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Old 07-12-2014, 11:00 PM
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Update!

I must hang my head in shame!

At least on the 1/2 A forum.

After a couple more flying sessions with the Pee Wee the rational, sensible side of my brain became
dominant over the nostalgic, relive my youth side & I converted the Roaring 20 to electric.

I guess it's a Humming 20 now although, with an 020, it never REALLY roared!

I'm happy because I'm rid of the noisy, fussy, smelly, messy Pee Wee!

A club mate is also happy as he now owns a noisy, fussy, smelly, messy Pee Wee!


John.
Old 07-13-2014, 12:18 AM
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Would have done so much better with a TD .020 and throttle sleeve with sep higher capacity fuel tank.
Old 07-17-2014, 02:29 PM
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Bah, throttle sleeves! who needs that when all you're gonna do is bend your throttle stick forward anyway!

Get real, put an 049 on it

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Old 07-18-2014, 01:05 AM
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Get real, put an 049 on it
Nope, 049 (wen-mac) went to, club mate is happy though.

My half A engine involvement now relies on an OS FP 10 & an MP Jet 06.

Building smaller models is where my interest lies, the engines that
(used to) power them very much less so.

John.

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