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    North American B-45 Tornado?

    North American B-45 Tornado?
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    Fairey Battle?

    Fairey Battle?
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    If you can open the main needle 4 turns and it...

    If you can open the main needle 4 turns and it doesn't die rich then you may have a restriction in the fuel system somewhere that causes the problem. It also sounds like it could be overheating or...
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    John Freeborn. ...

    John Freeborn.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Freeborn

    Ernie, may I please ask you to present the next question? I'm stuck this week preparing for a big trip next week and I won't have time...
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    Erie, I think you got it first, so please go...

    Erie,

    I think you got it first, so please go ahead and take the floor. I yield to the boss!
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    Nc59188?

    Nc59188?
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    RCKen, You have it, sir. Well done! Over to...

    RCKen,

    You have it, sir. Well done! Over to you. :)
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    Not the Amiot, no. 1. Almost 200 were built,...

    Not the Amiot, no.

    1. Almost 200 were built, but only one example had retractable landing gear.

    2. Twin engine monoplane.

    3. Designed for reconnaissance but could carry bombs for...
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    1. Almost 200 were built, but only one example...

    1. Almost 200 were built, but only one example had retractable landing gear.

    2. Twin engine monoplane.

    3. Designed for reconnaissance but could carry bombs for anti-submarine attacks.
    ...
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    1. Almost 200 were built, but only one example...

    1. Almost 200 were built, but only one example had retractable landing gear.

    2. Twin engine monoplane.

    3. Designed for reconnaissance but could carry bombs for anti-submarine attacks.
    ...
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    Well foo. I didn't expect to win that one. OK,...

    Well foo. I didn't expect to win that one. OK, let's try a new one:

    1. Almost 200 were built, but only one example had retractable landing gear.

    2. Twin engine monoplane.

    4. Designed for...
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    IFF Transmitter/receiver?

    Sir, If the IFF Transmitter/Receiver" is "a common device; smaller than a breadbox; found around the home" then you live in a TOUGH neighbourhood! :)
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    Cavity magnetron?

    Cavity magnetron?
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    Awesome Ernie, you've done it again! You're...

    Awesome Ernie, you've done it again!

    You're up!!.
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    Not the B-25G, no. 1. It was a fighter...

    Not the B-25G, no.

    1. It was a fighter developed from a heavy bomber.
    2. The "Day Fighter" version had an unusual armament.
    3. The "Day Fighter" version armament was a 75mm gun.
    4. Twin...
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    1. It was a fighter developed from a heavy...

    1. It was a fighter developed from a heavy bomber.
    2. The "Day Fighter" version had an unusual armament.
    3. The "Day Fighter" version armament was a 75mm gun.
    4. Twin engines.
    5. It...
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    Good guess, but no. The Ju88 was never classified...

    Good guess, but no. The Ju88 was never classified as a heavy bomber.
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    1. It was a fighter developed from a heavy...

    1. It was a fighter developed from a heavy bomber.
    2. The "Day Fighter" version had an unusual armament.
    3. The "Day Fighter" version armament was a 75mm gun.
    4. Twin engines.
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    :) That was a hard one. Well done! OK, here...

    :) That was a hard one. Well done!

    OK, here goes.

    1. It was a fighter developed from a heavy bomber.
    2. The "Day Fighter" version had an unusual armament.
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    Handley Page Harrow?

    Handley Page Harrow?
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    That could be a barrage balloon. :)

    That could be a barrage balloon. :)
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    And that's it! Redback, you're up. :) ...

    And that's it! Redback, you're up. :)

    Apparently the SLAM would have been an early form of cruise missile. It would have been about the size of a locomotive, powered by a fission reactor ramjet,...
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    1. It was never actually built, but there were...

    1. It was never actually built, but there were engine tests performed relatively successfully.
    2. It would have been BIG, FAST and LOUD, and the engine controls would have been pneumatic.
    3. It...
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    No, but good guess. 1. It was never actually...

    No, but good guess.


    1. It was never actually built, but there were engine tests performed relatively successfully.
    2. It would have been BIG, FAST and LOUD, and the engine controls would have...
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    Thanks!! OK, here's a weird one. 1. It was...

    Thanks!!

    OK, here's a weird one.

    1. It was never actually built, but there were engine tests performed relatively successfully.
    2. It would have been BIG, FAST and LOUD, and the engine...
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