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    Quote Originally Posted by acdii View Post
    I finally did it! I hovered my LT-40!

    Who says you cant 3D a trainer! LOL. I also got to brush up on my clockwise landings some more and got them nailed. What a fun plane.

    I used to knife edge my Sr Telemaster. "Reserve power" has its advantages. (It had a CDI FA-150 in the nose swinging a 16 x 8)
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyerInOKC View Post
    I would almost pay to watch that!
    Shoot, I want box seats for that demo, and I'll spring for you too Flyer.
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    June 7th is a week and a half away. Who is up for the Fly In?
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    I also got to brush up on my clockwise landings some more and got them nailed. What a fun plane.
    I haven't even thought about it, but I never do a clockwise landing except maybe in a deadstick. Doesn't matter coming in from the left or right, always counter clockwise.
    I wonder what it is about left turns? But my rolls are always to the right. Now I have some new things to practice.
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    Please add me to this list, I have been flying my King Kobra for over 14 years!
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    Might as well add me too, been flying SIG's designs since 1995

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylark-flier View Post
    Shoot, I want box seats for that demo, and I'll spring for you too Flyer.
    Sorry guys, the inverted flat spin was do to a catastrophic failure of the 2 meter glider that was attached, a very scary experience, but the Kadet did land safely, probably more do to it's design than my piloting skills.

    Absolutely no plan for a repeat performance!

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    Add me in too please, Found out the planes I picked up in WI by New Glarus are Sigs. I know one of them is a Colt. Still trying to figure out the other one. Added the link down below.

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    Hey guys, I wanna welcome all y'all to the SIG Brotherhood- and we've got our first Thai brother, OUTSTANDING!! Gotcha all logged in - allamericanflyer's got all aces - #111, Marty's got #112 and tribalturtle2's got #113.

    The SIG Brotherhood, as I've got it today:
    1 - Hazel & Glenn Sigafoose 41 - bchapman 81 - rcmichael
    2 - Maxey Hester & the team 42 - SrTelemaster150 82 - larryshobbies
    3 - acdii 43 - SushiHunter 83 - skyraider71
    4 - RCKen 44 - n8rloves2fly 84 - Hawk570
    5 - DGUY 45 - M_Callahan 85 - hogflyer
    6 - DBD1 46 - carlosponti 86 - cubcrasher
    7 - fix-n-fly 47 - xxwolfyxx 87 - chandler_ace
    8 - foodstick 48 - landeck 88 - Firewalkerd1
    9 - UPF-7 49 - cherokeenut 89 - Robin A
    10 - jeffie8696 50 - Mark Thomas 90 - GLGofLB
    11 - skyrat71 51 - rphiii 91 - On the Deck
    12 - Leroy Gardner 52 - n0kjf 92 - aircraftbuilder67
    13 - CanDo 53 - cymaz 93 - FJRrider
    14 - JPMacG 54 - OldRookie 94 - sdcranford
    15 - Thunder Chicken 55 - gosch 95 - AMA 74894
    16 - 5skyhawk172 56 - ThunderChicken72 96 - W7APD Alan
    17 - Cutlass 60 57 - lfd47 97 - bobsrc
    18 - Mr-Punk 58 - bikerbc 98 - kiwi4
    19 - Sabreryder 59 - badger5964 99 - Flight Risk
    20 - eastkurt 60 - N1EDM 100 - G.Barber
    21 - FlyerInOKC 61 - Hfrank 101 - I_Fly
    22 - rtn9105 62 - Lowvoltage 102 - scaleforlife
    23 - oliveDrab 63 - US185Damiani 103 - balsatermite
    24 - triumphman49 64 - hsukaria 104 - 3136
    25 - ARUP 65 - lkruse 105 - rc56
    26 - willig10 66 - Sgt. Meyer 106 - R/C Addiction
    27 - malitape 67 - G-JIMG 107 - Fly North
    28 - OLDFLYER2 68 - Hydro Junkie 108 - JFS737
    29 - justin80 69 - Twin_Flyer 109 - skylark-flier
    30 - Jim Branaum 70 - oldsterling 110 - rdgettler
    31 - crawler tech 71 - J T Caldwell 111 - allamericanflyer
    32 - yel914 72 - cloudancer03 112 - MartyPetriSr
    33 - ThunderBoat42 73 - Super08 113 - tribalturtle2
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    Much Obliged kind Sir
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    Welcome Marty! I like your plane!
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    Back in the mid 90's I took my family to the Striking Back airshow in Ankeny, Iowa. Sig had a booth at the show and I walked away with a 1/4 scale Cub kit. After many years of bouncing around the world with work I'm getting back into the hobby and the Cub is on the building board! I've just joined RC Universe and happy to join this Brotherhood!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soboflyer View Post
    Back in the mid 90's I took my family to the Striking Back airshow in Ankeny, Iowa. Sig had a booth at the show and I walked away with a 1/4 scale Cub kit. After many years of bouncing around the world with work I'm getting back into the hobby and the Cub is on the building board! I've just joined RC Universe and happy to join this Brotherhood!
    Don't forget to check out the Cub Brotherhood for a lot of great tips!
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    Way too cool, and we get your very first post - - outstanding!! Hey Soboflyer, welcome to the SIG Brotherhood!!!! Gotcha logged with #114

