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    Ziroli hellcat

    Has anyone built the hellcat using the fiberglass fuselage? I am about to start one and I have a lot of questions regarding the build any help would appreciated.
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    RE: Ziroli hellcat

    Tom,

    I built my Ziroli Hellcat using the fiberglass fuseelage.

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    RE: Ziroli hellcat

    May I pick your mind regarding the build?



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    RE: Ziroli hellcat


    ORIGINAL: tpc3

    May I pick your mind regarding the build

    how is your build coming along. just did one with the glass fuse.
    You need to be out flying

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    About to receive my glass fuselage. Was reading over the plans tonight. So the center section is built in-place on the glass fuse? Really? Did you have any trouble keeping the center section straight during construction? It just seems like an odd way to do it. Yes it saves weight, but it seems like it might complicate some things.
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