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    Mines held up in the hangar for awhile. One of...

    Mines held up in the hangar for awhile. One of my 615's cracked and I'm in no mood to put more money into them. Have other projects that requires funding. In the meantime, thinking of putting the...
  2. Kudos on another Forbes article written for the...

    Kudos on another Forbes article written for the support of our interests.
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    Good question, I would like to hear Mr. Cain's...

    Good question, I would like to hear Mr. Cain's expert interpretation to this as well, since two of our local RC airparks are on airport property. Up until Monday, 6/23, we were able to fly under our...
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    Interesting and neat SPAD Draftman1.

    Interesting and neat SPAD Draftman1.
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    The 1.20 is pretty heavy with way more torque...

    The 1.20 is pretty heavy with way more torque than what the .60 US was designed for. We also had problems with ground clearance due to the large prop the 1.20 requires. The .65AX with tuned pipe...
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    Ken, I also have started using these same...

    Ken,

    I also have started using these same tools from ACE tool bins and have had very good results. They work equal to if not better then my Craftsman.
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    I have a .60 P-51 in the hangar and just...

    I have a .60 P-51 in the hangar and just finishing engine testing on a .60 Corsair.
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    I'm happy to find a screwdriver. They seem to...

    I'm happy to find a screwdriver. They seem to disappear to the same void were my socks and toenail clippers end up.
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    I few I have been flying a lot are : Canadian...

    I few I have been flying a lot are :

    Canadian Arrow on D
    Big Bertha on B
    Storm Caster on D
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    Nice looking BTW. I just finished its little...

    Nice looking BTW. I just finished its little cousin and like yours, it is a little on the chunky side due to glass and a bunch of scale details. Just make sure it is BALANCED!
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    Look at using two old transformers or ballasts. ...

    Look at using two old transformers or ballasts. Dimensionally they seem to fit and have holes already in them to mount to the firewall.
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    I need to stand corrected, there are no Rx Tx...

    I need to stand corrected, there are no Rx Tx guidance controls, only Tx is usually telemetry data.
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    Another way of looking at the ARF is to see it...

    Another way of looking at the ARF is to see it like a performance car. Some will buy a new car, strip it down, and then rebuild it to their liking. Many of us see ARFs that way. CARF models are...
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    The only one I could remember on the consumer...

    The only one I could remember on the consumer market was a rocket glider by Estes. There are also a number of high power space shuttle kits that have come and gone. High Power models usually have...
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    My other hobby is model ship building, so I was...

    My other hobby is model ship building, so I was thinking of when the British would capture one of our ships, they would "take the lines" off and draft a record of each frame and timber to see how it...
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    Another benefit with kits was that you had the...

    Another benefit with kits was that you had the plans:D From your comment, I guess one could buy a second arf or a set of wings and fuselage to tear down and loft the lines into a set of templates to...
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    Their business model works for them, and that is...

    Their business model works for them, and that is great, however, it doesn't meet my time frame to purchase a product.

    I really like the new 30cc Spitfire, but am really hesitant to plunk down...
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    I have to say I like their quality, subjects, and...

    I have to say I like their quality, subjects, and service, but I too do not, or should I say cannot, buy their products because they just do not leave them on the market very long.
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    Great to hear the results of the .65AX. I am...

    Great to hear the results of the .65AX. I am planning the start breaking mine in over the next week on the test stand and should have it ready when the plane is done. 15% Cool power is the fuel I...
  20. AMA needs to drop the discount crap. Everyone...

    AMA needs to drop the discount crap. Everyone pays the same regardless of age, sex, sexual preference, orientation, color, national origin, or political affiliation. I quit clubs because they would...
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    I just started mine and plan on using the tips in...

    I just started mine and plan on using the tips in this thread and Tony's. Sounds like I'm going to have a great flying plane. I do not plan to use retracts but will plan on a pipe added to the...
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    You got me thinking of trying a .60 electric. ...

    You got me thinking of trying a .60 electric.

    In regards to the 1000, with the push for big planes, it is surprising GP wouldn't look at another production run of the 1000. I don't neither the...
  23. I picked up a few starter kits and a bunch of...

    I picked up a few starter kits and a bunch of motors with Hobby Lobby was clearing them out. You are right, I can go into the back yard and launch a few without anyone noticing. The plastic models...
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    Just to let the Brotherhood known that I lost one...

    Just to let the Brotherhood known that I lost one of my two Ultrasports back in December when the aileron servo froze up during a knife edge. She was a total loss. Had her since 1997 and was a...
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    Yes Tony, am well aware of your work over on...

    Yes Tony, am well aware of your work over on RCG;)
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