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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    ok ordered some parts I needed

    work has slowly begun.

    There are a few problem areas.
    Nothing major.
    I noticed the stabs do not fit into the provided holes, they will have to be dremeled out a bit.

    Also a missing part here and there.

    like this part from the websites photo manual did not come in the kit, the elevator servo mount


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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    The engine mounts do not fit the pipe supports or fuse.
    They had to be cut and modified.



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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    don't know what these are for??


    any ideas?




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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    and lastly for tonight, the cockpit kit is all glued together.


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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39


    ORIGINAL: Shok

    I think I found a tiny mistake, nothing major.
    Looks like they made the plug with one intake slightly off center.

    That's so that in the event of a flameout, it will go into a gentle right hand circle. LOL
    Newton\'s Law states \"what goes up, must come down\"... not always in one piece though.

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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    hahaha nice!
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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    Would you mind measuring the diameter of the intake in the fuse I would like to to an EDF conversion

    Thanks
    Derrek

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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39


    ORIGINAL: Shok

    don't know what these are for??


    any ideas?




    Could they possibly be replacement landing gear rails? I don't see how they would arbitrairly send a second set; or maybe they go to another kit instead. How long are they?
    Newton\'s Law states \"what goes up, must come down\"... not always in one piece though.

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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39


    ORIGINAL: Derrek Curtis

    Would you mind measuring the diameter of the intake in the fuse I would like to to an EDF conversion

    Thanks
    Derrek

    4.25"
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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39


    ORIGINAL: ama234


    ORIGINAL: Shok

    don't know what these are for??


    any ideas?




    Could they possibly be replacement landing gear rails? I don't see how they would arbitrairly send a second set; or maybe they go to another kit instead. How long are they?

    they kind of remind me of landing rails for the rafale
    maybe a mix up in packaging
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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    Thanks,
    Thats perfect size for 120mm EDF

    Thanks again

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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    Ok Bob found where those parts fit.

    Not sure of the purpose, maybe fuse stiffening?




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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    Also having a laser cutter made it handy for him to cut the missing part out from scratch for the elevator servo mount





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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    engine mount / pipe mount installed





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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39


    ORIGINAL: Shok

    Ok Bob found where those parts fit.

    Not sure of the purpose, maybe fuse stiffening?




    Tailpipe support?
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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    Ok new problem.

    The brass collet that is supposed to engage the bearing in the control rod, on one side, is too large in diameter and interferes with the control rod when tightened. Bob's solution was to reduce the diameter of the collet, (very carefully with a dremel wheel) until it fits inside the hole in the control rod.
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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    elevator rods set up


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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    positioning the tailpipe and heat shield.
    Engine mounts are too wide for a P-70, added wood.
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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    another quick update


    added an extra heatshield to protect the elevator servo's, they seem very close to the tailpipe
    just a bit of insurance
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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    installed air tanks and added a wood block to secure the fiberglass heat shield
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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    turbine and tailpipe lined up


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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    closeup pic of wheel/tire, inflated to 100psi.
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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    Installed Rudder Servo . Mounting box was a bit of a problem, too big for hole and too tall as well.
    carved on it till it fit.
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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39


    Regards,

    SΓ©bastien
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    RE: Shok's FlyEagle 1/7th L-39

    Nice


    is that a simjet 1200? Have you flown it yet?
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