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 31 
 on: Today at 01:03:41 AM 
Started by Mike Griffin - Last post by Matt Spencer
Are You suggesting We Cant Trust the Soviets !  Clown

The Link I got you scroll down , adjcent that picture its captioned KA 10 .

Maybe the dude there'd put someone onto the original drawing provider ??

The Russian Site , if Deciperable must have a wealth of info ?? on their momentous models , perhaps .

Not Sure what ' Sign In ' in russian looks like . Embarrassed
Bill might ' let on ' his contacts behind the Iron Curtain  Clown if hes guranteened imunity from persicution .  Wink Stir the pot Layingdown Hugh
The story of the guy getting a few auto union grand prix cars, in pieces , out of their makes ' intresting ; reading ,
Im sure a few model aero plans would be just a matter of communication . Its Not Su 37 Vs YF35 really , The Olde Hail Fellow , Hearty Well Met , was wot the common folk once used . Till the were told No Fraternising
at Christmass in the Trenches ( WW1 ) or theyed Be Shot . then , a stiff Brandy , and ' Charge Those Machineguns . ( We cant have the cost off lead falling , can we ) . Er , Right . Im sure thyyre not all taitaianium toothed
man eating fashists preserved in neat vodka . The Blokes are probly o.k. too .  Smiley GrinEmbarrassed

 32 
 on: Today at 12:49:59 AM 
Started by Basmntdweller - Last post by Matt Spencer
Epoxy on a plastic lid , over the kettle or a pot of boiled water , goes runney. But Kicks Off in 5 min. or less , so ' Be Prepared , and dont dither .
Work in the edges & Corners , then Brush Out & Thru . Like wot the painters work in from the edges and what have you . Open a Window ,
if you start chokeing , retching , break out in a sweat , and start shiverig & hyperventilateing . Or Beforehand perhaps . Maybe do it Outside .

 33 
 on: Today at 12:45:21 AM 
Started by bill bischoff - Last post by Matt Spencer
Purveyors Then .  Cool

Twist the Chiefs Arm , But Knock First . Stir the pot Hoff

 34 
 on: Today at 12:21:53 AM 
Started by Stuntflyn - Last post by Keith Renecle
Thanks Joe!

 35 
 on: Today at 12:20:14 AM 
Started by Matt Spencer - Last post by Matt Spencer
When the Hole in the Boat became a Water Sout , He Drilled a Hole to let the Water OUT . Wink  Bunged Acces Cuttouts . 2 Posn Horn , she wont be going back on the outer unless I take 3 Oz off the Nose . Hugh


 36 
 on: Today at 12:17:22 AM 
Started by Matt Spencer - Last post by Matt Spencer
Got a reasonable flight outa the MC 72 , with 15G tail wt. Id decide , to get it to balance ' about the spar ' , as it did .
dunno if the 40S Max is gunna be to gutless & Thirsty , Might bung the bypass / boost on a Iron FP OS and see if thats the trick .
Lighter Still . With a 11 x 5 master or thinned Zinger , it was ' in the groove ' with the open Ex 71 Torp 40 , PREVIOUSLY .

The MEWGULL ! Id Cut in to pull the pushrod in on the Elevator Horn . Being a ' shoe horn ' FIT , it didnt want to UN , despite fileing,
muttering glaring and subdued brutality . Eventually got it off , the in the prepared inner bushed hole , Rewashered & Re bound & Soldered .

1/16 Ply Epoxied , let in Flush , as its all ' stressed skin ' in my humble outlook .Tossed the previous tail Wt. to start @ Sq. 1 .

Ratio is about 2 : 3 now rather than the previous near 1:1 , more usefull on an AFT. C.G. ,
As the Concept was Fwd C.G. it is , armspan wont make the tips  Lips Sealed , buts about the front of the spar , maybe 1 1/16 Aft of L.E at C/S . Hugh
As Intended ( Similar to my goof of a jap. Hara Noblerish device that steered like a tractor , for those uninthe know , they turn tight for furrows .

