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Old 06-02-2017, 12:59 PM
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Default P-51 scale tail retract 1:4-1:4,3

Hi all together,

today I like to introduce my new project, a nearly Scale tail retract for the P-51 Mustang 1:4-1:4,3.
The project is in the meantime in BETA version nearly ready for the series.
The main parts are SLS sintered Alumide. The other sheet parts are 1,5mm Alu.
The linear actuator is from LADO and has 30mm.
The weight is exactly 206g.
The retract fits for the CARF Version but also for the FISCHER Version.



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Old 08-03-2017, 09:14 PM
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Hi guys,

nearly all parts are complete. Some more you see.






The oar lever is made of steel and sintered. All other parts are Alu.





More photos on my hp...

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Hi guys,

testing finished.
Two versions/sizes existing, M1:4,3 for example CARF P-51. M1:4,1 for example the new P-51 from Herbert Holzer (awesome surface, full composite) or Fischer ...
Either as a kit or assembled ready to use.
Further infos on my hp.
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That sure looks authentic..!
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