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  1. Thread: Priming an engine

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    If you can get to the muffler pressure, Fill tank...

    If you can get to the muffler pressure, Fill tank as normal, then move the fuel filler line to the muffler pressure, open throttle, hit a couple of licks of the pump, flip prop; it will put fuel in...
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    Models are weighed in flyable condition. Most...

    Models are weighed in flyable condition. Most real airplanes are weighed without people and other things, and those are adjusted when someone gets it by math. The airplane example needs passengers...
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    It might be ok if you use the gram on the tail...

    It might be ok if you use the gram on the tail and bathroom on mains. .1kg error on the tail is too much.
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    The small one would probably work for the tail. ...

    The small one would probably work for the tail. Your bathroom scale is about the error used on real airplanes.
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    I think you need to get into the gram scale. .1...

    I think you need to get into the gram scale. .1 kg is too much an error. You only need 1 scale, moved to each gear position with a fake scale spacer under the other gear. Check at all three gear...
  6. Two of the wires in the connector have to be...

    Two of the wires in the connector have to be switched, or you need the adapter plug. Airtronics joined the interchangeability crowd about 10 years ago.
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    The 1/6 Sig Cub is the perfect size as long as it...

    The 1/6 Sig Cub is the perfect size as long as it is as light as the Cub. A C3 or a Headwind B would be cool too. AMA has a 72" Pober Pixie although cowled; I sure some people have built with open...
  8. Thread: Priming an engine

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    Have you tried opening the throttle and covering...

    Have you tried opening the throttle and covering the exhaust with your finger and flip the prop a good number of times; no glow on of course.
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    He shows up here on occasion. I believe Model...

    He shows up here on occasion. I believe Model Airplane News sells his plans.
  10. I dont care because no one at my field except one...

    I dont care because no one at my field except one or two fly scale except ARFed scale. and they covet them like they were world champions. It is better to fly alone because no one wants to share the...
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    Just put a pinstripe on it and go fly the sucker....

    Just put a pinstripe on it and go fly the sucker. I liked in in aluminum.
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    Many of the one part paint is not fuel proof. It...

    Many of the one part paint is not fuel proof. It use to be, but EPA killed most. Some get by with stuff I cant make work. I have used Duplicolor auto touchup lacquer and I have coated it with...
  13. Thread: scale symposium

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    scale symposium

    https://www.facebook.com/events/381577475356796/?ref=51&source=1
    Does anyone have a line on who will be there and depth of information? It looks like it was the old dates for the Mint Julep; its...
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    I set my airplane default to two ailerons and two...

    I set my airplane default to two ailerons and two elevator for all my planes. I may or may not use the second servo, but it is always a plug away.
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    Is the prop going to clear the ground?

    Is the prop going to clear the ground?
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    A Taylorcraft does much better aerobatics than a...

    A Taylorcraft does much better aerobatics than a Cub. Get it close as you can and live with it. Does it matter? Some, but not enough to keep it flying fine. Its not a pattern plane.
  17. http://www.thundermustang.com/ Its a kit.

    http://www.thundermustang.com/ Its a kit.
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    I bet it would take a bit of luck that he used...

    I bet it would take a bit of luck that he used off the shelf colors. More options with auto touchup paint.
  19. All of them past and present. I just won the...

    All of them past and present. I just won the lottery.
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    Keep the minivan for the models, buy a car your...

    Keep the minivan for the models, buy a car your wife likes for every day.
  21. Ham and Commercial FCC can run the higher...

    Ham and Commercial FCC can run the higher wattage. There are drone radio modules with the upped wattage. I think up to 10W; Futaba 9Cs are the most popular. Some are on the 800mhz(?) It will not...
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    I have seen a KingAir done but it was a top...

    I have seen a KingAir done but it was a top modeler. RCM had a nice Seneca II.
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    http://www.rtaerospace.com/ would be the place...

    http://www.rtaerospace.com/ would be the place to ask. MAN, RCM,MA or another mag may have had one. Im thinking MAN; might check their catalog.
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    The Man!

    The Man!
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    I would bet it was scratch or plans built. ...

    I would bet it was scratch or plans built. Someone could have had a kit of a KingAir but it would have been short lived. I dont remember one. What was the size?
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