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Old 05-16-2012, 02:55 PM
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Default Great planes Micro Sabre horizontal stab repair

I just got my GP micro F-86 and while removing the charger I manged to drop it on the little jets stab.
Here is the fix for light and THIN foam as was the case with this little EP Micro Jet

The use of Carbon tissue from CST and (Z-POXY FINISHING RESIN) works great!! Just use a Q tip or such to ensures the resin has impregnated the carbon tissue and soaks up the excess epoxy.

Hope this is useful[8D]
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Old 05-16-2012, 05:40 PM
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Default RE: Great planes Micro Sabre horizontal stab repair

Cool, and thanks!
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Default RE: Great planes Micro Sabre horizontal stab repair

Hi,

I'm brand new here and I have a question about this Jet. My son is 15 has flown a twin prop air hog in the past and did very well with it. He understands the basic flight concepts (Aleron, Rudder, Stabilizer, Lift Thrust, Gravity, Drag) but has no experience flying a true 4 chanel aircraft.

Will he be able to learn to fly this plane without crashing it beyond repair on it's first or second flight?

Thank you
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