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 31 
 on: Yesterday at 10:45:40 PM 
Started by Mike Griffin - Last post by George
Remember that laminating balsa to plywood takes longer to dry than balsa to balsa because of the air barrier caused by the glue that holds the plywood's laminations together.

George

 32 
 on: Yesterday at 10:17:11 PM 
Started by Gustavo Urtubey - Last post by John Tate
I like you have done there.
You mentioned that the model is a take apart.
How is the wing installed?
A picture would be great.

 33 
 on: Yesterday at 10:05:58 PM 
Started by tom brightbill - Last post by tom brightbill
Looks like this, just a bit bigger, for the 35S.
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2306656

 34 
 on: Yesterday at 10:05:46 PM 
Started by Phil Spillman - Last post by Martin Quartim

I suggest you talk to Randy Smith, he has the Light CNC tube Muffler for Enya SS40-61CX, and this muffler will match with Enya muffler holder perfectly.  That is what I use.

Martin

 35 
 on: Yesterday at 09:34:27 PM 
Started by Dennis Leonhardi - Last post by Wade Bognuda
Pearson Dental Supply. Used in dental labs.

 36 
 on: Yesterday at 08:40:29 PM 
Started by Dennis Saydak - Last post by Paul Smith
An aerobatic airplane like a Pitts Special or a Mustang or SPAD or any fighter that DID NOT at least do inside loops and inverted should be HEAVILY downgraded on realism of flight.

Real airplanes that could do outside loops are rare. And those that did generally had symmetrical airfoils.




 37 
 on: Yesterday at 08:37:59 PM 
Started by Brent Williams - Last post by Trostle
Well, I have built a couple of stunters so far this year.  My next project is to clean out my airplane hangar.  I've lost count, but I think there are 33 planes here.  All but a couple with engines and ready to fly.

Floyd

Hi Floyd,

Your pictures show an orange airplane with the identification OO-ULA.  Is that a Tipsy Junior?  If so, which version did you build?  Your plans?  Or one of the several versions that have been published, here and in England?  There is at least one of these that I have on my bucket list to do as a scale airplane that i think will do a competent OTS pattern.

inquiring minds want to know. 

Keith

 38 
 on: Yesterday at 08:33:28 PM 
Started by Curare - Last post by Curare
As I've said before, more than once now, the flights were in the morning, not the afternoon.

Also the engine IS fitted with a Randy Smith NVA.

I know how to correct a lean mixture, I was never asking for the HOW, I was asking for the WHY.


 39 
 on: Yesterday at 08:09:46 PM 
Started by Mike Griffin - Last post by George
Mike,

We did that waaaaay back in the '50's.  y1 And yes, I still do it if need be.  Grin

Only difference is I use thinned dope..........sands easier.

Jerry 
 

Also used a very thick mix with nitrate as fillets. Back in the 50's SIG used to sell round boxes of balsa dust for this purpose. Used to add my own dust to the box to make it last longer. :-)

George

 40 
 on: Yesterday at 08:06:45 PM 
Started by Larry Borden - Last post by Larry Borden
The horn is a standard horn. Since it has been a gazillion years since I used a Veco horn, wanted to see what the latest, greatest and neatest way to install the horn. The stab and elevator are only 1/8" thick. Can't use the bushings. Thanks for all the help and thanks to Bob Hunt for the pdf.


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