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Old 02-12-2005, 03:17 AM
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Hello all,

I remember a while back PAC had a new airplane called the Titan coming out. GW built a wood one and had some pics of one of the production fuses and it looked neat. But he has since quit posting and his website is offline. Does anyone have any experience with the airplane or have any pics of the production version? Just curious. Thanks alot.
Old 02-12-2005, 09:14 AM
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I talked to the owner not too long ago and he was in the process of relocating. Last I heard they really liked the way it performed. No more info than that though.
Old 02-12-2005, 09:27 AM
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The picture in the K-Factor under PACs advertisement is a production version Titan. It comes with the white gel coat on the outside, and is very light, with carbon reinforcement on the inside. The Titan is a very good plane.
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I flew a wood Titan last year and loved it. I have a glass one in my garage I hope to get going for this year's season.
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I bought GW's wood Titan, and flew it all last season. Helped me win the first contest I had flown in 30 years, but only in sportsman. Loved the airplane, and was getting to know it well. It met an untimely end in a midair during practice at the end of last season. All that was left was confetti. Wonderful flyer, sould love to have another, but right now even ARFs tax my building time.

Mine was right at 11 lbs with an OS 1.60, Mueller header, Greve pipe, etc.

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Hello all,

I remember a while back PAC had a new airplane called the Titan coming out. GW built a wood one and had some pics of one of the production fuses and it looked neat. But he has since quit posting and his website is offline. Does anyone have any experience with the airplane or have any pics of the production version? Just curious. Thanks alot.
Old 02-13-2005, 10:24 PM
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It seems that these airplanes are cursed. Scott Dunphy has lost two Titans, mine went down due to one of the aileron servo arms coming loose and re-setting in flight.
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Old 02-14-2005, 03:33 AM
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Ouch!

That really sucks fellas. I remember you building yours Keith.

As a side note, what happened to Gerald? He used to be real active in the forums. Did he just get burned out or were there some circumstances surrounding his being quiet as of late.

The Titan sure looks like a pretty airplane. I can't wait to see more of them going. I'd like to get one myself, which there are alot of things I would like.

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