micro rc cookup

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uhu
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micro rc cookup

Postby uhu » Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:08 am

Someone interested in a micro rc coockup?
any model, any material, any set-up?
I Still have (part of) the bones of an Albatros (plans Earl Stahl) I would like to finish.

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Re: micro rc cookup

Postby Site Admin (Dave) » Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:29 am

It's funny Uhu. I wanted to make an R/C peanut eindecker in stick and tissue and is why I came looking for tips on SFA. That's when I found the forum had gone sideways. Having built one half of the wing so far, I have since then been working on this site! :D
This might be the ticket to get me to continue the original plan.

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Re: micro rc cookup

Postby uhu » Sat Oct 15, 2016 4:14 pm

we start at 5?

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Re: micro rc cookup

Postby Sambinofly » Wed Dec 07, 2016 9:14 pm

Sounds like a plan to me. I have done several smallish micro RC scale projects in the last few years, mostly intended for indoor use during the foul weather winter season. Currently have two half finished projects... a DH6 and a Chilton DW1/1 both at 16 " span (from dime scale ff plans).
These are the among the smallest R/C jobs I have attempted but small enough is gear is readily available (on hand actually!).
Sam
I've been messing with small FFs (+ other stuff) for years.
An aspect of FF that seems to hold my interest is electric powered old timers.
Can't recall all models but most were for the FAC OT replica event. A favourite is Louis Garami's Half Pint.


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