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    Header/flexible tubing source?

    Anybody know of a source for some flexible stainless tubing/pipe for a custom exhaust system I 'm fabricating for my 66cc saw motor? Needs to be roughly 24mm or about 7/8" to 1" outside diameter. Any...
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    Finally!

    Well, it 's been 7 years since I started this thread and I finally got around to building my little motorbike. I got to tell you, it's a blast to ride I and I get some dumb founded looks cruising...
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    You could be right about the pots. Strange thing...

    You could be right about the pots. Strange thing is when I install new gears they do OK for awhile then the twitching begins again. They are older but the same age as my Hitecs that have never had...
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    JR 8411 servos/ problems

    Well I'm finally putting all my JR 8411 servos to rest for good. Tired of changing out gears every year, tired of the jitters they have a reputation for and tired of wondering when and if they will...
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    mstcitabria, Beautiful paint/color scheme. Looks...

    mstcitabria, Beautiful paint/color scheme. Looks familiar! I moved my dual elevator servos to mid cabin position and used long carbon fiber pushrods to reach the elevator halves. This let me remove...
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    Just saw this thread and not sure if we are...

    Just saw this thread and not sure if we are talking about the same thing but on my new 76-1 carb with spring loaded choke all I do is manually close choke plate with a small wire extension out of...
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    I put a brand new plug in last week coinciding...

    I put a brand new plug in last week coinciding with the oil change and decarbonization. I pulled the plug after all the problems to check the color and still looked brand new. In fact it looked...
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    Chain of events leading to problem. Engine had...

    Chain of events leading to problem. Engine had been running fantastic and my normal 2 stroke oil (Penzoil aircooled) is now hard to find in this area so I just switched over to Stihl XP Ultra...
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    Hey guys, I've got an overheating problem with...

    Hey guys, I've got an overheating problem with one of my Brison 3.2 engines and suspect it's a bearing issue from a previous crash. Truck racer and CapnJohn suggest the use of a drill press or 4 inch...
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    2 years later after being problem free the trusty...

    2 years later after being problem free the trusty old Brison overheated several times yesterday. No amount of needle tweaking, carb screen cleaning solved sagging rpm and several deadstick landings....
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    Considering a Dynaflite Bird of Time sailplane. I...

    Considering a Dynaflite Bird of Time sailplane. I had so much fun this summer with my Airtronics Olympic II with a little OS .15 for power. I'm thinking this combo would be cool as well and the kits...
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    Olympic II+power conversion=FUN

    Just finished building this old Airtronics Olympic II glider kit that I found and powered it with a vintage OS fp .15 to get me to a quick searchable altitude. I'm having a blast with it. Cheap...
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    RE: Sad day for gas engines - Pe Rievers

    [&o][&o][&o]
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    Total Stupidity

    When stupid attacks! http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=ac0_1372350076
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    RE: Brison 4.2 chipped cylinder head

    If you still have the chipped off pieces you can glue them back on with JB Weld. I have a Brison 3.2 that had a good size piece about the size of a quarter that broke off the top fin in a shipping...
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    RE: What airframe for OS.20 4-stroke

    I'm not looking for a 3d plane now for the little .20 Just something simple and "Cub" like at this point. Not going to try to hover or torque roll it it. I've got several other models for that...
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    RE: What airframe for OS.20 4-stroke

    I've got an old Flyline Great Lakes Trainer biplane that I built back in the 70s that has never been flown, Original plans called for a .15 to .25 engine and was debating on whether the little .20 4...
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    RE: What airframe for OS.20 4-stroke

    What do think about this airframe?? http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__17417__Decathlon_EP_48_9_inch_ARF_USA_Warehouse_.html
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    RE: What airframe for OS.20 4-stroke

    David, I think you're right about the highly aerobatic/3-D thing with the OS.20. Just not going to happen. Your Taylorcraft project looks interesting and maybe a Decathlon or similar airframe. I may...
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    What airframe for OS.20 4-stroke

    I just aquired an old OS .20 4 stroke engine that runs fantastic. Any ideas/suggestions what electric airframe would be a good candidate for converting from electric power to this little .20 4-stroke...
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    What plane for a OS.20 four stroke

    I just aquired an old OS .20 4 stroke engine that runs fantastic. Any ideas/suggestions what electric airframe would be a good candidate for converting from electric power to this little .20 4-stroke...
  22. Thread: Viton Rules!

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    RE: Viton Rules!

    Be careful of those side street purchases. You may find yourself starring in one of those "Cops" TV shows!:D
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    RE: Viton Rules!

    Edwin, are you sure that blue stuff wasn't Aerotrend? The Viton I see and use is solid black.
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    RE: Viton Rules!

    I just had to replace what I believe to be polyurethene tubing ( purchased at the local lawn and garden power tools center). I bought it as a direct replacement for my Craftsman string trimmer tank...
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    Viton Rules!

    In doing my standard seasonal fuel tank plumbing checks I was pleasantly surprised to see that my Viton tubing fuel tank clunk lines are still in fantastic shape for the the 4th consecutive year.....
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