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 51 
 on: Yesterday at 01:28:23 PM 
Started by peabody - Last post by peabody
Mighty nice.....I think a tuna pipe 75?

 52 
 on: Yesterday at 01:10:53 PM 
Started by bob whitney - Last post by proparc
What about 80 lb test. No 60 powered plane can snap 80 lb test spectra lines. Actually, this question is academic because, I've got 150 yards of 80 lb test coming.

 53 
 on: Yesterday at 12:53:35 PM 
Started by Keith Miller - Last post by pmackenzie
I would look very hard at all the electrical connections. Sort of odd that all three batteries would fail at the same time.
A high resistance somewhere might be the cause. Could even be an ESC issue, any other model you could test the packs in?
Were they hot after the flight? If they have increased a lot in IR then they would also get hotter than normal.

Also odd that the ESC in cuttoff held the voltage so flat. What setting did you use?

As far as not wanting to spend time to go to storage charge, and then recharge, get a paraboard it saves a lot of time.

Pat MacKenzie

 54 
 on: Yesterday at 12:39:49 PM 
Started by wwwarbird - Last post by Bill Adair
I don't think I have one, but I'll look later today.

Your welcome to it, as I don't use old plastic propellers unless it's only for display.

Bill

 55 
 on: Yesterday at 12:03:01 PM 
Started by Keith Renecle - Last post by Terrence Durrill
   I think Bob Baron made the earliest mention of the flat pitch prop that I am aware of. I think it was the early version of his Humbug that is classic legal that he ran a combat ST.35 and a 10-4 prop on. I think it was a M.A.N article on that airplane that I read that in, and he went into detail about the effect. Not as far back as 1961 but back that-a-way. I'll have to dig that one out and re-read again.
   Type at you later,
   Dan McEntee

               Bob Barron ran the Super Tigre G-21 .35 (ball bearing) combat engine as opposed to the plain bearing Super Tigre .35 combat.

 56 
 on: Yesterday at 11:15:20 AM 
Started by Keith Renecle - Last post by John Park
Dave Day (I think his website is still accessible somewhere) once built a Thunderbird/Spacehound hybrid called, I believe, "Spacebird".  I seem to recall that he did quite well with it.

 57 
 on: Yesterday at 10:44:55 AM 
Started by builditright - Last post by builditright
USA-1 Final Update

To all that have been very patiently waiting for the USA-1 kits I first want top say thank you very much for your patience and understanding, your well wishes and your prayers. Now I have some good news for everyone… My Dr. has cleared me to start being more active and I think I am now up to the task of getting the USA-1 kits done, so for all that have sent in their deposits please send in the remaining balance for the kit as soon as you can and for those that have not sent in their deposits but still want a kit now is your final chance to get a kit, so please send in the full payment to get yourself a kit.

I am sorry that this has come somewhat suddenly, but as mentioned above, the Dr just cleared me, so to help this along I have already set up the PayPal options on our USA-1 webpage for those that have already sent in their non-refundable deposits and just need to send in the balance (Balance Due box) and also for anyone that have not sent in a deposit and for any possible new comers (Full Kit Payment box). With that in place please send in your payments by the 16th of Dec.

Thanks again and I look forward to hearing back from everyone.

Please send us an email as soon as possible, so we can keep track of everyone that is getting a kit.
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 58 
 on: Yesterday at 10:43:27 AM 
Started by builditright - Last post by builditright
USA-1 Final Update

To all that have been very patiently waiting for the USA-1 kits I first want top say thank you very much for your patience and understanding, your well wishes and your prayers. Now I have some good news for everyone… My Dr. has cleared me to start being more active and I think I am now up to the task of getting the USA-1 kits done, so for all that have sent in their deposits please send in the remaining balance for the kit as soon as you can and for those that have not sent in their deposits but still want a kit now is your final chance to get a kit, so please send in the full payment to get yourself a kit.

I am sorry that this has come somewhat suddenly, but as mentioned above, the Dr just cleared me, so to help this along I have already set up the PayPal options on our USA-1 webpage for those that have already sent in their non-refundable deposits and just need to send in the balance (Balance Due box) and also for anyone that have not sent in a deposit and for any possible new comers (Full Kit Payment box). With that in place please send in your payments by the 16th of Dec.

Thanks again and I look forward to hearing back from everyone.


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 59 
 on: Yesterday at 10:28:12 AM 
Started by Perry Rose - Last post by BillLee
Oh, MAN, Tom! Dale is going to CRUCIFY you for mangling the name!  Grin

 60 
 on: Yesterday at 10:02:36 AM 
Started by Avaiojet - Last post by Mark Scarborough
waterslide decals are greatly enhanced by clear coats with Ultra Violet protection, like most two part clear urethane auto clears. Dope has no ultraviolet protection

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