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Old 10-15-2009, 12:01 PM
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Hi, another new plane , slightly different. paul.
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Old 10-15-2009, 02:19 PM
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Nicely done, Paul!
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Old 10-15-2009, 03:08 PM
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Very cool, Hope you can provide link later of a youtube vid flying.[8D]

Looks like a weston genesis pipe too

Warbirds and tuned pipes.!!! Heres my spitfire with ax55 and tuned pipe. The warbird politically correct don't like it,
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Glad to see i am not the only one. I posted some pics in the combat section, i dont think they liked it. paul.
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Ha, Your always appreciated here with a piped system

What kit is it?
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paint the pipe and header olive drab and tell them to get stuffed[>:][X(]
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I did one as Lucky Gallon a few years back, I hope to build another one some day.

Nice Job!! [sm=49_49.gif]
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ORIGINAL: mk1spitfire
The warbird politically correct don't like it,
Ditto LF's suggestion. Trust me comrade - RAF fighter pilots would have held the mechanics at gunpoint to get one if they could have gained 15% more power by hanging a pipe out the side, and would have told the purists to go forth and multiply.

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Its a great planes kit , home made cowl, os 25 fx, west pipe, all i need to do now is fly it. paul.
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how much does it weigh?
BTW nice job it looks fast just sitting there!
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I found an old pic of mine.[8D]
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3lb 4oz. paul.
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Looks good. paul.
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2 flights today, very fast, easy to control , no trim needed, great fun . paul.
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