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Old 01-03-2008, 08:59 PM
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Went and talked to Don Still in Beaumont today, and ended up bringing this little sig Skyray home. Looks like an excellent kit, and he assures me it's something I should be able to fly(I do fly R/C as well).


So what size engine for training would be y'alls choice? He recommended something along the lines of an LA .20 or .25 and a light touch .

Anything I need to watch in this kit? I o have prior building experience, in fact building is more fun than flying IMO .

Would cloth be appropriate to cover her in? I forgot to ask don, but I need to go get some epoxy and thin CA for the elevator anyway.
Old 01-04-2008, 12:49 PM
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When I went to the Sig CL contest last summer I probably saw over 50 of these, some were covered with iron covering, some had traditional silk and dope. I am building one with a foam wing and will be fiberglassing the model. I plan on putting an OS 40-FP for power.

Great little model

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