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Sir Samuel – Red Eyez

 

 

 

 

Découvrez le nouveau clip de Sir Samuel, ancien membre des Saïan Supa Crew, << Red Eyez >>.

 

 

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  1. Stefan

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  2. Shamsia

    Hi AidanGreat blog! I’ve just finished my Duck and would be keen to hear some setup tips/settings from you when you can spare a few mieutns. I read a post on RCGroups months ago re expo settings and dual rates I’m sure it was specific to the Duck but I’m unable to find the thread after much searching unfortunately (IIRC it was Steve Wenban that had some useful info to offer but I will not be searching through his 13000 odd posts anytime soon).My Duck seems to have come in a tad on the heavy side at approx 950 grams. I used micro servos too. I note that the Wowings instructions reference 60-80 grams of lead in the nose but I’ve got somewhere in the region of 100-120 I think.Can you recall what you put into yours?Finally, something else I can relate to your Super Sherpa. This was my first bike back in NZ some years ago. What a capable machine eh? I hope yours is still providing the necessary fun factor.Hope you can assist with some comments re the Duck.Cheers, Nigel