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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    I got started a little bit this weekend on my P40, here's what I've got done so far, hope ya like...

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    Lower, Lower, Ah Damnit
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    tardster,
    When it is all done, I will more that happy to take it off of your hand!!!
    Great job on the build. Please keep the pictures coming!!
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    tp777fo;
    Sorry to hear about your crash. I know how it feel to watch the plane that you love go in!!! Are you going to build another P-40 soon???
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    Jett, I have to be honest, this kit is going together really easy and somewhat fast. I don't know if it's because it's an older kit or if it's because it's a break from my B17 I'm working on but either is fine with me lol. I think the hardest thing is deciding whether to glass and paint it or just use covering, I guess it all depends on what mood I'm in when that time gets here.
    Lower, Lower, Ah Damnit
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    tardster, Thanks for the update. Keep us posted.
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    Welcome to the P-40 Brotherhood

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    Brotherhood Update, we now have 65 in our squadron.

    Welcome to the P-40 Brotherhood

    If you would like to join the P-40 Brotherhood please make your request on this thread and I will assign you a number.

    Never can tell when you may run into another P-40 Brother somewhere, so join now.

    1. Warbirdrcer OK, USA
    1.5. Talimena Kidd OK, USA
    2. Chad Veich AZ, USA
    3. dasintex TX, USA
    4. Meschmidt TX, USA
    5. gaumflyer Gaum, USA
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    7. tp777fo SC, USA
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    12. RBean PA, USA
    13. P-40 Driver TX, USA
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    15. raptureboy PA, USA
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    18. Duplicator41 ID, USA
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    20. LDM PA, USA
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    22. mobyal VA, USA
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    24. Lifer MO, USA
    25. Peter OZ Queensland, Australia
    26. tocstrum NJ, USA
    27. Barron VA, USA
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    39. Dave Bugz U.K.
    40. Ford34tom WA, USA
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    51. predman CA, USA
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    53. askham Dragor, Denmark
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    Tardster , just picked up the same red box that you are building , all the way from China lol !!
    I built one years ago , will be bashing it to more scale for fun
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    Not going to build another real soon. The motor was damaged and I need to get it repaired also. The YA main gear came through without a scratch. I will build one later on but not in the near future. It is a very nice flying airplane.
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    BUMMERI guess I should count myself lucky then with just tearing out the landing gear on a dead stick landing on Sat. Sorry man, this sometimes is the price we pay for the fun we have. Hope you can salvage something from it.
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    Ok guys n gals, here's a quick update on what I've done so far. On the wings I don't think I want to take the chance on using the bellcranks so I made some servo trays to fit in the wings themselves so I can use a separate servo for each aileron and flap. In the first pic I glued the servo tray in and they are made out of 1/8th inch ply and hard wood for the screws to hold in the servos. I will lay the servos on their side and this one will work the aileron. I can get into the tray to remove the servo with no troubles. The flap servo tray had to be screwed in and made removable due to the landing gear and as you can see I tried to keep the servos on top of the spars in hopes that I wont have to much trouble balancing the plane after I'm done. I also got the covers for the openings made and those of course will screw down to make it look some what pretty lol...
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    Welcome to the squadron RPRCBuilder
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    Brotherhood Update, we now have 66 in our squadron.

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    If you would like to join the P-40 Brotherhood please make your request on this thread and I will assign you a number.

    Never can tell when you may run into another P-40 Brother somewhere, so join now.

