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 on: Today at 11:02:04 AM 
Started by Peter Anglberger - Last post by Joe Yau
Have any of the carrier guys experimented with VGs yet?  I would be interested to know if it would significantly effect their slow speed flight.

I don't think the local guys has..  But I'm sure it'll be beneficial to some degree after seeing how it improved one of my plane's landing glide.

 22 
 on: Today at 10:41:10 AM 
Started by Bill Smith - Last post by Paul Smith
Maybe WenMacs aren't all bad.  But back in the day kids who broke their plastic toys and then build Scientific hollow logs had a lot better results with Babe Bees.

However, my next door neighbor who was a boy genius and always number one in his class was able to get a WenMac to run.  He designed and built his own CL model and could start the WenMac and fly around level any time he wanted.  Maybe it was quality control thing and he won the lottery.

 23 
 on: Today at 10:40:28 AM 
Started by Martin Quartim - Last post by Martin Quartim

Thank you all for your comments.

Soldering aluminum is complicated but what about gluing the aluminum tank together? CF tanks are glued also.

The advantage of aluminum would be cost and I guess it would be easier to make.

I have 0.3mm aluminum sheet (general commercial grade) and my regular metal tanks are 0.24mm, so an all aluminum tank would weight half as much a regular tank. It would be less resistant, but I guess it would be strong enough, no?

I guess the only concern is how long the glue will resist fuel.

Other then JB weld what other glues could be used to make an aluminum tank?

Martin

 24 
 on: Today at 10:36:17 AM 
Started by Peter Germann - Last post by Carl Cisneros
Peter;

thanks for your listing.

that is what Iwill use for my set up programming for my Castle Phoenix Ice 75 ( I do not have a Lite).

Folks like yo umake life a whole lot easier for everyone else.
Keep up the great work.   Hoff
Carl


 25 
 on: Today at 10:34:01 AM 
Started by GonzoBonzo - Last post by Paul Smith
I just use the cheapest possible brushes for building up clear.  If they lose a bristle or two some fine sanding will take it off.

The real painting is doen with an air brush.

By the way, modern dope can be re-disolved with thinner or acetone.  The old stuff (Aero Gloss of the 60's) dried with a chemical change that could not be reversed. 

In the old days I could do a multi-color brush job with no problem.  With current dope the second color will disolve the first and make new color.  Hence the air brush system.

 26 
 on: Today at 10:27:28 AM 
Started by Bootlegger - Last post by Bootlegger

 Where can a fellow get some real rubber? The fake stuff doesn't last at all and I would like to get some if it is available..

       Thanks,

 27 
 on: Today at 10:14:41 AM 
Started by Tom Niebuhr - Last post by Mark Scarborough
guys,, for the sake of OUR hobby,, regardless of whether you fly RC or not,, how about refering to these as quadcopters,, NOT DRONES,, words have meanings, and to the goverment,, Drones are bad,, quadcopters are a hobby,, it matters

 28 
 on: Today at 09:55:18 AM 
Started by FLOYD CARTER - Last post by Richard Davis
Hello Floyd.
I have a confession  I AM A PLANS HOARDER  and A KIT HOARDER
Makes no difference what they are if you have some you want to pass along I would take all you want to find a home for.
This would help my addiction .
Our hobby causes the best addictions ever and I have been hooked for over 60 years.
Thanks and let me know whats available and shipping to 99780  Tok Alaska

 29 
 on: Today at 09:49:32 AM 
Started by Tom Niebuhr - Last post by Tom Niebuhr
This past Friday 9-19-2014 the New York Post had another article about two incidents back in July. These people have an agenda, and don't care and don't read FAA rulings. All they know is that flying models are bad.

This will continue even though CL is grouped with tethered kites.  Some will insist that leadouts are actually antennas.

 Again, AMA loves the advertising money from Quad copters, very large RC, and Jets. All can be dangerous to full size aircraft and to people if they have a "glitch".

Mr. Peabody:
 Look who is talking about old. I now walk over a mile a day at a very fast pace. I ride a bike 5 miles or more... can you do that? I go the gym 3 times a week.  I ALSO NEVER SMOKED... CAN YOU SAY THAT?

Almost everyone on this forum is above 60 or 65, We are all older. Old today is 90.



 30 
 on: Today at 09:39:12 AM 
Started by Ty Marcucci - Last post by Dennis Adamisin
Great Job Ty!  Simple paint schemes also look the best in the air...

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