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    That might be the Transmitter telling the...

    That might be the Transmitter telling the receiver something or the receiver just making decisions on it's own. I think the best thing to do is send it in and have it checked out. Good Luck, once...
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    A twin tail dragger is not much different than a...

    A twin tail dragger is not much different than a single engine tail dragger. I have a P-82 with twin 40 on it. I have to bring up the power slowly, add in some rudder to compensate for torque and...
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    How did you have your throttle servos tied...

    How did you have your throttle servos tied together. Y Harness or radio mixing ?
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    If the servo is not stripped, then something is...

    If the servo is not stripped, then something is changing the end points. Was it both throttle servo's or only one of them? Dave
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    I have to agree. The 15 second binding time was a...

    I have to agree. The 15 second binding time was a clue, which also could have been caused by a low battery or a bad receiver. The crash could have been a brown out on your receiver because of low...
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    Well it is 60 degrees here and great flying...

    Well it is 60 degrees here and great flying weather. I had 3 new student pilots today so the trainer got a real work out today. One of the new pilots brought out a Dynaflite Butterfly which I got to...
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    The Saito 150 is plenty of power for the plane....

    The Saito 150 is plenty of power for the plane. The plane spends most of it's flight at half power.....Good Luck, Dave
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    You still need to be careful and not apply to...

    You still need to be careful and not apply to much paint as it will still run. As mentioned the first couple of coats are fog coats and the final is a wet coat. I will usually make sure my first...
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    Closed because it is a duplicate. Thanks Dave

    Closed because it is a duplicate. Thanks Dave
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    Throttle down or throttle kill switch for gas...

    Throttle down or throttle kill switch for gas engines. Good Luck, Dave
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    I have used magnets that are on an extending rod....

    I have used magnets that are on an extending rod. It fits in my pocket but will extend out 24 inches. I have also tack glued the new blind nut on the end of a dowel or stick and fished it in. Good...
  12. Use anything except mechanical retracts. You...

    Use anything except mechanical retracts. You won't regret it. Good Luck, Dave
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    I am in Vancouver, WA. Our club has a number of...

    I am in Vancouver, WA. Our club has a number of instructors as well as a couple of club airplanes used for introductory flights. We fly at the Clark County Fair Grounds which is exit 9 from I-5. If...
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    Where is south of Seattle? Thanks Dave

    Where is south of Seattle? Thanks Dave
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    You might check the bay. There are quite a few...

    You might check the bay. There are quite a few Royal plans on it. Good Luck, Dave
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    When I spray my Latex, I add in a touch of...

    When I spray my Latex, I add in a touch of Flowtrol before I thin it. I thin it just enough to make it spray, what I call a dry spray. It takes a lot of coats to completely cover. I allow 15 or 20...
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    I have been building for over 40 years and I am...

    I have been building for over 40 years and I am still at it. I just get a lot of satisfaction when I complete a kit and fly it. I do have quite a few stock piled for my retirement as they are getting...
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    You can also heat up Xacto blades and it will cut...

    You can also heat up Xacto blades and it will cut the epoxy. Just be careful so as not toburn or cut yourself. Good Luck, Dave
  19. I enjoy flying mine when no one is around. Less...

    I enjoy flying mine when no one is around. Less pressure to be perfect and allows me the chance to get to know the plane. Good Luck, Dave
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    The CG is 4 and 3/8 inches from the leading edge....

    The CG is 4 and 3/8 inches from the leading edge. Good Luck, Dave
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    2062369 I was doing some cleaning up today and...

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    I was doing some cleaning up today and found some nostalgia. It is a Model Airplane News, July 1951, which is 2 months after I was born, and it cost .25. It has a McCoy 9 advertised for...
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    Great Planes get's an atta Boy....

    I got an electric Ugly Stick for Christmas from my wife. It took me all of about 2 hours to put it together and get it ready for flight. Put a fresh battery in it and no engine power. I called Great...
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    Mine has a Saito 150 on it and is built as per...

    Mine has a Saito 150 on it and is built as per plans and manual. She flys like a trainer and has not shown any bad tendencies at all. It is a straight forward build. Good Luck, Dave
  24. You say that you are using a fuel that has Castor...

    You say that you are using a fuel that has Castor Oil in it for your 4 Cycle engine. I thought I read somewhere that Castor oil is not good for 4 cycles. I have been told that it will gum up the...
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    I have a Band Saw and a Scroll Saw that I use for...

    I have a Band Saw and a Scroll Saw that I use for cutting my parts out. I also have disc and belt sander as well. Good Luck, Dave
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