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Old 10-12-2009, 10:27 PM
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Anyone interested in a 100cc MX2?
Coming soon from [link=http://RedAeroRC.com]RedAeroRC[/link]



Old 10-13-2009, 08:19 PM
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Old 10-14-2009, 02:58 PM
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Nice!
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Why the circus colour scheme? keep it simple and let people add what they want
Old 10-15-2009, 07:34 AM
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Why the circus colour scheme? keep it simple and let people add what they want
Glad you asked! [link=http://www.garywardaerobatics.com/aircraft.php]Gary Ward Air shows[/link]

Old 10-15-2009, 09:50 AM
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[quote]ORIGINAL: Taildragger726

ORIGINAL: nitro wing

Why the circus colour scheme? keep it simple and let people add what they want
Glad you asked! [link=http://www.garywardaerobatics.com/aircraft.php]Gary Ward Airs hows[/link]


Walk right into that one , nice airplanes! Are the graphics going to be available?
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Please!! To many 100cc yaks and extra's out there..I wouldn't sell my 110 extreme flight for no amount, but they are common. Would like to see these and a raven..
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I guess that's a legit excuse for that scheme I still dont like it at all, looks like some kids were drawing all over it [&:]
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We will offer the Breitling race scheme in the MXSR also.

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So are the graphics going to be on the plane or vinyl decals available to buy or left up to our design to find some one to make them for us?
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some company has this scheme out, or is copied from full size...simple but effective
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Old 10-16-2009, 07:43 PM
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So are the graphics going to be on the plane or vinyl decals available to buy or left up to our design to find some one to make them for us?
The " BREITLING " graphics will be applied at the factory, The Gary Ward scheme is minimal. If there is a big enough demand, we can supply them.
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The Gary Ward scheme is great not minimal............it's the bling that sets it apart. Add ten or twenty bucks to the kit and add them, I don't think anybody would blink at the cost. if we have to go else where the cost goes up big time........Anyway great looking plane!
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gorgeous airplane, nice carbon fiber bits, sharp lines and I love the scheme!

As said above, so nice to see a non-Yak come to market

good luck with your endeavors

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What carbon fiber bits...did I miss something?
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I think that is a great looking scheme!
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THat is really handsome! Great job!
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What carbon fiber bits...did I miss something?

High-quality construction and loaded with premium features such as, Carbon Fiber Landing Gear, Wing Tube and Spinner, UltraCote/Oracover Finish, Pre-hinged Control Surfaces, Heavy-duty Titanium Hardware with Extra-length Aluminum Servo Arms, Pre-installed Fuel Tank
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ORIGINAL: ricomari

What carbon fiber bits...did I miss something?

High-quality construction and loaded with premium features such as, Carbon Fiber Landing Gear, Wing Tube and Spinner, UltraCote/Oracover Finish, Pre-hinged Control Surfaces, Heavy-duty Titanium Hardware with Extra-length Aluminum Servo Arms, Pre-installed Fuel Tank

WOW! Okay, that's a really, REALLY nice airplane!
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Assembly started with the landing gear, which is very nice, airfoiled carbon fiber. The axles were secured with their locking nuts. Next a wheel collar,wheel and another collar. Play with the spacing before securing with a thread locker to allow clearances for wheel pants. One nice thing about EG aircraft it the wheel collars have phillips head set screws.





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The wheel pants and gear are pre drilled, blind nuts installed. Simply attach the wheel pants to the gear legs with the supplied M3 screws. ( remember the thread locker)

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The completed LG is screwed to the gear plate, one center screw with a blind nut and four screws with ny-lock nuts. The four outer are through aluminum angle, tying the gear to substantial structure ( the engine box). Easy to reach through the cannister tunnel.



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The tailwheel is pretty standard, and is attached with three wood screws into a hard ply plate located in the lower, aft fuselage,,,,,right where it should be. Everything is pre drilled. I did 'harden' the holes with some thin CA.
Don't worry about the wood screws,, they are plenty strong.






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Now for the "loud" part, this airplane is getting a new DLE 111, headers and cannisters.
Included is a perfect template for drilling the firewall. I measured and the template is 'spot on'.






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Included are some nice, hardply discs that are used for spacing. 2 1/4" bolts seemed about right. Secure with your favorite method,,,,,






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