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Sig Kadet LT40 - TTPro 46 engine Kit Built, a few mods, wing bolts instead of rubber bands, heavier landing gear. First plane after getting back into the hobby a couple years ago (this time successfuly). No major crashes but numerous close calls.
Sig Astro Hog - Saito 72 Built this plane last winter, finished it up a few months ago but too late in the season to maiden. Greatly anticipating Spring, I think this plane will be a lot of fun.
Pat Tritle's 53" Super Cub - Brushless motor, 21.9 oz AUW My little Alaska Bush Plane, just finished it yesterday. I never liked cubs before, they seemed pretty boring, too many yellow J-3's out there I guess, but I LOVE this plane!
Functional landing gear made from CF rod, aluminum tube, brass and my wifes elastic hair bands for bungees. Big thanks to "toyjunker" for the engineering, and the inspiration. He's got some great videos of his cub on his blog.
Tail fork built on a wood form from CF "tape" and epoxy, steering arm cut, groung, filed, and bent from a piece of aluminum flat stock, spring shackles made from ink pen springs and wire.
Upper door held open with tiny magnet, both doors held shut with magnets.