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    Help me too !

    BobH ..

    My files are too big too... and I'm ich'in to post one of my Spit pics!

    I tried your paint program suggestion, but it just "cropped" the photo off, showing only the spinner.


    What am I doing wrong ?

    The pic is in my gallery .. 3 rd one over number 605.

    That's my "scale" best shot.

    Suggestions ?

    Post it for me ?


    Help me !

    TIA
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    Best scale photo!

    IFLYRC,

    I can resample and post your pic if you like. Let me know.

    Regards,
    Pat McCurry

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    Best scale photo!

    Hi Bob,

    Nice to talk with you as well.
    Frederick?... Maryland?
    If so, a bit to far for me.


    -Mustang51

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    Pat ..

    I WOULD LOVE that !

    Do I need to send you the file in an email orcan you do it from my gallery ??

    THANKS !



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    Best scale photo!

    Hi all,

    Here is a very nice Spitefire from IFLYRC. Check it out.

    Regards,
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    Best scale photo!

    Big file to download, but you have to see this!! it's a classic...

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    Or..................FULL SCALE!

    Like this
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    Thank you Pat ...

    Hmmmm, how did you do that !

    Someday I going to figure this computer thing out.

    I've been trying for days ! LOL

    Thank you very much.

    IFLYRC

    ps : Plane had it's first flight last week ... click link for write up

    http://www.rcuniverse.com/showthread...279&forumid=34]
    IFLYRC - IMAA

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    F18

    Man those F 18 shots earlier are great,but being a hornet fanatic,you have to admitt those stock gear are just terrrible looking as apposed to the real thing.
    Gear up she looks real,but gear down???
    Those gear are positively wimpy,like something found on a airforce plane,have you ever seen an 18's gear up close in person?They are positively beefy,like tree trunks.
    That front strut really looks way to small,and the angles on the rear are way off also.The rears need to extend back, down and out,not just back and down.
    I know this is not the fault of the builders,I think for what they get for these gear,they really need to do a redesign, especially how exact everything is going to these days.
    As
    these stock gear are,I dont see how any of these such equipped planes can do well in either top gun or the scale masters.
    Just stating my opinion,and venting about a subject that irks me.
    I wish I had either the skills do develope a scale set myself,or the funds to have it done.
    BTW, you guys have some very nice aircraft out there,I hope to add a few myself in the coming days.

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    Second Test Flight

    Two pictures from earlier today. Ginger Lacey's Hurricane takeoff run. The grass was high plus a forward CG gave me problems BUT...
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    Takeoff Complete

    After removing 2 oz. of nose weight and three tries she was off. Better yet I flew her twice and took my Hurri home in one piece (mostly)!
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    Re: F18

    Originally posted by thehoker
    That front strut really looks way to small,and the angles on the rear are way off also.
    How's this grab ya?
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    Yeah, I use mixing... Balsa & Dirt. ©

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    Best scale photo!

    Hi Paul.
    Are this structs made by you?
    They are absolutly pieces of art!

    Daniel
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    stuts

    Now those are some nice struts.Do you make/sell them?
    Nice work.............

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    Anther F18 with small struts(kidding)

    RCAF 75 annv. F/A 18 " Liberty Bell" jet rally owner/ pilot Jurge Escalona
    Semper Fi
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    Look towards the Horizon......your death awaits you there So Enjoy today ,,,,,,

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    Best scale photo!

    Yes, the struts are my handiwork. They are simply cosmetic fixtures applied over Yellow's struts. I use the word "simply" with artistic license
    You think the nose gear is intense...the mains are off the hook.
    Bring your checkbook!!!!

    Whalecrew,
    Very, very nice indeed. I'd love to see all these gorgeous Y/A twins in the air together...with scale gear, of course. What a photo op. My fav jet model for sure.
    I'll live directly under departure, 1 mi. from Miramar, so see about 30 to 60 Hornets a day. They definitely put some lengthy pauses into many phone conversations. All my clients are used to it now I love it, except for full afterburners at 7 AM. Fortunately, that is rare. Heck, full Military Power rocks the house!
    Yeah, I use mixing... Balsa & Dirt. ©

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    Best scale photo!

    Hello Folks,
    Great fotos and beautiful planes! Now I like to add my srached build 1/3 semiscale Fly Baby. In that picture it΄s not finished already, and I don΄t whant to keep secret that the Image is a compose, but I like it.


    ... detail...




    ...and another one.

    greetings from Hamburg, Tom.

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    Flybaby

    Nice 1/3 scale and do the wings fold back along the fuselage like my version attached?
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    Best scale photo!

    g'day guys might as well put in the proverbial 2 cents worth. sepecat jaguar, sorry about the ordinary gear struts, but she sits with a nice attitude on touchdown even if i say so myself
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    bearcat

    My old Ziorli Bearcat.Built it in 1986 and hung it on the wall when it logged 1000 flights...Wish the photo was a little cleaner. Thanks Todd
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    Best scale photo!

    More from the Great War.

    The two Nieuports actually collided in mid air two weeks prior to this flying session. Damage was pretty minor to both models. Lucky day
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    Best scale photo!

    Best thread on RCU. May as well get in on it. Here is my 30% Stinson SR-10, 13.5 ft. span.
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    Best scale photo!

    Here is the SR-10 landing. I am the pilot on the left.
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    Best scale photo!

    Here is my 1/4 scale Piper Tomahawk. First model built of this airplane. Got the three views from Piper, and had the model in the air before any production planes were manufactured. At the time, 1978, only the prototype was flying. Exactly 20 years later, my son made his solo flight in the airplane on the right.
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    And we have lift off !

    Jack Devine Models 30% Gee Bee Z, 85" span, 22 lbs, powered by a Brison 3.2, lifting off for the very first time.
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