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    Thank you very much JRgraham
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    , I think that is not problem to make the first engine rib to front or back as I want for any engine, justr I nead to know the engine size only

    No I think about theconposite nose.... I think to try to build it from wood ribs, What you think about this guys ?

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    Thank you very much JRgraham !



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    , I think that is not problem to make the first engine rib to front or back as I want for any engine, justr I nead to know the engine size only

    No I think about theconposite nose.... I think to try to build it from wood ribs, What you think about this guys ?

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    Totally Awesome!

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    When I decide to build a Nother spitfire I will want to get your kit :-)
    Just Make It Look Real !!!

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    Thank you very much sir !

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    Hi guys, start with covering of fuse





































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    Interesting picture

    he dont have car, but this is better


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    Great picture!
    I wonder if he keeps the wings in the next garage?

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    lol i need to buy a bigger garage for this one.i gonna start with your spitfire fokke i m sure i can load it im my van

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    Holy.... ! How in the world does he fit that in that garage?!?

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    I want Focke Wolf in my garage ) But unfortunately have two new kayaks who I cut on laser just for fun




















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    Quote Originally Posted by CDB-RAE View Post
    lol i need to buy a bigger garage for this one.i gonna start with your spitfire fokke i m sure i can load it im my van

    Oh yes )) my Spity is just 1/5 scale , is good for normal garagers )

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    Oh WOW man, that is excellent! How do you like the kayaks??

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    I like Boating , before many yers , when I was 10 years old my sпort was swimming and academic rowing (tipe) scull

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    OK , here some progres on tail wheel






















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    man, you are just one amazement after another!!! Really cool!

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    Awesome work Rumen!! how hard would it be to convert to Mk XIX?
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    Fliteskin is tougher than you think!

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    What you mean ?

    I will not to make XIX , I make XIV and XIVe

    I don't know what differences have between XIV and XIX , if you know them you can write. Visible differences I can;t see .

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    Quote Originally Posted by JGrc View Post
    Awesome work Rumen!! how hard would it be to convert to Mk XIX?
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    Longer span ailerons (very simply mod), different windscreen, small pencil type intake on the nose for cockpit pressurization purposes, and the camera ports. All very simple changes with the possible exception of the windscreen.

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    Rumen the tailwheel assembly is finished with epoxy and microbaloons?
    Or this is some sort of putty?
    Thank you

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    Thanks Chad, I will check my books to learn all this differences >

    Hi Vik , the tail made from balsa wood and filler only

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    Chad is correct, very little differences. Click image for larger version. 

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    Fliteskin is tougher than you think!

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