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Old 03-27-2008, 07:21 PM
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I almost forgot about this thread as I've been posting in a 4 star thread.... Here is a pic of mine completed, but not covered and the final list of mods.

MODS:
Raised, Stretched, and Sheeted turttle deck
Cockpit moved forward 2 or 3 inches
Cockpit area opened up
Raised dash cover
Trimed and reversed canopy (may trim more)
Raised top deck from dash to firewall
Rotated engine 90 degrees
Dropped the engine 1/4"
12 oz Sullivan shelf-style tank (might step down to a 10oz)
Lowered tank shelf for propper tank level relative to the engine
Side-mounted 4 stroke install
Solid, permanent balsa cowl
Wings clipped 1 bay each side
Ailerons enlarged and tapered
Solid rounded wingtips
Dual aileron servos in wig center (to mix flapperons)
Bottom center of wing built up to match fuselage
Doublers added from rear of F-3 to F-4
Sullivan tailwheel
Sullivan #508 and #515 push rods
Reshaped and enlarged tail surfaces
Tapered fillets join the tail
Pilot Woody's head turns with the rudder

... I think thats about it (I may add to the list). Right now I have come in a hair under 4 3/4 lbs loaded and should end up under 5 1/2 lbs after covering and painting (Koverall/Dope/Auto paint). Alot of work to make it look as if this is the way it was supposed to be, but I have ended up with a much more attractive aircraft than the boxy stock 4 Star. I'll post more pics after it is covered of course.
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Old 03-27-2008, 09:14 PM
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Default RE: Kit Bashing... Lets See Watcha Got

Here is another Bulldog!This one is a kit bashed GP Pitts.We modified the wing tips,center section of the top wing,vertical and horizontal stabs.Covered in Super Coverite,DA 50 power,3W smoke.
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Old 04-15-2008, 05:00 AM
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Kbear,
I think you and i are building almost the same airplane. I''m bashing a slow poke to look like a p-51B. I''m at work and don''t have my camera, but i will post some pics when i get home tonight. Mine has modified tail feather shaping, retracts, and carries 4 dropable bombs. I started covering it last fri. It''s gonna get the old crow mustang markings, AKA "SLOW CROW"!

Hows it coming? Here are the most recent photos of mine.
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Old 04-15-2008, 07:50 AM
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KBear,
I forgot all about this thread. lol. Well since I last posted on this topic I finished the plane. It looks great. I had a vinyl company cut the custom slo-crow decals for the nose. I''m just waiting on a good day to take it out for a fly. I really will post pics when I get home to night. I''m pretty proudof the results. I got side tracked with a few other projects. I''m recovering a morris the knife and building a shrike 10!
I like the way yours is coming along, it looks great!
Old 04-15-2008, 11:04 AM
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Well, if a "blew up a set of .40 sized plans to full scale, re-engineered the formers, converted to foam wings, and then ''scratch built''" counts as "kit-bashing" :



33% Jim LeRoy Bulldog I, Zenoah G-62, smoke
I don''t see the plane. [sm=confused.gif]

plane ???

Yeah...funny thing about fotki.com...despite PAYING for bandwidth, apparently i can''t actually USE any. @@

Let''s try this:



There''s also a video of her (something of a tribute to Jim, really) over at:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDhubjBvrGg

And the build thread is at http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_44..._1/key_/tm.htm if anyone's missed it *heh*
Old 04-15-2008, 06:48 PM
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Boy Gordon,that black dress still looks a helva lot better than those kaki shorts!!!!!
Joe
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Old 04-15-2008, 07:02 PM
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LOL Joe.

No, it doesn''t really...it''s what''s WEARING them that sets them so FARRRRRRRRR apart
Old 04-16-2008, 08:47 PM
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Here's the final product of my slow poke into a WWII fighter. It is trimmed out like the 'old crow". It has a royal 46 on the nose, retracts, and carries 4 bombs. Flys like a slow poke, lol. Certainly won't win any dog fights. Well maybe against a cub or a lazy bee! I hope to soon build a 15 size slow poke to look like a spitfire.

