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    Dynamax conversions kits

    These are the designs I been making for converting Dynamax fans to EDF. There are two different versions. Both work with 40mm or 50mm motors, though I recommend the HET 700 & 800 series motors, or...
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    Professional Video Editing System

    I have a professional video editing system I would like to get rid of. I used to sell Non-Linear video editing systems when they first came out. I got out of the business over 10 years ago, selling...
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    $1300 is on the high side. Orginal cost new with...

    $1300 is on the high side. Orginal cost new with retracts was about $2000. THe model was discontinued because it didn't fly well. To high of a wing loading. Since it's new and not finished, I think...
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    I built a 24" X 48", 60 Watt Laser for $1500. It...

    I built a 24" X 48", 60 Watt Laser for $1500. It cuts any wood I need to cut. I sold all my other saws except my micro table saw. But I still have full size cabnet table saw, and band saws.
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    RE: Turbinator-E

    We also are laser cutting the Turbinator-e. After making a test run, I found that almost all the parts are off on the cut sheet. F-5 is way out, actually unusable. I am now redrawing all the cut...
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    RE: Worlds smallest air actuated retracts

    For anyone that intereted, I am now taking orders for the mini retracts. Contact me at LJE4357@aol.com for details, or call 407-382-0614

    Larry
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    RE: Midwest Skyhawk

    The A-4 is about 25% smaller that RBC's, it'a made for a Mini fan, and it has retracts.

    Larry
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    RE: Midwest Skyhawk

    Curtis, was nice talking to you yesterday

    Here's a pic of my A-4 prototype for a kit. Of course its electric powered, and it has retracts. All wood construction. Powered with a micro fan and...
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    RE: Worlds smallest air actuated retracts

    Electric Jet Factory, quit handeling them, because the price was going up. I heard that Larry Wolf at Jet Hangar, also dropped the line, for the same reason. As for the Chineese making them, maybe...
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    RE: Worlds smallest air actuated retracts

    OK, I just spent part of my day with a local machine shop with CNC production capability. Forget geting the retail cost to $75 a set. won't happen in this country, untill we turn into a 3rd world...
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    RE: Worlds smallest air actuated retracts

    I just started on these this past weekend. and I have about 50 hr's in the first one. Of course, now that I have figured out the geomerty, the rest should be easier to make. As for production, I have...
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    RE: Worlds smallest air actuated retracts

    Each retract without the strut weigh's in at about 1/2 oz. So I'm shooting for a total system weight of about 3 oz. Thats the retracts, struts, valve, air lines, wheels, tank, and servo.
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    Worlds smallest air actuated retracts

    I have just finished designing and assembling (as far as I know of) the smallest retract actuated by air. It is spring loaded. so if you lose air, they automaticaly come down and lock. It takes about...
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    RE: Loctite (Aeropoxy) Applicator's

    Gordon Mc is right, its the gun, not just tips. I have about 250 tip myself.
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    RE: Loctite (Aeropoxy) Applicator's

    Your point is?
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    Loctite (Aeropoxy) Applicator's

    For anybody that interested, I have 3 Loctite (Aeropoxy) applicators that were sent to me, by my supplier, by mistake. Only ordered one. I can send them back or sell them at cost. I have a post for...
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    RE: New Twin Four Star 223 Project

    Well guys, here is version # 3, except I call it the "Twin Trainer" It been modified extensively over the previously version. The center sections are similar in design, as version #2. All built up...
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    RE: Polyurathane clear for silk & silkspan

    Attached is a pic of 2 models that are covered with silkspan and nitrate dope, then painted with polyurthane house paint, sprayed and thinned out 50/50 with menthanol, it only took one coat to cover,...
  19. RE: Who makes a good "on-board-glow" driver system?

    I am using the MPI on my new twin trainer I have just finished designing and building. It works fantastic. I didn't have to, but I'm using 2, one in each nacell, that way its close to the battery and...
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    Polyurathane clear for silk & silkspan

    Has anyone ever tried to use a polyurthane water base clear to silk or silkspan an airframe, then painting with latex house paint ? I know it will have to be fuel proofed if your going to use glow...
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    RE: RC World Destroyed by Hurricane Charlie

    Gona take a lot more that some CA & epoxy to fix this place. We HAD 2000 sq.ft. air conditioned building with a garage. We held our monthly club meetings in the hangar and kept all our grass mowing...
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    RC World Destroyed by Hurricane Charlie

    The clubhouse at the RC World flying site met it's demise last night as hurricane Charlie paid us a visit
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    Kokam 20C LiPo

    Has anybody had any experience with the new Kokam 20C batterys? I been told they fail rather quickly if use at or near the 20C level I'm using 2 packs in my A-10 each pack is 2100 ma/hr, 4S, pulling...
  24. Thread: Kyosho F-86

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    RE: Kyosho F-86

    For anybody that interested I make a motor mount upgrade for the Kyosho fan, I have them for the Rossi 21, Rossi 15, K&B3.5, OPS 3.5 & MVVS 3.5 It bolts right in in place of the Kyosho, comes...
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    RE: Brake system

    May someone can shed some light on this one. While cleaning up a storage cabinet, I noticed that I had still in the original unopened packages, some "o" ring, air actuated brakes that were produced...
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