Started by wdeighton, August 04, 2012, 19:05:58 pm
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Quote from: deckit on August 04, 2012, 19:36:14 pmSteve 'Hobster' Hobday has certainly done treeline DS at a spot in the Midlands.
Quote from: deckit on August 04, 2012, 23:36:16 pmCan't disagree with that, Steve, & hope you give it a go! I was thinking more in terms of a machine suited to exploratory work.Don't think I'd wish to risk an MCT on a potential site. Alex seems to have more in way of bravery & skill, 3m mouldies don't come cheap......
Quote from: thermaled on August 05, 2012, 16:49:00 pmAn electric assisted launch with some get out of trouble power would be handy there, and built this glider http://rcspeeds.com/aircraftdetails.aspx?AC=323 with the idea of keeping the fuselage chunky to take a motor and be able to try out places like that. My current one is around 45ozs, so fairly chunky for a 45" wingspan. A lighter built fuse would easily carry the motor and lipo so must try it sometime. Shame I got zero interest in that plane, was quite keen to sell a few as thought it had some potential.
Quote from: thermaled on August 06, 2012, 16:21:28 pmShort kit £75.00 for a solid, coloured epoxy glass fuselage and cnc cut foam coresFuselage with carbon bagged wing and stab, fitted together with surfaces hinged ect £175Elevator servo fits in the tail under a hatch, nose is not completely round though, more squarish with rounded corners but should work well electified, and is where the rk40 section originated. Wings are taped on so can take a lot of punishment. Thanks for the interest and sorry for getting off topic, better pm me if you want to know more or can start a new thread if there is some interest.
Quote from: SpeedsterDEN on August 26, 2012, 20:28:37 pmToday I did 1 hour 26 min. 07 sek in termal with my Arthobby Termik at rc club and smash my old (and the club record) with 21 min. But yesterday I had a little different fun with the AH Termik and the wind and trees at the club.Not much wind, but it gave some laps in the small gusts.Tree line Ds, Arthobby TermikRegardsS
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