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  • steven gubala
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    Very nice weathering. like the touch of blue-jean look

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  • Oxotnik
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    Originally posted by t01ga View Post
    Oxotnik Hey, thanks man. But I think that competition is exclusive to products what Motion sells. I just have to wait for an Eflite competition
    Yes, it is exclusive to Motion products. Brain cramp on my end. Beautiful work nonetheless.

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  • t01ga
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    Oxotnik Hey, thanks man. But I think that competition is exclusive to products what Motion sells. I just have to wait for an Eflite competition

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  • Oxotnik
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    Tolga, when you get it completely finished, take some great outdoor photos, then enter your plane in next year's March Madness competition. I think that with a good photo, your 190 would have a really good shot at winning the competition. Fantastic work!!!

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  • boomer108
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    Thanks Gunner, appreciate that.

    The control stick was the finishing touch.
    Looks battle worn and battle ready. Great work!

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    Originally posted by e4dragongunner View Post
    Wow !! Awesome man! Great work..... This may be my next project!
    Thanks Gunner, appreciate that.

    The control stick was the finishing touch.

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  • e4dragongunner
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    Wow !! Awesome man! Great work..... This may be my next project!

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  • t01ga
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ID:	307395 Clear coat ready. I didn’t realised it has been 6 weeks.

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  • t01ga
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    Originally posted by quitcherbitchen View Post
    very impressive Tolga.
    Thanks buddy!

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  • quitcherbitchen
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    very impressive Tolga.

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  • Gilatrout
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    Mmm tasty Spitfire target

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  • t01ga
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    Originally posted by quitcherbitchen View Post
    t01ga Is that 3d printed?
    No, scratch built with images from the net.

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  • quitcherbitchen
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    t01ga Is that 3d printed?

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  • t01ga
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    Originally posted by Elbee View Post

    TG, Absolutely brilliant. Bravo Zulu, Sir. Best, LB
    Thank you, appreciate it!

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  • Elbee
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    Originally posted by t01ga View Post
    ] Cockpit mod coming along nicely.
    TG, Absolutely brilliant. Bravo Zulu, Sir. Best, LB

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  • Coconut
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    I fly that big FW 190 on RF 9.5 and that's exactly how I land it. Keep her horizontal with a steady low throttle, and she will settle down on the mains smoothly.

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  • Oxotnik
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    I've only flown mine on grass. It'll still ground loop, if I'm not careful, especially on landing, if I try to turn before it's slowed down enough.

    Today, I took my Weisse 5 to the field and sortied her 5 or 6 times. I think that I have finally figured how she wants to be landed. I had been trying to 3-point her and/or pin her tail immediately after landing. I figured out today, that I have the best luck if I DO NOT give her Up E as I'm touching down. That nose-high attitude seems to make her more prone for an ugly bounce. What I discovered today is that she really likes to be wheels-landed with the tail horizontal. Get her leveled off and reduce throttle, to let her settle in. Don't try to flare her for touchdown and don't pin the tail after landing. Keep the tail level and let it drop naturally, just don't let the tail rise any more. I shot tons of T-n-Gs today and only had one ugly bounce, and that one was a badly botched short-final approach. I hit a bunch of greasers, a few small skips (but not bad at all), and only one bad bounce (and I powered up and flew out of it). I do wish that this 190 was more forgiving on landings, but if you figure out how she wants to be landed, she can be landed without ugly bounces.

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  • Gilatrout
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    Played around with mine on a grass field today. The ground handling on grass was so much better. It was like it was a different plane.

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  • t01ga
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    Originally posted by steven gubala View Post
    Hey Tolga, what tape did you use, great job.
    Thanks man. I use 6 and 10mm Tamiya masking tape.

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