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Last edited by rcmiket; 04-22-2014 at 08:43 AM.
\"while inverted down is up and up is expensive!!!\"
I am a big fan, and I have built many of their kits. I would LOVE to see 2 things from them:
a) Use laser cutting
b) A 1/4 scale Albatross:-) 1/3 is a bit too big for me...
Besides that, they are the best:-)
Yah, I will take 13.
Speaking of detail, for those that do not know, I have a source for the elusive honeycomb radiator material for the Fokker DVII. I had this 3d printed to scale. Go to www.iflytailies.com and you will find it there. It is sized for 1/4 scale, but I am sure a 1/3rd size could be created as well. It is 3/8" thick.
\"let\'\'\'\'s just say, they will be satisfied with less\" Ming the Merciless
I need to join. I have a 1/4 Pup and a 1/6 N17. Thanks.
Saito Club member #772
Cub Brotherhood # 20
Glow Head Brotherhood #20
Balsa USA Brotherhood #15
Add me to the list, I'm finishing up a 1/4 Pup right now and have a Spad sitting on the shelf.
Count me in. I have two BUSA builds under my belt now. The 80" Eindecker and the 1/4 scale Fokker D-VIII. In the "to be built" area of my hanger is a 1/4 Pup, 1/4 D-VII, and a 1/3 scale Morane Saulnier. Love the BUSA kits.
Hi, I'd like to join the BUSAB. Can I have a number please? Currently, I am working on a Fokker Dr1. Should be done by June? Also flying a N11 and a Morane Saulnier Type G (90 size E3) Also have a SE5a in the bones. Just can't motivated to finish it! Someday. Thanks! Jerry
Balsa USA Brotherhood #18
Add me Please 1/3 Cub 1/3 Fly Baby
I buy all my wood from balsa USA I fly a B17 built with their wood also..
I've built 10 BUSa kits in the past 9 years, so I guess I need a brotherhood number also.
Hoosier Dawn Patrol
Waco Brotherhood #148
Glow Head Brotherhood #21
BUSA Brotherhood #21
Welcome aboard brothers.
#10 balsa brain
#13 vertical grimmace
#19 pat s
#21 Steve Percifield
kennye, you need to own a BUSA kit, this can be a good excuse to buy one now. I'll keep your spot at 20 aside till you pick up one.
Balsa USA brother #1
Top Flight brother #08
Sig brother 104
Cub brother #206
Just wondering if you folks are making up your own paint schemes, or are you taking the colors from actual aircraft ?
With my Eindecker 90, I only plan on using the cream colored linen covering, but will try to add some actual details and decals.
hi 3136 ill take a #. just finished a 1/3 pup. don't know how to put on a pict. have another 1/3 pup and nuieport 1/3 28. opol
I will take # 13.
Balsa USA 1/3 Scale Pup
yea I understand, They do make good kits I feel that they are better than Top Flite. Over the years I have done kits,scratch,and arf's and buy my wood from Balsa USA..Glad to be your friend on this site.... kenny
Great Company Balsa USA Started building again after 35 years always did build and then started with the ARF stuff ( will not call it junk) but cant say enough good things about This company and their kits. Have a 1/4 scale NP 28 and a 1/4 scale Pup working on a 1/3 scale Morane Saulnier A1, will post some pictures soon
Put me in for the Brotherhood. Currently have a DVII on the board. Can't wait to finish it, if it ever does. When scaling out a bird, it seems it's never done .
I have a BUSA Eindecker 3 and a Bristol M3 both are great flyers!
The Einecker is powered by a Magnum .91 4 stroke and the Bristol is powered by a Magnum .52 4 stroke. My gallery has some good pics of them.
Last edited by eindecker 3; 04-22-2014 at 06:42 PM.
Takeoffs are optional but landings are manditory!!
I have built two of their kits 80 inch Eindecker and 1/4 Pup. Love their kits and would like to be added to the hood. Bill
fly it like you stole it!
Balsa USA, kewl. I would love to have a members number.
If its not a warbird, Its just a target.
Last edited by s3nfo; 04-22-2014 at 07:19 PM.
L1324, HoF, LM, CD, Turbine sign-off CD, LMAI
BUSA Brotherhood #30