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 61 
 on: Today at 05:10:59 PM 
Started by bill bischoff - Last post by Motorman
Find the down wind spot and back up 45 degrees.  You don't want the wind getting under your tail.


MM

 62 
 on: Today at 05:08:37 PM 
Started by Lyle Spiegel - Last post by Motorman
What could go wrong he's got Canadian health.


MM

 63 
 on: Today at 05:04:51 PM 
Started by Ron Cribbs - Last post by Larry Fernandez
George Aldrich "modified" a few of the cast case engines and made them a .50 for stunt.  Three of those I know about really ran well.  They are engraved with George's name. 

Keith

I have one of those Jett .50's that I bought in '97. Awesome motor.

Larry, Buttafucco Stunt Team

 64 
 on: Today at 05:02:59 PM 
Started by Jim Roselle - Last post by Jim Roselle
So I was recently  married and the way it's done now is to register online for gifts. People buy the gifts online and they ship directly to the house. My wife thought I was crazy for saving all the tissue from the packaging. Crate & Barrel stores have an especially distinctive tissue paper.

 Gentleman, I give you the "Crate & Barrel Special":


I'm applying polyspan to the wings tomorrow. It's my first time using poly so I will watch Roberts video once more and report back with the results tomorrow.

Jim

 65 
 on: Today at 04:58:52 PM 
Started by FLOYD CARTER - Last post by FLOYD CARTER
My motors are never "happy".  They're just a bunch of grumpy old troublemakers!

F.C.

 66 
 on: Today at 04:42:15 PM 
Started by Fred Quedenfeld jr - Last post by kenneth cook
Fred http://www.texastimers.com/ sells the needle for the cox 128tpi and you need a spray bar from a old cox postage stamp back plate. Take the carb completely off and fit the spray bar inside the case. I'm assuming this is for the newer revlite version which has the screw on carb with small holes for the screws i think some of the old norvels had glued in ones and had a really big hole in the case which means you need to jb weld a td carb inside and put the 128tpi needle inside that. good luck Shawn Cook 

 67 
 on: Today at 04:39:32 PM 
Started by Ron Cribbs - Last post by Trostle
Just for the record and all may already know this.  Jett made cast case 40's for the RC racing guys.  These were not the machined bar stock engines that Richard Oliver worked on.  George Aldrich "modified" a few of the cast case engines and made them a .50 for stunt.  Three of those I know about really ran well.  They are engraved with George's name.  George told me that if I needed more on them, Dub knew the metallurgy, the timing, and the fit for the engines.  They could be rear exhaust or side exhaust.

Keith

 68 
 on: Today at 04:29:52 PM 
Started by Gerald Arana - Last post by Dane Martin
I like posts like this. Good form Jerry.

 69 
 on: Today at 04:27:23 PM 
Started by Avaiojet - Last post by Dane Martin
Charles,
My vote is the biplane.
But as everyone who knows me knows, I'm all about four stroke biplanes and triplanes!!

 70 
 on: Today at 04:04:40 PM 
Started by Fred Quedenfeld jr - Last post by Fred Quedenfeld jr
Where can I get a Needle Valve assembly for the norvel half /a engine to use with a bladder tank
The Norvel unit seems too course one click too lean  one click too rich
Fred Q

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