Here are some pics. If you want to know more, just ask!
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Old 04-19-2008, 02:31 AM
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Mttvannest Looks great. I'll post more when i get farther along. I have a build thread over on RCH if you want to check it out. http://www.*********.com/forums/showthread.php?t=17651
Old 04-24-2008, 04:20 PM
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I found this Polaroid today of a Great Planes Sportster Bipe that I bashed back in the early 90's,
I shortened the wing tips by 2" and squared them off and built squared off tail surfaces with counter balances. The plane flew great and was my favorite to fly until I lost it on an engine flame out just after take-off and stalled to the gound and re-kitted itself.
The covering was monokote black with gold stripes and white trim. Powered by an OS .40 2-stroke.
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Old 05-07-2008, 12:04 AM
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Here she is. Maiden flight took a new pair of shorts, but got it worked out.
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Old 05-07-2008, 08:52 AM
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Kbear,
It looks sweet!
It might not be scale or historically accurate but I can just see the s-poke vs. s-poke dog fight already. 10 ft off the ground at 20 mph, lol! Maybe we could team up and make an attack on a squadron of piper cubs!
Hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine.

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Old 05-07-2008, 09:23 AM
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well i guess i got a little lost in the plans for my three channel Kadet...and had to buy a 9 channel radio and mix and couple channels to be able to use all the fun buttons...you will see the first change was tri gear to tail dragger, then add cut the streight wing for barn door ailerons...add the three light systems,with stearable nose lights..light up the insturment panel and cockpit...redesign all the tail feathers ,make a bombbay box inside the fuse ..add the extrernal bombs ,carve out a wooden cowling ...add a side door to hide all the on-off swithces and charging jacks ....make Barbies head turn and sew a lacy red bra for her, as you can not find lingerie for Barbie any more ..invert the engine ...find a set of wheel pants to have that 1930's look...make a momemade saddle for the night glider ...and well needless to say ...room for all 12 servos.....shew glad it is done and flying...next kit.....hummmmmmmm
Love the Big Banana! Did you change the lines of the fuse at all besides the cowl? I'm developing a kit bash of this aircraft myself to make it a single rear pusher with twin booms. Can you send me a detail of your Aileron modification? And did you make a one piece wing or two?
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Here is my bashed Twin-Air 45 in the bones.
I am just starting to cover this plane.
I liked the lines of the Ultra Sport so I made it resemble it.
I'm really liking the nice curves... beautiful work!!

Anyone Else have a Bashed kit???

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Old 05-04-2014, 09:43 AM
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Originally Posted by OldRookie View Post
Here is my bashed Twin-Air 45 in the bones.
I am just starting to cover this plane.
I liked the lines of the Ultra Sport so I made it resemble it.
Reviving an old post...if the OP of this reply is still around, how do the controls install for the dual rudder set-up on your Twin-Air .45?...
Old 05-04-2014, 10:23 AM
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I have always wondered how many bash planes (a discription I hate but quess you have to call it something) so this is cool to add to some pretty nice work thats showing up. Bashing is my way to redesign a plane and not have to figure out all the aerodynamics which I know squat about. My first bash is a Goldberg Tiger 60 that got pretty much a total remake.

Plug in wings with flaps and redesigned ailerons and tips, they are sheeted
Expanded rudder and elevator surfaces
Removeable upper deck and cockpit that was shortened up
Self made cowling hiding a DLE 20cc gas engine
Tail dragger gear with wheel pants
It's covered with Ultra Cote

It flies like a Tiger and will hover.

Leroy
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Old 05-04-2014, 11:36 AM
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This is my last bash of sorts, just finished it. Sig Spacewalker 11 1/4 scale. When I bought the kit I already had plans for it, I did not care for the looks of the fuselage but saw some promise in my changes and the 84" wing had to be made a 3 piece to transport it in a 6" PU box. Wings first : make up new ribs to support the tubes was really all I had to do to them, the center section would be epoxied to fuse after paint.

I installed 1/4 scale Robart Cub gear to center section and made the wing tips, servo control is stock from the plans. Covering is Solartex, wings and tail only.

Fuselage was built from plans but was contoured and sheeted with 1/16" plank and glassed. Upper deck and cockpit are removable and added a nice head rest, I was influenced by the Ryan STA, love the look of it and it sure changed the character of the SW.
All covering is stitched and taped which I made up myself, fuselage and center section has pannel lines and hand laid 1/16" real aluminum rivets punched from litho plate and heat bonded to primer one at a time. I steped out of the box on the paint job which is automotive base coat / clear coat, the graphics are hand cut from paint mask vinyl and came out pretty nice considering they were my first at doing this.

