Advice re JL Goshawk

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Richard Billingham
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Advice re JL Goshawk

Postby Richard Billingham » Tue May 11, 2010 9:07 am

Can anyone advise as to whether a Wren 54 will be sufficient power to fly a Jet Legends Goshawk. Also any idea of the weight level that I should be aiming for ? Any help/advice would be most appreciated.

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Richard

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Re: Advice re JL Goshawk

Postby russ delaney » Tue May 11, 2010 3:03 pm

I would go for the Wren single walled thrust tube, saves weight and not so much thrust loss.
You would have to keep it as light as possible, i would say it will not be overpowered but should fly.
I have a FlyEagle F16 flying very very well on a Wren 70.
Wren 70 would be better.

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Re: Advice re JL Goshawk

Postby Andreas Balsiger » Thu May 13, 2010 10:29 pm

Richard Billingham wrote:Can anyone advise as to whether a Wren 54 will be sufficient power to fly a Jet Legends Goshawk. Also any idea of the weight level that I should be aiming for ? Any help/advice would be most appreciated.

regards

Richard

Hi Richard
I was flying mine of grass with a wren super sport with out any issues :P , plenty of power

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Andreas

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Re: Advice re JL Goshawk

Postby russ delaney » Sun May 16, 2010 5:06 pm

Just been speaking to a friend.
He sucessfully flew his JLGoshawk today on a Wren 54!!

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Re: Advice re JL Goshawk

Postby jeff sewell » Wed May 19, 2010 1:10 pm

Hi,

Use the stock tube and fly it on the '54 - it will be just fine!

Jeff


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