    1. Warbirdrcer OK, USA
    1.5. Talimena Kidd OK, USA
    2. Chad Veich AZ, USA
    3. dasintex TX, USA
    4. Meschmidt TX, USA
    5. gaumflyer Gaum, USA
    6. gaumflyer’s Dad Gaum, USA
    7. tp777fo SC, USA
    8. Dash7ATP VA, USA
    9. 77chickenhawk CA, USA
    10. ccostant MA, USA
    11. Capt G NV, USA
    12. RBean PA, USA
    13. P-40 Driver TX, USA
    14. LQUAN CA, USA
    15. raptureboy PA, USA
    16. SVX UT, USA
    17. AmishWarlord NC, USA
    18. Duplicator41 ID, USA
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    20. LDM PA, USA
    21. spadsriver09 IN, USA
    22. mobyal VA, USA
    23. Ram-bro NE, USA
    24. Lifer MO, USA
    25. Peter OZ Queensland, Australia
    26. tocstrum NJ, USA
    27. Barron VA, USA
    28. darren763 MN, USA
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    30. M Callahan OH, USA
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    35. Quikturn IA, USA
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    37. wireman NJ, USA
    38. jblloyd MS, USA
    39. Dave Bugz U.K.
    40. Ford34tom WA, USA
    41. doolittles ME, USA
    42. SPEED51J FL, USA
    43. P-39 fan WI, USA
    44. US185Damiani PA, USA
    45. bookmaker FL, USA
    46. 108buzz NJ, USA
    47. Naval Flight Officer FL, USA
    48. Super Chief GA, USA
    49. n8622t AR, USA
    50. jetster MI, USA
    51. predman CA, USA
    52. jet22b WA, USA
    53. askham Dragor, Denmark
    54. rppoind TX, USA
    55. Antoinebobrob Beijing, China
    56. NoFlaps KY, USA
    57. yard-dart LA, USA
    58. 2muchfun MO, USA
    59. skull1971 TX, USA
    60. raaf Adelaide, Australia
    61. tardster IL, USA
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    Has anybody got any pointers on installing the retracts in a ttop flite giant p40? Mine dont seem to line up quit right.

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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    dash,

    Can you be more specific or offer some pictures?
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    I finished all the work on my Skyshark P-40 and ran the engine on the ground today. No squawks. I guess all I need to do now is fly it. The final weight is 21.5 lbs and I didn't have to add any lead to the nose.

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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    I have made some progress on both TF 1/7 P-40’s.

    My friend and I have changed the electric conversion from the e-Flight Power 60 to the 90. I tested a 17x8 3 blade today. Performance was good and still has 10 amps left till 50 amp max continuous, so I am going to try an 18X8. Plane has not flown, but is close to paint.

    Running a 15X7 on the Power 60, and it is going to be tested with a 15X8.

    Began work on the DLE-20 gas P-40 again too. It is almost ready to start.

    I would like to fly these two back to back to compare the 20cc to the 90 e-Flight.

    Will try to post some pics again soon.
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    Hello P-40 guys. Does anybody market a decent 1/6 scale, about 70-72" wing span P-40 ARF? I like this size warbird because they are the largest that will easily fit in my vehicle. Also already have a CMP Zero, BH FW 190, KMP Hurricane and Flight Models KI -61 Tony. All with wing spans 70-72" and want a P-40 near the same scale.

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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    HI RBEAN
    IV CONVERTED A CMP P40 TO GAS AND W/SPAN IS 72" OR 73".IT DOSNT COME WITH FLAPS BUT THERE EASLY DONE.
    MIGHT BE WORTH A LOOK.

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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    raaf, how does the CMP P-40 fly. I know some fly better than others. My little VQ P-40 flys fine. My kit built Top Flite 60 size flew poorly and was so much work to fly, that I finally decommissioned it and used its hardware elsewhere. I'm planning on using a DLE 30.

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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    Hi Steve. Please add me to the P-40 brotherhood. I just bought a skyshark 1/5 P-40 82" wing which I just love. I will have it out in the spring.
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    Skyshark P-40N First Flight! Today was the day....light winds straight down the runway. After taking the mandatory "glamor shots" I got her fueled and ready to go. The engine started on the first flip...a good sign. The plane taxied out across our rather rough field to the runway without trouble. The CG is set to the farthest forward point and I had to hold full up elevator to keep her from nosing over. The tail was light, but not excessively. The take off was more exciting than I prefer...I gave too much throttle, too fast and she swung to the left and dropped the left wing as she left the ground. Not fun watching your new plane with the wingtip 6" off the ground in a hard bank to the left. Anyway, I survived that and got the plane up and flying and retracted the gear. The DLE 55 with a 20-12 prop pulls this one fast...most of the flight was at 1/2 throttle or less. Plenty of power when its needed to climb and do big round loops. I did some basic rolls and loops and then some slow flight with and without flaps. Stalls are a non-problem...she just drops the nose and keeps on flying. The plane really slows down with the flaps out. After six minutes the TX timer started beeping telling me it was time to land. I did an overhead break into the pattern while dropping the gear and then half flap on downwind and full flap on base. I brought her all the way to the runway with a little power and made a perfect, smooth wheel landing. Success!

