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    Welcome to one of the most exclusive clubs on...

    Welcome to one of the most exclusive clubs on RCU...the Dewoitine Club. It's good to have a warbird other than the usual P-51 or Spitfire plus you get a great flying plane. Do you have unlimited...
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    Got it, thanks!

    Got it, thanks!
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    It printed out nicely, thanks for taking the...

    It printed out nicely, thanks for taking the trouble.
    What is the wing span of that beauty? What do you have mounted in the nose for power? I'm not surprised that it flew well. I can't stop flying...
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    I remember the old Nosen kits. They were...

    I remember the old Nosen kits. They were inexpensive and were powered by a geared .60. Did anyone ever see one fly on a .60?
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    If you have it, I would love to read the original...

    If you have it, I would love to read the original article, I only had the plan. What became of the original Dewoitine? How many construction articles would you guess you did over the years? Have you...
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    20980052098006Here is my completed D-520. I have...

    20980052098006Here is my completed D-520. I have 4 flights with it. It only required slight trim adjustments. It is a smooth flier and is surprisingly fast with the K&B turning an 11x8 prop on 15%...
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    I won the HK warehouse east lottery. I ordered...

    I won the HK warehouse east lottery. I ordered servos, ESC, etc. They packed the parts loose in the bottom of the box and didn't tape the box well. Some of the stuff was lost in transit. That is when...
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    That looks like a loading bench in the back round.

    That looks like a loading bench in the back round.
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    It sounds like it's a keeper and it doesn't use...

    It sounds like it's a keeper and it doesn't use expensive glow fuel. I hope my test flight is as uneventful.
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    It's Tamiya paint thinned 1 to 1 and air brushed....

    It's Tamiya paint thinned 1 to 1 and air brushed. This is the first time I have used Tamiya. It's good paint that covers well and comes in many useful colors. I just wish it came in larger...
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    I like it, it has good detail. I didn't know they...

    I like it, it has good detail. I didn't know they were that large. If it turns out to have a high speed stall you could add nose weight or reduce elevator throw and use more expo. Here are some pics...
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    I've never built an Old Timer but I own a...

    I've never built an Old Timer but I own a Powerhouse that I bought at an auction. Some master modeler did a nice job on it. The structure of those old jobs is something to behold.
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    I saw that after the fact. I think it is...

    I saw that after the fact. I think it is discontinued.
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    I'm working on it every day to have it ready for...

    I'm working on it every day to have it ready for the upcoming flying season. It has a semi-symmetrical airfoil so it should be a stable flier. I am wondering if anyone has knowledge of where the Dan...
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    Rare WW2 Fighter

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    Here is one you don't see very often. It is a WW2 French fighter named the Dewoitine D520, known as the French Spitfire. It faired well against the German fighters but there were only...
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    With the rear carb 4 cycles always need to be set...

    With the rear carb 4 cycles always need to be set back. Not only because they are longer but because you need room for the throttle linkage.
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    I just looked at the plan on Outerzone the fus....

    I just looked at the plan on Outerzone the fus. is narrower at F! than F2.
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    Did you look at the fus. bottom view as I...

    Did you look at the fus. bottom view as I suggested? Do the fus. sides narrow toward the nose? You want to build this great plane to the plans, right?
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    I am guessing that the firewall for the 4 cycle...

    I am guessing that the firewall for the 4 cycle is wider because it is set farther back. The width of the 2 cycle firewall probably needs to be cut down slightly. I think the fus front is tapered so...
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    How is the bellcrank mounted on your wing?

    How is the bellcrank mounted on your wing?
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    Sounds reasonable. Thanks

    Sounds reasonable. Thanks
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    Okay so I can mount the bellcrank and the leadout...

    Okay so I can mount the bellcrank and the leadout under the wing? That's my preferred method.
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    Foam Wing Ringmaster?

    2056628I cut out and sheeted a pair of Ringmaster foam wings. They turned out well. Does the bellcrank have to be mounted inside the wing? I can do it but don't want to if I don't have to. What...
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    Tim, I'm glad your well. I know someone who has...

    Tim, I'm glad your well. I know someone who has been a brain cancer survivor for 10 years. Happy modeling.
    Milt
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    I have another question. I'm not going to do it...

    I have another question. I'm not going to do it but was the rear pressure fitting supposed to be drilled out?
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