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Old 02-19-2002, 11:06 PM
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post your pics of stick-hacks. Let's get some Ideas. I'll start off with mine
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Old 02-19-2002, 11:07 PM
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Default here's another

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Old 02-20-2002, 10:46 AM
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Nice job,
Looks alot like a ag plane now.How does it fly now and how much weight did the mod add to the plane?I moved my elevator and rudder servos to the rear.Didn't want to add wieght so i just moved servos back and added a pull-pull system to rudder.
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It added no noticable weight to the tail. Just thin sheet balsa. The magnum 91 fs takes it straight up!
The canopy comes off with a screw in front and a dowel in back.

It does look like an ag plane, or the old hots.

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Great job on your plane. I think it would look better if you converted it to a mid wing with a cockpit on top so it didn't have such a high profile. Just my thoughts.
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Looks great. Kind adds a little style to the ol' stick.
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I thought of that. I saw the article in on of the RC magazines about the converted 120. It looked fabulous, but I'm too darn lazy! Maybe I would have done it before I put it together, but I'm already flying it.

I was just looking for something easy. You know, a couple of beers, a dremel tool, ...

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