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Hanger 9 - AT-6 Texan - build & flying TIPS

Old 03-12-2004, 03:00 AM
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Default Hanger 9 - AT-6 Texan - build & flying TIPS

Hey guys, I am about half done with my Hanger 9 .60 Texan and was wondering if any one has any good tips or advice for me. I am planing on using my OS .91 surpass2 for it. Please don't tell me to buy the Saito 1.00 because I wish I had. Does anyone know of a good pitts muffler for it and if it might fit under the cowl. The exhaust port looks as if some of the muffler will be intruding on the cowl and need to be cut out for it. I was wondering if anyone who has built this plane had to put a lot of weight in aft portion of the plane. Finally, has anyone flown one because I would love some tips. This is my first warbird.
Old 03-12-2004, 09:12 AM
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Default RE: Hanger 9 - AT-6 Texan - build & flying TIPS

Your .91 is more than enough for this plane.
Try Pitts style from Slimeline.
Do a search for this plane and you'll find a post covering this plane completely.

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