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Ken Lighten03/05/2019 22:03:26
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Chill Breeze almost finished, foam wing and Irvine.39 for power

Nigel R04/05/2019 06:37:04
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Posted by Ken Lighten on 03/05/2019 22:03:26:

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Chill Breeze almost finished, foam wing and Irvine.39 for power

Very nice. Irvine 39 power too, what's not to like?

Tony Bennett04/05/2019 16:48:32
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my latest two nearly finished projects.

Tony B

Jon Laughton05/05/2019 00:29:57
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Almost finished this Sebart 50E PC21...OS81 F/S powered...

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Stephen Jones05/05/2019 10:08:27
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Posted by Tony Bennett on 04/05/2019 16:48:32:

my latest two nearly finished projects.

Tony B

I like the top one, thumbs up.

I made something similar years ago and was considering making it again only this time around i would fit an electric motor.
Look forward to seeing some flight videos of that one have you named it yet.

Steve

Tony Bennett05/05/2019 10:35:10
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its called the Jetish wink

electric motor in the nose, fixed u/c

all foam with balsa spars.

lets hope it works.

Tony B

Stephen Jones05/05/2019 11:25:47
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Hi Tony,

It should fly great mine looked very similar rolls where axle good speed range.

High speed flights and nice slow high alpha landings The only problem with mine was the ic engine.

Good luck with you`re maiden.

I wish i had some pictures of mine to show you, I think i still have the wings and tail plane but sadly that`s all.

Steve smiley

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Paul Marsh05/05/2019 16:04:13
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Not really "new" or my model, but bought from ebay for £26, but come with a Futaba FASST rx and ready to go. There were some new APC props, chicken stick and fuel as well.
Going to use this model as a hack to test new protocols on, for example a Taranis radio and this radio's reliability and put the Futaba rx for another model after test fly...

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Adrian Smith 105/05/2019 16:47:14
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Cracking job on that Chilli Breeze Ken! yes

Don Fry05/05/2019 17:07:52
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And you'll see it on a murky day.

Stuart Quinn-Harvie 105/05/2019 22:34:20
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That Chilli Breeze is a stonker really very splendid work Ken!

Stuart Quinn-Harvie 105/05/2019 22:35:45
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I like those Rockets: a new one on me and lovely work all concerned.

Stuart Quinn-Harvie 105/05/2019 22:43:47
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Oh and here's mine: a Chris Reid Mignon - slightly mucked about with,hence I might call it Minion instead

3s D2836/8 1100KV. A really quick build and nice and easy. Was going to give it some test flying today but I was unwell.

Free plan in RCM&E last year. I like building from free plans - it's a splendid reeducation after a long break away.

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Paul Marsh06/05/2019 12:16:36
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wet today, so put light in the pss hawk and roundals. its got no intakes and if i like psss, but so far its either been wet, wrong wind or been ic flying.

give it a go, the reason why I gave up gliders in the first place. Got the Cloud but seems its always against it.

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David P Williams06/05/2019 18:27:50
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Finally built a Panther from the free plan, SC52FS power. Used the Sarik cut parts but wish I'd saved the money as I could probably have done it from my scrapbox. The covering is all leftover bits of HK film, trying to make something that I won't lose the orientation of. Just need weather, time, inclination and bicycle clips now.

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Chris Walby06/05/2019 18:32:58
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Nice one David, really like the colour scheme and do please let us know how you get on. Always fancied one, but not yet gained the bottle to have a go!

Stuphedd06/05/2019 22:14:44
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My diminutive Sterling Great Lakes fitted with UMX radio going for its Maiden and then siting on top of a telewag pole .

so it flew !!!

now it can be "painted up "

cheers

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Stephen Jones06/05/2019 23:12:31
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Posted by Stuphedd on 06/05/2019 22:14:44:

My diminutive Sterling Great Lakes fitted with UMX radio going for its Maiden and then siting on top of a telewag pole .

so it flew !!!

now it can be "painted up "

cheers

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Nice thumbs up,

Be careful with the paint not to add to much weight.

Or just leave it as it is, looks great to me.

Steve

silent bob07/05/2019 01:13:54
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Hobbyking 1500mm Ezio

I didnt like the pink and grey decals it came with so i did my own.

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Peter Miller12/05/2019 18:12:46
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Test Flew My Waco PG-2 today. THis is a new build of my old Waco. GThis was orginally published in R/C Model World and then later in RCM in the USA. Powered with two Cox 049 adn later with Speed 400 motors.

This one has two brushess motors and it si grossly over power, it even threw prop blades in flight.

62" span, 500 sqin, wieght is 2lbs 12 ounces (1255 grams)

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