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Old 05-23-2009, 07:10 AM
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Anyone flying either of the Aerocraft's Gemini twins - 25 or 40 size? aerocrafts.net/page5.htmlLooks interesting but limited photos.

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Old 05-24-2009, 05:41 AM
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                      I have a gemini 40 twin on order with aerocraft , also would like to hear from anyone who



                is flying one of these    

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Old 05-24-2009, 08:21 AM
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What a great looking model! Be interesting to know more about this Twin.

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Old 05-26-2009, 06:45 PM
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More photos of the GeminiGT-25 are located on the Chesapeake Flyers website- www.rcpilots.8m.com/december_041.htm Also, there is a review of this plane on RCU under the name Twin Time. There have been changes made on the Gemini to reduce the overall weight of the airplane.
The Gemini GT-25 is designed for 25-32 size engines and is available with either fixed gear or set up for pneumatic retracts. The GT-25 is available with either 6 or 8 oz. fuel tanks and comes with all hardware and accessories except engines and radio. The Gemini GT-40 is for 40-46 size engine and is available with fixed gear or setup for pneumatic retracts. The GT-40 is available with either 8 or 10 oz. fuel tanks and also comes with all hardware and accessories except engines and radio.
Both are excellent flying airplanes and highly maneuverable. They are easy to handle and have no adverse characteristics even with one engine out. The Geminis come standard with flaps. There is no tendency for the plane to balloon when the flaps are lower and make for smooth landings.
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Old 05-26-2009, 08:52 PM
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Some of the pics of the Gemini GT-25 from the Chesapeake Flyers club
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I just bought one of these and flew it yesterday. I'd like to be able to buy another but it looks like it is not made anymore. Does anyone have a current point of contact?

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Old 09-16-2013, 01:17 PM
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Send a PM to Jim19, he is the builder of these fatastic twin aircraft. I have a
Gemini GT 25 that I have converted to electric, that I will be flying later this year,
after I get the new cowls built to replace the originals I cut off at the firewall.

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Bill thanks I'm in contact with Jim. He is putting anotb
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