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Giuseppe Saroli02/02/2016 13:49:31
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Giuseppe Saroli02/02/2016 13:50:12
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Giuseppe Saroli02/02/2016 13:50:46
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Devcon102/02/2016 23:33:02
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Hi Giuseppe,

That's looking terrific . love the charge panel, where did you get it ?

I've got the same engine in a 1/3 scale Turbulent which I'm very happy with. Worth checking one thing though. I had a very small leak where the carb sits in the crankcase so had to seal it.



Giuseppe Saroli03/02/2016 07:51:06
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Hi John nice to here from you again thanks for the tip on the engine I will keep a eye on the carb, if you using yours on a 1/3 scale turbulent then on mine with a anticipated weight of 5kg should fly on half throttle!

The switch is AGM Heavy duty dual switch from eBay there are many type of it including one with a filler cap all anodised aluminium and very good quality in my opinion specially for £15 posted

All the best Giuseppe

Giuseppe Saroli20/05/2016 09:01:50
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The Zlin aviation as added another bobber to there collection of aircraft and is called the Savage Agilis and in my view is just beautiful and wrapping you legs around a 100bhp rotax engine is just awesome to me it resembles the Air Bike a ultralight aircraft from America with a savage bobber look it should be straight forward to build and is going to be my next project using the same wings and tails and engine of my savage trainer

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Robert Ladd28/11/2016 13:55:47
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Would you be willing to sell the plans for the bobber?

Giuseppe Saroli24/04/2017 13:28:04
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Love to give to you ,but cant do as is faded away from my building board sad but if you get a piper cub plan just dont cover the fuselage and with a slight modification you got you self a Bobber who la

Giuseppe Saroli21/09/2018 12:54:11
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Hi everyone

On my agile project I need some low profile servos and I was wondering if I can use low profile retract servo for elevator and rudder just like normal servos the like of

Hitec hs 77bb speed 4.8/6v 0.18/0.14 sec @60 degree or

Hitec hs 75bb speed 4.8/6v 0.45/0.34sec @180 degree

Can i use them ok and Which is better 60 degree or 180


Giuseppe Saroli12/11/2018 12:36:15
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Getting there

Nigel R12/11/2018 13:07:48
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"Hitec hs 75bb speed 4.8/6v 0.45/0.34sec @180 degree"

HS75 cannot be used for anything but retracts (unless you enjoy a two position elevator!) as it goes from end to end with no in between stops.

The 77 is a more normal sort of servo.

Giuseppe Saroli12/11/2018 13:10:42
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Thanks Nigel

Andy Joyce12/03/2019 19:26:58
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Have drawn an A0 plan for a 1/4 scale Bobber using power point if anyone wants it. Cant guarantee its accuracy though as nothing really to reference it against other than the pictures on the Zlin site.

Metal construction underway using 7mm stainless steel .

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