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Seagull:95" B-25

Old 12-31-2019, 05:18 AM
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I was surprised there hadn't been a thread already started. If someone knows about such here on RCU, please link it.
i bought one from VQwarbirds.
I was informed there were a couple others, within an hour of me, that had also acquired one. I would invite anyone to participate here, especially if you have or are planning to get this model.


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Couple of photos....
Good size cavity for batteries or other if fuel

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Flaps already in place and completely hinged....one servo per wing
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Here's the manual...it's unfortunately not listed on VQs site right now.

https://d2ravhumit6erf.cloudfront.net/media/wysiwyg/Documents/Seagull_model/SACH_330.compressed.pdf

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This is the data sheet from JP Hobby for the retract controller. There is no information provided with the gear, except a picture on the side of the box.
Maybe it was an oversight when packaged, but no manual for the gear was included.
As it's a bit specific, it's pretty important.

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I want one what you using for power
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I'm doing electric.
Two turnigy g160s on 10s spinning 18x12 props
It would fly on 6s power 60s I'm sure as I have an ESM me110 on that setup.
There's a YouTube video of an individual going with 20cc gas


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The rudders and gear doors all require a servo of the hs225 mini size. They can be digital or whatever. The recommended servo is listed for the nose gear in the manual...i think it's an hs5245mg.

The retract controller from JP hobbies is powered by a 2s lipo separate from the rx.
I will be using a 2s LiFE pack instead of lipo so I can use Hs225mgs instead as the digital high voltage servos are $40 each.. not at all bad, but already had hs225mgs

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