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  1. he will be there along with a few other voices in...

    he will be there along with a few other voices in Tommy's head. LOL
  2. Is that the Waaaambulance coming in the gate?

    Is that the Waaaambulance coming in the gate?
  3. That airplane has a wing cord of 11.25"....

    That airplane has a wing cord of 11.25". According to my math the CG at 33% would be 3.4". I had mine balanced at 3.75" and it flew just fine but did not have the charictaristic self climb as speed...
  4. Oh hell no! If I did that it may develop one of...

    Oh hell no! If I did that it may develop one of those P-40 double chins and fold a wing.
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    who said anything about tail heavy?

    who said anything about tail heavy?
  6. Yep, it's going to be a hot one. Good thing I...

    Yep, it's going to be a hot one. Good thing I have the coolest airplane out there. Hahaha
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    Not once did I refer to your airplanes as small...

    Not once did I refer to your airplanes as small or tiny or anything else to the effect. I was a little put off that you kept them under the wings of my airplane so they would be in shade. LOL
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    Very easily, we have migrated over to safety. I...

    Very easily, we have migrated over to safety. I myself have never seen first hand a 55 lb plus model airplane. I have seen many average size airplanes flown in an unsafe manner. More injuries can be...
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    Very rare that I have see that. The most common...

    Very rare that I have see that. The most common safety issue I see at the field is a lack of take off and landing skills coupled with poor airplane setup that has the airplane hitting the safety...
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    I agree but we all know that on a good day maybe...

    I agree but we all know that on a good day maybe half the guys at the field use rudder while in flight. For the other half its ground steering only.
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    While I am not particularly fond of Z bends...

    While I am not particularly fond of Z bends myself, they are the most reliable means of attaching the end of the pushrod to a servo. Zero parts to come loose and the pushrod must be angled close to...
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    Depends on the person, some take the advise as a...

    Depends on the person, some take the advise as a learning experience as when I point out an issue I always like to offer a solution as well. Some like to argue and tell me how many flights the...
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    I guess I'm having difficulty seeing what the...

    I guess I'm having difficulty seeing what the issue is here. Like Sensi I enjoy many facets of this hobby. I am by nature competitive so it stands to reason that my R/C flying is aimed at...
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    If the weight you are removing has little to no...

    If the weight you are removing has little to no effect then I would call that very nose heavy. Not that I am suggesting removing a bunch of weight. I would continue removing small amounts at a time....
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    While I agree that airworthiness inspections...

    While I agree that airworthiness inspections should be carried out the same regardless of who the builder is, they are effective in vastly reducing incidents. I have been appointed as an inspector in...
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    It reads as if you are asking/talking about IMAC...

    It reads as if you are asking/talking about IMAC capable airplanes.
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    It would depend on how hard it pulls to the...

    It would depend on how hard it pulls to the canopy on the inverted 45 degree upline. I like for it to take roughly 5-7 seconds for it to go from 45 degrees to level. I have found that any farther...
  18. It's been my experience that usually something...

    It's been my experience that usually something like this being caused by what I refer to as " interior RF " in other words there is something inside the airplane that is causing the problem. Being an...
  19. I'm going for sure. Looks like I will be making...

    I'm going for sure. Looks like I will be making the trip alone so if anyone wants to ride shotgun and split the cost of a room just let me know. Will be nice to have the Falcon and Kaos out at the...
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    If your CG and thrust angle is correct then yes...

    If your CG and thrust angle is correct then yes an incidence change would be the way to go. Both CG and thrust line will influence elevator trim too. Check those first.
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    You will want to run tests to verify your CG...

    You will want to run tests to verify your CG location and measure thrust line before adjusting the wing. I usually set up my airplanes with .5 positive incidence on the bench and have no noticeable...
  22. Penzoil outdoor is what it's called now. Good...

    Penzoil outdoor is what it's called now. Good stuff.
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    so you keep telling us........

    so you keep telling us........
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    Tommy is my P-38 flying crazy uncle. Well at...

    Tommy is my P-38 flying crazy uncle. Well at least he is old enough to be my uncle.
  25. No worries Jim, it seems the atmosphere over...

    No worries Jim, it seems the atmosphere over there is quite a bit different. It appears at least to me that when a new thread comes about that there is a particular group of guys that without any...
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