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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #150 on: July 24, 2018, 03:00:34 PM »
Brass = copper + zinc  :)

FWIW so far I have used isopropyl alcohol for cleaning my lines, but would also like to know long term how to treat them.

It was very nice meeting  Ruslan at the practice site in Landres, I probably should have asked him there.
Hello, Hello Pat
Thank you.
I was also very pleased to meet and talk with you a week ago at the start in Landres.
Thanks again for your order. I was very surprised when I saw the delivery from Amazon to you in Canada.
I was very pleased that you are using my brass lines at such major competitions Stunt pilots from around the world.
I also really like the method of wrapping lines with copper wire as you do.
In any alcohol there is water. Because of this, I do not use alcohol to wipe the lines. I use and recommend to all who have brass lines to use only Zippo gasoline. This is the most environmentally friendly and harmless product for you and for your hands.
I wish all excellent flights.
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #151 on: July 24, 2018, 03:32:49 PM »
Hello, Hello Pat
Thank you.
I was also very pleased to meet and talk with you a week ago at the start in Landres.
Thanks again for your order. I was very surprised when I saw the delivery from Amazon to you in Canada.
I was very pleased that you are using my brass lines at such major competitions Stunt pilots from around the world.
I also really like the method of wrapping lines with copper wire as you do.
In any alcohol there is water. Because of this, I do not use alcohol to wipe the lines. I use and recommend to all who have brass lines to use only Zippo gasoline. This is the most environmentally friendly and harmless product for you and for your hands.
I wish all excellent flights.
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I that what we call "Lighter Fluid"?  I am using Acetone - is that a bad thing?

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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #152 on: July 24, 2018, 03:47:11 PM »
I that what we call "Lighter Fluid"?  I am using Acetone - is that a bad thing?

Ken

Hi Ken
Acetone is a poison.
This is very bad for you and for your hands.
At us in Ukraine acetone is a narcotic substance.
Buy it can only large medical enterprises with a license and wholesale. In free sale of acetone is not.
Use products that will not harm your health.
At the moment - it's gasoline Zippo or its analog.
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #153 on: July 24, 2018, 05:33:44 PM »
Hi Ken
Acetone is a poison.
This is very bad for you and for your hands.
At us in Ukraine acetone is a narcotic substance.
Buy it can only large medical enterprises with a license and wholesale. In free sale of acetone is not.
Use products that will not harm your health.
At the moment - it's gasoline Zippo or its analog.
Regards
RusLan
I assume this is what you are referring to.  I will stop drinking Acetone immediately!

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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #154 on: August 10, 2018, 05:45:37 PM »
Hello,friends!
Thank you all for the reports on brass lines that you write here on the forum and for the messages that come to me via e-mail.
I am very glad to communicate with athletes from different countries and I want to thank you for your orders and feedback.
I spend a lot of time to absolutely everyone who bought my lines were happy. This is the most important thing for me.
Recently, to provide a broader range of management lines, I've included my website:
https://controllineparts.com
I think that for the first time there will be noticeable inaccuracies in the work of the site, for which I apologize in advance. On the service for the buyer this will not be reflected in any way.
Also I want to place a link to my page in the space for sellers and thank the administration of the forum Hangar for it.
https://stunthanger.com/smf/controllineparts-com/welcome-ruslan-kurenkov/msg527424/#new
I wish all excellent flights!
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Ruslan
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #155 on: August 11, 2018, 08:42:16 PM »
I bought my first set Friday and I won't get them until next week. .016 64 foot. I will let everyone know how they work.
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #156 on: August 11, 2018, 10:05:14 PM »
I assume this is what you are referring to. 
Thanks - Ken

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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #157 on: August 15, 2018, 03:30:49 PM »
Hello,friends!
Yesterday, at the request of buyers on the site https://controllineparts.com/
PayPal payment system was installed.
I wish all excellent flights.
Ruslan Kurenkov
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #158 on: September 04, 2018, 02:26:10 PM »
Hello, friends !
In September, the price on the line was significantly reduced on my sales website.
I did this for athletes who are outside the US, and can now purchase lines through Pay Pal at the same price as Amazon America buyers.
I wish all excellent flights.
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #159 on: September 12, 2018, 07:36:35 PM »
Hello, friends !
In September, the price on the line was significantly reduced on my sales website.
I did this for athletes who are outside the US, and can now purchase lines through Pay Pal at the same price as Amazon America buyers.
I wish all excellent flights.
Regards
Ruslan

