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Old 01-20-2006, 07:27 PM
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Hey Bob,
You on here some where? Took some time off today and flew the composite version of the Pacemaker. It went GREAT!!!!!! Have ten of the regular laser cut and foam versions coming soon. Wonder what they would do with a Jett 50 ???


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Old 01-21-2006, 11:18 AM
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Hi Lewis.....

Thats great news...

As a matter of fact, Im in at work today doing some lab stuff. Im going to try and finish up the laser templates before I head home so the rest of the kits can be cut.

As soon at the mud dries up around here, I try the PM with the SJ-50 and the 60LX up front. The 60LX performs like a 428 engine - turns the 8.8x9 up over 19K rpm ... except it idles and is as easy to set up as an old super tiger .40 [&:]
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