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RC Today Show 156: Back in the Saddle
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Author:  cwojcik [ Mon Jul 13, 2015 7:46 pm ]
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Awwww yes. So good to have the show back on for my ride to work.

Great episode guys. Chris, congrats on being on Team MSH!

Author:  JustPlaneChris [ Tue Jul 14, 2015 7:53 am ]
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Thanks Cody! As of right now I have nothing to show for it except an empty wall where my Goblins used to hang. :thinking

Author:  TheBum [ Tue Jul 14, 2015 10:35 pm ]
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What motor are you planning to put into the Protos Max V2, Chris? I'm running an Xnova XTS 4530-525 in my DT700 and really like it.

Author:  rpmrpm [ Tue Jul 14, 2015 10:46 pm ]
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I was totally shocked, I thought I had put a old episode on my iPod. Tonight on my drive home "Wait.....did JPC just say July 9th?" Great to hear you both. Like "bumping into" old friends. :thumbup:

Author:  JustPlaneChris [ Wed Jul 15, 2015 8:06 am ]
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rpmrpm wrote:
I was totally shocked, I thought I had put a old episode on my iPod. Tonight on my drive home "Wait.....did JPC just say July 9th?" Great to hear you both. Like "bumping into" old friends. :thumbup:
Hah, glad I could give you a pleasant surprise. :)


TheBum wrote:
What motor are you planning to put into the Protos Max V2, Chris? I'm running an Xnova XTS 4530-525 in my DT700 and really like it.

Alan, I picked up a used Scorpion HKII-4235-520Kv "Nick Maxwell Edition" to use for now. If it's not what I want, I'd probably move up to the MSH-branded Xnova. The only drawback there is that it's a huge honker, and really needs a 160A ESC. :?

Author:  Borneoben [ Wed Jul 15, 2015 8:29 am ]
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Thanks Chris

It was fun to record a show again.

We have received a lot of nice comments and feedback about being back on the air.

Not sure we will be back on a weekly basis, not for a while anyway. But we will definitely be recording again in a couple weeks.

Cheers all

Ben

Author:  TheBum [ Wed Jul 15, 2015 8:56 am ]
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JustPlaneChris wrote:
Alan, I picked up a used Scorpion HKII-4235-520Kv "Nick Maxwell Edition" to use for now. If it's not what I want, I'd probably move up to the MSH-branded Xnova. The only drawback there is that it's a huge honker, and really needs a 160A ESC. :?

For your flying style, 120A should be more than sufficient. I'm running a 120A ESC with my Xnova XTS and it's the same size as the MSH one. The main difference is in the windings; the XTS motors use 1.4mm diameter wire.

Author:  JustPlaneChris [ Wed Jul 15, 2015 9:21 am ]
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Well, it's too late... already bought the Scorchmeum. Oh well. :)

Author:  tonkajeep34 [ Wed Jul 15, 2015 9:34 am ]
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Nice to hear you guys again! Now that i know why you were selling the Jayhawk Ben i'm really glad to hear you got it sold.

Also being in IT and dealing with about 3000 non technical users on a daily basis i found myself nodding my head when ya'll were describing non-hobbiest multirotor pilots

Author:  markhwing [ Thu Jul 16, 2015 9:05 pm ]
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Finally got to listen to to the new episode. Between contract jobs so no drive time listening, really behind on my podcast list. So listened while mowing the grass, similar to commute for the unemployed. Great to have y'all back.


Mark H. Wing
Austin, TX

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