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    Hi, rltripacer. Some hints from an old PA-16...

    Hi, rltripacer. Some hints from an old PA-16 full scale guy, ultralight pilot and Multi engine Instrument Flight Instructor. R/C guy for 30 years plus and former UAV pilot. May be you know more...
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    Flycatch, I flew for Continental RPVs, Barstow,...

    Flycatch, I flew for Continental RPVs, Barstow, Ca., from late 1999 to Feb. 2003. You one of those guys? You know any of those guys? wallace.tharp
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    Fly Catch, makes sense. Ever watch Super Short...

    Fly Catch, makes sense. Ever watch Super Short field Take Off and landing videos taken in Alaska? Some guys in Full Scale aircraft like Super Cubs will hold the tail up level and hold the brakes...
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    Doug D, good info on all tail dragers, but the...

    Doug D, good info on all tail dragers, but the reason to raise the tail as soon as possible is to eliminate "P Factor," the downward blade of the prop pushing far more air than the upward blade...
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    Looks Great! Scoop is hardly notice scoop.. I...

    Looks Great! Scoop is hardly notice scoop.. I have a Top Flight 60 size F4U wih an electric set up & I left the tailwheel down and glued open the gear doors for air to go through. So far, no...
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    Chad invented good guy, and "Scale Modeling...

    Chad invented good guy, and "Scale Modeling Talent!" Hyflyer, what kind of gear are you using? wallace.tharp
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    Castle makes a really cool small regulator that...

    Castle makes a really cool small regulator that is adjustable. wallace.tharp
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    Nice! Do we get a flying vid? wallace.tharp

    Nice! Do we get a flying vid? wallace.tharp
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    ZROOSTER, If I talked to you it would have been...

    ZROOSTER, If I talked to you it would have been on the Barry Godwater Bombing Ranges near Luke AFB/ Gila Bend AFAF.I retired as an RCO a year ago Dec. We had C-17s doing some missions/tests flying...
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    ZROOSTER: cool, thanks for the service! I did 8...

    ZROOSTER: cool, thanks for the service! I did 8 years as an Air Traffic Controller, then 10 as a Range Control Officer at the Barry Goldwater Bombing Ranges on civilian contract. Loved every minute...
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    Zrooster, is that the Air Force Academy? ...

    Zrooster, is that the Air Force Academy? Engineering or pilot background? Most has been said about prop selection, but I would like to add, from "full scale experience." Flying Super Cubs in...
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    "Pie Chaser"

    Chad, how are you? Long time no see. I'm still flying at ARCS but we are looking at a high tention power line less than 200 feet from end of runway that will be up by Jan 1st 2015. We wonder if we...
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    Great airplane! There is a very use full scale...

    Great airplane! There is a very use full scale one as a 10 IP (Initial Bombing Point, 10 miles from the target.) for the run-in line on the Gila Bend Bombing ranges, just south of "Black Gap" ...
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    Major Pretty in "Cripes O Mighty?" a P-51D. ...

    Major Pretty in "Cripes O Mighty?" a P-51D. wallace.tharp
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    Wild stab....Chuck Yeager or Bob Hoover? I...

    Wild stab....Chuck Yeager or Bob Hoover? I believe they went to P-39 school together. Model would have probably been P-51 wallace.tharp
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    Ant Eater sounds close, but JU-635 had 2 booms? ...

    Ant Eater sounds close, but JU-635 had 2 booms? wallace.tharp
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    JonnyS: Just a guess, F7F Tigercat was about the...

    JonnyS: Just a guess, F7F Tigercat was about the last US piston twin devveloped for the military, although I'm doubting the ejection seat. wallace.tharp
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    Boom! Winner, winner, chicken dinner. The...

    Boom! Winner, winner, chicken dinner. The military O-2, Push pull slightly de-rated engines from Cessna. Also the Cessna 336, fixed gear and the 337 with trike retracts. I have been fortunate...
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    Good guess, but not correct Ernie P. clew 5) ...

    Good guess, but not correct Ernie P. clew 5) Used in Viet Nam. Given a nick-name of a kitchen appliance by some. wallace.tharp
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    clue 4) The aircraft was developed as an answer...

    clue 4) The aircraft was developed as an answer to too many pilots getting killed in multi-engine aircraft. wallace.tharp
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    clue 2) Has something in common with the P-38. ...

    clue 2) Has something in common with the P-38. What the hey, here's clue 3) Could be either fixed or retractable gear in the civilian version. wallace.tharp
  22. Yes, an ARF with flaps and mechanical retracts...

    Yes, an ARF with flaps and mechanical retracts and one of the best flying war birds ever ...landed like a dream. In O. D., the version flown by Major Domonic S.Gentile. A "B" model. Same as the...
  23. Last I heard, Sig was unable to cut a deal with...

    Last I heard, Sig was unable to cut a deal with the Chinese to run off a batch. Just hoping someone had one on the shelf from the originals. wallace.tharp
  24. Do U have a P-51B NIB, "New in the Box?" How...

    Do U have a P-51B NIB, "New in the Box?" How much? wallace.tharp
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    Here goes, "War bird, used in both civilian and...

    Here goes, "War bird, used in both civilian and military configurations." You could say it was an odd design. wallace.tharp
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