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Old 05-11-2008, 10:37 PM
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Thought I'd post of few pics of my Sapac Eurofighter. Hopefully the madien flight will be next weekend.

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Old 05-20-2008, 06:45 PM
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Nice paint job.

What brand of air brush are you using?
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Thanks Larry,

I used a single action Paasche.

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Very Nice indead!! Awsome Airplane, Awsome paint sceam!

I couldnt help but spraying my A-10
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SoppyJoe,

Since you obviously own the eurofighter and I'm thinking about buying one, I have a quick question about it.

Have you modded it and how good does it fly?
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I have two friends that have the sapac eurofighter, and both encounterd the same problem:

The factory setup pulls 40+ amps and the ESC is rated at 30. They put the ESC under the cockpit and it will overtemp and melt it gets so hot. I put my ESC down in the intake and after 20+ flights its still going, but I stay out of the throttle alot. As for flying its ok not the smoothest flying edf out there but its fun to fly. Im going to upgrade the ESC up to a 40amp one here soon.

If your interested in a GREAT flying EDF the Rafale is a much better flying airplane and I have one NIB for sale in the for sale ads under ducted fans. So far its the best flying edf of this size I have ever flown.

Any questions let me know and I will answer them the best I can.

Regards!

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The twins!
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Nice camo vettster! Painting foamys is addictive!

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guys how do i post pics?

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