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    These are recognition lights. See the link for...

    These are recognition lights. See the link for some discussion of their use.
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    This coming Monday Jerry, August the first. ...

    This coming Monday Jerry, August the first. Should be in the hospital two or three days and then a month or so of recovery if all goes well. With any luck I will be back in full operating condition...
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    Hi Prekin, I don't know if it has ever been...

    Hi Prekin,

    I don't know if it has ever been determined with certainty just exactly what colors of blue were used on the 63rd FS P-47M aircraft. They were all delivered in natural metal and were...
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    Looks to me like they took much of their...

    Looks to me like they took much of their inspiration from the CMP P-40! :)

    http://site.hobbypartz.com/pimages/Gas_P40E_140/700/Gas_P40E_140-1.jpg
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    Better change that to "2016" Steve! :)

    Better change that to "2016" Steve! :)
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    Eight years later?

    Eight years later?
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    The Naval Aviation Museum has a Hellcat cockpit...

    The Naval Aviation Museum has a Hellcat cockpit panorama that is outstanding. Go to the link below and then scroll down to "Cockpit Panoramas" and then choose the Hellcat. This is a -3 version but...
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    I can supply the rear view mirror in any scale...

    I can supply the rear view mirror in any scale you need Prekin. I had some cannons 3d printed in 1/4 scale as well but the cost on them is pretty steep. Will you cast yours? If so, do you plan to...
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    From the looks of it I would say you have a good...

    From the looks of it I would say you have a good airplane on your hands but just need a few minor "tweaks" to get it going. I have flown half a dozen Top Flite .60 size Corsairs with everything from...
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    Send me an email at cwveich@cwvmodels.com Bill,...

    Send me an email at cwveich@cwvmodels.com Bill, pretty sure I can help you out.
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    I've said it before but I will say it again, I...

    I've said it before but I will say it again, I don't understand the current demand for the Royal / Marutaka kits and the exorbitant prices that are the result of it. The kits were not considered...
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    I simply stack all the ribs, rotate the tip rib...

    I simply stack all the ribs, rotate the tip rib however many degrees of wash out that I want, connect the root and tip rib trailing edges with a line, and then rotate each of the intermediate ribs...
  13. As with most things you need only to "follow the...

    As with most things you need only to "follow the money".
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    It may be a moot point now Alex but I would be...

    It may be a moot point now Alex but I would be happy to provide an explanation of the method I use in CAD to figure out how much each rib along the span of the wing needs to be rotated in order to...
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    Either I don't understand how wash out functions...

    Either I don't understand how wash out functions or you don't.
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    The trailing edge will have a greater amount of...

    The trailing edge will have a greater amount of dihedral but it is not directly related to how many degrees of wash out you have. The degrees of wash out is based upon the difference in angle...
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    You are correct, you will need a vector format...

    You are correct, you will need a vector format file in order to laser cut the parts. That means scanning the plans and importing the raster file into whatever software you are using and then tracing...
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    Looks like it may have been a tough weekend for...

    Looks like it may have been a tough weekend for Jugs!
  19. Looks like an RCM plans "Whimpy". See link below...

    Looks like an RCM plans "Whimpy". See link below and scroll down to post #388.

    http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2354459&page=26
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    Consider working in a couple of degrees of...

    Consider working in a couple of degrees of wash-out Greg. The Royal FW-190 has a reputation for being a bit snappy.
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    A noble project and certainly worth pursuing if...

    A noble project and certainly worth pursuing if it is something that interests you. However, as noted above, you are reinventing the wheel as CompuFoil is already available to do the work being...
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    If you are interested in lofting the intermediate...

    If you are interested in lofting the intermediate ribs of a wing with different root and tip airfoils it is not hard to do. Yes, a lofting program can do it for you in seconds and a CAD program can...
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    Well for $15 we can give it a try as is. I think...

    Well for $15 we can give it a try as is. I think it will be fine but, if not, you're not out too much money. Even if the very thin walls were to break out I don't think it would be an issue. ...
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    Please double check my dimensions to be sure...

    Please double check my dimensions to be sure everything is correct WhiteRook. If you have the means to increase the hole diameter in the backplate to at least 1/2" that might be one change that I...
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    Cost with shipping would be about $15 from...

    Cost with shipping would be about $15 from Shapeways if you have it printed in nylon which I think would be plenty strong. If you give me the dimensions I can add the holes for the two locating pins...
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