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Old 11-17-2011, 01:16 PM
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Sence I have some wood laying around Why not build a 90mm jet.
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Old 11-17-2011, 06:13 PM
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You are to be commended. In this day and age of cra##y ARF's and other assorted, imported junk, they are very few of us around who will attempt to build from scratch.

And before fans of ARF's jump all over me, remember this. Tomorrow's ARF is today's scratch build.

Go for it, angelrcdesign
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Yes! But if some one do not like the way its built, Your going to take it apart. Will make it better. Here some more pic. covered.
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Hey man...nice work! Must be a New Jersey thing with these scratch builds. I started my 90mm Scratch build 3+ years ago. Mine has since been molded and upgraded to a 100mm now. I molded the fuse and build a couple of them and now working on molding the wing and tail. It's called the Blaze.

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1152186
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Hello Hows it going, Yes I saw you at the Floyd Bennette fld. Its Angel , Still flying D/F stuff. Well I'm going with a Byron F-20 with Bigscreamer 650kv.
The 90mm , going lite with it, no retracts, but can take off the gear, flying stab on these thing, Midi fan ,ARC on 6 cell. See how she go...
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ORIGINAL: angelrcdesign

Hello Hows it going, Yes I saw you at the Floyd Bennette fld. Its Angel , Still flying D/F stuff. Well I'm going with a Byron F-20 with Bigscreamer 650kv.
The 90mm , going lite with it, no retracts, but can take off the gear, flying stab on these thing, Midi fan ,ARC on 6 cell. See how she go...
Nice work Angel! I see F-20 tigetshark & F-11F in her very nice!
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Well she flyssssss.
Act, pretty good with a lepard 36-74 1900kv on 6s 3300 packs and off grass quickly. The power is 1:1 nice vertical with the 5000 pack just another 15ft and she off. I will try to get some vid next time.

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