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 on: Yesterday at 04:37:36 PM 
Started by Mike Griffin - Last post by Randy Cuberly
Hi Mike,
It certainly looks like an original Top Flite Tutor.  I built one in the early 1970's when I first returned to CL after a hitch in the Army and a couple of years flying R/C.

It was a good flying airplane and easy to build.  Are you thinking of kitting it?  Some of the construction in the original Top Flite kit was a little strange but worked OK.

Randy Cuberly

 42 
 on: Yesterday at 04:00:48 PM 
Started by Tim Wescott - Last post by Avaiojet
Lauri,

Thanks for that and the photo.

Looks like some time was spent on the design. Thick airfoil and blunt, good moments also.

I just finished working on moments on this new model I'm currently working on, a real killer.  Layingdown

 Sans Rabe rudder, although I have read about it and seen photos.

Is your engine your own design? I have a feeling it may be.  Hoff

Thanks again for the reply.

 43 
 on: Yesterday at 03:54:35 PM 
Started by Tim Wescott - Last post by Tom Niebuhr
Gotta make a correction about the Galloping Comedian. It was published in the May 1952 Air Trails.

While Red's airplane had an aluminum cowl, the drawing shows an optional cowl made from balsa and plywood.

Ref. Wilks Plans

 44 
 on: Yesterday at 03:41:32 PM 
Started by Tim Wescott - Last post by Lauri Malila
Charles,

This is Kaz Minato's design, first time I saw the model maybe 3 years ago in a contest in France. And it seems that Kaz did quite well with it in the last US Nats, so the model cannot be very bad. But my main interest is to have a test bed for our engine, I want to test it in cylinder down position. And maybe experiment with Rabe Rudder, too.
Aerodynamically the Hellcat very close to Kaz's Blue Max design.
The kit is made by a friend in Brazil.

L

 45 
 on: Yesterday at 03:36:44 PM 
Started by Avaiojet - Last post by don Burke
Does handy mean beside the bed or under the pillow? Grin
Yes,
Just remember in Kalifornia if there's "minors" in the house firearms have to be kept locked up, unloaded with a trigger lock.  And believe it or not "loaded" means no rounds in revolver chambers or in a magazine.

 46 
 on: Yesterday at 03:36:05 PM 
Started by Avaiojet - Last post by Mark Scarborough
Does handy mean beside the bed or under the pillow? Grin
I think in your hand is handy enough

 47 
 on: Yesterday at 03:26:29 PM 
Started by Mike Griffin - Last post by Mike Griffin
I have been searching for a good picture of the Original TUTOR.  Not the Larger Tutor 2 ARF.  The attached picture is, I believe, an original Tutor that he is holding but I am not for sure.

If anyone has a picture of one, could you please post it?

Thanks so much
Mike

 48 
 on: Yesterday at 03:00:19 PM 
Started by bob whitney - Last post by Jim Thomerson
With open uniflow vent, I have used one way valves.  I have not found them necessary with muffler pressure, but have used them with crankcase pressure on TD engines. 

 49 
 on: Yesterday at 02:57:13 PM 
Started by roger gebhart - Last post by roger gebhart
Ok. So now I know the richardskit is the upright version, sfa is nothing and th tbird is a good flying airplane.  More info won't hurt me but I will proceed with the plan. Thanks guys

 50 
 on: Yesterday at 02:57:10 PM 
Started by Avaiojet - Last post by John Stiles
With socialist liberals, never. Get a gun, keep it handy, especially in gun free zones.
Does handy mean beside the bed or under the pillow? Grin

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