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Old 12-22-2013, 06:59 AM
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I've got the older version of the H-9 P-47 with the Robart airs and have had zero issues with them. I use an airline restrictor for a slower cycle.
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Old 12-22-2013, 07:06 AM
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Must have flown over your place many time in the Early 90's on our way to Standish MI. from Water Town WI..
My experience is Go Big %0cc in my Hanger 9 81" Razor Back and it flies great gota use A little Throttle management.
Heck the Engines are paid for what does it matter U can always change. Good Luck and have a good winter building.

<------ Apache Junction 6 months Oconomowoc 6 months ... Best of both worlds Retirement is great.
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Old 12-22-2013, 07:09 AM
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Me too Please

I have a yellow p47 razor with a zenoha g45 and yellow retracts it flys. Awesome

And also my h9 p47 buble with dle 20 and e flite retracts has already more flights than all my planes together. Jeje

Here my yellow

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Old 12-22-2013, 07:10 AM
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Old 12-22-2013, 07:26 AM
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I think I have caught up with everyone; the membership list on the first page has been updated!
As of this post we are sitting at 30 members in less than 48 hours
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Old 12-22-2013, 07:35 AM
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I would like to be a part of the P-47 Brotherhood.
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Old 12-22-2013, 07:40 AM
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Subscribed, pm sent, awaiting orders.

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Originally Posted by Cub_Boy View Post
I think I have caught up with everyone; the membership list on the first page has been updated!
As of this post we are sitting at 30 members in less than 48 hours
Hey Rick;

I didn't see my name listed 'DASINTEX' I applied way back on Post#7

Doug aka 'DASINTEX'
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Old 12-22-2013, 07:58 AM
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Old 12-22-2013, 09:42 AM
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I want to be added.
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Old 12-22-2013, 10:31 AM
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I am in. I got H9 .60 flying now with a eflite power 90 8S and have the H9 30cc on the bench.
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Old 12-22-2013, 10:51 AM
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You must have missed me on post #37
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Old 12-22-2013, 11:06 AM
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Pick me pick me

I have 2

Could not up load my pic from ipad
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I am building a ziroli 92 inch
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Old 12-22-2013, 12:43 PM
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Hello I would like to join also. I have a Yellow razorback with a g 62 flys great.
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Hi Rick,
I know you asked us to email you to join but I thought all of the members might be interested in this info. I very much would like to join your group. I have been a model builder for the past 58 years but don't yet have a model of a P-47. But, does being on the committee that selected the two flying P-47's from the Tennessee Museum of Aviation, to fly in our airshow next year, count? I live in Evansville, Indiana, former home of one of the Republic Aviation plants that built P-47's. In fact the two that will be flying in our airshow June 13 - 15, 2014 were build here in Evansville a week apart. I will post more info about our airshow within the next couple of months. If you like airplanes, airshows and especially the P-47's Evansville is where you want to be the second weekend in June next year. There is actually a chance we will have a third P-47 join in our airshow. We all have our fingers crossed.

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Hi fellow P47 lovers. Mine is a YA razorback. Has Sierra mains and a YA tailwheel retract. Doors are sequenced by a UP3 valve. Covered with Flite Metal and painted to the theme of the Fat Cat. Equipped with a moving canopy on an air cylinder. Powered by a G62.

Question for you all. What kind of muffler can I use to keep from cutting a hole in the cowl?

Thanks, Mike
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Spiritwind,

You can probably use a pitts style muffler.
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Great plane Spirit!!!!

Did u put rivets under the Flite Metal or on top? Do u have a build thread?
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SPRITWIND:

Question for you all. What kind of muffler can I use to keep from cutting a hole in the cowl?

This is what I did but I'm thinking of cutting the exhaust tube off and running it into a "Y" to 2 flex tubes and running them out where the Waste Gate exhaust stacks come out right where your stacks come out only they would be functional. Also a Canister could be built that the stack from my existing set up would go into and would be fastened to the bottom of the motor box with the flex tubes coming out the back and routed down to the Waste Gate stacks go.
Lots of different things are possible. I don't remember where I saw it but I've seen the same thing with all flex pipe from a modified pitts muffler.

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Cub Boy, PM sentTop Flite kit built P-47 done in the "Huckle De Buck" Great thread........this one will be fun
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sign me up !! Meister P47 with Husky 4.4 & tank drop!!! 100s of flights & almost 10 years old !!
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Old 12-22-2013, 07:27 PM
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Can I join? Have a TF P47 Satio 100 power great flyer. Have aprox 50 flights and it just keeps getting better.
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Originally Posted by Greg Wright View Post
Spiritwind,

You can probably use a pitts style muffler.
Not enough room. I have a cup mount on the engine. Need to use something like a Bennet but I would have to cut a hole in side of cowl.
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Originally Posted by Corsair2013 View Post
Great plane Spirit!!!!

Did u put rivets under the Flite Metal or on top? Do u have a build thread?
Keith
No build thread. The rivets are just surface detailed using the end of brass tubing. Nothing under the foil.
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