    Most definitely, also take a look-see at the Cub B'hood - they've got detailing tips that are almost beyond full-scale construction. Lotta fun stuff.

    The SIG Brotherhood, as I've got it today:
    1 - Hazel & Glenn Sigafoose 41 - bchapman 81 - rcmichael
    2 - Maxey Hester & the team 42 - SrTelemaster150 82 - larryshobbies
    3 - acdii 43 - SushiHunter 83 - skyraider71
    4 - RCKen 44 - n8rloves2fly 84 - Hawk570
    5 - DGUY 45 - M_Callahan 85 - hogflyer
    6 - DBD1 46 - carlosponti 86 - cubcrasher
    7 - fix-n-fly 47 - xxwolfyxx 87 - chandler_ace
    8 - foodstick 48 - landeck 88 - Firewalkerd1
    9 - UPF-7 49 - cherokeenut 89 - Robin A
    10 - jeffie8696 50 - Mark Thomas 90 - GLGofLB
    11 - skyrat71 51 - rphiii 91 - On the Deck
    12 - Leroy Gardner 52 - n0kjf 92 - aircraftbuilder67
    13 - CanDo 53 - cymaz 93 - FJRrider
    14 - JPMacG 54 - OldRookie 94 - sdcranford
    15 - Thunder Chicken 55 - gosch 95 - AMA 74894
    16 - 5skyhawk172 56 - ThunderChicken72 96 - W7APD Alan
    17 - Cutlass 60 57 - lfd47 97 - bobsrc
    18 - Mr-Punk 58 - bikerbc 98 - kiwi4
    19 - Sabreryder 59 - badger5964 99 - Flight Risk
    20 - eastkurt 60 - N1EDM 100 - G.Barber
    21 - FlyerInOKC 61 - Hfrank 101 - I_Fly
    22 - rtn9105 62 - Lowvoltage 102 - scaleforlife
    23 - oliveDrab 63 - US185Damiani 103 - balsatermite
    24 - triumphman49 64 - hsukaria 104 - 3136
    25 - ARUP 65 - lkruse 105 - rc56
    26 - willig10 66 - Sgt. Meyer 106 - R/C Addiction
    27 - malitape 67 - G-JIMG 107 - Fly North
    28 - OLDFLYER2 68 - Hydro Junkie 108 - JFS737
    29 - justin80 69 - Twin_Flyer 109 - skylark-flier
    30 - Jim Branaum 70 - oldsterling 110 - rdgettler
    31 - crawler tech 71 - J T Caldwell 111 - allamericanflyer
    32 - yel914 72 - cloudancer03 112 - MartyPetriSr
    33 - ThunderBoat42 73 - Super08 113 - tribalturtle2
    34 - sbd-3 74 - Hab 114 - Soboflyer
    35 - Thatsakitbuilt 75 - Smashmaster
    36 - blw 76 - Rv7garage
    37 - Mike Gretz 77 - Neddy191
    38 - Mako17 78 - JZHANDYMAN
    39 - Live Wire 79 - Pete Lane
    40 - deanz406 80 - SIGPlanes
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    SIG Kadet Brotherhood #69, SIG Brotherhood #109, Cub B'hood #198, Glowhead B'hood #51
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    This Weekend is the Sig Fly in at SIG field, will be there tomorrow, hope to see some Brotherhood members there!
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    Welcome Sobo & AllAmerican!!!! Nothing better than a SIG. I have several brands and types but the sig is always my favorite. The owners ans the builders are all great people.


