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  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-16-2014, 02:59 PM
    You can use it with an S-Bus Rx, but need std Digital servos. The iGyro 3e is here for simple installations without a Bus system
    38 replies | 1989 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-16-2014, 06:58 AM
    If CJ is the maiden we can talk through movements and I can even spot for you. Elevator I usually have more expo on down than up by 5% and I'd punch...
    4587 replies | 637325 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-16-2014, 02:04 AM
    Dom All comes down to what you want from the airframe, do you like sharp, soft, responsive, F3a! For you go back to 230-235mm on balance. Some...
    4587 replies | 637325 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-15-2014, 02:59 PM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    I do use that much flap and only 1/8" CROW..the wing is small enough as it is without dumping a whole load more lift! With the stock horn layout you...
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-14-2014, 01:51 PM
    You can go back.My "safe" position for first time UF drivers is conservative. Having been there, I'd go 232mm straight off. Dave
    4587 replies | 637325 view(s)
  • Jgwright's Avatar
    12-14-2014, 11:38 AM
    Oli Do you really think that jet modellers have a need for a 400n engine? It would be way over the permitted thrust in the USA and any suitable...
    28 replies | 2090 view(s)
  • Jgwright's Avatar
    12-14-2014, 02:10 AM
    Mike You should have a good read through the thread. The CG that most fly at is 35mm behind the centre of the wing spar. That is the position I...
    1260 replies | 120829 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-13-2014, 05:17 PM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    OK, finally had a little time today, started looking at wings, one of the things I did on the first one was angle back the flap horns. As designed...
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-13-2014, 02:31 PM
    http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/rc-jets-120/11594024-carf-eurosport-details.html
    24 replies | 705 view(s)
  • Jgwright's Avatar
    12-13-2014, 03:02 AM
    Jgwright replied to a thread Has anybody in RC Jets
    At one of our flying sites, an old WW2 field, we had noise complaints. We did all we could to placate the guy but he just went on and on about it....
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  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-11-2014, 09:48 AM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    You go for their stock 30c packs too? 150mph or there abouts. We had some Tams legs and I thought the stock wire was better on grass. Dave
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-10-2014, 01:21 PM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    Cell number still does not say capacity! It could be 12s 2700's (unlikely) I have flown a couple of Habu 32's and thought they were all a little...
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-10-2014, 11:09 AM
    Josh I'm a big Powerbox fan, but the UF does not need one, its just weight. We designed the wood to take the Sensor switch with two 2200 Li-Pos...
    4587 replies | 637325 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-10-2014, 01:55 AM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    No way of measuring it, but it lands slow enough with fill flap, some CROW (3mm) Biggest thing is the flap control set up is poor, the way they show...
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-09-2014, 03:47 PM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    Yeh, mine was OK, I know a few were that dry...
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-09-2014, 02:28 PM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    I don't have it anymore, but I'd say wet was around 8lb. I know some of the conversions done were heavy with moulded tanks and double walled tail...
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-09-2014, 12:10 PM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    As far as structural integrity, no worries. It was obviously designed by someone who knew what they were doing, EDF and turbine are similar OA...
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  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-09-2014, 02:28 AM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    Here is another that HH UK did, but not a complete flight. www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKaRGyhGEpE
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-09-2014, 02:24 AM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    Wing and tail are different. Stall speed was never a problem on my Habu 32 turbine. Most of the flights I did were on grass. This is a poor video of...
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-08-2014, 02:37 PM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    I put over 130 flights on my P-20 powered Habu 32 before selling it on, I'm interested to see any difference too, I have access to an Original Habu...
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-08-2014, 09:57 AM
    Dave Wilshere replied to a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    Yep! P-20. Started getting stuff together today, we did quite a few conversions on the old version, around 5% more wing on this one and the fuselage...
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-08-2014, 09:51 AM
    Yes, PB confirmed that it learns every boot up. But most people do and full and free check before flying, and PB say if you don't do it on the ground...
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  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-08-2014, 06:35 AM
    Mark Ready for Classic Jets? Dave
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  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-08-2014, 05:52 AM
    Dave Wilshere started a thread Habu 32X in RC Jets
    Just had in some of the new Habu 32x kits. Really liked my original Habu 32, converted to turbine power it was a perfect winter/quick fly turbine...
    37 replies | 2202 view(s)
  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-08-2014, 02:30 AM
    Jay I just have a piece of velcro on the side of the fuselage, the lead coming through the hole we put in the former is attached to the fuse side...
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  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-07-2014, 08:39 AM
    JR 8911HV (JR 8921HV in UK) are available Dw
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  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-07-2014, 04:56 AM
    I find the stock install simple and clean and I can see every connection and lead for a quick check Two screws and the plates come out with minimal...
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  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-05-2014, 02:49 PM
    We all use a UK supplier I guess the names are ParafinaPetroleo Keroseno Petroli Queroseno in SPAIN, we use Barretline from England as a...
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  • Dave Wilshere's Avatar
    12-05-2014, 10:47 AM
    The Paraffin you are using I would not, its dirty and low quality. Can you get 28 second heating oil, here it is used in green house heaters (maybe...
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  • Jgwright's Avatar
    12-05-2014, 02:51 AM
    I use an electric scroll saw and I turn the speed down a bit and the blades last quite well. I have cut both carbon fibre 3mm sheet and Fibreglass...
    13 replies | 567 view(s)
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