How many of you guys fly RC Planes too?

Discussion in 'Hangar Flying' started by Pietenpolflyer, Jan 23, 2004.

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  1. Mar 2, 2018 #361

    Victor Bravo

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    Oops ! I meant search for Boeing 707, not 701
     
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    I managed to figure that out :)
     
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    As RC model builder I am not a fan of these "drones" that anybody almost have these days, but my curiosity push me to purchase a Hubsan H501S drone, just to be able to make air to air video shots of my RC models flying. Last day my son was flying (the drone and I was trying to fly foolishly around.) :)
    From the video is clearly seen that we both need some more practice... :roll:

     
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    What convenient timing for this thread to come back up. I’m looking to convert a couple 48” span 3 channel old timers to electric but have no idea what size motor, prop and ESC to use. I’d like to run 3s batteries since Ihave a bunch but other than that I don’t really know anything about power unit selection.

    Any suggestions?
     

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