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Old 09-16-2002, 06:57 AM   #21
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When you say you specialize in engines what do you mean?

Are you a collector? Good at solving engine problems? Build your own?

And what engines? Gas? Glow? Diesel?

All of the above?
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Old 09-16-2002, 05:55 PM   #22
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building season..

I just got plans for Ziroli's F9F Panther. I want to build it (wood only, no FG) over the next year or two for my MW54 turbine. For when I get bored of the trainer jet its currently on.

The Panther is quite a plane, one of the more difficult I will be tackling ever. Plans look good, LOTS of wood to cut, thats for sure..

I am also working on a 40 size fun fly plane I want to get out as a short kit also. First have to build three (one for me, two for my buddies) and make sure they fly as good as I think they will!

Since I started designing my own planes, lost a lot of interest in kits. Scratching something you design and engineer yourself is just too much fun and way more rewarding! Try it and you'll never go back! HA!

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1/2A to giant scale, IMAC, SAM, R/C sport, turbine jets, Heli's...
if its got a wing or two and an engine - I like it!
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Old 09-17-2002, 07:05 PM   #23
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A little bit of each. Tried a Davis Diesel head on a Royal 40, split the crankcase in two!! Have converted many chainsaw, weedwacker motors. Presently have a Byron Christen Eagle with a 60cc homelite engine. i repair engines for the local fellows, straightening cranks etc. Presently flying a Pizza box. What a hoot!!
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Old 09-18-2002, 06:45 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by Kevin McGrath
1/3 scale Bucker jungmeister/ZDZ 60cc,and a 80" flying boat /OS.90 4stroke...both well under way.
Also working on plans for a 130" Twin Otter /Ryobi conversions,with two other crazies locally.

I've got a 42" bucker jungmeister 133 powered by Saito 50. Build from a "Pilot" kit. A dream in the air. A real handful on the ground. Small plane + big prop + overpowered = not very many take-offs are graceful. But she is a real beauty in the air. gotta love those tail slides! Tough little plane too.
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Old 09-30-2002, 05:55 PM   #25
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I'm currently building the 85.5" Noorduyn Norseman (unionville kit) for one of my students..

here is the link if you would like to see it so far..

There is 2 types of pilots... There is the ones that fly like me... and there is the ones that wish they could.....
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Old 10-02-2002, 10:55 AM   #26
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8' Unionville Otter, Chipmunk repairs, GP 51, more repairs........
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Old 10-05-2002, 07:15 PM   #27
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On the board;1/3 scale Fokker DR!, On the repair:1/4 scale Tiger Moth, On Deck;!/3 Super Decathalon,Ziroli DC3,1/4 scale Champ....lots to do..Steve
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Old 10-07-2002, 09:56 PM   #28
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I am finishing off a Gentle lady with a new wing and covering job, then on to new projects
- Midwest Super Stearman
- Coroplast Spazzler
- Scratch Wiseguy
More power, MORE POWER
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Old 10-08-2002, 08:36 PM   #29
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What's on your building board?

Hi Gang;
I'm working on an Ace Extra 230 1/4 scale. Not sure what motor yet, either a Saito 150 or a YS120-AC.
I also hope to build a Dynaflite 89" Decathlon to be powered with a converted Ryobi 31cc grass trimmer, gas 2 stroke. I've also have to build a set of floats for a 80" Midwest Citabria.

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Old 10-08-2002, 09:33 PM   #30
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On my building board lets see hhmmmmm!!!!!!

1. 80 inch D&L Edge 540 Brisson 3.2

2. Balsa USA Clipped Wing Cub thinking YS 1.20

3. Ziroli Windex 1200 electric

4. A few Wedgies for next years combat

5. A ME 109 and Mustang slope soaring combat foamys

and anything else that I can fit in. Never know what ya can find at the winter swap meets. London is on the 20th of October HMMMMM
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