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    If you go back to post 53 you will see he was...

    If you go back to post 53 you will see he was trying to help you, then you decided to be a turd again and pee'd him off.

    So how much more turd attitude do you think is acceptable and still expect...
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    Ouch, that sucks. What a shame you had only...

    Ouch, that sucks.
    What a shame you had only finished it recently hadn't you?
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    GD, the horns that come with the kit are OK(the...

    GD, the horns that come with the kit are OK(the black ones with the three mounting points), you just need to replace the links/rods and clevice's
    I would use a ball link on one end (with the...
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    Use a pin driver and a combination square to keep...

    Use a pin driver and a combination square to keep the alignment, still tricky though.
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    Due to your "colourful attitude" I probably...

    Due to your "colourful attitude" I probably shouldn't be helping you any further, but I will, (for others safety).
    You have been given advice twice from owners of GS World Models planes that you...
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    OMG you really are a F'wit

    OMG you really are a F'wit
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    Awesome picture WinterHawke, you just have to...

    Awesome picture WinterHawke, you just have to love the Pup.
    Great to see so many BUSA planes in one shot!
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    GD you really need to read what people are saying...

    GD you really need to read what people are saying when they are trying to help you!
    Post#2 I told you there were circular cut outs close to the wing root. (which you later found)
    Post #4 Invermast...
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    Sheesh, why did I even bother posting that

    Sheesh, why did I even bother posting that
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    Yeah like invermast said, the covering will be...

    Yeah like invermast said, the covering will be hiding the hole but if it's like the GS Stang it should be there. Feel around for it.
    Here is a pic of my wing, it's a different model but WM build...
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    I have the GS Mustang which is similar. The stang...

    I have the GS Mustang which is similar. The stang had circular cutouts close to the wing root where the servo wires are intended to exit from. you can probably see them if looking into the wing root.
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    Lancaster?

    Lancaster?
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    P-39?

    P-39?
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    http://shop.balsausa.com/product_p/419.htm ...

    http://shop.balsausa.com/product_p/419.htm

    Eindecker 40
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    Beechcraft model 18?

    Beechcraft model 18?
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    Pt 19?

    Pt 19?
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    I don't think you would do one this obvious, but...

    I don't think you would do one this obvious, but the Hurricane never was recognised for the great airframe it was.
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    Ernie P, you have it mate! I thought clue 5 would...

    Ernie P, you have it mate! I thought clue 5 would give it away.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henschel_Hs_129

    That's going to be my next build actually.
    Your turn Ernie.
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    Still no guesses? Here is another clue. What...

    Still no guesses? Here is another clue.

    What warbird do I describe?
    1. Operated during WW2
    2. Twin engine
    3. A specific task was in mind when it was designed.
    4. Operated by three air forces...
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    What warbird do I describe? 1. Operated during...

    What warbird do I describe?
    1. Operated during WW2
    2. Twin engine
    3. A specific task was in mind when it was designed.
    4. Operated by three air forces
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    Thanks Johnny. What warbird do I describe?...

    Thanks Johnny.

    What warbird do I describe?
    Operated during WW2
    Twin engine
    A specific task was in mind when it was designed.
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    ME 328? http://www.456fis.org/ME-328.htm

    ME 328?

    http://www.456fis.org/ME-328.htm
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    Bingo Top_Gunn !! Your turn now. ...

    Bingo Top_Gunn !! Your turn now.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackburn_Twin_Blackburn
    http://www.aviastar.org/air/england/blackburn_tb.php
    http://flyingmachines.ru/Site2/Crafts/Craft25618.htm
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    What warbird do I describe? 1.Biplane with...

    What warbird do I describe?

    1.Biplane with unequal span wings
    2. Twin engine
    3. Developed to counter a specific threat
    4. Three different engines were tested, the last being 110hp
    5. There...
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    What warbird do I describe? 1.Biplane with...

    What warbird do I describe?

    1.Biplane with unequal span wings
    2. Twin engine
    3. Developed to counter a specific threat
    4. Three different engines were tested, the last being 110hp
    5. There...
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