Ruslan, thank you! I ordered 2 sets to try on my new favorite airplane. The lines look very well made. The packaging is exceptional and very professional. The price per set is great, especially with Amazon prime and the free shipping. Your efforts are to be commended.

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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #160 on: September 18, 2018, 08:10:42 AM »
Ruslan, thank you! I ordered 2 sets to try on my new favorite airplane. The lines look very well made. The packaging is exceptional and very professional. The price per set is great, especially with Amazon prime and the free shipping. Your efforts are to be commended.

Hello Dane
Thank you for your good feedback.
Have you already used these lines on your new airplane?
Please write your impressions of the flight on brass lines and on stainless steel lines.
I wish you many good flights on your new plane!

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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #161 on: September 18, 2018, 10:19:18 AM »
I bought two sets. Now, I have to have a plane light enough to use them.  ;D
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #162 on: September 21, 2018, 02:22:18 PM »
I bought two sets. Now, I have to have a plane light enough to use them.  ;D
Hello Randy
Thank you for your order.
I hope that you will be very comfortable to manage your new and very light aircraft on new lines.
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #163 on: September 23, 2018, 04:04:07 PM »
Hello Dane
Thank you for your good feedback.
Have you already used these lines on your new airplane?
Please write your impressions of the flight on brass lines and on stainless steel lines.
I wish you many good flights on your new plane!

I flew several flights, back to back. I used my .015 60' lines that I made (maybe a SIG kit of lines) and Ruslan's lines, .015 60' pre-made set. There is a noticeable difference. So I switched back and forth again. 3 flights on each set. I think I'm going to stick with the controllineparts.com lines for my contest plane, the TEOSAWKI.

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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #164 on: October 02, 2018, 02:56:10 PM »
I flew several flights, back to back. I used my .015 60' lines that I made (maybe a SIG kit of lines) and Ruslan's lines, .015 60' pre-made set. There is a noticeable difference. So I switched back and forth again. 3 flights on each set. I think I'm going to stick with the controllineparts.com lines for my contest plane, the TEOSAWKI.
Hello Dane
Thanks for your feedback !
Your competition for which you were preparing already held?
If not yet, then I wish you to perform well.

Yesterday, October 1, on my page on Amazon, I was given the opportunity of international delivery. Also, when paying for brass steel control Lines to Amazon (FBM) that are currently being delivered from Ukraine (60 and 66), delivery time of at least 14 days should be taken into account. Amazon has mistaken two times already received payment from the buyer for delivery within 2 days on the line that is currently delivered only from Ukraine, which is at least two weeks. For this reason, there was a delay in the delivery of goods. I bring my apologies.
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #165 on: October 28, 2018, 03:43:47 AM »
Hello, friends!
I have two good news for you.
The first news consists of test results for the operation of brass-coated lines early in the morning on very wet, wet from dew grass. Before, I never flew constantly on wet grass early in the morning. Now, using a silent electric plane, I had the opportunity to train every morning on our football field, on the territory of which our aircraft modeling laboratory is located.
Tests were conducted within two months. Every morning I flew 4 times from 8 to 9 am, when the grass was very wet. During this period I had 25 trainings and I made only 100 flights. These are 100 takeoffs and 100 landings within 25 hours of training. Before training, I did not process my brassized lines with a rain detergent or oil to repel water. After training, I did not specifically wipe my wet brassized lines with a dry cotton cloth. My goal was to conduct a test in real weather conditions without any courting of brass-plated lines. I specifically exploited brass lines just like steel 7-wire stainless lines on which I flew 3 years ago.
After two months of flying exclusively on wet grass and after storing the lines in a dry ventilated room in my wooden launch box, I did not find any rust on the lines or any darkening from contact with dew.
At the same time, I absolutely did not wipe the lines from moisture.
I was very surprised. Now I am very glad that I personally could, as a manufacturer, conduct such an important test for my customers who constantly ask me the same question about the storage and operation of brass-plated lines.

