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To go slow or not to go slow?

Old 03-28-2005, 09:57 PM
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Default To go slow or not to go slow?

I have a WAMF and want it to be alittle slower like a rec park flyer or like a slow stick, makinhg it really manuverable and easyier to fly, any way to make it slower(a new gearbox is in mind but need the right one). Any suggestions would be great, i think a lot of people might like this info so post away.

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Old 03-31-2005, 07:26 PM
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ok well decided to make a new plane using .5mm brass rods and some balsa,but my shop doesn't cary carbon fiber rods so i'm outa luck
o well. So any suggestions on the plane i should make?
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Are you stripping the gear out of the WAMF or using other stuff and if so what gear are you planning on using?

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