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Old 11-13-2019, 07:54 PM
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[QUOTE=Rudolph Hart;12563416]
This would be my ultimate flying plane with a big saito fourstroke on glow ignition and lots of nitro[/QUOTE]


now your talking

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Originally Posted by FlyerInOKC
I think I would have kept the 235 6 cyl and been able to haul something! Those old Chevys were classy in their day. I remember riding in a borrowed 1964 model with my older brother when we moved from Dodge City, KS to Enid, OK back in 1964. Dad drove the U-Haul, and Mom the car.

my father had a stepside, short bad, I loved that old truck, but I'm sure it was old than a 64

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World Models Planes, I bought 2 of them, I learned, I wont buy another !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Originally Posted by Captcrunch44

yeah that would be cool but when it idle’s down it just kicks the prop. Were the ch ignition retard the timing that looks the prop swing through the compression stroke
and a bit more power too

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Pete, want to put a Saito in one of these

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for a quick look speed the video up to 8.30

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Ok getting ready to put bearings in a 100, 80,and a 56.
so I ordered Boca bearing’s as you know. Cleaning the bunch of last night found that I have ordered them already along with gaskets. But for some reason I don’t have gasket’s for the 100 “strange”. I guess I will have to order those.
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Jim, I like that kid's shop!
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Originally Posted by the Wasp
World Models Planes, I bought 2 of them, I learned, I wont buy another !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jim
Heck, You are probably the reason they had to quit making them!
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Originally Posted by Jesse Open
Heck, You are probably the reason they had to quit making them!
Which I would point out counts as a public service!
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He sure kept me from buying anything from them.
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When I get the bearing for my 100 I will get the gaskets in the computer and see how they turn out on card stock. I have different weight card stock so can mic he gaskets and find out which works best. The gaskets on my 100 are in good shape still, so can be reused.

On another note, I mounted the YS 63 on the Liberty Sport, fits it perfectly, so now need to determine what prop to run. I has 12 x 6, 12 x 8, and 11 x 7 for it, all APC. Have to check ground clearance too, but think the 12 may fit. I just don't know which works best for this motor.
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If I remember correctly from back in my English Sportcar days NAPA Auto Parts carried a good assortment of gasket materials if that helps.
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Thinnest from Mcmaster-carr is .016. Have to see how thin they actually are.
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Look, guys! You are disrespecting the tip of a rather sensitive person. Pete already gave the solution, Playboy Magazine covers. Listen next time, or face the outcome.

Rumor has it flesh toned seal best.
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Playboy? How quaint. Haven't seen one of those in 20 some years.
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For for the kind of information model airplane news are giving out in their magazines hell there’s a whole bunch a gasket material right there
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Originally Posted by Captcrunch44
For for the kind of information model airplane news are giving out in their magazines hell there’s a whole bunch a gasket material right there
I would be worried the quality of the paper would be equal to the quality of the content.
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Originally Posted by FlyerInOKC
I would be worried the quality of the paper would be equal to the quality of the content.

Now, don't go negative on our non- winged, flying brothers.

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Originally Posted by acdii
Playboy? How quaint. Haven't seen one of those in 20 some years.

Might have known, high brow, Penthouse type eh?
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Originally Posted by Jesse Open



Now, don't go negative on our non- winged, flying brothers.
What can I say MAN is just a shell of what it use to be. I have paid through the nose to get back issues that had real build articles. Now there is nothing much worth reading in it.
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Originally Posted by Jesse Open



Might have known, high brow, Penthouse type eh?
More along the Club line, but once I got married, didn't have a need for them anymore. wink wink nudge nudge


OOOHHHH I think I may have just the right material though! I just remembered I have this massive heavy Vario catalog. I have been using it to secure sheeting on wings and fuse, and the paper is just the right stuff. The gloss is made by using clay, so they would make good gasket material.
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Glossy magazine covers are 40lb to 60lb clay based paper coated with acrylic. Any glossy magazine cover will work if it measures .0080"- .010" in thickness. Doubtful it will survive disassembly and be reusable after very many engine run hours though. (.25mm) flexoid is the material used by aftermarket saito gasket makers. It's only available shipped from Europe afaik.
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Originally Posted by acdii
More along the Club line, but once I got married, didn't have a need for them anymore. wink wink nudge nudge


OOOHHHH I think I may have just the right material though! I just remembered I have this massive heavy Vario catalog. I have been using it to secure sheeting on wings and fuse, and the paper is just the right stuff. The gloss is made by using clay, so they would make good gasket material.

Been married 49 1/2 years. But we actually have known each other since 1953, when we were three years old. The Norwegian Princess claims it is like having a VCR with one tape.

I like Saito made gasket sets and buy new old stock sets when they show up on eBay. Hard to beat.

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Originally Posted by the Wasp
Pete, want to put a Saito in one of these

Jim

for a quick look speed the video up to 8.30
https://youtu.be/Ghah8qVjP_4?t=505
How about putting a Saito on this one from the same guy!

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Originally Posted by FlyerInOKC
Jim, I like that kid's shop!
me too, and the kid is smart too

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