The second good news is the presence of brass-plated lines of different lengths and a diameter of 0.0145 inches from today on Amazon. These lines are flight-ready, 61, 62, 63, and 64 feet long. A little later, in two weeks, lines with a length of 60, 65, and 66 feet with a diameter of 0.0145 will appear on sale, and lines 0.0165 with a length of 61 and 62 feet which have not been seen before.

Many thanks for your attention, your orders and your questions for which I always try to give a reasoned answer.
I wish you all many many good flights and good mood.
Regards
Ruslan Kurenkov & team Controllineparts

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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #166 on: October 28, 2018, 11:03:58 AM »
I also received a set of lines from you. And some small wheels for 1/2A.
Thanks for the service. I haven't flown yet since then. I'm confident the lines will be great.
Thank you!
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #167 on: October 30, 2018, 03:57:00 PM »
I also received a set of lines from you. And some small wheels for 1/2A.
Thanks for the service. I haven't flown yet since then. I'm confident the lines will be great.
Thank you!
Hello Chris.
Yes, I remember your order on our site   controllineparts.com
You chose very good lines with a diameter of 0.0145 inches.
I myself fly on such lines only a little longer. My lines are now 64 feet long. The wheels that you bought I use on the rear rack chassis. These are the lightest wheels that I managed to find from manufacturers. The weight of such a wheel is only 1 gram.
Thank you for ordering!
I think that the duration of the delivery from Ukraine to you in Los Angeles was not long?
Please write your impressions after the first flights on brass lines 0.0145

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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #168 on: November 16, 2018, 04:06:29 PM »
Hello friends !
I want to inform you that the previously brass lines ready for flight were made by me only with a diameter of 0.0165 inches. The length of the lines was only 66' 65' and 60' feet. Now there are new length options. These are 64' 63' 62' and 61' feet.
Also, brass steel control lines with a diameter of 0.0145 were not ready for flight at all. There was only a kit available in the set length of 70 feet.
Now I began to produce lines with a diameter of 0.0145 inches, ready for flight of various lengths, 60' 61' 62' 63' 64' 65' and 66 feet.
In addition, there have been slight changes in the use of fittings. Now I use new brass rings.
The entire range of lines, and these are 32 different variants of the combination of length and diameter, are now presented on my website and on Amazon.
Thank you for your orders.
Waiting for your comments after using my lines in flight.
I wish you all a lot of good flights and good mood.
Regards
Ruslan

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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #169 on: December 20, 2018, 04:54:30 AM »
Hello, friends!
I recently read a new issue of Model Aviation magazine. There, in the controlline section, Bob Hunt wrote an article about his impressions about the use of various lines and about brass steel control lines. For those who are interested in the article about the lines, i want to publish here on the forum the entire article completely with the permission of the author.

