine always seem heavier for some reason, could be the gallons of epoxy i use, anyway i do love the way that thing runs, must be the rotary valves or whatever they call it, its snappy for sure
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every plane I have ever 3D'd was easier to harrier and hover tail heavy.... more tail heavy was easier... but also krappier for every other flight regime.....

It is OK to go tail heavy to ease learning TR's and harriers... but once you get it... move the CG fwd to neutral or a RCH north of neutral.. My Compy SX and my FUNTANA 140S in a vertical power off dive will pull thru about 5 or 10 degrees in 800 to 1000 feet.....

This plane is near neutral... (Like the CG is .25" ahead of true neutral point... yes.. the fuel tank is on the CG)

http://www.giantcircus.com/Videos/SX-Cable-2009.wmv
Old 03-07-2009, 09:43 AM
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nice vid
Old 05-01-2009, 12:11 AM
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guess i'll have to get practicing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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WOW. Very impressive!

110% control. Respect.

What is the maneuver called at 3.02?

Thanks
Old 05-10-2009, 08:07 AM
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here is me and a buddy practicing some hovers with our profiles

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zG9CO9eVtD8
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WOW. Very impressive! 110% control. Respect. What is the maneuver called at 3.02? Thanks

Sorry for the late reply... that is a Knife Edge spin.... at one time called a "Hanno Screw"

That is really the only thing a Super Extra will do fast!!! lol
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Dave

Do you have any Expo dialed into your Rudder?
Old 05-18-2009, 06:34 PM
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yeh i got 75% but the thing still likes to wag
Old 07-08-2009, 06:39 AM
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Mike, this thread has been of great help for me. Thanks!
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here is a short vid of me doing some flat spins and some KE stuff, nothing too special, but fun

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsHauR64fmk
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here is a short vid of me doing some flat spins and some KE stuff, nothing too special, but fun

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsHauR64fmk

looks like a beautiful flying site... Where???
Can I come Visit???
Old 08-19-2009, 06:01 PM
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its timpa.org, home of the tucson shootout, thats coming up in october, i think it starts during the week of the 6th and goes til sunday, thatd be a good time to visit to watch, but not to fly, come over anytime
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here is another vid of me having some down low fun this time, you can see my surfaces moving in a few slides

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFR254dr5uE
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here is a vid i just made with me and my buddy and his 88" yak hovering together, this was a blast!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSgDS5eAdfQ
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Hi guys some great tips & vids on here keep up the good flying,as i said in a prior visit I LOVE 3D
here is my last vids 122'' yak da150 88'' yak 3w55cs
cheers glen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_Lcu41rS7w
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnDmW-wM5Ss
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nice vids
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Hi all,I have just started building a modeltech 3Demon to get me started in this type of flying.
The instructions suggest HS 225MG's I have gone for Hitecs HS-5475HB digital servos
cause I had some sitting around they are Karbonite geared , does anyone have any
experience with these servos on 46 to 52 sized 3D planes.
I have only used these servo's on scale planes & only in the last couple of months.
Cheers Steffan.
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i know alot of people were using them on the chinn yak profile from extreme flight, seemed to work well on that plane, which has a 50 2 stroke or a 82 4 stroke, to give an idea of size
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Good to know , thanks for that.
Steffan.
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Hi all,I have just started building a modeltech 3Demon to get me started in this type of flying.
The instructions suggest HS 225MG's I have gone for Hitecs HS-5475HB digital servos
cause I had some sitting around they are Karbonite geared , does anyone have any
experience with these servos on 46 to 52 sized 3D planes.
I have only used these servo's on scale planes & only in the last couple of months.
Cheers Steffan.
I like to run my servos on 6 volts for more speed and torque. I perfer faster servos for 3d.
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ditto on that, i run 6v on everything
Old 09-11-2009, 07:23 AM
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Cheers for the advice ,will pick up another 6v battery this week.
The other plane I have used these servo,s on was my 150 sized
Gee Bee Z on 6volts 1 servo for each control surface.
Cheers Steffan.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXTNg87gsHw

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yuh'all can check out the vids I have here.....

http://www.giantcircus.com/VIDEO_PAGE.htm

one'r'two are instructional.... a bit of flying as well!!!

Bernhard Kager is pretty good!!!

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