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 91 
 on: Yesterday at 09:23:06 PM 
Started by big ron - Last post by Steve Helmick
FWIW:  A case of Powermaster has 6 one gallon cans in it, not the more common four. Good to know if you are going to order by the case. Cool

Yup, that makes a case of Powermaster a bit of a stretch for me on SS. I'm wondering if the VP/Wildcat will remain in jugs and cases of 4. I'm kinda hoping so, but then Powermaster has the GMA blends. Wildcat "JET" (Ducted Fan) mixes are pretty close to the 10-22 at 10-23, tho the 23% is probably 80-20 synthetic-castor.  Hoff Steve

 92 
 on: Yesterday at 09:21:03 PM 
Started by John Rist - Last post by Robert Storick
Saturday is 5-9 MPH wind according to aviation weather

http://www.usairnet.com/cgi-bin/launch/code.cgi?sta=KSTL&state=MO

 93 
 on: Yesterday at 09:18:08 PM 
Started by Peter Anglberger - Last post by Chris Wilson
"I found the best location was just near the Highpoint, which is further back than the initial 10% back that I was recommended"

http://stunthanger.com/smf/index.php/topic,23110.0.html

 94 
 on: Yesterday at 09:13:01 PM 
Started by Peter Anglberger - Last post by Howard Rush
There is no aerodynamic significance to the "high point".  I don't know where to tell you to put them, though.  It's probably a function of the wing upon which you are putting them.  Here's a picture of where I put mine and a picture of VGs on Dan Hune's Yatsenko Shark. 

 95 
 on: Yesterday at 08:35:11 PM 
Started by Mark Mc - Last post by Dan McEntee
  I'll be putting up flights with mine on Saturday afternoon following the end of official flying at the Broken Arrow Stunt and Scale Contest at Buder Park in Valley Park, MO. I will be putting up some flights also with a Cox Stuka. I have recounted my first attempts with flying control line models elsewhere on Stunthanger, and have always wanted to recreate that point of my history, but with better results this time! If you are near the St. Louis area and want to get in on the good time, see the announcement in the events section for contests details.
  Type at you later,
   Dan McEntee

 96 
 on: Yesterday at 08:31:01 PM 
Started by John Rist - Last post by Fred Cronenwett
I have been checking the weather also, changes quickly. I got a little breezy last year but was still able to get complete flights in

Fred

 97 
 on: Yesterday at 08:16:19 PM 
Started by John Rist - Last post by John Rist
It looks like we will be fighting the wind Saturday.   Hopefully we can fly early or late or possibly Sunday - especially the 1/2A stuff.

 98 
 on: Yesterday at 07:55:25 PM 
Started by Mark Mc - Last post by Dwayne Donnelly
I'm in  y1 Turn Grin

 99 
 on: Yesterday at 07:45:13 PM 
Started by Curare - Last post by Curare
Steve, having seen glass deflect like saran wrap in my time, I know full well that it's flexible.

My bench originally was a pool table slate, which had been levelled and shimmed for flatness when I moved house not that long ago.

Since then I stole a large piece of TSG from a glass works (from a bus) and shimmed it with sheets of paper, so I feel I can hang my hat on it for being within a thou or two over the 4'x3' sheet.

 100 
 on: Yesterday at 07:42:45 PM 
Started by Peter Anglberger - Last post by Peter Anglberger
I am considering installing vortex generators on one of my Yatsenko Classics. I read PJ's comprehensive 2011 post found via the search function. One thing that is not entirely clear is the exact position chordwise. Should the tabs be centred on the high point or should the rear be coincident with the high point, or some other specific distance forward of the high point. I'm sure PJ will reply to this, but I would also be interested in locations tried by other users of vortex generators.

Regards,
            Peter

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