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 21 
 on: Yesterday at 09:57:34 PM 
Started by Tim Wescott - Last post by Jay
Putting the finishing touches on my Green Box Nobler.

 22 
 on: Yesterday at 09:24:25 PM 
Started by Randy Cuberly - Last post by Randy Cuberly
Try this website: http://precisioncutkits.com/instock.html

There are several different B-25 laser cut kits for RC listed there,
both full and short kits. Shouldn't be too difficult at all to convert
to CL Scale.

Steve

Hi Steve,
Thanks for the link.  I went to the web site but none of the links there seem to function.  Do you know if this company is still active?

Randy Cuberly

 23 
 on: Yesterday at 09:12:34 PM 
Started by Randy Powell - Last post by Clint Ormosen
How much do they weigh?

 24 
 on: Yesterday at 09:00:39 PM 
Started by Bill Smith - Last post by Roger Vizioli
My conversion was done so I could put it back if I didn't like the electric setup.
the whole package was bought off of ebay piece meal and not a matched setup.
It works but the battery is a little heavy and the motor is not good quality, so I will not recommend any of it.
that said it does fly pretty good and I will get some better gear.
note the tube built into the fuselage for the bladder adds strength and if left out the nose may break off in tight maneuvers if the motor is a little heavy.

Thx, understand.
Roger

 25 
 on: Yesterday at 08:42:55 PM 
Started by Andrew Tinsley - Last post by Chris Wilson
Hi Chris,
Even I know the answer to that one. They are really nose heavy because gyroscopic effect will try to lift the nose of a speed plane.
When I was talking about free flight sections. I was NOT talking about highly cambered sections, even I am not that dense. I was thinking more like a flatish bottom and the normal speed section on top. I have done the brick on the string calculation and realised you don't need much lift at speed! I was thinking that it might just give you the odd mph advantage with the right section. Looking at some of the FAI results, that could easily a mean a place or so difference.
I appreciate that the major tricks have been learnt by now, so to go faster will need more HP and just any minor tweak that can be done. My query was really based at the latter aspect, I.E. the small tweaks.
Has anyone actually done any experiments with wing sections? The ones used now, appear to be little different from those of the 1950s, seems strange that the old practitioners got it right first time.

Andrew.

Agreed, as shown here mate.

http://www.supercoolprops.com/articles/gyroscope.php

 26 
 on: Yesterday at 08:22:16 PM 
Started by Mike Griffin - Last post by Mike Griffin
I am sorry to have to announce that I will not be kitting the MO BEST due to some unforseen circumstances that have come up.

Mike

 27 
 on: Yesterday at 07:48:28 PM 
Started by Bill Smith - Last post by Bill Smith
My conversion was done so I could put it back if I didn't like the electric setup.
the whole package was bought off of ebay piece meal and not a matched setup.
It works but the battery is a little heavy and the motor is not good quality, so I will not recommend any of it.
that said it does fly pretty good and I will get some better gear.
note the tube built into the fuselage for the bladder adds strength and if left out the nose may break off in tight maneuvers if the motor is a little heavy.

 28 
 on: Yesterday at 07:27:45 PM 
Started by Steve Helmick - Last post by Howard Rush
And, if you change your signature, it will be changed in every post on the board that you have made.

That is very empowering, and I have enjoyed abusing it.

 29 
 on: Yesterday at 07:03:07 PM 
Started by Mike Griffin - Last post by Serge_Krauss
Mike-

Larry was working on a lavish instruction book, well illustrated with his famous CAD drawings. He sent me two of these sets to review and edit some, and I'm sure they're around here some place (I'd never throw anything like that out). Should you decide to do the kit and not find these, I'll find mine for you. Larry doubtless had the whole thing on disc, and it would be well worthwhile for one of our computer guys to try to obtain Larry's files so that they could be completed, if necessary, and implemented. Larry did just about everything on computer, and his materials, if John doesn't have them, would help in the laser cutting. I can't believe that he or John had not already set up to accomodate that.

SK

 30 
 on: Yesterday at 06:26:43 PM 
Started by Randy Powell - Last post by Robert Storick
Im sorry for the misunderstanding but here is the description from the page

2 1/4" X 1/2" Ultra Light Weight Aluminum Wheel with axle inserts for 3, 3.5, or 4mm axles. Expensive at 5.95 per wheel, but if you want the finest, lightest and most rugged wheel on the planet, this is the one. It is so nice you probably won't want to cover it up with a wheel pant! From Maxx Products.

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