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Built GWS Pico Stick with Brushless Power from M-A-E

Posted by on February 25, 2008

I built the GWS Pico Stick with Brushless Power from M-A-E, and I used Sumo Glue instead of hot melt glue where needed. The Sumo Glue tends to be a lot more stronger and pliable than the hot melt glue, and I also have more time to correct the placement of pieces. I also like how the Sumo Glue expands into gaps. The only thing I have left to do is to solder the motor to the esc and the esc to the battery connector. I hope this flies better than my FIK 100 which has nosedived with all my throws and broken two propellers. I have to tune the COG on the FIK a little bit more and make some practice throws – without the propeller. I think my next plane might be the SlowStick X since I really like the look of the balsa covered wings, and it appears to have pretty good performance.