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Author Topic: Eric Clutton's "Sharkface" for electric R/E/T  (Read 622 times)
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« on: September 22, 2016, 09:00:08 AM »

Just completed and flown this Sharkface in the quick time - for me - of 30 days.  Power is a BRC 140 watt out runner propped with a 6" x 4" APC-E to deliver just under 90 watts from a 2S 850 lipo via 20 amp ESC, so all the power train is operating well within it's comfort zone.  At 300 grams (10.5 oz) AUW this equates to 120 watts per pound and it is very lively through the full range of rudder/elevator aerobatics.  At just 22 inches span it is a perfect modl to throw in the car ready assembled to fly whenever the opportunity presents itself. Built mostly from scrap box off cuts and with the power train and radio (E-Max servos and Orange 2.4 gig Rx) costing about £35 total it offers a great return for the time and money invested.
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