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Old 11-01-2010, 05:56 PM
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AeroWorks ProX260

AeroWorks ProX260


Some one brought one of these to your WRCC meeting for show and tell. I thought it looked great, simple and fun. So I knocked this out in a few hours. Next it is down to just detail work. Servos, linkages, and paint.
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Old 11-02-2010, 03:21 PM
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Now this looks like it will be loads of fun cant wait to see it on the swaps
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Ok here is the first ruff daft of the plane. It is sized for the smaller Aerowroks Prox260 Freestyle. I plan on doing both the 46-60 freestyle and the 60-90 Prox260. I have plenty of polys left over to do a new engine. That will just take more time.

Again this is not mapped and not the name that it will be released under. Enjoy.
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Hey

I was flipping through the Parts Thread and I found a nice OS 91 Modeled by DEMON(SPb). This looks like a nice scale engine for the AeroWorks 260. I'll try to get a quick map on this one the weekend. Maybe one of the CS guys would like to take this on and if some one wants to do the physics on it.

Thanks DEMON(SPb).
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If your not in a rush, Id like a shot at the CS

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