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 91 
 on: Today at 06:50:57 AM 
Started by cory colquhoun - Last post by Dallas Hanna
woops Dallas I didn't realise you are from Aus I just pm you

Good to hear from you Cory.  You are only 500km north of me but hope to catch up in the future. Smiley

DH

 92 
 on: Today at 06:36:25 AM 
Started by Dane Martin - Last post by Ken Burdick
The ladies are nice, but as you say, finding .010 alum is difficult, that's why the Kansas Twister recommendation. Also a full pan is a much stronger ship in the event of a rough landing.

 93 
 on: Today at 06:36:23 AM 
Started by badbill - Last post by badbill
Reduced to $70 shipped, two available.

 94 
 on: Today at 05:59:08 AM 
Started by Joseph Patterson - Last post by Joseph Patterson
        This is reminder that if you are competing in these events at the 2017 NAT's you may preregister  beginning now by contacting me at my email listed in the members section, or simply in reply to this thread. The flyer is posted in the events section with all pertinent info. My contact info. is also there. We have added N-30 as an event so all stunt era's are covered except present day. My wife, Kathleen and I will be in Muncie several days before this competition so if you see us let us get you on the board early. We will also have a table set up at the 180 BLDG. Mon. 17TH TO PREREGISTER while the appearance judging is taking place. Those that can't register early can gitter done on contest day (18TH) 7:30-8:00 AM.
         Thanks,
                  Doug   

 95 
 on: Today at 05:50:20 AM 
Started by cory colquhoun - Last post by cory colquhoun
"Dallas was hinting at it"  y1

Sure was Brett!!  If Cory can let us know what area he is living we may have someone near to give him some help. N.S.W is big but not that big.  Not many model fliers west of the mountains.  I have a Merco 35 in a "Stingray" and another in a T-Bird II. They are all the early 1970s red head vintage. Usual fuel is minimum 22.5% oil and maybe 5% nitro. All ok for "sport" flying with 10 x 5-5,5 Eather CF props which I have tried but certainly not sub 5 sec laps on 62ft lines.  I use Castor (Castrol M) in them but mainly because that's what they had as a diet years ago.

Cory, you never know, there could even be the odd ST 46 or similar engines sitting in cupboards somewhere which aren't used for comp flying now. (wink wink!!)

DH
woops Dallas I didn't realise you are from Aus I just pm you

 96 
 on: Today at 05:31:35 AM 
Started by cory colquhoun - Last post by Dallas Hanna
Yes guys struggling with it all,I think I need a new engine these older ones have been giving me grief for a while now,after all the input I'm running engines way to lean , thought that running at peak was the go, wanna go out on weekend and try a bit richer before I go new.i won't give up just yet, so much more tech involved.

"Dallas was hinting at it"  y1

Sure was Brett!!  If Cory can let us know what area he is living we may have someone near to give him some help. N.S.W is big but not that big.  Not many model fliers west of the mountains.  I have a Merco 35 in a "Stingray" and another in a T-Bird II. They are all the early 1970s red head vintage. Usual fuel is minimum 22.5% oil and maybe 5% nitro. All ok for "sport" flying with 10 x 5-5,5 Eather CF props which I have tried but certainly not sub 5 sec laps on 62ft lines.  I use Castor (Castrol M) in them but mainly because that's what they had as a diet years ago.

Cory, you never know, there could even be the odd ST 46 or similar engines sitting in cupboards somewhere which aren't used for comp flying now. (wink wink!!)

DH

 97 
 on: Today at 05:25:57 AM 
Started by Brian Gardner - Last post by Brian Gardner
Lyle, yes you are on the list mate.

Mike, there are some that are not yet reserved.

 98 
 on: Today at 05:14:35 AM 
Started by John Rist - Last post by Joseph Patterson
     Thanks for the interest shown by everyone. There will be SKILL CLASSES in Profile(eng. size to AMA max. .92 c.i.), skill classes in N-30 (Competitor may fly a Classic, or OTS era models in this event), and SKILL CLASSES in P.A. (Precision Aerobatics). However, we are not doing a Classic event.  OTS and War Bird Stunt events will be OPEN events.
        Profile (Beginner,IAE), N-30 (Beginner,IAE), OTS, and War Bird Stunt will be on SAT., Sept. 29TH, and PA (Beginner,IAE) on Sun., Sept. 30TH.
        We will use the same War Bird Stunt rules as the Baton Rouge Bi-Liners use at their Zachary, LA. contest which were formulated by Jim Oliver, who I hope will be able to come and compete.
      I don't believe this Park accommodates  RV camping, or camping of any sort. There are places near that do. That was a good question- We will get camping information this week and add it to the flyer.
      I will post a complete contest flyer by tomorrow evening. Also to the gentleman above flying his first contest in Beginner Profile you may also fly in P.A. on Sun. w/same plane and I hope you do make the trip. We need guys like you so much to keep C/L stunt moving on. 
       Thanks again,
                         Doug Patterson- CD- < jd3patterson@gmail.com >
  

 99 
 on: Today at 05:00:57 AM 
Started by jfv - Last post by jfv
Just make sure you clamp it into a good solid vice.  Let us know how you make out.

 100 
 on: Today at 04:20:17 AM 
Started by Brian Gardner - Last post by Mike Bufkin
Brian,
If you end up with any leftovers,I'll take a few.
Mike

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