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Old 11-11-2019, 04:59 AM
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The CARF AT-6 shown at JN is in full production. In the UK we have a few being built, one locally to me. Here is CARF's scale cockpit ready to fit from the box.




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Hello Dave,
Got a CARF AT-6 thread going over on FG under Scale Warbirds.
Please feel free to join in.
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[QUOTE=Dave Wilshere;12562959]The CARF AT-6 shown at JN is in full production. In the UK we have a few being built, one locally to me. Here is CARF's scale cockpit ready to fit from the box.




did you find how to mount it?
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Sorry missed this. Not done that yet, but there are cross carbon rods.
On another note if anyone got landing gear late last year, there were a few sets that went out with the leg drive/mount swapped, so the leg mounting tube is high off-set not low off-set. 10 sec job of swapping them over. The base of the leg catches the door hinge tube if they are reversed.

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This is wrong, the leg centre should be below the pivot.

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Gear completely finished.



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Hello Dave,
Have you made maiden flight yet?


Mine is not so exact scale. More of an everyday flyer.
Have about 12-15 flights so far. Waiting for spring.

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Curious if everyone is using fuel pumps on their Moki 250 in their AT6?
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CARF AT-6 Pilots,

I'm ready to maiden a new CARF AT-6 Texan with the 250 radial. I would like to compare notes and in particular the center of gravity and how you balanced the plane ?

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Originally Posted by roydefiant View Post
Curious if everyone is using fuel pumps on their Moki 250 in their AT6?
I have 2 Moki 250's and 1 Valach 210. Fuel pump on all 3.

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Thanks. I suppose most Moki owners are using fuel pumps

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