Engine is a DLE 35CC RA and the dummy is a Top Notch 1/4 scale kit.

I accpmplished what I set out to do, make a SW like no other and I really like it. It only goes to show what can be done to alot of these planes and end up with something very special.

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Old 05-04-2014, 01:15 PM
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Well since this old thread has been revived....it's calling me to make a post of my Uproars.
There are more mods than meet the eyes. Lots of holes drilled in just about everything.
All the tail surface servos mounted in the back, the battery is also in the tail (right in front of the rudder sevo).
Guppy belly for bigger and lower tank. Control surfdace shapes....
For a full scoop on all the mods I did a thread here on RCU..
http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/kit-...-40-build.html


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Old 07-10-2014, 10:55 AM
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Kind of an old thread ... but since it's had a few recent posts, I'll throw in my 2 cents worth.

I love seeing all mods and creative things you've all done.

*Leroy* WOW! the detail on that Space Walker is AMAZING! You should be proud.

Makes me feel like a real novice to post what I'm up to, but, here goes ...

Building up a Guillow's P-40 Warhawk, 501 kit for micro RC.

You can follow the build at; http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/kit-...-micro-rc.html

Here is a taste of what I'm doing ....

Basic 4 channel set up (but with 2 aileron servos) using the "guts" out of an old Horizon Hobby, E-Flight Micro Carbon Cub that decided to turn it's self into spare parts.

Gonna have 1 extra servo ... maybe retracts ? ...

Tune in to find out.


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GP Super Sportster 60 bashed into a twin. I actually used only the ribs from the kit, but used the fuse sides as patterns and lengthened the fuse a bit. It has dieselized OS FP40s. I hope to put it up in the next month or so.

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Came across this thread, been out of hobby for while with dreams of getting back one day. here are a few bashed items. Blue and Cream Great Planes Clipped with SC cowl, pants, changed tail feathers. white and yellow semi Crop duster was a Goldberg Super Chipmunk. Yellow and white Cub is a Great Planes Cub copy of an agriculture sprayer. Note, spray tubes along struts. 1/4 Scale Taylor E-2 Cub was bashed from a Sig 1/4 Scale J-3. enjoy

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Old 07-13-2014, 06:28 AM
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My Goldberg Chipmunk work over.

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Old 07-21-2014, 04:21 AM
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CG chipmunk with a TF corsair wing, sierra retracts, DLE20.





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A Chipmunk with Corsair wings. That's Fan-freeky-tastic! My bash was to regress a Balsa USA Fokker DVII into the prototype, a V 11. Some of the changes.
Shorter fuse, shorter nose, narrowed the gear, changed the wing and their positions, reshape the control surfaces, pull pull on everything, full cockpit, I made over 40 changes. But it flies nice and easy, so I must have done something correct.
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Old 07-29-2014, 11:28 AM
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Most of my kit bashing was done with my late flying buddy, Carl "Flaps" Laffert, who died 3 years ago at age 90. Flaps loved to build, but wasn't the best RC flier. We teamed up many years ago and I test flew all his planes until he had to quit flying because he couldn't stand very long or look upward. After that, I took over all the flying and he 90% of the building. I used my radios since I normally fly left handed. I can fly a normal mode II, but I do better acro as a southpaw since I started flying that was back in 1970-71. I also bought most of the engines. As a builder, Flaps kept every scrap of balsa, plywood, every nut & bolt, all that left over junk I normally throw away. I buy all new hardware, especially for ARFs. The designs were a team work, but one of us would pick the project.

Here's 2 of our 4*60 kit bashes into Kawasaki Tony Ki-61s. They were both great flying airplanes.The gray 1st one had an OS .91FX for power. It crashed when the stab came off in flight when I flung it around too much.

The 2nd OD plane had a Magnum .91XLS with an Ultra Thrust tuned muffler. I could rotate vertical on takeoff and go up as far as I wanted. I did add under-the-stab bracing rods to this one.

Both planes had 2 ribs lopped off and a corresponding span round wingtip. The horizontal and vertical stabs had rounded tips added. With the wide stance main gear in the wings both planes would takeoff straight as an arrow. I could nail the power from a standstill and go. Both landed very easily, too.
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