    The second flight had more issues. As I taxied out the engine quit and when restarted it kept dieing when I advanced the throttle. Back to the pits and pull the cowl. I enriched the high speed needle 1/8 turn and also found that the ignition battery had come loose due to some broken zip ties. One of those cured the problem and the engine was running great again. For the second flight I came up on the power slower and held more right rudder. No wing drop this time but I could see the wings rock just a bit...I need to let the plane build up more speed before lifting off. Once up, she again proved to be an excellent flyer. This time I explored inverted flight and also a couple of snaps and spins. The plane is very nose heavy so I feel safe in taking some weight out of the nose. The second landing bounced just a little but nothing too bad. As I was taxing in the right landing gear came out of the wing. The plywood LG mount broke...I don't know if this was due to the landing, the rough field, or a building fault. Anyway, no other damage, not even a broken prop and the fix will be easy.
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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    BTW, Skyshark R/C is still having a closeout sale on the P-40: http://www.skysharkrc.com/category/Closeout-Hangar-43

    When I ordered mine a couple months ago they only had the green version available. Now they are also offering the British camo version. $389 with free shipping! The British version comes with the much better looking landing gear fairings, too.

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    RE: P-40 Brotherhood (All P-40's Welcome)

    congrats radfordc!
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    Updated: 11-28-2012

    Brotherhood Update, we now have 67 in our squadron.

    Welcome to the P-40 Brotherhood

    If you would like to join the P-40 Brotherhood please make your request on this thread and I will assign you a number.

    Never can tell when you may run into another P-40 Brother somewhere, so join now.

    1. Warbirdrcer OK, USA
    1.5. Talimena Kidd OK, USA
    2. Chad Veich AZ, USA
    3. dasintex TX, USA
    4. Meschmidt TX, USA
    5. gaumflyer Gaum, USA
    6. gaumflyer’s Dad Gaum, USA
    7. tp777fo SC, USA
    8. Dash7ATP VA, USA
    9. 77chickenhawk CA, USA
    10. ccostant MA, USA
    11. Capt G NV, USA
    12. RBean PA, USA
    13. P-40 Driver TX, USA
    14. LQUAN CA, USA
    15. raptureboy PA, USA
    16. SVX UT, USA
    17. AmishWarlord NC, USA
    18. Duplicator41 ID, USA
    19. gregandhollie IN, USA
    20. LDM PA, USA
    21. spadsriver09 IN, USA
    22. mobyal VA, USA
    23. Ram-bro NE, USA
    24. Lifer MO, USA
    25. Peter OZ Queensland, Australia
    26. tocstrum NJ, USA
    27. Barron VA, USA
    28. darren763 MN, USA
    29. DrYankum NJ, USA
    30. M Callahan OH, USA
    31. gsmarino2000 CO, USA
    32. Cpt Crash NM, USA
    33. proffj550 MN, USA
    34. psheffield AZ, USA
    35. Quikturn IA, USA
    36. trent smith Australia
    37. wireman NJ, USA
    38. jblloyd MS, USA
    39. Dave Bugz U.K.
    40. Ford34tom WA, USA
    41. doolittles ME, USA
    42. SPEED51J FL, USA
    43. P-39 fan WI, USA
    44. US185Damiani PA, USA
    45. bookmaker FL, USA
    46. 108buzz NJ, USA
    47. Naval Flight Officer FL, USA
    48. Super Chief GA, USA
    49. n8622t AR, USA
    50. jetster MI, USA
    51. predman CA, USA
    52. jet22b WA, USA
    53. askham Dragor, Denmark
    54. rppoind TX, USA
    55. Antoinebobrob Beijing, China
    56. NoFlaps KY, USA
    57. yard-dart LA, USA
    58. 2muchfun MO, USA
    59. skull1971 TX, USA
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