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Old 03-10-2011, 03:46 PM   #111
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Old 03-25-2011, 08:33 AM   #112
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I'm thinking that I'll put a refinish job on this bird. I am getting the F-100 which will be dressed like a thunderbird and I don't need two planes in that livery. I'll just do a generic camoflage job. I modified the full flying stab's a bit. I didn't like the amount of play. The control rod goes into a plastic block and it is a very poor tolerance fit. I put a "bushing" in the block and then a "sleeve" over the rod. The "sleeve" outside diameter fits closely into the "bushing" and the result is a much more "slop-free" fit. I am going to re-do the ailerons too. With the belly landing the linkage will be subject to abuse since there are no wing tanks to land on, I figure busted servos are almost for certain. I put little skids on the wing bottom, but, the linkage being on top is a better solution I think. I'll put the linkages on top like in my old combat planes. With the camo. paint you won't hardly see them and in the air not at all. I'm going to get the Super Sabre tomorrow and should have a few to maiden once the weather gets better. My battery order got here from HK and I figure I have enough to do about 9 flights( 3 each on three different planes) without having to charge at the field. That's enough for me. Come On Summer.....
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Old 11-16-2012, 08:07 PM   #113
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Hi Bob, did you fly your F-4, how did it go?

Anyone else have any updates as I ordered this F-4 kit today.
I never flew the CF-100 but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express! I'm on Facebook as KPK Warbirds.
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