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Old 11-30-2016, 12:27 PM
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My name is Victor Diaz and I will like to offer my services for Jet Building lots of people Know me in the pattern community I build many planes for them also I have 45 years his hobby and over 30 in building experience I live in the Panhandle area in Florida. I been flying Jets for the last 2 years and participating in most of the jets rally around me if anyone interested in my service I can be reach at [email protected] or 404-263-7674 and I can send some pictures of the jets I build so far.
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Saw this Comp Arf Viper at Mississippi Afterburner last year. The install was really good. The integration and functioning of the lighting system was spectacular both on the ground and in the air. From what I saw I sure wouldn't hesitate to give him a try if in the market for a new build!
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Originally Posted by sailing1 View Post
Saw this Comp Arf Viper at Mississippi Afterburner last year. The install was really good. The integration and functioning of the lighting system was spectacular both on the ground and in the air. From what I saw I sure wouldn't hesitate to give him a try if in the market for a new build!
Thanks I still have that viper and now with a bigger turbine love the way that plane flight but will be for sale next year I want to build another little bigger and more detail and hope we see you againg in Mississippi Afterburner
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A friend of mine is Building a Big F-18 and ask me me to work on his Front tanks this plane have 2 tanks in the front and 2 saddle and is Twin but the 2 front tank are different size and he want to have 2 separate set of tank but same amount for each turbine so this is what i did

First I cut the top and the bottom of each particular tank after that i went and joint both tanks together after glue dry sand and seal that joint with 1 inch fiberglass tape and epoxy and let dry
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After dry I split the tanks in halve top to bottom and we decide to build a baffle for each side
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When I install the baffles also I add epoxy to the seam from the previous join cause when you cut Kevlar is not a clean cut so i seal all the Kevlar fiber then I build the wall to separate the 2 side from Kevlar and Fiberglass and is vacuum press and peel ply both sides also seal the old stoppers and install the new ones and vents.
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After dry the first side i grind all around to level and be ready for 2nd half so i glue my second have after dry i will sand all around and apply another 1 inch fiber glass tape with epoxy
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Old 12-11-2016, 04:53 PM
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Tank is finish today I put the fiber glass tape around the seam with epoxy and let dry all I have left is install lines and clunk
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Old 12-16-2016, 05:16 PM
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More pictures of my builds
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Old 12-18-2016, 08:59 AM
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Nice installs!
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Nice installs!
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few more pictures of another of my install
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Curious, what lighting system did you use on the Viper?
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Originally Posted by K.O. View Post
Curious, what lighting system did you use on the Viper?
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Some pictures of the Super Bandit I paint this last week all the markings are painted
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Victor,
How are you printing your heat shrink sleeves on the servo leads?

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Victor,
How are you printing your heat shrink sleeves on the servo leads?

Thanks....Craig
label machine DYMO they have a white shrink tubing
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Which size for wiring?
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Which size for wiring?
9mm
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label machine DYMO they have a white shrink tubing
Thanks Victor.....the shrink tubing cartridges look a little expensive but they sure make a clean install versus the tabs most of us use.
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Hay Victor, i will dropping you a call later tonight, i have some vertical stabs that i want to have rebuild and have the linkages to the rudders moved to the outside and also a pair of horizontal stabs looking to rebuild for strength. Hope you deal with that type of mods. talk soon.
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Clean installs.

I cringe when I see festo's on THE most negative suction side. Its obvious that jet central uses it on their set ups and that many people do that right now with success but that little piece of tubing is subject to the most vacuum in the jet.

Great paint too! How much do you charge for paint like that?

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