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    Sounds like you have all your bases covered...

    Sounds like you have all your bases covered Robert, relax and enjoy the visual stimulation that will come spraying, seeing all the fruits of your labor presenting themselves in a mirror like sheen...
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    Today's update: All of the hard points were...

    Today's update: All of the hard points were installed in both ailerons. I always like to use hard points under any fasteners that otherwise would crush the balsa. 1/2" birch dowels were used for...
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    Leroy, I have seen the pics of your Mustang...

    Leroy, I have seen the pics of your Mustang before, but they were worth seeing for the second time. That is the best Mustang I've seen in a long time, you did an outstanding job!
    You have a keen...
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    Robert, I don't use any type of tape, its not...

    Robert, I don't use any type of tape, its not needed. Just be sure to leave some space between the servo and the bracket and you won't have to worry about vibration. This is a case where tighter...
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    Leroy thank you for those kind words, it means a...

    Leroy thank you for those kind words, it means a lot to me. :o I'm glad that some of this info is useful, I always love it when I find new ways of doing things from others...
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    Thought some of you may be interested in how I...

    Thought some of you may be interested in how I mounted the servos for the ailerons. Made the brackets out of some 1" aluminum angle stock purchased from the local hardware store. Very strong and...
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    Came out pretty nice if you ask me...can't wait...

    Came out pretty nice if you ask me...can't wait for a flight report Leroy!
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    Kevin, wings are just out of view. Have been...

    Kevin, wings are just out of view. Have been working on them, prepairing them for covering. Currently making some aluminum servo holders and getting the hard points installed in the ailerons.
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    A lot of thought went into this Kevin, nice...

    A lot of thought went into this Kevin, nice work...
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    Looks super Robert. :cool:

    Looks super Robert. :cool:
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    Congratulations Jaybird! That's why fuel...

    Congratulations Jaybird! That's why fuel proofing the inside tank area is so important, once the balsa gets soaked you've ruined your model...I bet it looked great in the air. :cool:
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    Nice work Robert, pinked edge came out perfect.

    Nice work Robert, pinked edge came out perfect.
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    Time to sort out where all the electronics are...

    Time to sort out where all the electronics are going...
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    I agree 100% Robert. Too many set-up I see don't...

    I agree 100% Robert. Too many set-up I see don't use the full range of the servo...not good.
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    Great room to paint in Robert! Good luck with...

    Great room to paint in Robert! Good luck with the paint, we are all anxious to see the results.:)
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    Jim, I've never had to move my control horn...

    Jim, I've never had to move my control horn lengths around after I set them up in the shop.

    After centering the servo, I select what I think will be the right length servo arm, then I duplicate...
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    Thanks Robert and Kevin. I'm going to power it...

    Thanks Robert and Kevin.

    I'm going to power it by plugging it into a spare auxiliary channel which provides power to the CDI ignition module, allowing control of ignition power to the engine the...
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    A glued canopy may look nicer over one that's...

    A glued canopy may look nicer over one that's fastened into place, but when the time comes to have to replace one that's damaged I'll take the one that's screwed in place!

    Paid attention to some...
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    +1

    +1
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    Great job Robert, I smell paint (again)!

    Great job Robert, I smell paint (again)!
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    That's pretty slick Gary, I ran all of my servo...

    That's pretty slick Gary, I ran all of my servo (tail) wires through a rocket tube that I had installed earlier in the build. Can't wait to see your new plane!
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    Very interesting Robert, I'll have to try that...

    Very interesting Robert, I'll have to try that out some time! That's a great Fun Fly plane...

    Finished up epoxying the rudder hinges in place. You can now see how I accomplished the task of...
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    No, you'll have to explain that one to me Robert....

    No, you'll have to explain that one to me Robert. I've used Windex when applying graphics, but haven't heard of using it for covering... :confused:
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    The reason for putting the removable wire through...

    The reason for putting the removable wire through the hinges is to replace a damaged rudder either from transport or from flying. Makes changing out the rudder a snap!

    Kevin, on the rudder I...
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    Sorry for the photos being out of order! :eek:

    Sorry for the photos being out of order! :eek:
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