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 51 
 on: Yesterday at 03:01:23 PM 
Started by Tim Wescott - Last post by Steve Thornton
Tim I had some rotator cuff repair done.  I had a bone spur that was eroding my cuff and I couldn't reach my back pocket for my wallet or scratch my ear.  very painful.  6 weeks after surgery I had more flexibility and upper body strength than I had in 40 years, thanks to a great Physical Therapist who laughingly said before each session, "If you ain't screamin' like a little girl we ain't doin' no good."  The painless mobility can be achieved but diagnosis is essential to the remedy and a GOOD PT are essential to the recovery.  My first diagnosis came from my GP, who said that I had just strained my shoulder and sent me to PT.  The 23 year-old gal was disinterested in my symptoms and did me much damage...once.  I went to my ortho Dr and he was the best move I could have made.  I've had 4 hand surgeries by his partner "the hand specialist," and these folks are magicians.  I can play guitar again better than ever.  Hope you have a speedy recovery!
Steve 

 52 
 on: Yesterday at 02:11:30 PM 
Started by Bootlegger - Last post by RandySmith
additional info, if you find  Bru Line  filtrs, the  Black coarse  filter  does not change   much of anything on the run,  the  fine  green filter  makes the venturie "act"  like its  a few thousands  smaller.
Panty hose  under  the  Bru Line  filter  makes  the venturie  act even smaller, and  also helps stop  fuel from going  out of the top of the venturie, on engines  where  that is a problem

Randy

 53 
 on: Yesterday at 02:07:22 PM 
Started by Bootlegger - Last post by RandySmith
Does that help "make it insensitive to the external flow field"? It would make sense.


NO it helps in this way, both keep the  soft  sleeve  material in good shape , I have seen about a thousand that have many flights, and ones with filters  are  in much better  shape,  and it also keeps some of the sand   dirt  debris  out of the engine, the  BRULINE  filter  is also  taller and trumpet shape, which helps, with "some" engines  keeping  fuel in them, and not letting  it spill out of the  top of the venturie, others  don't need it near as  badly as some, I was speaking  of  1 layer  of panty hose,  you will need  to add  additional  layers  to make the  venturie "act"   smaller

Next thing I would like  to test is  L   shaped  intakes,  I have  rubber intake filters that are  "L"  shaped  so you can run them , into the wind, pointing outboard, or  pointed  inboard
, I have a good idea  what will  be the results, but   testing will  verify
Randy

 54 
 on: Yesterday at 01:57:24 PM 
Started by Bootlegger - Last post by Bill Johnson

If you can find any  Bruline  rubber  filter holders  and filters,  that also  very much worthwhile,  if not  use  1 layer  panties hose

Randy

Does that help "make it insensitive to the external flow field"? It would make sense.

 55 
 on: Yesterday at 12:51:40 PM 
Started by Matt Spencer - Last post by Paul Smith
Thanks a lot.  Good link.  I shot in a few bids.

I did not, however, top the $100 bid for Sig SPAD & D-7 kits.  If I thought people would pay over $100 for one of these I could hand-cut it and make money.  But then, there are kit collector's.


 56 
 on: Yesterday at 12:23:53 PM 
Started by cory colquhoun - Last post by Tim Wescott
To be fair, Tim didn't tell me that the model would only fly level laps. Considering that I GAVE Tim a pretty good flying Fancherized Twister WITH engine and lines, I didn't expect such a blatant example of poor trim, or such a wide divergence from the gifted ride.

Fords have been known to catch fire, Tim...  ''  Steve 

The trim was fine, you just don't move your hand enough to match the handle spacing.

 57 
 on: Yesterday at 12:16:03 PM 
Started by Dietmar Morbitzer - Last post by Dietmar Morbitzer
Engine is sold,
please delete.
Dietmar

 58 
 on: Yesterday at 12:15:01 PM 
Started by dennis lipsett - Last post by Manuel Cortes
Sent PM

 59 
 on: Yesterday at 12:02:41 PM 
Started by Warren Walker - Last post by peabody
This is HUGE news hereabouts....Sarasota being John Ringling's home and the home of a wonderful Circus Museum as well as art gallery and grounds....
And Venice was the winter home of the B&B Circus until 1990.....
The Arena that Shug mentions was torn down last year....full of asbestos and structurally unsound. The town was all upset when the contract for demo was let.....had a yard sale, raised about $200 to help defray the $ multi million restoration cost.....too little, too late.
I just helped raise $225,000 to restore a circus car that will be displayed at the Venice Area Historical Society's area by the train station....no trains anymore....GM won.
The head Of Feld Productions....owners of the B&B Circus, was visibly shaken when he announced the closing....he had worked for/with the circus for fifty years....just blamed the huge expense of doing it, NOT the lack of elephants.
But, in my opinion, it isn't a circus unless there is a bear on a bicycle....

Have fun!

 60 
 on: Yesterday at 11:59:44 AM 
Started by cory colquhoun - Last post by Steve Helmick
To be fair, Tim didn't tell me that the model would only fly level laps. Considering that I GAVE Tim a pretty good flying Fancherized Twister WITH engine and lines, I didn't expect such a blatant example of poor trim, or such a wide divergence from the gifted ride.

Fords have been known to catch fire, Tim...  ''  Steve 

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