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#61 Mr.Pibb

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Posted 09 February 2008 - 06:31 AM

If you use the shielding as your system ground I dont see a ground loop... only if you also parallel one of the internal conductors with it.


I was thinking ground loop reduction. Maybe that isn't a problem here. My shielding is the system ground currently. I think you're right, it would only be a problem if you had a separate shield that isn't acting as the system ground.

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Posted 27 February 2008 - 07:30 PM

do you guys seea big problem in using a telemaster powered with a glow motor? i say because it can fly for longer . is the vivration from the engine too much for this small plane? i was thinking of upgrading to a senior telemaster witha glow engine

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Posted 27 February 2008 - 08:26 PM

do you guys see a big problem in using a telemaster powered with a glow motor?

Other than the hacks to pull out the battery box, rework the motor mount and fuel proof the front, I don't see any issues. If you want to get really fancy, covert it to pylon mount. :)

If you like to build, you might want to consider the Telemaster 40 Kit (can be built for glow or electric). If you like 'em huge, the Senior ARF is a nice model too.
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