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Old 04-25-2003, 05:34 PM
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Greetings,


Just finished my lash and I thing it looks great. Thanks to ACM and specially to rick for the best customer support in the R/C industry! ACM stand behind their product!

I used monokote Neon stripe and that went very well.

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nice job! i cant wait till i get my ddust done, so i can join the ranks of the insanely fast plane pilots.
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Cool whip should look good in the air is the bottom the same as the top, hope not otherwise orientation may be a problem.
What motor are you running, cannot tell from the pic.
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Originally posted by LOONY BOY
Cool whip should look good in the air is the bottom the same as the top, hope not otherwise orientation may be a problem.
What motor are you running, cannot tell from the pic.
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I use a OS 50 SX. Not to worry about the bottom. It is full
neon green.

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did you do anything special to tank or engine to prevent fuel spashing around. I think i am going to softmount the engine as was suggested in another post. The os 50 may not have the problem the nelson/jett/df engines have.

Perhaps future generation of the lash will have built in rubber mounts for engine. The Vulcanlash.
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did you do anything special to tank or engine to prevent fuel spashing around. I think i am going to softmount the engine as was suggested in another post. The os 50 may not have the problem the nelson/jett/df engines have.

Perhaps future generation of the lash will have built in rubber mounts for engine. The Vulcanlash.

No I didn't anything for the tank. I ran the engine several time
at full trothle without any problem so far...Have to wait and see in the air..

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