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Sport Aerobat for 2 x 40s

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cymaz08/12/2019 09:22:42
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No. Make the STM (sport twin model) into a SQM (sport quad model).

Jon - Laser Engines08/12/2019 13:45:33
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Nice work!

I hope this thread helps put a lid on all the nonsense that is said about twins, especially the engine failure aspect. From the sound of it you did more or less everything right, keeping power on to maintain the speed and using the tall flappy bit at the back to keep it straight. After that it is, as you rightly say, a non event.

Nigel R08/12/2019 20:32:24
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Thank you gents

Cymaz, a quad, you are a bad man!

Although now you mention more engines, it strikes me that I could quite easily retrofit another motor into the front end of this airframe...

Rich too10/12/2019 11:29:42
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That’s great Nigel, and cracking photos yes

Timo Starkloff10/12/2019 18:20:51
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Thanks for these great pictures and congratulations for an exciting new model

Concerning sound, two engines are perfect, Nigel. I saw a few four-engine ones, they don’t get that certain sound when both engines are running at the same rpms.

Timo

Edited By Timo Starkloff on 10/12/2019 18:23:54

Nigel R14/12/2019 21:04:37
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Appreciate the kind words chaps.

Rich I'll pass that on to my dad!

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