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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Now there is tune up from da Goose with this buzzing Bandit.
    Hejust keep moving up and up and up on the hill climber scale !!!
    Hum seems if there is a challenge a brewing within the Bumble Bees and with the big blow War Birds........
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    Sweet!!...

    Roger, sorry not scale, but here is my R66 ride next yr.... little wren powered bandit.. thanks to Jeffy and Timmy...awesome build.
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Greg with a jet. I gotta see this ... No more hovering in the cornfield unless your making popcorn

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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Hey Mike,

    Is this the Chinese Red Flag team? Very impressive how close they can get to each other!

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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    You talking their demo team? Nah. I thought they used J-10's and they're pretty good.
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    I was thinking of Red Flag in Nevada.

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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Anybody ever put two P120 size engines in one of these? Look forward to seeing the progress of these. Love the look of the F-18!

    Terry

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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Hi,

    Yes, I've done it twice. Helped Kenny build his with two 120's, also.
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Here's some color schemes for you guy's. I really like the last one.
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Greg-
    Those Canadians have some of the coolest color schemes and that last one is really impressive but I have to go Blue Angles #5!

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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Yuk!

    Somebody ought to go to jail for the middle two!
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    The guys that painted that must have thought they won a lottery ticket in hell!
    Ok little square with a narrow thing goes here, what color is it? Just put it on and paint it they will never know!

    Kudos to the first guy that paints his Hornet like this digital camo.
    Like a midget in a urinal I knew I had to stay on my toes...

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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project


    ORIGINAL: Chris Nicastro

    Kudos to the first guy that paints his Hornet like this digital camo.
    And when he does he can use this as an aid for creating the masks: http://syhartdecal.fr/ENG_projets.htm
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    I really like the digital camo... Almost enough to get another f18 to do... Almost!
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Here's my choice. I'll be starting my own F-18 shortly


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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Dave,

    Which hornet are you starting?
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Yellow 1/7th ARF that Lou got several years ago is now mine.

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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Ha!

    Nice. What scheme?
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    ORIGINAL: YellowAircraft

    Ha!

    Nice. What scheme?
    See the big picture four posts above. #64

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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Dave,

    The question was meant to divine what scheme the thing came in. We didn't offer the ARF in the scheme in post #64....
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    ORIGINAL: YellowAircraft

    Dave,

    The question was meant to divine what scheme the thing came in. We didn't offer the ARF in the scheme in post #64....
    Sean,

    It was ordered unpainted. That's the scheme I plan to do myself. I have Ralle at Tailormade in Germany working on the paint masks, etc. I ordered the 1/32 set of decals from TwoBobs, scanned them and sent it all to Ralle. It will undoubtedly take him some time to draw the WereWolf for mask cutting, but I'm sure he's up to the task.

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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Dave,

    Well, that'll be something to see!
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    That digital paint scheme is actually a super hornet at the rag squadron in Lemoore, CA. I am a back seater in super hornet and the VFA-151 paint scheme aircraft is in my airwing. I just thought I would post another scheme that would be awsome and easy to see in the sky. It is one of the centennial of navy aviation aircraft. The painted it the retro tri-color scheme from WWII. the bottom is white and the outer portin of the wing from the fold outward is the lighter shade of blue.[img][/img]




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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Man!!! I really like that scheme!

    May have to build two
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project

    Do that one Joe W!
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    RE: Cincinnati Jet Club F-18's project


    ORIGINAL: kevin

    Greg with a jet. I gotta see this ... No more hovering in the cornfield unless your making popcorn
    Jets are to easy! Make it groove like a pattern plane! Yes, they do hover!
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