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    Freewing EF2000 Eurofighter Typhoon 90mm

    Hi guys,

    Just got this in the mail.

    Any intro and advice before flight?

    lol
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    Nice! Please share more pictures or flight videos!

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    Some more pictures first before I start assembling
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    I'll need 2.5mm carbon rod for this bit... or a wooden skewer/satay stick, then paint the ends grey

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    Eps???
    I love PAP

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallobaby View Post
    Eps???
    Unfortunately, yes... but fret not!! I have some solutions for the weakness of foam. Clear sticky tape and a substance from the brand called MinWax!!
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    Used clear sticky tape for the canards...
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    Gonna change the nose gear servo. Its defective. So note to all is to check everything on the ground. Check control surfaces as well because hinges and glue might be lacking/defective/loose/not glued together.

    I used clear tape on the control surfaces as a guarantee as well as ensuring that almost 100% of the airflow passes over the surfaces and not in between the hinge lines.
    The Joker, "I may be crazy enough to take on Batman, but the IRS? Noooo!"

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    A lot of rain lately. No chance to fly. Nose gear servo has stuttering problem. swapped it out and had to re-check every control surface again. Will post more soon and maybe will have video on flying and performance
    The Joker, "I may be crazy enough to take on Batman, but the IRS? Noooo!"

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