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Old 03-10-2008, 07:43 PM   #21
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Dante at Camlex just called me to say that my Tutor kit has arrived. I will be a few days before I get a look at it. I'll post some pics of the elusive creature once I get it!

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Old 03-10-2008, 11:04 PM   #22
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:10 AM   #23
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Finnaly got around to taking a pic of my ol' snowbird.
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Old 06-16-2008, 05:02 PM   #24
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Hi Guys

Well, I picked up the Tutor this weekend from my buddy in Spokane. We had a chance to look through it. Overall its a decent package. The glass work is really very good and light. The wings are layed up in blasa and finished in glass with a good finish. The markings are almost all done with paint masks and overall the effect is good. There is some overspray, fuzzy lines and the odd blemish but the price including gear. fuel tank and pipe is of value. According to Nick - he had a problem with his gear fiting in the wing mounts and I can confirm the same problem. I have decided to simply drill new holes. We played a bit with the nose wheel retract and some work is needed to work properly. The main structures, wing / fuse, canopy / fuse and tail is actually surprsing good with a very nice aluminum clamp utilizied to hold the wing to the fuse. The fuel tank is too small in my opinion ( looks around 1.5 litres ( will have to measure ). I think at least 2 litres is needed. The pipe appears to be suitable for engines 12 - 14 lbs. As I am putting in a P70 I will have TAM build up a new one. One thing that I did NOT receive was ANY INSTRUCTIONS OR PLANS indicating CG or throws. Did anyone else???

I plan on starting construction right away -- anyone else started??? Any commnet / suggestions?? Let keep this thread alive guys!

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Old 06-16-2008, 08:23 PM   #25
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I did get some basic plans with the Tutor, there is no information on throws or any instructions, but servo mounting details are shown as is the CG. Scan of the CG attached. If you would like any particular part(s) of the plan scanned, let me know. The gear worked more or less OK on mine - perhaps it's later production. A little work was needed on the nosegear mount to remove a bead of Hysol to allow the gear to move backwards to the former.

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Well the maiden is done
Dean Wichmann flew mine on thursday of last week... and he wants it
it went very well very scale with the wren 54mk4 in it .a couple of tips on makin it a *cat in the air though
i recomend cg exact on plan all throws at 20mm except rudder 30mm and as much as you can get on flaps.
i put in abt 1/8 inch of reflex in ailerons (washout) and added triangular plastic strip abt 2" in length at the inboard portion of leading edge
similar to what bvm used to do on the T33s. With this done the stall characteristics are awesome it just mushes forward with no signs whatsover
of dropping a wing.. in total we put three flights on it and it was a pleasure to fly.
i have a 50oz dubro tank in stk location, 2 14oz tanks on each side below the turbine and after approx 5 mins of flying there is abt 1/3 left in the main tank(50oz) so there is plenty left for go arounds ...
i was pleasantly surprised it floated for a long way on final with flaps but had no bad tendancies on landing or takeoff if anyone wants pics i can email directly to them just ask...

im pleasantly surprised with this project, and look forward to flying it more it has great presence in the air

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