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Acro WOT

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Mike Stevens05/05/2008 13:08:00
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Yes Tim - but I get lost in RCMF


iawnski06/05/2008 13:01:00
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few years ago i had one with a webra 61 went like the wind/ really really wicked/push bike  clips on my  legs when fling /had it for a few years/ now change to slope only /build was easy plenty room youll enjoy it/go get one
Jon04/09/2008 12:11:00
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Also at the point of getting a Acro Wot for my first low wing after passing the A test which is yet to happen as I'm still waiting for the strat of this so called "flying season" I hear you chaps speaking of! When is it in the UK? Think I may have to water proof my old trainer so I can fly in the rain, may get chance to take the test then

I too want to electrify an Acro Wot...    any tips, ideas, ect..

I use a 500w motor with a 5000 mA 4s Lipo in my trainer...hoping to simply swap them over...

your ideas please

kind regards Jon

Jon04/09/2008 12:28:00
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Mike Adams asked:- 

"Has anyone out there electrified an AcroWot?
If so, details please. And if this should come to the attention of Mr Foss, has he any thoughts about this? An AXI 41.xx.xx something, or equivalent? And with the AXI above I guess the u/c legs'd need to be longer to cope with a bigger prop"

Did you get any replies Mike?


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