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Bob you wanna have a Black Angus fun fly on Black Fri. From say can't till
c an. u know dusk to dawn. We could float fly off the puddels of cow pee. And all crashes into cow poop are like a sponge cleaning the comode.
How bout you peeps,.... TGNBFFF #1
Thanks Giving Night fly Black Friday Fun Fly.... #1


WE could BRBQ turkeys... LOL And have
a tailgaters paradize by being able to tell cops we're B F shoppers.. Testing new toys for our kids. Hell I'ld believe that.
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We can tell the cops we're making a movie???? To send to the troops for xm
Bob V?
Dale you would loveit.
Darrell? Chong
maybe I could contact all renegades or...Continue Reading
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Sept. 24, 2001 Robbie and Dad build a Go Kart

Today is Monday the 24th of Sept. 2001, and we have agreed that Robbie will help in restoring my original go kart. We discussed it with Mom and he has decided that he wants to be involved in the entire restoration from the first nut and bolt all the way through to driving it away! ( I had wanted this all along and am very happy that he wants it too!). We loaded the frame and some misc. items and took off to Bug Eng. to ask Tommy Pierson if he remembers the frame, and if it’s one of his. He said it was “very close to the early Bug karts, but no, it’s not one of mine”. He DID say that the orig. steering wheel was one of his though.

Sept. 30,2001…..we found a good, rebuildable 5hp Briggs at Evans Lawnmower today. We haven’t decided on weather or not to use it or keep looking for a period correct McCulloch of some displacement. We have also decided that the kart will be green.

Oct. 7, 2001……Have decided to definitely build the Briggs motor. The block is back at Evans having the valves freshened and have ordered everthing else needed to freshen the rest of it. Upon dissaembling the block, we found all the specs to be WELL within limits. This is a koolbore engine with full bushings.
I made a deal with John Evans to repair two mopeds he has in his shop in exchange for the parts and labor in rebuilding the 5 horse. I also bought two new rear tires for it today. We haven’t started assembling anything on the chassis yet,...Continue Reading
Posted by Wrench66 | Jun 07, 2010 @ 03:24 PM | 4,689 Views
HP Wasp wing mount pics.....

Hi Bob, lemme know if you encounter any trouble...K?
Posted by Wrench66 | Apr 20, 2010 @ 02:38 PM | 5,216 Views
Hi, thanks for the kudos........no real magic, just a bunch of videos with the plane either too high or too low in the frame....LOL.
The cam is just velcro'd to the hat brim, I have heard of guys attching the cam to the side of the glasses at near eye level...sounds like it would work well enough.

Trial and error

BTW...the red connector is soldered to the battery so I can be positive of it's charge condition. I just use my regular lipo charger set for a single cell, it'll go past an hour on a charge

--Ray
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4-9-2010 74 degrees, clear......fly time!!!!!!!!!!
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CC Berg 4L, a great mini receiver
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USA Channel number followed by 72 MHz frequency

Ch 11-- 72.010 CH21-- 72.210 CH31-- 72.410 CH41 --72.610 CH51--72.810

Ch12-- 72.030 CH22-- 72.230 CH32-- 72.430 CH42-- 72.630 CH52-- 72.830

Ch13-- 72.050 CH23-- 72.250 CH33-- 72.450 CH43-- 72.650 CH53-- 72.850

Ch14-- 72.070 CH24-- 72.270 CH34-- 72.470 CH44-- 72.670 CH54-- 72.870

Ch15-- 72.090 CH25-- 72.290 CH35-- 72.490 CH45-- 72.690 CH55-- 72.890

Ch16-- 72.110 CH26-- 72.310 CH36-- 72.510 CH46-- 72.710 CH56-- 72.910

Ch17-- 72.130 CH27-- 72.330 CH37-- 72.530 CH47-- 72.730 CH57-- 72.930

Ch18-- 72.150 CH28-- 72.350 CH38-- 72.550 CH48-- 72.750 CH58-- 72.950

Ch19-- 72.170 CH29-- 72.370 CH39-- 72.570 CH49-- 72.770 CH59-- 72.970

Ch20-- 72.190 CH30-- 72.390 CH40-- 72.590 CH50-- 72.790 CH60-- 72.990
Posted by Wrench66 | Sep 28, 2009 @ 10:27 AM | 5,593 Views
Picture From left to right:

GWS with either inboard or outboard motor mounting

E-Flite #1915 stick mount, outboard type

HeadsUpRC's red alloy stick mount, super sturdy 3 bolt type and cooling fins.

HeadsUpRC's tried and true 8mm clamp type, been around for years!