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sharkeyauau 03-09-2010 06:40 PM

nitro powered f-27 styker
 


Hi all i have put a little cox engine on my stryker , I will post somer picks today ,but what i was wondering has anyone put a nitro motor on a styker before and willthe cox be powerful enough,
I just thought i'd ask before i fly it, if not will let you know later today how it goes.
Any pics of your stykers that have been modified would be cool too
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Bonified Wingnut 03-09-2010 10:21 PM

RE: nitro powered f-27 styker
 
Sounds weak, but cool. I was going to make a foam delta with an OS 10 or 15. Let me know how it went.-BW

sharkeyauau 03-10-2010 12:06 AM

RE: nitro powered f-27 styker
 
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if the little cox isnt strong enough i've got a cox queen bee .074 the one in the pic, i can put on it but that means more work conecting up a throttle servo andstuff but it would be really cool with a throttle

Bonified Wingnut 03-10-2010 07:38 AM

RE: nitro powered f-27 styker
 
It looks good. I was wondering how you mounted it. How much does it weigh? I used to have one of those .074's, it neve did make it into a plane. Ya can't beat throttle control. I think the .049 might fly it but it will be quite docile. A 2 blade 6x4 for a prop might be good also. You might want to post in the "Electric to Glow conversion" forum. I think they would like to see this.-BW


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