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OUTLAWS PLANS ride'n in to town again!

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Old 11-20-2006, 11:43 PM
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Default OUTLAWS PLANS ride'n in to town again!

OK you speed freaks. Have GREAT news fer ya. Jerry Smith (designer of the famous OutLaw) is now making plans and instruction booklets availible once more. For the low low price of $15.00, you can have a set sitting on your door step!!!!!!!!!!! This is one wild and crazy wing folks. At our recent "RDRC Fly for Tots" fly in, (www.RD-RC.ORG ) we set a new record for the most Out Laws flown at one time. Had six of them tearing up the sky at once, and all while the tunes of AC/DC's "Thunder Struck" was cranking over the hi-fi sound system! TOTALLY AWESOME!!!!!!
To get your set of plans, you can contact Jerry himself at:

Jerry L Smith
3970 Contest Rd
Paducah Ky 42001

smithjerryl@comcast.net
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That email address does not work!!!
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FYI

I do believe he meant "@comcast.net"

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Old 11-22-2006, 06:17 PM
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&%$^#^$#@%@!!!!!!!!!

Youre correct Frank
As many times as I've used it, it looks like I'd get it right! Thanks for the correction.
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Old 11-26-2006, 07:36 PM
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Since I'm new here, I fly 1/2A..what does an Outlaw look like?..Rog
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Old 11-26-2006, 08:11 PM
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ORIGINAL: flyinrog

Since I'm new here, I fly 1/2A..what does an Outlaw look like?..Rog
Hey!

It's a flying wing....sorta triangle shaped, and does stuff I've never seen. Go to www.rd-rc.org, and click on 'Fly-For-Tots' video (either hi or lo res) in the [Event Stuff] section of the LH menu (near the top of the menu). You'll see a bunch of the guys sitting together with these things, you can't miss it. Hope this helps!

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I think it's best with a very strong 30 sized engines like an O.S. 32 sx or Thunder Tigers and pipe. Webra 35 pictured is no longer made. Yes I know it's overkill on the screws, the guy I got it from was paranoid. The wire landing gear works great.
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Are these things easy to build?
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Old 11-27-2006, 06:55 PM
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I've heard it's not the easist delta to build. You have to make an outside support/fixture. Ill know more when I get the plans.
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Old 11-27-2006, 09:57 PM
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It' not a hard Delta to build just more time consuming than the others. I have built DD, Clipped DD and a whiz and outlaw and I think I could easily build one of each of these in the time it takes to build one Outlaw although the second time around would take much less time. It is a fun plane although the whiz flies about the same.
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My OUTLAW and the others of RDRC. Not an easy build. there are a few tricks we use to simplify the procedure like instaling blind nuts for mount, throt. linkage, and fuel tank before sheeting the top. The eng. mount is cut alum. bolted to rear of engine w/the crancase screws with tabs on the flat aluminum to bolt to the firewall.
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Old 11-27-2006, 10:21 PM
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Oh Yeah, and changeing the carb around so the needle is on the top w/ the header and the throttle arm on the bottom.
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I mounted my engine verticle to keep the carb out of the sand I did have to tilt it some to clear the exhaust. I just used a piece of aileron stock for my wing tips which worked real easy and looks great. I had a TT36 on it for the first few flights however it now has a Jett35 on it and it rocks with that engine.
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Out-lawwwwwww!!! My plans are on the way, I can't wait!
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Here is a link to the [link=http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_247421/mpage_1/key_outlaw/tm.htm]building thread [/link]

Does this thing build upside down. I have the plans but no instructions. I have the LE and TE pinned to the board.
Do the ribs now glue in right side up?

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Do you have any more tips on building this?
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Yes rightside up. Make shure your ribs are right side up as they are not symetrical.
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I doubled up a section of the second rib w/1/16" ply and as well as the top and bottom capstrips on that rib and mounted the servos through the rib. see my frame pics. This eliminated all the hatch work and hatch screws for those 2 servos. If I ever need to get at them I would cut covering from a bottom to access the socket head servo screws. I'll try and get some pics of the equip. layout under the top hatch and post soon.
Also ran an ant. tube thruogh the ribs that turns back from the tip back through the 2nd outboard rib so the ant, is enclosed with the last couple inches loose in that bay.
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Old 11-28-2006, 07:31 PM
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You can see the ant. tube in the frame pic
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Jay,

Where can I find those pics?
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Here ya go Julian,
The sub fin has to be cut down steeper toward the front to clear the rudder servo arm. 5 cell AAA ni-mh pyramid shape pack beside the rudder servo. you can see the throt. serv. its got mounting tape and ca holding it to the floor. note the arm and throt linkage. the tank is a hayes 4oz. slim. This should get ya goin.
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post #11 is my frame pic
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Jay,

Thanks alot. Where did you get the redbull stickers?

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Do some beveling on the top and bottom of that firewall before you glue it in, more so where it meets the leading edge. much easier now than later.
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Some I had left over from my 30% Yak. They came from Die-hard graphics.
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