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 on: Yesterday at 05:37:11 PM 
Started by dennis lipsett - Last post by dennis lipsett
A NIB Estes Black Widow that has the true stunt tank with it i.e. fill and overflow tubes. I have rotated the cylinder to the outboard wing side to make it easier to start and save outboard weight. It comes with extras, a NIP piston reset tool, Two packs of extra head gaskets and 3 extra new plugs. two are standard and one high compression.
$70.00 plus shipping.
Pay pal preferred but check or MO accepted  

 on: Yesterday at 05:22:19 PM 
Started by Motorman - Last post by TigreST
Here at the refinery we use 3M cartridge mask technology all the time.  The standard gear includes:

Half face mask plus P-100 filter for dust and particulate control. (3M-2091 or 3M-2097)
For VOC and solvent type absorbtion we go with the  P-100 filter set in conjunction with The 3M-60921, 3M-60923, or 3M-90926 cartridges. The effective protection duration of these cartridges is dependent upon the ppm (parts per million) measurement and the type of the contaminate in the air. The higher the ppm count the shorter the cartridge protection duration.

I use the same stuff at home.  Guess where I get it from?  The company is very good about suppling safety gear for home use.  I have no idea on pricing of the mask or cartridges.

Supplied air is also automotive standard for the use of 2part catalyzed finishing materials that contain isocynates.  The masks are a full face unit, not just a nose/mouth half mask mask systems.


 on: Yesterday at 05:20:42 PM 
Started by dennis lipsett - Last post by dennis lipsett
Here are 2 NIB Big Mig 061 Norvel engines. They come complete with extra plugs, wrench, extra head gaskets and base gaskets. One of the engines is equipped with a Texas Timer radial mount and the regular backplate will also be enclosed with this engine.
Price is $75.00 plus shipping for each engine and accessories.
Pay Pal preferred but check or MO will be accepted

 on: Yesterday at 05:20:00 PM 
Started by RC Storick - Last post by Chris Brainard
Happy Birthday! Please count me in

 on: Yesterday at 05:16:58 PM 
Started by Jared Hays - Last post by Curt D Contrata
There would still be two more around if my little buddy Pedro Soto hadn't purchased the 700 and the "74" ship.
He wrecked them both in a matter of minutes! The 700 was really pretty much used up but the "74" ship only had one season on it, flew really well and I begged him to not fly it because I knew what would happen.
(I love Pedro but I always insisted on "cash up front!")

Was he any relation to Tony Soto? I think Tony and his cousin Ralph bought and crashed everything my dad and I built!


 on: Yesterday at 05:14:11 PM 
Started by RC Storick - Last post by Curt D Contrata
Happy birthday!

Add me too.


 on: Yesterday at 05:08:54 PM 
Started by dennis lipsett - Last post by dennis lipsett
These are hard to get anymore but here are 2 NIB examples with extras. Both of them have 3 extra plugs, Wrench, extra prop screw and package of extra head gaskets. The heads have been hard to find and I heard that MECOA is now making them but these are original manufactured items. The extra items will be sent with each engine purchased.These engines will match the output of sport 15 engines in many uses.
Priced to move at $90.00 each. ask for price if your interested in both.
Shipping is extra, pay pal preferred with 3% for fee use gift
Check or MO also accepted.

 on: Yesterday at 04:57:06 PM 
Started by dennis lipsett - Last post by dennis lipsett
For Cox fans here as a NIB TD 051 with a few extras. There are 3 new unused high compression heads with plastic plug guards still attached, a Kirn Kraft NVA for pressure use or better settings than stock unit. and a package of 5 extra Cox head gaskets. The wrenches and instructions are in the box. it's worth more than the $70.00 for this complete package. Shipping is extra and pay pal is preferred with 3% for fee or your check or MO.


 on: Yesterday at 04:05:31 PM 
Started by Crist Rigotti - Last post by Crist Rigotti
This afternoon I started to do the finish.  A quick summary of what it'll be.  I use SIG dope and DuPont 3608S voc thinner.  I'll use Nitrate for the base coats because it helps keep the CF "stuck" to the fuselage.  I'll use Nitrate through the filler coats.  Then I switch to Butyrate.  For the clear I use SIG Lite-Coat. 

I'm applying the first several coats of Nitrate clear thinned 2/1 dope/thinner to the bare balsa.  I'll do at least 2 coats, but probably do 3 because I thinned it out.  I'm really amazed how just a few coats of dope will start to change the "feel" or "texture" of the balsa wood!  It starts to take on that "plastic" quality.

When done with these 2 or 3 coats I'll weigh and report of the weight gain.  As a matter of fact, I'll report throughout the finishing process what the weights are.  It's a good reference.

 on: Yesterday at 03:59:16 PM 
Started by Dave Lajb - Last post by EddyR
Many moons ago I won the KOI using this Thunderbird Fox 35 powered and Old Time stunt using this AAsr
Many people square off the front of the cowl but the original was built like this one. It is like a speed cowl.

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