Building the Pneumatic System

Discussion in 'Weapons & Pneumatics' started by GeekSpeed, Apr 3, 2015.

  1. rcaircraftnut

    rcaircraftnut Well-Known Member

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    Not saying your wrong in that statement, however 200 oz of tq is a lot. Most standard servos are around 50 oz of tq. I don't see two popits taking more than that, but I will try it and let you all know soon.
     
  2. bgt0990

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    Lots of Patching practice, huh Ming?
     
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    I couldn't afford the silkspan, and I bought it by the metric ton.
     
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    With the rate of fire in fast gun, I can only imagine. Lol.
     
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    And all the nitrate dope fumes led to premature hair loss and questionable styling choices. [​IMG]
     
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  6. rcaircraftnut

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    We on Mongo only use Minwax brand lacquer, satan finish. Nitrate dope is just so yesterday.
     
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  8. bgt0990

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    Nice minwax job on the old head there Ming. Shines!
     
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    "Satan Finish".... What does Ole' Nick have to do with your finish? Or did you mean "Satin"??

    Then again, the way you chew up enemy balsa, Satan may just be possessing your guns
     
  11. rcaircraftnut

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    OK, built the fire control setup as discussed above. Will have in battle testing done next weekend. Stand by for a full report with pics. This may be the new cheaper hot setup, lol.