    Quote Originally Posted by Soboflyer View Post
    Back in the mid 90's I took my family to the Striking Back airshow in Ankeny, Iowa. Sig had a booth at the show and I walked away with a 1/4 scale Cub kit. After many years of bouncing around the world with work I'm getting back into the hobby and the Cub is on the building board! I've just joined RC Universe and happy to join this Brotherhood!
    Bill B
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylark-flier View Post
    Yeah, but you've already got #76. I 1000000% agree about Hazel & Glenn being #1, working on how to do it and not mess up Larry or anybody else. Also, while I'm at it, I like the idea of Maxey & the team taking 2nd spot. Any "NO" votes?
    Agreed. Thanks to them we are all here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acdii View Post
    This Weekend is the Sig Fly in at SIG field, will be there tomorrow, hope to see some Brotherhood members there!
    I was just released from the Hospital today. I will be with you guys in spirit and hope lots of pics posted. I was really looking forward to this more than anything in a long time. A place I've always wanted to visit, The Sig family who I've always admired, actually meeting Hazel whom has always been a hero and of course meeting all you guys to shoot the breeze, share in mishaps and celebrate those near misses and greased landings. :-) Lastly picking up, finally after all these years, a real SIG 1/4 scale CUB.

    Wishing all who can make it a fantastic weekend!!

    Do me a favor - wear bug spray on those ankles so you don't get a spider visit while on the sticks thinking you guys are lunch. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderBoat42 View Post
    I was just released from the Hospital today. I will be with you guys in spirit and hope lots of pics posted. I was really looking forward to this more than anything in a long time. A place I've always wanted to visit, The Sig family who I've always admired, actually meeting Hazel whom has always been a hero and of course meeting all you guys to shoot the breeze, share in mishaps and celebrate those near misses and greased landings. :-) Lastly picking up, finally after all these years, a real SIG 1/4 scale CUB.

    Wishing all who can make it a fantastic weekend!!

    Do me a favor - wear bug spray on those ankles so you don't get a spider visit while on the sticks thinking you guys are lunch. LOL
    Hey, that sounds like experience speaking there.

    Glad to see you're back among the living, Bill!!! I'm with you - would love to be able to go see the SIG territories, along with the AMA home field - maybe one day I'll make it. Sure won't be this weekend though, moving our horses to their new home, which will certainly be an all-day affair.

    Got a line on an old Stratus & Aerobipe on the VA/WV border that are available for adoption, along with other planes & equipment. Neither has flown in decades, apparently, but I'm heading over next week to take a look-see and maybe become "dad" to a couple more great SIG planes.
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    Hi guys
    Have been lurking and reading all the great Sig stories . Currently building an LT40 and any building tips would be appreciated . I have read some and plan on this being powered by an OS .46 and converting to a tail dragger .
    Thanks
    Kevin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fly North View Post
    Hi guys
    Have been lurking and reading all the great Sig stories . Currently building an LT40 and any building tips would be appreciated . I have read some and plan on this being powered by an OS .46 and converting to a tail dragger .
    Thanks
    Kevin
    Hi Kevin!! The LT40's that I've seen in action are wonderful planes - have never heard anything even slightly negative about their handling. Only thing I've ever heard, and this was from ONE person, was that he cracked the tail on landing his tail-dragger LT40. You might think about a bit of reinforcement to the very last bulkhead and siding (front & rear of it), right under the front of the horizontal stab. Other than that, all's well.
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    Use a tail wheel mount with some spring or give to it like the Goldberg tail wheel assembly. You can add a 1/16 light ply as a doubler inside t the rear or the fuse before adding the horizontal stabilizer. But any tail wheel assembly that will absorb those cool tail wheel first landings and you'll be good.
    Great flying light loaded plane. The 46 will give PLENTY of power. Use a low pitch prop like a 10- 4 or 5. You will love it.
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