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P-38 Pusher MJ - Build log

jpot1

Elite member
#42
Just in case I'm designing my next airplane, does power pod is one of the criteria that you would like to have?
For me personally I like to use the power pod approach since it enables me to keep about 10-12 flying planes with three motor/pods. That being said for full size planes I take the standard power pod and shorten it right after the first set of tabs. I find this gives me more versatility. On the FT mini size I use the standard FT mini power pod. Then just to be difficult for those in between, typically pusher props I use a custom size.

I'd love to work with you on your next design. Currently watching the a-10 thread on rcgroups too and thinking of resizing it for 5mm DTFB with A/B folds.
 

foamtest

Toothpick glider kid
#43
Just in case I'm designing my next airplane, does power pod is one of the criteria that you would like to have?
I like the powerpod idea for the same reason that jpot does, so pretty much any design that is swappable is one I add to my build list. (No wonder it's 10 cvs receipts long now...) What kinda plane are you thinking about?
 

jamboree1

Active member
#45
Like i said in other forum, looks awesome, I forgot to mention though i'd move your elevator horn to the bottom as to eliminate friction and false actions