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 on: Yesterday at 06:36:03 PM 
Started by Ted Fancher - Last post by Randy Powell
Pete Peterson has a collection and I can make one easily enough.

 on: Yesterday at 06:31:12 PM 
Started by wwwarbird - Last post by kenneth cook
            If you can locate a Cox black 7x3.5. Anything in that range is good. A newer Master Airscrew G series 7x4 might also work well.

 on: Yesterday at 06:25:07 PM 
Started by Ted Fancher - Last post by john e. holliday
Polish up a muffler from Eric at RSM.  I have one permanently JB Welded to my Brodak 40.  With the ball socket wrench I use don't have to remove muffler to install or remove the 40.

 on: Yesterday at 06:18:54 PM 
Started by Ted Fancher - Last post by tom brightbill
Scott Riese makes beautiful polished ones. His contact info is in the members list.

 on: Yesterday at 06:05:09 PM 
Started by cory colquhoun - Last post by john e. holliday
As Russ says,  if I had the $$$ and room I would have every one of Walters kits.

 on: Yesterday at 06:03:32 PM 
Started by cory colquhoun - Last post by Russ Main
Exactly what the others have said, in addition if you have a question he is more than willing to help at any point of the build. You can't buy one and be done! You will want the fleet! Smiley

 on: Yesterday at 06:01:15 PM 
Started by ROOTBEARD - Last post by john e. holliday
That is great that you guys are building the Hurricane.   I have one on the hook as well as several of the war bird series and have often thought how neat it would to have a multi event with those planes.  Of course stunt would be number one event, then racing them  with the same stunt set up.  Also balloon burst would be another and last a vote of contestants on best looking war bird.  Of all the war bird planes I've built and flown they all fly really decent.

 on: Yesterday at 06:00:47 PM 
Started by wwwarbird - Last post by wwwarbird

  Just question here for some of you experienced 1/2A'ers...

  It's a little bigger than a 1/2A, but what prop would be recommended for sport/stunt flying on a Cox Medallion .09? I had one many years ago that ran and pulled great, but I don't recall what prop I used on it. I only recall it being a white nylon Top Flite something.  Coffee

 on: Yesterday at 05:58:22 PM 
Started by Warren Walker - Last post by Shug Emery

I will avoid saying what I really think about all the PETA and "animal rights" movements. I think you did a really good job of tactfully expressing the issue in your second video.

The first video was delightful and made me chuckle several times. You're an entertainer at heart and a very good one. Your passion to entertain comes shining through in all of your videos I've viewed, regardless of the topic.

"One of these days" it would be a pleasure to meet you and have a campfire visit.

I have a had a few of them trolling my video. They are relentless. Some called the animals I worked with "performing ias slaves" Then I looked at her You Tube sight and she has a collection of Lassie that she favorites. Just goes to show ya'. I called her out.
Thankee thankee.

Great videos, Shug! Thanks for the peeks into circus life! You shore dun married a purty gal!
Circus folk tend to stay together. We have for 31 years of marriage.

I can say as a railroader who sees Ringling Bros. pass thru a couple times a year, and tie up in the yard for a week when they are performing at the Prudential Center It is going to be sad to watch the circus go. Railroaders love tradition and this has to be one of the oldest on the railroad. The army of people who make it happen from the circus are something to see they all know their job and swarm the train like termites to get it unloaded and over to the show. They load up in the dark on Sunday after the last show and are usually gone when I come in on Monday morning. T.J.
I loved the whole train experience. We called the last night "Move Out Night"
Thanks for your thoughts.

 on: Yesterday at 05:47:58 PM 
Started by Ted Fancher - Last post by Ted Fancher
So I'm trying to get my 1976 Nats Moby Dick back in the air for VSC Super '70s.  As there was an obvious reasonn for the name "Moby Dick" I wanted a bit more oomph for the altlitude and heat in Tucson.  A Brodak .40 fits like a glove in the original OS 35S mounts and only extends the spinner about 3/16" which is in the acceptable noise range for such a project.  Only downside I've found is that with the original muffler the CG is a little forward of where I would like, it's not the prettiest looking critter hanging out the side.

Can anyone recommend a high quality Chip Muffler for the B.40 from one of our garage outfitters?


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