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Old 12-14-2010, 05:19 AM
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Default New Scheme Ultra Flash Black/Silver/Orange

It's here! Based on my Spark Black scheme we OK'd this UF design in Mcd's waiting for the last CJ event!! Needs a good polish but should look great! Part of the idea on the scheme is we will use our Hawk 100R turbine, which allows just the fuse tank to be used.
Rob Westwater is the lucky owner.

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Old 12-14-2010, 05:49 AM
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Those are seam lines on the fuselage correct? Are all like this?
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It's here! Based on my Spark Black scheme we OK'd this UF design in Mcd's waiting for the last CJ event!! Needs a good polish but should look great! Part of the idea on the scheme is we will use our Hawk 100R turbine, which allows just the fuse tank to be used.
Rob Westwater is the lucky owner.

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The question is, Dave...'will Rob have it ready for CJ this Friday?!'

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Old 12-14-2010, 06:09 AM
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Yes they are seam lines. They vary, these are quite bad, but if you want a perfect job have a white kit and get it painted. My Spark which is perfect started as a stock scheme, it would add nearly 50% to the model cost!

Dick, I think he'll struggle for the next CJ, probably the one after too!

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That looks the dogs nuts!

Bit McLaren ish too! I like

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Oh wow, how nice a scheme! Is that another "add EUR 150 custome scheme" or will they offer it as one of their regular ones?

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Dave,
Wow! That scheme will wake you up in the morning! Very "Flashy", no pun intended. Question on the UF build; I dutifully put the intake joiner in, engine and covers, etc., and now find that I need access to that area to install the rear fuselage tank brace. Do I just have to work around the inlet joiner to get the rear brace in, or should I have put the brace in before the inlet joiner? (Too late now).
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Old 12-14-2010, 07:10 AM
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You have glued the inlet joiner? It not supposed to be! Yes I did the tank support first

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Oh wow, how nice a scheme! Is that another ''add EUR 150 custome scheme'' or will they offer it as one of their regular ones?

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This was a plus 150 euro, but we think it will now be a stock scheme!

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Those seam lines look awefull indeed! I will take this kit off your hands for a reduced price
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When it's finished no one notices...My UF has the same seams, no one comments.

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That looks the dogs nuts!

Bit McLaren ish too! I like

Ditto that

Very McLaren-ish, a few Merc badges here and there would complete the look Dave

Stunning though

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Old 12-14-2010, 08:14 AM
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Dave does this have different flaps compared to the standard Flash ?
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Old 12-14-2010, 08:38 AM
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Yes, as UF thread. You'll see it next June...
No chance of any Merc badges...junk[:@]

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Old 12-14-2010, 08:57 AM
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I won't ....going to Eurocopter in France for a EC225 course when the Heli Nats is on.



Lol don't say that about Merc to Alex
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Default RE: New Scheme Ultra Flash Black/Silver/Orange

Woow[:-] like it[8D]

Shows for me the best scheme to get for the UL Flash, when it will be a stock scheme.

Will it also be able on the UL Lightning?

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Not sure when stock, but yes on an UL...ordering soon myself ;-)

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Old 12-15-2010, 12:54 PM
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Hi Dave.

WOW, Thats a Awesome colour scheme... Should look good in the air, with lots of difference between top and bottom...
Oneday some flying pics Plssss...

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Jeremy

Rob says this won't be one of his long builds, he has everything prepared. I think with the dark canopy tint like my Spark it will rock.

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Dave,

What you guys powering these with, hows it go with the P80 SE ??? Vers the P120 SX...

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Rob will use a Hawk 100R turbine in this one, but most are using a P120SX. I expect performance with the P80SE to be very good, someone is sure to try it soon.

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Hi all,
just got my U/Fash finished!
Hope to maiden tomorrow, weather permitting.
So impressed with the quality of this kit and paint finish!
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Glyn

Just missing some nice M&R stickers!
Too many joints in the tank connection! Go 6mm clear and just use the one ball valve!

Enjoy, another UF was test flown today...he was happy

Still see you Sunday?

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Glyn,

That really does look good and I imagine very easy to see, so it will be quite a difficult choice between that and the Shui scheme.

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Old 03-11-2011, 11:57 AM
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You would "really" upset Rob if you pick 'his' scheme too!!

Dave

I'm expecting to see Rob's Sunday!
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