"We stunt fliers spend tremendous amounts of time and energy thinking about ways to improve our performance and the performance of our models, focusing on power systems, building and finishing techniques, and coaching and practicing, but we spend almost no time thinking about - or trying to improve on - the actual control lines on which we fly our models. We use whatever is commercially available and trust that it is going to give us the best possible performance. And, to be fair, most of the lines we have been flying on for years have yielded great performance and value.
   Unlike most stunt fliers, I have opted to use solid lines instead of braided lines for most of my career. With the solids I have the advantage of being able to fly on thinner lines for a given weight of the model than if I were to use the braided lines (check out the AMA rules concerning model weights and line size requirements). Of course I’ve had to endure the down side issues of the solids as well. They need to be cleaned thoroughly before each flight with a solvent, and they are prone to “stick together” in rainy conditions. Still, the performance that I feel I’ve gained has kept me using them over the years.
   Recently I had the opportunity to fly Tom Luciano’s Crossfire on a new type of line. Tom had invited me to his field to help him trim out some minor annoying tendencies in his model. When I got to the field he told me that all those issues had been fixed by a switch to a new type of control line. Tom had obtained a set of lines that are being marketed by Ruslan Kurenkov, a Ukrainian stunt flier.
   Tom had been experiencing some lock issues after a hard corner with his model on the .015 cables he’d been using. It was not horrible, but annoying enough that he wanted to try and trim the model to prevent that problem. When he put the Ukrainian lines on the model, all the problems went away. And, in fact, he said the model flew better in every respect with the new lines.
   One flight on Tom’s model convinced me that these were the best lines I had ever flown on by a wide margin. I told Tom, “It’s like a different hobby flying on these lines.” Not only did the model lock very securely after each corner, it also felt easier to steer through rounds and it was much easier to make accurate transitions at the intersection points in the double maneuvers. Overall there was a very positive “steerability” on these lines compared to the normal cables. They provided all the advantages that I had found in the solid lines, without any of the downsides mentioned above.
   The only caveat to these new lines is that they require a bit more care in the way of storage. They are brass plated, and corrosion can be an issue. It is suggested strongly that the lines be wiped down with a rag saturated with machine oil after use. And, of course, this means that the oil must also be throughly cleaned from the lines before use (Ruslan recommends the use of Zippo lighter fluid to clean the lines).   
   Ruslan offers a wide variety of lines through his company, Control Line Parts, but the lines that Tom purchased are made up of 4-strand brass plated steel. I cannot comment on the stainless steel lines that are available from Control Line Parts. The brass plated steel lines are available already made up in several line lengths, and feature swagged ends. I’e never been a big fan of swagged ends on lines, so I would recommend purchasing lines that are a bit longer than you need and wrapping the ends yourself to suit.
    A complete listing of available lengths and diameters of the brass plated steel lines can be found on Ruslan’s website, controllineparts.com. I highly recommend that you give them a try.

And now, goodbye…
   For personal and health reasons I’m retiring as the CL Aerobatics columnist for Model Aviation effective immediately. In my tenure here it has been my privilege to try to inform and inspire CL Stunt fliers; and from the many hundreds of supportive emails and letters I’ve received it seems I’ve been successful to a large degree in that endeavor.
   To try and acknowledge everyone who has contributed to the column and supported me in this post would take all the pages of this magazine, so I’ll just say thanks to everyone who contributed, and thanks to all who have taken the time to read this column while I was at the helm.
   I have spoken with Jay Smith about a replacement columnist, and I’m overjoyed to report that Joe Daly has been appointed as the new guy here. Joe is an enthusiastic, extremely talented, and fully engaged Stunt flier, and I’m certain that his tenure here will be very successful.
   May you have light winds and good line tension. - Bob Hunt "

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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #170 on: December 20, 2018, 11:25:54 AM »
If I was really serious about flying competition stunt I would try a set.  But I already have several spools of bulk lines that I make my lines from.

Thanks for the printing Bob's article.  He has been an inspiration for me from the first time I met him at the 74 Lake Charles NATS when my team mate an I were making a set of lines for F2C.  How many remember the lines with the little tabs/flags on them to keep the lines lined up.   Celebrated when they were out lawed.   They did make for faster planes when they were right, but took a lot more care.

Don't know if Bob will see this but he did act surprised when I told him I read all of his stuff.   Hope he has a long happy  retirement. H^^
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #171 on: December 20, 2018, 03:25:12 PM »
If I was really serious about flying competition stunt I would try a set.  But I already have several spools of bulk lines that I make my lines from.

Thanks for the printing Bob's article.  He has been an inspiration for me from the first time I met him at the 74 Lake Charles NATS when my team mate an I were making a set of lines for F2C.  How many remember the lines with the little tabs/flags on them to keep the lines lined up.   Celebrated when they were out lawed.   They did make for faster planes when they were right, but took a lot more care.

Don't know if Bob will see this but he did act surprised when I told him I read all of his stuff.   Hope he has a long happy  retirement. H^^
You should give them a try then alert us to the EBay link where you are selling your bulk stash! LL~
They are that much better. y1

I am going to miss Bob's articles too.  I have never had the pleasure of meeting him personally but his Crossfire was my Windows background while I was in the wilderness. 

