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TFGE F4U Corsair 60 Kit Build

Old 08-23-2010, 02:50 PM
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Ok I couldn't resist putting it together again for a quick picture or two, plus I gives me so time to remember if it is all going somewhere.

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Old 08-23-2010, 07:52 PM
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Tracey,

Looking great, I have been working on painting the fuselage using my airbrush. I'll be posting some pictures here tomorrow night.
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Old 08-23-2010, 09:00 PM
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Thanks Bradley looking forward in seeing them pic's.

Wish I had one of the tail retracts on this brid, that fixed tail wheel looks like a pimple. I had better keep everyone looking else where so they don't see that pathetic thing back there


looks like a lot of glazing putty on the wing but it is very very thin, I am still mindful of the weight that is my last big hurdle and at this point it's almost to late. It is what it is and that has to be good enough...

finish fuse and on to panel lines and rivets, the fun stuff, oh! and more sanding

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Old 08-24-2010, 08:14 PM
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Okay, I've been doing some painting but I still have a long way to go. enjoy the pics
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Old 08-25-2010, 08:57 PM
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Here are a few more pics of the fuselage and what I have been able to paint. The dark color is my primer, I have already hit the bottom with flat white and the sides w/intermediate blue.
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Old 08-25-2010, 09:17 PM
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looking good my friend I wish I were their on my build but I can say I'm getting closer, I worked on cockpit and canopy today getting that buttoned up before I start to do final prime and sand before panel lines and rivets canopy must be faired in prior to paint.

keep it coming Bradley you will be ready to maiden soon. I hope to squeeze that in before the season is over here in Indiana.
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Old 08-29-2010, 10:10 AM
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Gents,

Put the fuse paint job on hold, just for a little while; I've been working on the main gear forward doors and boy did I ever have a time getting them right. What I did was to use a CA hinge on the fwd section of the door and using CA to secure the hinge in place, make sure to lightly sand to allow for a good bond. I did that on both the stationary fiberglass pannels and the doors. The next step which was a little more difficult; I have some 1/32nd thick X 12 X 1 brass plate. I took my metal sheers and cut two 1/4 wide X 4" long and then worked the plate into shape around my landing gear strut. Now to secure the brass plate I used a small piece of 1/4 X 1/4 bass wood cut to fit then I drilled a 11/64 hole through the brass and basswood; I used a 5/32 allen screw and nut to secure the brass to the basswood, of course then I used some CA to secure the unit to the entire structure. Here are a few pics of my progress on the fwd doors.
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Old 09-04-2010, 09:45 PM
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Gents,

I have been busy installing the main gear doors on my corsair. I simply used small pieces of balsa glued using thick CA to secure everything together. Now I didn't glue the doors to the balsa; I held the door in place and using a #58 micro drill bit, I drilled two small holes into the fiberglass through the balsa and through the plastic hinge plate. I used two micro phillips screws to secure the fwd and aft hinge to the main door. Here are some pics of my progress so far.
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Old 09-04-2010, 09:46 PM
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Old 09-12-2010, 02:56 PM
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doors look great keep up the good work Bradley

I should have some progress pictures tonight
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Old 09-20-2010, 03:48 PM
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Hello all

Well with some time in the shop I can say that I am on my way. the gray building primer is on, with some sanding to be done and then hopefully panel line and rivets this weekend if it is straight after sanding. Oh and the tail control surfaces have been covered in cloth.
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Old 09-29-2010, 11:33 PM
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Hello Just a quick update, Panel lines are drawn on the fuze it looks great. I will try and get a few pictures up Thursday or Friday. The weather is getting cold. with the shop at just about perfect temperature through out the whole day, wish I was painting now but it will happen soon. I am going to pick up new Paint gun, in the am. i am getting new HVLP gun, never had one of them before my painter friend said it will be the way to go I will let you know how it goes

enough for now
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Old 09-30-2010, 09:47 PM
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Wow stumbled on this thread by chance today. From one Brad to another your work falls under the craftsmanship banner. Most of my build experience has been Guillows kits and a lot of gasser ARF's converted to electric.
I think I may have the record for the longest build going on this one.. I got my Corsair started by another flying bud, that he started in Nov. 1997! Hopefully 13 isn't an unlucky number.

I musta have some luck running, many of what your build is incorporating I've done on mine since starting it last month. Please carry on.

Oh and just to be different and go with a war bird scheme like most do, I decided on a Reno racer version like was used on the Super Corsairs.


I do have a question that those that have gone before me more then likely can answer. After cutting the spar out for the strut clearance and trimming most of the TE out for the flaps I really question the strength of the wing? To me it seems like that is really going to affect the integrity of it. Needless worry?


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Old 10-01-2010, 07:46 AM
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Glacier Girl aka Brad,

Thanks for the comment realy do appreciate it, Tracey another contributer to the build has been doing a fantastic job with his Corsair plus he is taking his a little further by adding panel lines and rivet detail. As for your question, the center spare is a rugged design with the addition of layered ply in the gear area of the spare, just don't take too much wood when making the well for retracts. I had bought a TF Corsair already built quite a few years ago from a guy here on RCU, unfortunately the bird crashed, it wiped out the entire nose and left wing panel was ripped off. I looked at the airplane for two months while it sat in my garage. Long story short, I rebuilt the model recovered it and on its maiden flight it crashed again due to my muffler coming apart in flight and loosing all power, so I had no power on final the plane slowed and she snap rolled right and into the dirt. All my repair work survived but the entire fuse was gone and the right outer wing panel ripped from the center section. My point is, the center wing section of TF's 60 size corsair is strong you have nothing to worry about.

