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Author Topic: Woody's Pusher scratch build [electric version]  (Read 545 times)
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Old Billygoat
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« on: January 23, 2016, 06:11:31 PM »

Hi  - I'm building a Woody's Pusher from plans I downloaded from Aerofred and/or Outerzone.  I'm building it for electric power and was wondering if anyone else has built one and where do you think my C of G will end up with a 113g/4.02oz motor, prop, ESC setup over the wing and the battery under the pilots [forward] cockpit.  I have opened up the  F1-F2-F3 formers and am trying to design a battery box.
There is room to put the ESC up top with the motor or in the fuselage with the battery; is the length of wiring between the three critical?

Thanks for any input - Steve
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