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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #172 on: April 25, 2020, 04:06:49 AM »
Hello, friends !
I want to inform you that recently, after numerous production experiments and positive February flight tests, from 01.03.2020, I began to produce completely new brass lines which are the best product to date in the last five years. These are lines consisting of three rows and have a new diameter of 0.375 mm (0.0145), they are now also twisted as lines with a diameter of 0.415 mm (0.0165) and these are 10 turns per 10 mm of length. Previously, there were 4 strands, the diameter of the lines was 0.370 mm (0.014) and there were 6 turns per 10 mm of length (not fully twisted).
The lines work ideally with a power installation, which provides excellent glide among themselves, without any sticking in the complete absence of vibration from the aircraft electric motor.
On the site controllineparts.com these are any lines with a diameter of 0.014 - 0.0145.
On Amazon, new lines 0.0145x70 and 0.0145x60.
Thank you all for your attention.
I wish you many great flights.
Ruslan Kurenkov.
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #173 on: May 20, 2020, 03:00:30 AM »
Hello, friends !
Today I want to tell you about our new fluid that we developed and tested for long-term storage and use of steel brass lines. This liquid completely removes moisture and any contaminants from the surface of the lines and completely prevents rusting of brass steel lines during long-term storage and long-term operation. The liquid is applied from the bottle to the cotton cloth and then with this cloth you wipe the lines before training and after finishing flying before reeling onto the reel. After wiping the lines with PMDS-20 liquid, you will immediately feel how it becomes easier to control your plane. When rubbing against each other, the lines begin to slide and the friction decreases significantly. Water, rain, fog and dew when dropped on your brass lines are immediately thrown to the side. The liquid has a strong water-repellent effect, it penetrates inward between individual strands and forcing out dirt, dust and water no longer allows water to penetrate between the strands and start corrosion there. The anti-corrosion fluid must be used before each workout, and during training flights, wipe the lines with a dry cotton cloth without any means. Before reeling up the lines, wipe the lines again with a cotton cloth dampened with liquid.
If you are careful about your lines, carefully unwind and rewind them, carefully fasten and unfasten them from the carabiners on the control handle and on the wing, do not step on them, do not cling to the lines when planting on stones on asphalt or tall dense grass, constantly wipe the lines with a cotton cloth from dust and dirt, from castor oil which from the engine will get onto the lines, from moisture with the help of PDMS-20 - your lines will last you a very long time and will give you many good flights and a lot of good mood.
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Re: Ukraine lines
« Reply #174 on: June 15, 2021, 03:27:43 PM »
Hello, friends !
Today I want to inform you about the new lines that we began to produce in the spring, in April of this year. These are brand new brass carbon steel lines with a diameter of 0.0145 inches. (0.38mm) 50 lb. of 3 strands, with a diameter of 0.018 in. (0.45mm) 60 lb. from 4 strands.
The new lines are wound on more convenient plastic reels of a new design in yellow or red.
New brass plated carbon steel lines 0.0145 (0.38mm) and 0.018 (0.45mm) are now available on Amazon in 7 sizes 60.61.62.63.64.65 and 70ft.
Also on Amazon are presented brass lines made of carbon steel with a diameter of 0.0165 (0.425 mm) 50lb. of 4 strands in 8 sizes of lengths 60,61,62,63,64,65,66 and 70 feet and traditional stainless steel lines from MBS with a diameter of 0.015 in. and 0.018 in. in two basic sizes, lengths 60 and 70 feet.
The new brass-plated carbon steel lines consisting of 3 strands 0.38 mm in diameter meet the AMA regulations for F2B models weighing up to 64 oz and work ideally on F2B models flying without vibration using electric motors.
The new brass-plated carbon steel 4-strand 0.45mm line meets AMA regulations for F2B models weighing over 64oz and is ideal for large or heavy F2B models using powerful 75-81 nitro motors.
I wish you many good flights.
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