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 on: Yesterday at 02:24:40 PM 
Started by Avaiojet - Last post by B Norton
I'm not sure what that is but I have used dap ultra lite spakle sands easy is semi light and can run a little C.A.on it to harden it up

 on: Yesterday at 01:55:41 PM 
Started by Robert Zambelli - Last post by pat king
Poor baby needs some TLC. I hope you can take her home and bring her back to airworthy condition.


 on: Yesterday at 01:55:37 PM 
Started by Fred Quedenfeld jr - Last post by Fred Quedenfeld jr
Anybody got a good set of Falcon 49 plans  MA  Sept 1993  no 744
Mine were blue print must have got wet and dissapeared
I have the wing and body built
I need the sizes for the stab elevator and tail
thank you
Fred Q

 on: Yesterday at 01:28:45 PM 
Started by gene poremba - Last post by Tom Niebuhr

Since my Bypass surgery I have stopped making kits and decided to get back to flying and building for myself.  In the near future, Walter Umland will be making Hobo kits with agreement from me.

 on: Yesterday at 01:18:53 PM 
Started by Robert Zambelli - Last post by dennis lipsett
Well, if people want small engines, this should get their interest.

The should go on the Bay in a few weeks.


That is quite a bunch of ho hum engines there.


 on: Yesterday at 01:18:33 PM 
Started by Ken Bird - Last post by John Duncan
Hi Ken
John here I'm heading to Glens can you send me your number again I can't find were I put it

 on: Yesterday at 01:10:24 PM 
Started by Robert Zambelli - Last post by Mike Scholtes
Bob, you must have been very good in some past life to enjoy the one you have now. You left out the stupendous job you are doing with the Brodak museum. Even though it is unlikely I will make it to PA to see it, I still appreciate the mere fact it will/does exist.

Great news about the Swift, will be ready for Oshkosh this summer. What a great project.

I had bee hives in both wings of my T-Craft, had to smoke them out before disassembling the plane for transport. My dad's garage became a repair hanger for the next seven years (thanks, Dad).

But cruise control in a Ferrari? Non e' necessario!

 on: Yesterday at 12:54:32 PM 
Started by Igor Burger - Last post by Igor Burger
They don't mount to the fuse sides. They should mount to a horizontal plane such as the bottom of a pipe tunnel.  Sticky two sided servo tape works.

That is right, it must be mounted horizontally. Reason for such orientation is, that wing is relatively stable, while profile fuselage (but also thin wall fuselage side) vibrates, and that is not any good place for such sensor. We use them also on indoors with thin fuselages from 3mm foam, wing is the only rigid place for them and it works well also on such construction. That is also reason why we do not fix it by screws, adhesive foam is good way for mounting.

Another problem is, that it should be close to CG and fuselage does not have too much space around thick wing for verticaly oriented sensor anyway.

 on: Yesterday at 12:03:54 PM 
Started by Robert Zambelli - Last post by Fredvon4

 I know it is a PITA but break that group into smaller chunks.... Many of the guys I know on the Cox forum and other places, that love these jewels, are "all in" for under $100 auctions ---but balk at anything that commands above that

And please do show any mufflers if you have them

 on: Yesterday at 11:55:12 AM 
Started by Paul Smith - Last post by Jim Carter
 Smiley  Greetings!  Any word as to whether there will be a Perky Postal 2017 as yet??  Smiley


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