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    I'd say it is down to production cost and not...

    I'd say it is down to production cost and not being able to produce it at the price they originally planned, very difficult now for any new turbine manufacturer to beat Kingtech pricing and still get...
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    Post the link here so people will be able to find...

    Post the link here so people will be able to find it later
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    I would agree with mike I have no idea what I...

    I would agree with mike I have no idea what I have on mine just angled the tailcone down slightly to protect tail
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    looks great

    looks great
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    Nice shot looks the part in the air, I hope the...

    Nice shot looks the part in the air, I hope the day will eventually come I have an airbourne pic of mine !
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    You are not looking at this correctly, Thrust is...

    You are not looking at this correctly, Thrust is a reactive force, it is what it makes the object do, a rocket sitting pointing up, the jet blast out the bottom, makes the rocket go up, that is why...
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    I have 23yrs on the control yoke as you call it,...

    I have 23yrs on the control yoke as you call it, just thought I'd throw that in :rolleyes:
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    You got it right in the first line "pitching...

    You got it right in the first line "pitching moment" the actual thrust angle dos'nt change, if the turbines tail is point down and as thrust is a reaction force then the thrust is up.

    It is this...
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    If you moved this turbine to the front of the...

    If you moved this turbine to the front of the plane and bolted it on exactly the same angle with the tailcone facing down what would you call the thrust?
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    Pitch and thrust are two different things

    Pitch and thrust are two different things
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    Mercury HP electric start manual

    Anyone know where I can get an electric start manual for the Mercury HP, all I can find is a air start version and there is no manual listed on the AMT website at all for a mercury.

    The ECU I have...
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    Not worth it Mike I give up on this issue long...

    Not worth it Mike I give up on this issue long time ago :)
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    I will also help prevent you from burning your...

    I will also help prevent you from burning your tail off
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    Dont think anyone would use nylon bolts to hold...

    Dont think anyone would use nylon bolts to hold on the booms in this model would they?:eek: I use 6mm cap head stainless
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    People probably would buy them too if the price...

    People probably would buy them too if the price was'nt quadrupled because it is a jet
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    Never had that problem, try trimming it on next...

    Never had that problem, try trimming it on next flight at low speed.

    I always launch mine full power and have a bit of up elevator programed on a switch for launch when it is climbing away I flick...
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    Sticky: The problem of being taken to the wrong post is...

    The problem of being taken to the wrong post is back again, two email links today took me about three pages of posts back
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    Boeing and all the big manufacturers will...

    Boeing and all the big manufacturers will calculate the ultimate load say 90,000kg per wing in 737 case and they will want it to break above that if it dosnt, then the wing is too strong which means...
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    What figures were they working to?, how many +/-...

    What figures were they working to?, how many +/- G's in flight do they want it to withstand and at what VNE, load placement distribution cordwise and spanwise needs to be worked out, you dont load...
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    Agree some think you just throw on a load of...

    Agree some think you just throw on a load of weight.
    I could load a wing with more weight and it would hold and load it a certain way with less weight and it would break, and I don't mean just by...
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    I fitted what I had in the draw, JR591 on...

    I fitted what I had in the draw, JR591 on elevators and rudder, 2 JR517 on ailerons, 2 hitec 645 on flaps, this model is not for 3d or prop hanging so standard servos are fine.
    The JR517 is an old...
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    Nice bench you have there Dave !

    Nice bench you have there Dave !
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    Lovely model and beautifully flown as expected by...

    Lovely model and beautifully flown as expected by Ali
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    Impressive

    Impressive
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    Looks great

    Looks great
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