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Old 04-02-2007, 08:28 PM
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Whats on your kitchen table? Or building bench!

Me a Lancair Legacy....

Painting the Phenom this week too.
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This...

I think the engine and carbon pushrods can be saved. The rest is pretty much confetti.
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My dinner!!
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Old 04-02-2007, 09:10 PM
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Rudeboy,

Awwwwwwww shucks not again! I hope you can salvage the Jett and radio.
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mine is a sonic 500 and the rossi 53 thats going in it. and on the other side is a excelleron and a magnum 60 that i go to while im waiting for something to dry on the sonic heh
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Old 04-02-2007, 09:25 PM
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C4F,

All electronics are a goner, except perhaps for the HS85 on the shut-off and the battery. Ah well, that's racing... a new one is already on the way.
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Sushi!!!

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Old 04-02-2007, 10:00 PM
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ORIGINAL: Lifes a Drag

Sushi!!!


good bait, but what did you catch?
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good bait, but what did you catch?
LOL!!!

Lifes a Drag: You caught that in Legg Lake???
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Rudeboy:

Sorry to see that, the tanker is still good though! Good to see you just climb back on the horse that kicked you. Some guys around here would cry and cry and never fly a fast airplane again. Wonder how their love life goes sometimes, suspect just gone. Go away old man-ok ENJOY
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Old 04-03-2007, 01:12 PM
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Crazy: That looks like a interesting project. Lots of frontal area, but you just never know. You may want to try the new Webra 55 with Jetstream pipe on something like this. Its not quite a Jett 60 LX, but sure is strong for the money. Loves the apc 9 X 10 and turns it around 18-19k and still breaking in. I don't say much to the gang here, don't want to have to fly against the darn things, the gang is on my case and rear end big time, like a bunch of sharks smelling blood in the water. All just because I don't fly the pylons like a computer any more, oh woe, oh woe or woe. Have a new creature for them and would send you guys a pic if I can ever figure out how to cope with this new HP media center computer. Just does not work like the old Dell that had Adobe Photoshop, but at least I get the picks from the camera into a file with no problem. Let us know how this thing goes speed wise, and of cource, will it stay togeather in a turn? ENJOY
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Old 04-03-2007, 01:49 PM
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Right now, I have a Computer on my kitchen table
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Raptor 50 Titan on the kitchen table, building bench... waiting for the Cermark F-18
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......a 20 inch span delta with a Fora .05 engine
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Nothing...

Now if you had asked what I have in my haunted shed, that would be a different answer entirely...[X(]
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That is a cool looking little racer!! Is there a kit available or plans?? I would love to build it a lil bigger for a TT 46 Pro and tuned pipe. I wonder how fast it would go?!?!
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I'm afraid you're on your own, this one is scratch built. The plan view is based on a F-14 with the wings swept back and the stabs included. If it were true to scale the span would have been more like 16 inches instead of 20. I arrived at 20 inches of span because that is enough of a handfull to control. I use a book that is full of 3 view drawings of planes to get ideas, that is a good place for any scratch builder to get started.
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Nothing...

Now if you had asked what I have in my haunted shed, that would be a different answer entirely...[X(]

Haunted Shed ???

The Ghost of Whiplash Crashed ?!!?
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Seriously ominous...The "shed" was here before the house and is a VERY old structure. Our property used to be a stage-coach stop apparently...

I never told you guys about the hanging sheet thing that was shaped like a person? Just the other morning I went out to grab something and I was standing in there when I heard and felt something say, "cha" or something similar in my right ear. I mean I could feel the air---Freaky man...

ANyhow, Combatpig, that looks killer dude and I expected such from you
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Hey Rudeboy, I had a slingshot that looked almost the same except there wasn't any pieces that big left.. I did manage to salvage the tail though..
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A 12 foot span Westerner
Quite possibly the most beautiful plane I have ever owned
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ORIGINAL: Crazy4Flight

Whats on your kitchen table? Or building bench!

Me a Lancair Legacy....

Painting the Phenom this week too.
Blink with VA .049 R/C - still waiting for the @#$# berg Rx to arrive to finish..
Whiplash with SJ50, ready to go but just waiting for the weather to turn to not-s--t
Something for my new pulsejet
A 20" span 1/2A aerobatic bipe, own design
A trainer for my son
Assorted ukies, because I recently decided to do some c/l again
A Top Flite 1/7 scale P-51 which, with luck and pererverance, might get done before I expire from natural causes
A few empty beer bottles and dried up glasses from other similarly nutritious evening beverages mandatory at building time
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ORIGINAL: Crazy4Flight

Whats on your....building bench!

it'd be easier to tell what isn't on it.

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it'd be easier to tell what isn't on it.

kc
Actually that's not bad at all. If mine looked like that half the time I'd be happy. There's something about putting things back where they came from I always seem to have trouble with.. I'd never make it as a mechanic or a machininst.
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ORIGINAL: Lomcevak Duck

A 12 foot span Westerner
Quite possibly the most beautiful plane I have ever owned
Pictures?


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