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    Plans call for 0 degrees offset down and right.

    Plans call for 0 degrees offset down and right.
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    For the Tiger 40, with one panel flat on the...

    For the Tiger 40, with one panel flat on the bench the raised panel should be 1 3/4" up from the bench, or if you like 7/8" each panel. This would be to the bottom of the tip rib at the spar...
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    Add me to this group. I have built and flown over...

    Add me to this group. I have built and flown over the years, 2 Kougars, a Hog Bipe, An Astro Hog, a clipped wing Cub, and a 4 Star 40. Every one was great to build and a blast to fly. The Kougars are...
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    RE: Sport T-34

    I think that you will find what you are looking for in Model Airplane News March 1985. They did a Field and Bench review in that issue of the Ace R/C T-34 Mentor.
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    RE: Magzine wantede

    Model Airplane News, March 1985 Issue did a Field and Bench review on the Ace R/C T-34 Mentor. You may have some luck finding an old issue on Ebay.
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    RE: Plans for Dynaflight Mustang 40 Kit

    I was able to get a set of plans from Dynaflite. Anyone looking for Plans for some of the old kits can contact them. They were very good to deal with.
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    RE: Plans for Dynaflight Mustang 40 Kit

    Thanks for your offer, but I think that I have a line on the 40 size plans. I'm waiting to hear from a fellow club member. If that falls through I may get back to you. In any case, I appreciate your...
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    Plans for Dynaflight Mustang 40 Kit

    I wish to purchase a set of kit plans for the Dynaflight Mustang 40 size. I have the kit, but no plans. If anyone can help I would be very thankful. Kits without plans are almost impossible to build...
  9. RE: PLEASE HELP ME IDENTIFY THIS TWIN ACFT

    It looks a lot like a Robinhood 25 that has been bashed into a twin. A fellow club member had one with a Magnum 30 FS on it and it flew very well.
  10. RE: Can you recommend a good entry level twin kit?

    Hobby Hanger has a sport scale twin OV-10 Bronco for .25 size engines. If you extend the wings as shown on the plans, the wing loading comes down and it flys very well. Mine is being recovered this...
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    RE: K&B .28 Sportster

    I have owned three K&B Sportsters over the years, and I have been very pleased with them. Two were 28's and one was a 20. They do take a while to break in, but the more you run them the stronger they...
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    RE: Curtis Jenny plans?

    Flying Models Magazine sells plans for a sport scale Curtiss Jenny. Plan # CD 024 Wing span is 72" and uses a mid size fourstroke engine.
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    RE: plans for dave roblen's pronto

    The plans are listed in Model Airplane News as Plan No. FSP08772. A great little 3 channel flyer.
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    RE: Another Tiger 60 Question

    Why not run a 1/4 x 1/8 inch balsa strip from front to back in the middle of the cutout. That will give a solid base for the seam and will weigh next to nothing.
  15. RE: Super Tigre GS45 Problem: Can't Keep Muffer On!

    I agree with Major. I've run Supertigres for many years with Loctite Permatex High temp RTV Silicone Gasket Maker and I have yet to see one that has come loose . Do not use the supplied gasket.
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    RE: saito fa62a

    Baised on what I have read on RC Universe, it it is a very good engine. Some test results were posted in the Tachometer Reading Forum and the comments were very favorable. You might want to check it...
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    RE: First Build - help me pick the kit

    Hobby Hanger has two WW1 Sport Scale kits for .40 to .60 four strokes that sell for under $100.00. They are an SE 5A and a Fokker D VII. They are builders kits, but they are great flyers.
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    RE: First Build - help me pick the kit

    Hobby Hanger has two WW1 Sport Scale kits for .40 to .60 four strokes that sell for under $100.00. They are an SE 5A and a Fokker D VII. They are builders kits, but they are great flyers.
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    RE: From the 60's - What was your 1st plane ?

    I flew control line from "48" until "57", then I was invited by Uncle Sam to go into the service. "Remember the draft"? Got out of the service and went back to college, got married, and finally got...
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    RE: Super Sportster twin...

    The two 25 FX's will be more than ample. Mine flew just fine with 25 FX's. I flew it for two years before I sold it in a weak moment. I may have to build another one. It's a winner.
  21. RE: Michigan Hobby Hanger Miss Vintage Plans

    Miss Vintage was first published in RCM as a construction article many years ago. I beleive that you can still get plans from RCM. The plan # was 644. Good luck. A fellow club member had one many...
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    RE: Sig Hog Bipe Climbs

    I suggest that you also check your engine thrust line. It's possible a few degrees of engine downthrust may help solve the problem.
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    RE: Looking for plans

    Don't you just love the prices of the kits from yesteryear. $9.95 was a weeks rent in the late 40's. It took me about 4 weeks of cutting lawns before I had enough money to buy an O&R .23 at my local...
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    RE: A-6 INTRUDER QUESTIONS

    The Intruder was a Jim Kirkland design from the late Sixtys or early Seventys. I remember that Model Airplane News had a Construction article in the early Seventys. I believe that Jim won the Nats...
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    RE: Changing Scale of Plans

    If you have access to past issues of Model Magazines with Bipe plans in them, you can get a general idea of wood sizes and construction techniques. Maybe some of your flying buddies can help with the...
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