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Author Topic: My latest Primary Force trike gear  (Read 912 times)

Offline djmachinist10

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My latest Primary Force trike gear
« on: November 30, 2021, 04:35:27 PM »
I just finished my second PF:
Cobra 2814-12, Castle lite 50 ESC, Hubin FM-9 timer & Thunder Power 4S-2200 Lipo
57 ft. 0.012 lines, weight ready to fly is 37 oz. 11x6 prop, 5.2 laps
Nose has a removable cheek cowl that hides the Electronics (Tom Morris Style)
Covering is Polyspan, automotive Paint.
She flys great just like my previous Blue PF......Dale

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Re: My latest Primary Force trike gear
« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2021, 04:54:15 PM »
I just finished my second PF:
Cobra 2814-12, Castle lite 50 ESC, Hubin FM-9 timer & Thunder Power 4S-2200 Lipo
57 ft. 0.012 lines, weight ready to fly is 37 oz. 11x6 prop, 5.2 laps
Nose has a removable cheek cowl that hides the Electronics (Tom Morris Style)
Covering is Polyspan, automotive Paint.
She flys great just like my previous Blue PF......Dale

Nice!

And the wingspan is?

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Re: My latest Primary Force trike gear
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2021, 09:59:01 AM »
Hi Dale,
That looks great, good job!  The weight is Awesome and Iím sure it will provide many hours of fun.  Iíve often want to build one with a trike gear but havenít got around to it yet.  Ive also looked into vacuum formed cheek cowl on the inboard side of the fuse for the same reason.  Of course a glass molded version would be lighter but the cost would be much lower as well.  How do you like the power system combo your using?  How does it handle the wind in the verticals & overheadís? 

Thanks for sharing that and keep up the good work,
Mikey

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Re: My latest Primary Force trike gear
« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2021, 07:41:40 AM »
Mike, the power is plenty, the line tension is excellent. I have not flown it much wind so farÖ..Dale


Hi Dale,
That looks great, good job!  The weight is Awesome and Iím sure it will provide many hours of fun.  Iíve often want to build one with a trike gear but havenít got around to it yet.  Ive also looked into vacuum formed cheek cowl on the inboard side of the fuse for the same reason.  Of course a glass molded version would be lighter but the cost would be much lower as well.  How do you like the power system combo your using?  How does it handle the wind in the verticals & overheadís? 

Thanks for sharing that and keep up the good work,
Mikey
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