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GREAT PLANES PITTS HELP WITH SMOKE???

Old 11-28-2012, 06:22 PM
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Default GREAT PLANES PITTS HELP WITH SMOKE???

hello all,, I have a great planes pitts, the discontinued one, the s2s red and white,, Ilove this plane flies fantastic,, Ineed help from someone who has put a smoke system on theirs,, I just dont see where Icould put a smoke tank, the fuel tank goes thru a hole that is cut for it, and There is not another space for a smoke tank. Did you guys have to remove some braces, or what, I know that there are a ton of guys out there with this plane and have smoke on theirs,, any help would be greatly appreciated, Ihave a brand new sullivan skywriter kit but have no idea where to put it at on this plane,,,THANKS
Old 11-29-2012, 03:34 PM
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Old 11-29-2012, 03:42 PM
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Default RE: GREAT PLANES PITTS HELP WITH SMOKE???

all of my planes with smoke I install the skywritter under the engine carriage, if your does not have one, and just a flush motor mount plate put it under the standoffs of the engine mount. I try to keep it outside of the fuse incase a hose sprung a leak or came off. 14 ounces of smoke oil in your fuseis a messy problem. As for the tank, be creative and move it around so the cg is ok.

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