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Old 02-17-2009, 07:30 PM
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kid, looks like you don't mind getting kicked out of the house! LOL, nice set up. Jon
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Old 02-17-2009, 09:15 PM
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Just three flyables, with half a dozen kits waiting. Thinking about adding the new GP Escapade.[sm=shades_smile.gif]
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Old 02-17-2009, 09:27 PM
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Those are nice looking

Most of mine are in my gallery
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Old 02-18-2009, 08:23 PM
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Thanks, the SSE is my workhorse. Over 120 flights on it.[sm=shades_smile.gif]
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Old 02-18-2009, 08:59 PM
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I had never seen a SSE until I had to live in the South East for 3 years and everyone at that field had one.

They are a great universal plane that can fly as gentle as a trainer if the need arises

They hold up well to many flights
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Old 03-18-2009, 09:02 PM
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All RTF
GP Patty Wagstaff Extra 300 //DL50
H9 Extra 260//FTL45
H9 Ultra Stick 60//Thunder Tiger 91 4S
H9 Twist 60//Saito 100
H9 Pulse 60//Evolution 61
H9 Funtana 40//Saito 82
H9 Tribute 36//Thunder Tiger 46
Lanier Stinger 60//Thunder Tiger 91 4S

on the building bench
GP Ultra Sport 40+

NIB
H9 Extra 260
GP Escapade
Sig Wonder kit

other than planes

Aquacraft Air Force airboat//Aquacraft .46
Traxxas T-Maxx//Ofna Hyper .21
Losi XXX-T///19T Reedy
Traxxas Rustler//19T Reedy(son's truck)
Losi Mini-T//stock(son's truck)

Did have 5 electric RTF planes,sold at Perry R/C swap meet.
Decided I like nitro and gas planes more.
Nothing like the smell of nitro in the morning.
or the power of a 5 HP gas engine.
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Old 03-18-2009, 09:38 PM
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Heres what I have ready to fly:

H9 Funtana 90, Magnum 120 FS
OMP Edge 540, Magnum 70 FS
Swanys MoJo, 40 Royal 46
H9 Tribute 36, Evo 36
Great planes Super Decathalon, OS 48 FS
Goldberg Aniversery Cub, Enya 53 FS
Lainer Shrike 40, OS 45 FSR
Great Planes Combat Corsair, OS 25 FP
Sig Wonder, OS 15 FP
EZ Combat Stick German type, OS 40 FS
BH models P 36 Hawk, Magnum 91 FS
Sig P 51 B, Saito FA 100
Hobbico Extra 300s Magnum 91 FS

I have these ones on the building bench:

Great planes Dazzler
Sig Sky Bolt
Midwest Star Duster

Planes that need repair:

H9 Twist 60
Reaction Pattern plane 120 size
Great planes Uproar 60

Still to be built:

Great Planes Cap 232
Balsa USA North Star
ACE 4-40 bi-plane

I might have missed some that I havent thought about in a while.
My wife thinks I have a problem? I think the ploblem is I dont have them all!

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Old 03-19-2009, 06:52 PM
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Ready to fly:
SSE ax46
Sky Raider MachII ax46
Kadet Sr OS 56 alpha FS
Sr Telemaster G20 EI
Unionville Otter Thor 45cdi
F22 foamy electric
Blade CX2


ARF NIB:

BH T-28 OS 61
Kadet Sr TH .75
GP Giant Big Stik Homelite 25cc*
Sig Four Star 120 G26 EI
Giant Aeromaster Brilleli 46GT
SeaGull Super Star
Sig Sundancer Giant


Kits nib:
Sr Telemaster kit

* Currently on the bench
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Old 03-20-2009, 09:14 PM
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hi, name's don. i have been flying for 13yrs. i have 17
sig kadet LT-40 / OS 46LA
Phoenix Dolphin sport 40 / OS 40 max
unknown stick / ASP 61
Tiger Moth / Leo .28
Unknown Super Chipmunk / ASP 61
Midwest P51 mustang / OS FS-91S
EZ P51 Mustang / Super tigre 45
Duraplane trainer 40
Topflite Trainer 60
Royal Products 1/5 scale Stinson Reliant

next the electrics
Hobbyzone Super Cub
Parkzone J3 Cub
Greatplanes Yak 55
Parkzone Cessna 210 Centurion
Parkzone Vapor
MS composit Blade dancer
Greatplanes F6F Hellcat

the ones that are now gone
hangar 9 easy fly 40 (first plane)
Hobbico Avistar 40
unknown low wing
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Old 03-21-2009, 12:55 PM
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Hi, I cerently have 19 years in to the hobby with a 10 year break in there. been adicted for the last 6 years to giant gas.

