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    SCALECRAFT/TURBONUT 90mmMiG 21

    We had the good fortune of getting a decent old composite MiG 21 fuse that can expedite the fabrication of one of our next wanted edfs.

    It was made to fly with a prop. But not when we're done with it. Fuse is 54.25" from intake to tail cone.

    This should come together much faster since it is not as complex a fuse as the F-104 and the fuse is already done. It will look more like a "MF" version than this "P" version

    Pics did not load. See EDF jets section on RCG.

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    RE: SCALECRAFT/TURBONUT 90mmMiG 21

    That sounds almost like the Skyglass vintage. Great project and will be watching. That's a very good size for tht model and EDF.
    Scratch it till it bleeds Convert it till it chokes

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    RE: SCALECRAFT/TURBONUT 90mmMiG 21

    Is a Skyglass fuse. Right now anyway.

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    RE: SCALECRAFT/TURBONUT 90mmMiG 21

    That was a well made model. I still have mine. Thought about doing the very same thing you are doing. Good luck with this.
    Scratch it till it bleeds Convert it till it chokes

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    RE: SCALECRAFT/TURBONUT 90mmMiG 21

    The thing I like about it is that the fuse is very heavy. It is a perfect plug to convert to EDF.

    . A few things are inaccurate that I will change, but its a pretty good rendition of the MiG.

    pics still don't load. Server error pops up.

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    Hi Steve and Scott, Bob from CO. How did you make on your F104? Is their a thread on it. Starting Eflite F-4 with shut an 80 fan.

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    Hi Bob.

    The 104 fabrication is mostly on RCG EDF section. It is going slow due to time and it's been too hot. A week ago I made the tank fins. The canopy fine tune is next.

    Steve

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    Steve,, cool to see you getting back in the game,, good luck
    You're so smart,, you figured out how to read this!! Or maybe ya just got lucky??


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