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    To be honest, I've never considered it. My saws...

    To be honest, I've never considered it. My saws are tools that are used outside of my hobby considerations. That being said, the local shop has many saws in the boneyard that have working engines...
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    Not that I'm concerned much with site censorship,...

    Not that I'm concerned much with site censorship, but I'm not knocking anyone here. Like I said, I've parted with literally thousands of dollars over the last two decades or so on engines, all of...
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    Not that it matters, but my biggest issue is that...

    Not that it matters, but my biggest issue is that these these engines, produced and marketed as hobby powerplants, are just so extraordinarily overpriced. I have a top of the line Stihl 50cc (MS261...
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    I just decided to stick to the basic description...

    I just decided to stick to the basic description of what I'd tried. Every single variable has been explored, all more than once. Been doing this a few years. Maybe I should see if it has gas too,...
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    I'll look into them as well. Thanks guys!

    I'll look into them as well. Thanks guys!
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    This was 2010. Used the RCExcel unit and and...

    This was 2010. Used the RCExcel unit and and sensor. TBH, it never worked to my liking. Made it very tough to start, no matter where the sensor was positioned, and never gave any benefit. Had...
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    Thanks Dan. I'll give them a shot.

    Thanks Dan. I'll give them a shot.
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    Support for Fuji Imvac engines

    First log on in years! Looking for info on support for a Fuji 50EI. It's ran like a champ until the last few years, and I can't get it right. Have no interest in spending the dollars to change it...
  9. RE: German Technology - new engine is born !

    Even though that has nothing to do with this thread, that is a pretty cool sound!
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    P-26 builders experience

    I'm currently scratch building a P-26 Peashooter, using Royal plans. I'm looking for advice, and suggestions on an engine choice before I complete the fuse assembly. What have you used, seen used,...
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    RE: Royal P-26 Group Build

    I won the auction...I'll let you know. I already have a set of plans, but I wanted a kit to put on the shelf, and back up information. I also wanted to get ahold of the cowl to make a mold.

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    RE: You want to see vintage...?

    Good call, I believe you're right.
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    You want to see vintage...?

    Hi guys. Don't usually post on this section, as my flight style has always tended to be a little more of a "modern airframe" I suppose.

    However, I did have the unrivaled pleasure of watching a...
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    RE: Welcome to Club SAITO !

    Whats the magic number for turns out on the HS needle (for a good start) on the older ones? 2.5 or 5? Somewhere in between?
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    RE: Welcome to Club SAITO !

    Need a little help. I have an older 91S, (black and gold box, old label"Hemi Head High powered High Cam Series") that I just can't tune. I've got six other Saitos from a .72 to the FG36, and have...
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    RE: Seen a LT 40 Sig Kadet??????

    I've got a set of plans if you can build. Yours cheap if you want them.
  17. Poll: RE: Covering claimed to be Monokote on Great Planes RV-4 after 2-1/2 years

    Oh. OK. Your right. I'm wrong.

    [sm=spinnyeyes.gif]
  18. Poll: RE: Covering claimed to be Monokote on Great Planes RV-4 after 2-1/2 years

    Directly from Tower page...

    FEATURES: Construction: Balsa and ply
    Wings: Prebuilt halves slide onto aluminum joiner and bolt to
    fuselage
    Covering: Covered...
  19. Poll: RE: Covering claimed to be Monokote on Great Planes RV-4 after 2-1/2 years

    Again...
    Maybe get a bigger stick though.
  20. Poll: RE: Covering claimed to be Monokote on Great Planes RV-4 after 2-1/2 years

    Edit..Sorry, couldn't resist. Scotts comment made me smile.
  21. Poll: RE: Covering claimed to be Monokote on Great Planes RV-4 after 2-1/2 years

    I also found the new monokote to be lower quality than the old formula. Know what I did? I quit using it!!

    You said your self "...it's one heck of a nice flying airplane...". Go fly it then! ...
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    RE: Royal P-26 Group Build

    Are you using Polycrylic or epoxy? I'm guessing Poly, by the lack of a mess, but maybe you're neater than I. Looks great.
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    RE: Selling a rare kit: any suggestions?

    It's been awhile since I read anything here that made me laugh out loud. Thanks!
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    RE: My TNP Shoestring is finished

    Here's the maiden for mine last year. Fiberglass and paint, Saito 100. She flies like a dream, and although it's not quite a rocket, you'll be amazed at how stable it is. Doesn't slow down a bunch...
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    RE: Painting aluminum spinners

    After you've accomplished MinnFlyers prep (great verbal tutelage Minn), make sure you then shoot it with a self etching primer. Available at any local automotive store.
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