RIP. SD-MODEL Yak-54 DL-50 87"
RIP, segull edge 540 os120ax 68"
Sold, 33% Lanier Edge 540 DA-85 94"
Sold, Hanger 9 funtana 90 ST. 90 68"

Curently,
Andrew jesky 50" extra
Aeroworks 100cc extra 300 DA-100 106"
BH-MODELS cap 232 DL-50 81"
And a little heli mixed in Blade 400 3D
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Old 03-21-2009, 01:39 PM
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Currently I have the following ready to fly:
GP Stearman w/ BCMA 26
GP Wagstaff Extra 300s w/ DL 50
GP Giant Stick w/ Fuji 43EI-2
GP Edge 540 3D elec
RC Guys Decathlon w/ Fuji 43EI-2
Aeroworks Pitts Python w/ MT 57
Aeroworks Yak 54 w/ DL 100
GP Extra 330S 3D w/ DL 50

NIB Sig 33% Spacewalker w/ DL 50
Scratch building Midwest Giant Sweet n Low Stick w/ MT 62
Hoping for an AMR Giant Stick 106" which I have an Area 102cc I will put on.
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Old 03-21-2009, 04:14 PM
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I have two for now... 3rd one is on its way. I own a Hanger 9 Fokker, a MCX E-flight Helicopter and I have a Kyosho FW-190 coming soon.
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Old 03-22-2009, 04:04 PM
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Luftwaffe, You are going to love your new Kyosho 190. Super quality and a great flyer.
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Old 03-23-2009, 03:52 AM
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Luftwaffe, You are going to love your new Kyosho 190. Super quality and a great flyer.

Thanks sj3cub. I'm trying to decide if my Evolution .46NX has enough power for it... I might buy the Evolution .52NX for it instead. [8D]
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Old 03-23-2009, 03:29 PM
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Either of those would be acceptable. I have a YS-.63s for mine.
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Old 03-23-2009, 04:22 PM
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Tower 60/OS 70 4-stroke (converted to taildragger)
Parkzone Corsair
Parkzone T-28
Sig Somethin Extra/Saito 82
Hobbico Twinstar/OS 25FP's
H-9 T-34/ 82 Saito
H-9 P-47 60/ OS 91FX/ Robart retracts
H-9 Hellcat/ 100 Saito
Nitromodels 337 Skymaster/ OS .25 LA's
Seagull Ultimate 40/ OS 46FX
Ace Seamaster/ Saito 65
Richmodels Quickie/ OS 40
H-9 Frenzy/ OS 91FX
GP Giant Super Sportster/ G38
Seagull Sparrow Hawk/ RCV120
H-9 Cub 40 on floats/ Saito FA-90T twin/onboard glow
GP Matt Chapman Cap 580 (46)/ Saito FA-90T twin/onboard glow
Sig P-51/ Saito 100
GP P6E Hawk/ OS 120FS/ onboard glow
H-9 Fokker/ Saito 100GK
Kitbuilt (unknownmake, fabric and dope) P-47 (77" ws) OS 160FX/ spring down retracts, including tailwheel
KMP Cessna 337 Skymaster/ Magnum 160 (twin 4-stroke) up front, Saito FA-130T twin in back/ onboard glow
Top Flite Cessna 310/ Kraft K61's/ Twinsync w/onboard glow/ Robart retracts
Golden Era 60 Bipe (Scratchbuilt from plans)/ OS 75 AX, pitts muffler
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Old 03-23-2009, 08:23 PM
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ScottMcM, You are one very busy man! How do you like your Seagull Sparrowhawk?
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Old 03-23-2009, 09:24 PM
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Love it. Looks like you may be familiar with it...was it you I bought it from? I see you're from Archdale. I haven't had a chance to mess with it much yet. I've been putting my Twinstar back together. Was trying to get a little "engine out " experience, and it bit me[]
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Old 03-24-2009, 06:01 AM
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ScottMcM, You are one very busy man! ....
Yep, I've been on a buying spree, but my "play" money has run out[&o]...no more planes.....The good news is that I've got enough to last for quite a while There are a couple on the list that I may not fly for quite a while. One in particular, the Cessna 310, is more plane than I am ready for....yes, they are "hangar queens"...and for the time being, i'd rather admire them than take a chance on destroying them. I don't mind admitting that i'm not experienced enough right now, but...some day .I'm currently flying about 2/3 of the list.
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Old 03-24-2009, 12:52 PM
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ScottMcM, No, I have not had a Sparrowhawk yet. Did you buy it from Sherri and Kirby at KC Hobby here in Archdale?
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Old 03-24-2009, 02:33 PM
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No, I picked it up at the Lexington swap meet last weekend. However, I did buy the electronics at KC Hobby the same day.
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Old 04-07-2009, 03:46 PM
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Here is a pic to go with post 285 above. I think the only word for it is addiction...

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Old 07-04-2009, 07:41 PM
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Super8, i think you are right about the addiction! i have been modeling since 1965 and started in Japan when we went back for our second tour in the airforce. my dad started the first tour, 1958 to 1963. that was the 'tube' stuff. More crashes than successful landings! i started with an OS MAX Minitron 6 channel reed set that cost $168. bucks in 1965.
a couple of years ago someone asked me how many planes i had, so I went and counted everything I had flying, not flying, kit, partially built, in the bone yard awaiting a rebuild! anything that was intended to fly. at this point i'm not sure if i'm bragging or complaining but I stopped counting at 100! I couldn't believe it my self. On top of that I couldn't figure out how I got that much stuff accumulated! I think I have thinned out the herd but there are still at least 80 or so! Pitiful ain't it?
I just went out and took these photo's and I must say that this is the definition of 'ten pounds of crap in a five pound sack'! I'm afraid i will have to up load five more in the next post. I have termed this 'addiction' as 'terminal airplane brain'. bird.
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Old 07-04-2009, 07:43 PM
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Enjoy. bird.
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Old 07-04-2009, 08:21 PM
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I ain't even gonna try and list them. These shots were taken after selling 22 planes at Perry. I've since accumulated a half dozen (or so) more. All of 'em fly and I don't do hangar queens.
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