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Old 08-02-2009, 10:14 PM
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Thank you very much.
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Old 08-03-2009, 04:28 AM
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Table of Contents (Revised/ Updated)

COCKPIT: Posts 3 ~ 4, 6

DECALs on Fuselage: Posts 48, 50

ENGINE Choices: Posts 5 ~ 7, 41

Fin/ Rudder Mods: Post 29

Landing GEAR DOORS: Posts 14

PILOT: Posts 32

RETRACTS/ Stock Mechanisms: Posts 35, 38

RETRACTS/ Optional Retracts: Posts 16, 34

RETRACTS/ Tailwheel: Posts 47 ~ 49, 53

Secret/ Hidden Fuselage Hatch: Posts 9, 11, 15

Videos: Posts 39

Vortac Bomb Release Mechanisms: Posts 20, 27

WHEELS (Main Gear), Scale Specs, & Aftermarket Wheel Choices: Posts 12

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Old 08-03-2009, 12:17 PM
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HI,today is monday,and i had glassing for the rear wheel doors,,ready to install hinges[8D]
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Default RE: Top Flite P-47D Thunderbolt ARF .60-.91: Building & Mods

Almost finished up with the P-47. Have to add the pilot and seat. I installed spring air retracts, YS 110 with a Graupner 14x7 three blade prop. If I had to do it again, I would use the 85 degree retracts instead of the 90 degree retracts. I had to bend the wire just a bit. I had to add about 4 ounces to the tail for balance. Here are a few pictuires of the plane.
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Old 08-13-2009, 05:08 PM
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Some pictures of my progress. I'm using Hysol instead of microbaloons, same result but better bondage.

One more thing, I fited the cowl first ( made sure that the engine was centered ) then slide the fake engine inside the cowl then the cowl on the airplane, resecure the cowl from here I moved the fake angine foward, once I was happy with it carefully glued it to the cowl on two spots ( Ca and accelarator through the front ) after I used Hysol to permanentelly secure it. [8D]
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Old 08-15-2009, 10:51 AM
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Default RE: Top Flite P-47D Thunderbolt ARF .60-.91: Building & Mods

Nice pics, guys.
My computer 'died' about 10 days ago, so this is my 1st oppotunity to log on to RCU in about as many days.
My engine is now broken in: JEEZ that Saito 1.00 is powerful, I'm going to 'limit' it to much less then full power.
The computer problems have prevented me from focussing much attention to my T-Bolt, BUT it is essentially ready to fly now (but not really complteted). I will post pics and specs, and hopefully a flight report in a few days.
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Old 08-16-2009, 02:43 AM
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Here are my last pictures, all done today around 3:00 am and flown also today around 3:00 pm. She flew flowlessly, smooth like a baby's behind, the engine needed a bit of adjustment, during the first flight she wanted to climb ( just the way i like it ) but after a few pases she was trimed, landings were just a kiss to the runway and the OS 91 pull her just right in avery way, no need for more power here, I'm just happy the way she flew, very rewording after all those hours of work, especially last night workinglate to try to get he ready and I did.

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Old 08-17-2009, 10:08 AM
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Very nice Carlos! Wish I'd known you were heading out to fly her, I'd have come helped/ watched....
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Old 08-17-2009, 10:22 PM
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Default RE: Top Flite P-47D Thunderbolt ARF .60-.91: Building & Mods

Here's a few shots of mine. Not much flight time on it yet but I like what I see so far.
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Old 08-18-2009, 01:32 PM
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Hi everybody,here i let you some shots of my t-bolt works.Now i am doing the modification of the tail wheel




best regards from Spain!!!! beach,beach,beach and sunnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!
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Old 08-18-2009, 01:44 PM
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closed doors
Hi,Now it's time to make system for the open-close tail gear doors,and i don not how i can do it,after hours and hours thinking in diferent
system


some body can help me??????


thankssssssssssss
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Old 08-19-2009, 01:29 PM
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nobody know how can i attach the tail wheel gear doors???

i don't know what can i dooooooooooooooo!!!!!
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Default RE: Top Flite P-47D Thunderbolt ARF .60-.91: Building & Mods

First Flights!

Well I finally got mine airborn today. 3 takeoffs, 2 deadstick landings, and finally: a complete flight.

Deadstick landings were result of engine running too rich. 1st flight was about 1 1/2 miniute. I landed with the gear up (hit wrong switch during last moments), which resulted in damage to the belly pan, rear fuselage exhaust duct, and slight damage to fuselage just aft of cowl.

Since damage was minimal, and did no structual damage: I went for it again. This time, I got about 2 1/2 minutes, and with plenty of altitude and warning: I was able to set up better for a landing. I got the gear down and half flaps, but was still a little 'hot'.

