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Cox Powered Baby Baron

Piotrsko

Well-known member
#18
I myself would rotate the crankshaft so the glow plug was on the bottom so you get fuel goop only on the bottom instead of all over and the head gets full of dirt when you crash. (Not that you ever do that). Downside is its a bit harder to start. Ready for a 3 minute full throttle episode where you gotta fly it no matter what? After all this time I still forget I have throttle control.
 

SquirrelTail

Well-known member
#19
I myself would rotate the crankshaft so the glow plug was on the bottom so you get fuel goop only on the bottom instead of all over and the head gets full of dirt when you crash. (Not that you ever do that). Downside is its a bit harder to start. Ready for a 3 minute full throttle episode where you gotta fly it no matter what? After all this time I still forget I have throttle control.
I thought about that but the bottom is open and my receiver, receiver pack will not be happy. It is my first 1/2a plane and my next one is gonna be the FT pietenpol.