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    Walt Moucha PJ-260/295

    I am looking to see if anybody has a scanned copy of the building instructions for this plane. I seem to have misplaced mine and I am starting on the wing soon.

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    RE: Walt Moucha PJ-260/295

    Still looking for the manual guys, any help or assistance as to who I could contact would be a great help.

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    RE: Walt Moucha PJ-260/295

    Hey Airacobra, I found mine in the shop. Give me your e-mail, and I'll send them on.

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    RE: Walt Moucha PJ-260/295

    For those of you who built this plane, does the kit suggest you replace the balsa spars with spruce. What did you guys do who built the plane.

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    RE: Walt Moucha PJ-260/295

    Thanks Patrick, I got it just fine.

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    RE: Walt Moucha PJ-260/295

    As for the spars, I used the kit supplied balsa and they have held up fine.

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    RE: Walt Moucha PJ-260/295

    I have joked about this with others, but the wood spars are darn near as hard as spruce. I will plan on putting the wood spars in with webbing in the center section. I think it should be more than sufficient. Thanks again.

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    RE: Walt Moucha PJ-260/295

    I am looking for some suggestions on what to cover this plane with. I have used Koverall in the past for projects like this and I could use it on this one as well, but I was wondering if anybody has any experience using any other material suited for this type of plane. I could use monokote, but for some reason i don't think I could make myself do that on this plane. Give me your thoughts please.

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    RE: Walt Moucha PJ-260/295

    A friend of mine had the PJ. His was covered in Solartex, and painted with Rustoleum. It was powered by a Q-52, and flew vewry well.
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    RE: Walt Moucha PJ-260/295

    Tom, mine will have a Sachs-Dolmar 3.2 in it. I have just completed building all of the sections of the top wing and I will now be gluing it all together. Hope I can complete that tonight and then start the sheeting on the bottom of the wing. The wing has built very easily and I am anxious to start the bottom wing.


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