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Just couldn't wait....

This won't be the build thread but here's a couple pics of one of my latest projects...The EE25. It's a seriously smaller version of the EEV2 :roll: :lol: at 35.5" wing span. The build went well with only minor things I want to change.

Joker is going to also be building one and we'll give flight reports.

I'm going with a Norvel 25 and, later, a E-:gay: setup.

In the bones it's 5.6oz and it has 350 sq. in on the wing.

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Looking good Hazz!

What would be the appropriate E motor? G10 or bigger?

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Nothing like some fresh balsa porn first thing in the morning. :drool:
 

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McGoo said:
Nothing like some fresh balsa porn first thing in the morning. :drool:
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

On the E- :gay: I'm not sure....maybe a Turnigy TR 28-30B (14A 1050Kv), AXI 2212/26, or equivalent power would be good? There are ppl that know a lot more about this than me on here.
 

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Might as well pack it with my 60.
 

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Burrito Bandito said:
Looking good Hazz!

What would be the appropriate E motor? G10 or bigger?

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E400 should do it, sabre35 gear

looks good Hazz!
 

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uuuuhhhhhhhh...............I will have what he is having.
Is that a solid piece of wood from the motor mount all the way back to the trailing edge of the wing or just sheeting? Is that where the tube attaches or dose it go through the wing?
 

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nitrofevr said:
uuuuhhhhhhhh...............I will have what he is having.
Is that a solid piece of wood from the motor mount all the way back to the trailing edge of the wing or just sheeting? Is that where the tube attaches or dose it go through the wing?
What you're seeing is a ply balsa ply lamination that traps the fuse tube. It goes several inches into the wing saddle but doesn't go all the way into the center of the wing with the way I stepped it. And, being trapped by ply on both sides and 1/4" balsa top and bottom, seems to be very strong. I even added gussets at the top to strengthen it more (probably over kill). here's a pic before the birch ply sides were glued on.

Make sense?

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Thanks Hazz. Thats pretty much how I thought it was. Looks very good, and how does one go about getting there hands on one? :roll: :lol:
 

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Thanks Hazz. Thats pretty much how I thought it was. Looks very good, and how does one go about getting there hands on one? :roll: :lol:
I'll get them ready to sell once the first two fly. Probably be ready in a month or so. I just want to confirm a few things before Bro's start hammering them although, from what I see, this is pretty good as is. I did this with the early EEV2's and PBAndy showed that I needed to strengthen the horizontal and vertical stabs :roll: 8) :lol: Those 90Mph blenders are rough on a plane :shock: :lol:
 

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90 MPH blenders.. yeah, it's a 50-50 shot the plane makes it through un-harmed… as seen here, 50billion G's is not enough for Velcro straps (only used one thinking it would be fine) :lol:
http://www.youtube.com/user/probroandy# ... g8KDa824gU

the 6S 5000 ejected through the canopy and lipo is toast. (listen for the thud about the same time I set the plane down)
it was a haul butt…in the wind blender. I laugh everytime I watch this LOL!
 

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Thats a great Andy maneuver!!!
Andyblending?!
Saludos.
 
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