SO , When the speed was roghly o.k. and the pilot ' almost there ( or THERE at times ) it was in the groove & turned fine .
Definately been overproping it , bouncey and needles good on the 11x5 rather than twelves ive been trying - after having seen Mr Hunts ( pictures )
of his wide blade 11 x 6 three blade . ( Must Make a note of the intakes ( asign the shipo a LOGBOOK ! ) and find the big ones ! ) Fond my ' missing ' line
clips up in a cnr. the other day . after 2 or 3 MONTHS concern .  Sad Tongue Embarrassed

Back on the 70 ft .018s for now . Need ' a hand ' or more spare to cut some New .016 solids . And Get some ' 14 inch reels ' as was the Kiwi Wont in the 70's .
 Tongue
Crick in the neck has O'Head 8s to ' out of site , far from out of mind ' just now , So Priority is The TANK & do a few props for the spinner , & maybe a Nose Skid  Layingdown T/R style ,  Undecided

Lined up a few .45s , tho looks like maybe the 40'll 4-2 , the OS dsoes ' the switch ' on the deck , fine . same angle ' cut in ' inverted & upright . Havnt pursued the Magnum 40 there
but maybe it will , Might do a few 11 x 4 s too , need the centers pulled in for the spinner cut outs , or V c V ,

May have it out Tomarra with the great cinamatographist  Layingdown Layingdown Thy Bro . ( Thinks He is ' The Director ' anyway .  Huh )


 37 
 on: Yesterday at 11:54:10 PM 
Started by Matt Spencer - Last post by Matt Spencer
Yes . . . Well , it may actually happen , Not Sure WHICH Christmass , but ' By Christmass ' might be appropriate . Undecided
Anyway , Dragged it down the big smoke , and after No Rest headed of @ 7 a.m. . Left the Batteries charging on the bench .
Fortunately someone was kind enough to lend me a glow driver .
Definately been overproping it . First Fight was on the 12 x 5 - leaned off as it went ;
ive used a 3/32 K&S toob for the vent , 1/8 over it outside the tank. Filling the sucker , or to be more concise ,
Pressure on it from the syringe , to force fuel to the needle - if BOTH pipes are open uniflow & vent/ no cap ,
the uni vent will blow fuel for some seconds. Id think 1 or two Sec on a open vent more correct .
Looks like another tank is required there . Maybe 1/8 uni tube with a 1/2 in long 3/32 tube ' regulator ' at the outer end ? !  Angry

Put a Magnum 40 FSR clone in , the cranks 5 deg ' narrower ' ea way THAN THE FSR-S ' stunt ' crank timing !
Sleeve is considerably higher timed than the ringed FSR .

Enya 3 Plug cold cutting  Hugh hope theyre not pirate clones ? Running in a good healthy 4 stroke with a 11 x 5 Top Flite Ancient wood .
Tripped on roll out . One U.S. propellor ( Un Servicable  WinkAngry

Threw a Ex Windsor ' Somewhat ' wittled 13 now a 12 x 6 ?? with much of the blade ' gone ' - By File . ^#!*^ leaned off again .

HOWEVER . . . .


 38 
 on: Yesterday at 11:39:04 PM 
Started by bill bischoff - Last post by Randy Cuberly
NCLRA
Acronym   Definition
NCLRA   National Control Line Racing Association (Chandler, TX)
NCLRA   Northern California Lacrosse Referees Association
NCLRA   Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses Research Alliance
NCLRA   Newfoundland Construction Labour Relations Association (Canada)

I'm going with the control line definition.


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Well He asked huh!

Randy Cuberly

 39 
 on: Yesterday at 11:35:51 PM 
Started by Howard Rush - Last post by Brett Buck
 My mind couldn’t comprehend Brett not being in the top five.

   His mind didn't do so well with it, either. But, it happens and it's just a model airplane contest.

 
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I arrived to find it hot in Seattle, too.  I mowed the unmowed lawn and washed the car.  The bugs came right off.  


   Hot?  I got out at the Newberry Springs rest stop near Daggett, and it was 114 degrees, with highly-reflective pavement doubling up on the solar input. But it was still much more pleasant than it was at 7:00 in the morning in Muncie.

    The recently-shed 5+foot long rattlesnake skin I found in the parking lot was pretty impressive, too. The snake itself was probably nearby but smart enough not to lounge around outside in the sun.

    Brett

 40 
 on: Yesterday at 11:04:09 PM 
Started by Sean McEntee - Last post by Matt Spencer
Knactuleary, Dave REES did an artical on fitting out cockpits in THIS issue of F. M .
Styrene sheet ejector seats & cockpit walls , for his Talon & Gnat .
And pin heads and other things to work loose with vibration .
One of the troll with bouncey eye dolls might be better .

 Hoff


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