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Old 12-01-2002, 06:09 PM
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Here is my Whiplash just after new paint job.
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Do you mind telling me who painted it for you?
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VERY NICE !!!!!
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That's WILD...

Great paint job. Pete
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Cam, from HS Customs in Smithfield, Utah. I gave him $125 and said have fun. This is what he came up with. His # is 435-563-1570.
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Here is the finished plane.
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Very nice job ...
Youre set up is almost identical to mine, exept have spider,
Intresting engine instalation with the jett being raised a few mm's
I have used a bubbless blader tank, but flight time is only 3 mins.
has raising the jett caused any handling problems, is the tank too low for the carb to deliver full rpm???
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I haven't flown it yet. I was going to this past weekend, put I had two crashes one day after another. Both a total loss. So I wasn't tooooo excited about watching another go in. Not to say it won't fly great. Just thought I would be safe and wait a week. The tank level should not cause any problem. I used a Jett bubbless tank on my Dominator and loved it. Unfortunately, when that plane lost its wing and crashed the tank burst.

What bubbless tank are you using that fits in the Whiplash?

I decided to go with the JETT Fire 50 due to the straight header and pipe. Less drag

With the riser header and silicon boot, there is more drag.

This setup should result in the lowest amount of drag.

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