hhhmmmm, sorry to hear about that but good to know. looks like the fully length LOC coupler is the way I will go.
making a coupler from a tube isn't a bad idea, but I'm thinking having LOC cut one is best as I will be 100% sure that the "stiffy" coupler will...
that oughta work. ...for now ;-)
Good thought, I will ask. If possible that will prove to be several ounces lighter than the blue tube piece
Blue tube due to the ease of sourcing a full length piece. IMO a single piece is key. Also, a. quick glance at the measurements indicates that...
looking to build something of a moderate size that will accomplish two goals:
- fly on a full H to 1800ish feet (about as high as I really want...
^^^ THIS ^^^
I am far from L3, but if/when I get there the though process will mimic that of my current builds: "what do I want to accomplish and...
LOC customer service is some of the best in the industry
Sanding and filling
Filling and sanding
My two. Not the oldest but they have put in work
Holy crap jd2, that is one sexy motor case!
Moving forward. With the fin can complete I am now working the electrics bay and payload/ coupler assemblies.
I thought long and had about this,...
I have a pair of red motors, but I really dig that blue!!!
Cool deal and congrats on a great flight!!!!!
Cool deal Chuck, and good to hear that the sims prove that metal tip isn’t needed.
That said, I remember from many posts ago that the “factory...
I like this one. Not sure that I agree with the fin can approach but it looks like you are doing a good job
This kit is surly on my short list...
Some pictures of the next round of fillets as well as the “micro bevel” that I put on each fin
I’ve got one more set of fillets then...
Using T88 for the fillets. Can’t say that I am happy with it. Don’t get me wrong, it is strong stuff and great for the mmt and fin roots, but the...
I hope so too my friend!
That was a real heartbreaker to be sure
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