Last flight I finally got the mixture right; Engine ran well for all of 8 miniutes, set up for landing with gear down and full flaps, and greased it in. With engine still running, taxxied back to pits and took it home.

General impressions of flights: needed down trim for level fight (see upside down pic of stab and elevator: that is 'neutral' after trim adjustments).

Weight without fuel: 152.6 oz (9 lbs, 8.6 oz). It was weigh just prior to the flight, with no 'MGs' or gear doors installed yet. The gear doors will add about 1 1/2 oz.? I also have a full pilot which I will add after I repaint him, which will add about another 3 oz. That will still keep the empty weight under 10 lbs. Not bad, considering I have 1400 mAH 5 cell NiMih, dual functional bomb drops, and all three wheels go up. BTW: that battery is shoved as far forward as possible, under the fuel tank.

All pics were taken AFTER the flights, which is why you see the damage on the underside.

My plans are to take this and 2 other warbirds to the Palos R/C Club 'Warbird Day' event ( near Chicago) this coming Sunday (even tho I swore I would never attend that event again).
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Mine a came out to 10 lbs even, I have a 5 cells 2700 NI-MH batt right at the recomemded place and the CG is right on the recomended distance of 4 1/8".
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ORIGINAL: kurrikan

closed doors
Hi,Now it's time to make system for the open-close tail gear doors,and i don not how i can do it,after hours and hours thinking in diferent
system


some body can help me??????


thankssssssssssss
I used ball point pen springs for the closers, with trimmed down horns off set just a little bit, so they didn't knock into each other the pics are before I trimmed the extra spring coils it took a couple of trials to get them to close the doors properly but they work well enough.

you can also trial and error rigid ones but I gave up in frustration trying to get them just right.
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Good morning (here in Spain).thanks a lot for you fast help

I will to make your close system for my plane,i will put some Pics of the progress
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Default RE: Top Flite P-47D Thunderbolt ARF .60-.91: Building & Mods

Got my gear doors mounted using some 3/8" cable clamps from Radio Shack. 6 in a bag for under $3. I'll post pics when I get back from Chicago: going to a warbird event on Sunday, Aug 23.
Also, was able to piece my under belly exhaust thing and pop the belly pan back out, so it looks 'normal' again (well, from a distance anyway).

For info on the warbird event near Chicago, click on this link:
http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_9034716/tm.htm
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Old 08-24-2009, 12:54 PM
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Hi boys.here i let you the last pics of the tail wheel finished
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Default RE: Top Flite P-47D Thunderbolt ARF .60-.91: Building & Mods

Really like what i have seen on this thread about this P47. I have the P51 ARF whit minor mods, and it flews great whit a Saito 100.
Start wondering of buy this one and strip of all the Monocote clothing and glass the fuse and wing after the mods. Finally paint it in a whole new color scheme. Cold be i nice winter project
But I'm not shore if the model is available in Sweden yet
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HI ,Ompa,i am from Spain,and i bought thi plane by internet in EEUU,cause,the price in Spain is very expensive than EEUU.You can buy at :http://www.espritmodel.com/


the ship to europe at very reasonable price



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Hi kurrikan.

Thank's for the info. Gonna check out espiritmodels.com earlier and see what the shipping cost will be.
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Default RE: Top Flite P-47D Thunderbolt ARF .60-.91: Building & Mods

Kurrikan,

How did you finally get those tail wheel doors to work? On a previous Corsair build, I used threaded rods and ball links attached to the tailwheel to open and close the doors. It should work the same for the P47. I was going to put some pics up to show you, but it looks like you solved the problem.
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Mounting Gear Doors to 650 series RoboStruts: A Great Alternative!

OK guys, I have 3 flights with the gear doors attached now, and I found a great alternative for the Robart gear door brackets. But rather than post it all here, I decided that this idea could be used on many other warbirds besides the Top Flite P-47,
So,....I started a new thread with details on my gear door attachment procedure (with more pictures):
http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_9047288/tm.htm
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There IS a little modification that I did to the gear doors tho, that I didn't mention in earlier posts: I removed some material with a Dremel (with sanding drum) to make tapered channel for the RoboStrut. Doing this allows the gear doors to become flush with the wing when retracted.

Shown is my left dear door removed (so I can paint it olive green), showing the channel.
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Hi , i am not solved the problem,the tail wheel place is very small,and i have tried it of diverse ways but none works,wharf,elastic ruber.I am disappoinetd by the result[][].
I don`t know what can i do.Could you put some pics of your system ??.


thanks a lot for your response,and y wait for you pics,i expect to solve the problem.


the asembly of the main gear has been ended.The pneumatic system works perfectly gear up,.down,main gear wheel doors....

I am pass hours and hours thinking about the problem but i do not find the solution.[]
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