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|Thread: Revolver Pusher type Autogyro trainer|
Rich What I mean by black box...is where there is supposed to be a video, and I did see the one you posted of my "balancing Act " for a short time...but now it's a black box.
I also find this site runs very slow. I type the words and then sit and wait to see them appear.(strange)
Thanks Rich as I said...must be simple me .I was going to put up a flying Revolver video ..but I'm pretty sure it will not appear. You know I must be good at something....just haven't found out yet what it is ( I had better be quick)
Is there a problem with the video clips on this site ?...or it could just simply be me … because I only black boxes.
Nice ONE Steve...I mean TWO...
Just like a bought one..............
I was thinking when I built this model that this would be the one to fly as a two blade. Over the years I have tried a Minimum,Mantis and Atom.....but to be honest they were all on the twitchy side and not as "comfortable "to fly.
SOOOOOOO I do hope you show us the "magic" two blade conversion for this model.
I do like the colours and your build .
I have not seen that selection for many years .I remember that Peter O used it on his Minimum.
Tim I'm using DYS D3536 1000kv turning a 10X 5 ..plenty of power
Tim …. what's with the 8" three blade prop? I'm running a 10 X 5 ...fit's in OK
Well unfortunately we can't expect all the wiring from all our electrics to fit every application that may be required....so the old soldering iron has to come out sometimes. I have had to cut wires shorter sometimes ...just to get it all in to a small space.
Thanks Rich....I kind of thought that you may come to the rescue...you know what I' m like
Unable to post video here...so posted it on RCG Revolver thread
Edited By Chris Dowell on 17/05/2019 05:38:30
I did have a new video showing this operation BUT unfortunately ..I seem to be unable do so.
Edited By Chris Dowell on 17/05/2019 03:18:41
As some of you are getting close to the end of your build.......please make sure you balance the head assembly as one unit to help stop any induced 'wobble"
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