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    The phrase " Git - R - done" seems applicable. ...

    The phrase " Git - R - done" seems applicable.

    A British classic revived with just a touch of redneck.

    I have seen an 80% with a V8 before but never a 100% with a V12. Wonderful!
  2. 2171527 Yup working again for me.

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    Yup working again for me.
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    I would go with the crankcase leak as having been...

    I would go with the crankcase leak as having been the problem.
  4. Not heard anything back yet from the techs. ...

    Not heard anything back yet from the techs.

    FYI some people have found that they can copy and paste images into a post. I can not. It seems to depend on system and browser type.

    If you do copy...
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    This is an interesting question. When I think...

    This is an interesting question.

    When I think 'warbird' what comes into my mine is something with a high wing loading prone to tipstall and often marginal on power. Often they are fitted with...
  6. Test 2170472 Same here. I will report it to...

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    Same here. I will report it to the site techs.
  7. + 1 I have always set my iron this way being...

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    I have always set my iron this way being Scottish and too tight to buy a thermometer. My film squares were smaller too.
  8. Thread: enya 25 help

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    If it has a cast iron piston then those Enyas...

    If it has a cast iron piston then those Enyas often needed a lot of running in. It would be worth checking and replacing the conrod too if there was any wear at the end of the break in.
  9. If you are interested in flying in...

    If you are interested in flying in competitions/shows/displays some organizers now insist on 2.4.

    This can only increase IMHO.
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    While different flight patterns can be employed...

    While different flight patterns can be employed in dynamic soaring, the simplest example to explain the energy extraction mechanism is a closed loop across the boundary layer between two airmasses in...
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    For those not familiar with the crazy guys who...

    For those not familiar with the crazy guys who fly on the backside of hills in strong winds using unpowered gliders the current record stands at 505 mph set on the 22nd Nov 2014 at Weldon CA.

    I...
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    What servos?

    What servos?
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    The UK BMFA C TEST FOR AEROBATIC MODELS IS A...

    The UK BMFA C TEST FOR AEROBATIC MODELS IS A CRACKER.

    I regarded myself as a better than average pilot and had competed in aerobatic competitions with the full FAI schedule.

    I found the C...
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    Do you have a castering tail wheel. If yes either...

    Do you have a castering tail wheel. If yes either fix it or make it steerable by linking it to the rudder.

    A small amount of toe in on the main gear helps.

    Open the throttle gently with a...
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    There is a guy in the UK building units that use...

    There is a guy in the UK building units that use modern rf TX modules and standard receivers and servos that simulate the behavior of a reed set. http://www.singlechannel.co.uk/

    Here is the test...
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    I glued some 120 wet and dry strips round the...

    I glued some 120 wet and dry strips round the case where the clamps are.

    Worked for me.
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    Can we dial back the personal attacks please and...

    Can we dial back the personal attacks please and avoid thread drift.

    I had hoped not to have to intervene in this thread but anymore off topic attacks on individuals and the axe will come out.
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    I would go for the Magnum.70. Over the years I...

    I would go for the Magnum.70.

    Over the years I have seen quite a few and they have preformed well.

    Sound good when they burble past on a slow fly bye.
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    FlyOz you are replying to a 6 year old thread.

    FlyOz you are replying to a 6 year old thread.
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    The OMP Fusion is a really nice flying model....

    The OMP Fusion is a really nice flying model. Does the 3D stuff well but is also a smooth pattern model.

    Yup it is a profile.
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    It is a good idea to replace the piece of...

    It is a good idea to replace the piece of flexible fuel tubing inside the tank. If the rest of the tubing is stiff replace it as well.
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    Tape is fine. UV resistant clear is preferred but...

    Tape is fine. UV resistant clear is preferred but brown packing tape will 'git her done'.

    Duct tape makes you a redneck for sure of course.

    Clean off the area around the hole with soapy water [...
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    I would avoid the use of any solvent based...

    I would avoid the use of any solvent based cleaners eg rubbing alcohol to begin with. These can have a catastrophic effect.

    Hot water and a small amount of dish detergent is what i would use to...
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    I found using small foam rollers worked for me....

    I found using small foam rollers worked for me. Easier than faffing around with peel ply especially on compound curves although I do use peel ply on large flat surfaces

    Be very aware of the...
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    Re the props yes the 11x 4 is the way to go. Grey...

    Re the props yes the 11x 4 is the way to go. Grey Graupner props are the most resistant to damage but Masters are almost as good. Avoid APC props as they are brittle.

    I would not be surprised to...
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