Brad, by the way I like the design and would love to see further in-work pics of your progress if you so desire. The paint sceme is unique; I haven't seen it on a model, maybe I have missed it who knows.

Tracey, feep on building would love to see further scale deails in your build, you are getting down to the final, I just need to find the time to fininsh my paint job and get the engine throttle linkage installed then I'm basically done.
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Old 10-01-2010, 03:31 PM
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Bradley No more pictures yet but I will get some this weekend I hope I have most of the panel lines drawn in pencil on fuze now and the wing may be done tonight if left alone in shop after work.

Glacier Girl aka Brad: the wing is strong. although if I build another top flight and I will, it will prolly be a giant scale plane. I would not double up the TE in the flap area due to having to remove most of it in the flap area, to allow for the swing during flap movement. I noticed that most if not all of the doubled TE was removed this I think is what you are referring to. I would just add a filler strip of say 1/64 ply to cover hinge line from top and be done lots of work just sanded away but not to week at all if I remember that TE if made per print it is doubled 1/4 x 1/2 or something like that but plenty with half of what is their Hope this helps
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Thanks guys for the conformation on the wing. The TE had given me the willies. After doing the cut outs and sanding in the shape I could see that the lap joint where the tip panels and center section joined had pretty much become a pair of butt joints.


Yeah I think the paint scheme is going to be a winner. Something different for sure.


Anyhow, Mr. Murphy slapped me something silly today. Went to install the elevator servo and came to find the control rod had unscrewed from the clevis.

You know the one buried inside the fuse! [X(]

How the heck that could happen is beyond me. Well I ended up performing micro surgery. 1"x1/4" slot cut in the bottom of the fuse.
2 pair of forceps and a slotted screwdriver. Unhook the clevis lock, remove the clevis and threaded rod, fish the Golden Rod up through the hole, reinstall (And CA the connections)
fish it all back down in the hole, reinstall it all. Then cut a plug to fit the hole, epoxy it in, and sand/skim coat it so there's no scars.

What a day. But I guess on the bright side, better now then to find it on the maiden.
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Oh nearly forgot. I was on a real roll today before the incident. Since mine is going to be electric instead of gas I need somewhere to place the packs. Well the fuel tank mount and servo tray had to go as they as you know take up most of the middle section. Got the back half of the tank mount removed, ditto the servo tray. Rebuilt the servo tray so it sits up near the top of the fuse now. Even moved the control rod supports and installed new former supports. Worked out really well.


Cut my cowl ring flaps and came up with what I think was a neat way of bending them so they are in the open position.

Instead of back cutting or heating them individually and bending them here's what I did. I made multiple wraps of masking tape around the end of the fuse. Built it up till it was about a 1/8" tall. Slipped the ring on and started working it back till I could get the bolts started and draw it in tight. As the flaps rode up over the tape they spread open and apart.

I did remove a section of the tape dam so the top center flap would not open. But the rest opened up like petals on a flower. I knew this would only work as long as the tension was removed so what I did was take a heat gun and carefully warm up the ring at the flap to ring area. As the plastic softened it released the tension on the flaps against the tape dam.

Let it cool and pulled the ring back off, removed the tape from the fuse and reinstalled the ring to check my handy work. Sometimes I impress myself, and this was one of them.
I have nice even open flaps where they should be. Little bit of sanding and it's ready for paint.
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well I have been working on the panel line layout I now have top and bottom penciled in ready for tape and rivets/dezus fasteners

I hope you can see it it is kind of light and it is a cell phone here you go
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Nice work, Glacier Girl! I am sure your method will be popular with other TF Corsair builders!
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Okay Gents,

I have been working off and on with my paint job and I have finaly something to show.

Tracey, are you going to use 1/64 chart tape over the pencil marks then primer then sand until the tape is showing? All in all everything is looking very good.
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Two thumbs up Bradley. Looking forward to the finished airplane for sure.
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Tracey, are you going to use 1/64 chart tape over the pencil marks then primer then sand until the tape is showing? All in all everything is looking very good.
Bradley Yes chart tape 1/64 is what I have been using and then prime and sand and remove the tape once exposed also some rivet details are going on soon. Life is currently getting in the way right now so I am on a sort of break I think it is getting to be something that will not be finished to fly this season but I can still make it if things slow down a bit.

I had to take my 14 year old Labrador to vet today, and have him put to sleep. he was my pal/buddy he would lay on floor with me in shop all the time it's gonna be hard to not think of him as begin right there.

anyways more updates as soon as I get back on track

RIP MAX 1997-2010 truly my best friend

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Old 10-19-2010, 12:18 AM
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Sorry for your lose. We recently had a dog pass away as well and even though I knew he was in pain and it was better to let him go, it was very hard
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Old 10-20-2010, 05:57 PM
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WOW. I'm impressed with all the work you have all done. I remember following along with NCIS's build when he was building his- shame you're selling it, but as I remember it- you really had no intention of flying it after all the work you put in to it- truely a show quality plane.

Reading your build has really motivated me to get back to it. I spent a year on deployment, and came home 6 months ago. Looking at my pieces, and the half built fuselage/wing, I'm really starting to gain interest and jump back in to my Corsair Project. Always good to review how other people build, and take away a little suggestion or two.
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