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    What is the wing span? Looks alot like a Platt....

    What is the wing span? Looks alot like a Platt. Wing span would help nail it down.
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    Looks like the Hangar 9 Blue Nose ...

    Looks like the Hangar 9 Blue Nose http://www.hangar-9.com/Products/Default.aspx?ProdID=HAN2420

    CG on page 33 http://www.horizonhobby.com/pdf/HAN2420-Manual-V2.pdf
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    Ditto - pulled out my NIB kit and plans are the...

    Ditto - pulled out my NIB kit and plans are the same as your description. Checked my Jim Pepino pans (87" wingspan) it has a top view if you really need one. get the same results with a good 3-view.
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    21452462145247214524821452492145250214525121452522...

    2145246214524721452482145249214525021452512145252214525321452542145255 Hope this helps. I currently have the P-51B Malcomb hood under construction.
    You should really look at Chad Veich's P-51D...
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    Yes Shaun, you are technically correct. If noted...

    Yes Shaun, you are technically correct. If noted in the first post, they are not present. I would therefore conclude that sjohns added them. Added scale detail is always a good enhancement.
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    Construction looks like Dynaflite Fun Scale. Kis...

    Construction looks like Dynaflite Fun Scale. Kis were offered in 56" & 81" wing spans. Hope this helps. .
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    Dave, you said its an old Byron P-51, would...

    Dave, you said its an old Byron P-51, would assume the one piece wing. Mine is an early one piece version. Came with gray plastic air cylinders for the retracts. They had poor reliability (lost air...
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    Thanks, guess I should have been more specific. ...

    Thanks, guess I should have been more specific. I am looking for a P-51 canopy for the Bob Smith 112" model
    Thanks again
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    PrecisionCutKits

    Tried to place an order on-line. At the end of the process the last screen said someone would be getting in touch with me to confirm the order. After over a week no E-Mail or phone call. Tried...
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    Warbirds : ...

    Warbirds : http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/rc-warbirds-warplanes-200/11597082-new-hangar-9-p-51-60cc.html
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    yes he is the most amazing fighter pilot of WWII....

    yes he is the most amazing fighter pilot of WWII. Eric Hartman (352 aerial victories all on the Eastern Front) said Marseille was the better fighter pilot. He thought outside the box not using the...
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    Something also to consider. About 15 years ago a...

    Something also to consider. About 15 years ago a new member at our field had a interfearance problem on 72 MHz on channel 42 or 44. His plane would just lock up and spin in. Controls would all fully...
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    Match it up to a Bates @ 82" and use his canopy,...

    Match it up to a Bates @ 82" and use his canopy, cowl, spinner, etc. or check availability elsewhere.
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    Count me in too.
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    2075713 Good question. Looks doable. 9 HP - WOW...

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    Good question. Looks doable. 9 HP - WOW for a Byron.
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    Major warming trend here today. up to -7 deg F...

    Major warming trend here today. up to -7 deg F from -9 this morning.
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    I may be interested. How much $.$$ ???

    I may be interested. How much $.$$ ???
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    Goose is using them on a Top Flite Giant P-51 (...

    Goose is using them on a Top Flite Giant P-51 ( beautiful work ) http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/rc-warbirds-warplanes-200/11261567-gooses-top-flite-giant-p-51d-build-thread-4.html look at post 98,...
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    start with battery strength and cycle time.

    start with battery strength and cycle time.
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    ditto above. pull slowly and place on wax paper...

    ditto above. pull slowly and place on wax paper for reuse.
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    When the 2015 Tower catalog came out, I saw the...

    When the 2015 Tower catalog came out, I saw the GB Chipmunk was not listed. Being one of my favorite planes, I went to their web site and ordered one. When I got it I traced all the part forms in the...
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    Tom, I have attemped 3 times to reply to your PM,...

    Tom, I have attemped 3 times to reply to your PM, but nothing shows after I hit the reply button and reply then hit the submit message and nothing shows even when I click on sent messages ????? ...
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    I would look at wing loading and what type of...

    I would look at wing loading and what type of performance your expecting. I'm currently building a blown up Piper Pawnee from a Traplet Magazine drawing 52" up to 80" and am planning on a 30cc gas at...
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    just read in another post (...

    just read in another post ( http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/rc-warbirds-warplanes-200/11261567-gooses-top-flite-giant-p-51d-build-thread-11.html#post11973948 ) Tony Howard has passed. God rest his...
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