|Jul 17, 2013, 10:00 PM|
No its not but my field is at 6000 ft and we need the power, all my planes that I brought from Mich. need more power to fly similar so that's where Im headed
|Jul 17, 2013, 10:10 PM|
United States, VA, Suffolk
Joined Nov 2007
Ahhh roger that. I was thinking of the OS Gemini 160. I think that is what Corvin ran in his and this is about the same size right?
|Jul 18, 2013, 01:14 AM|
Ah yes...the fiberglass fuses. Well I have been sidetracked for the last few months with lots of work and family stuff...you know how it goes
Also, an F3J soaring buddy of mine "challenged" me to design and build an F3J sailplane (all composite carbon/kevlar, like the European models). My fault really, I saw one of his $2K models and said I could build one of those...well, let's just say based on the time and work I've got into it lately....$2K looks like a bargain
After chatting with one of you guys today, I am going to try something with the Swift and maybe offer it also...stay tuned, I'll post some info here soon.
I need to catch up on some cowls that I'm behind on ... stay tuned Craig...I'm gettin there!
If anybody has made some progress...post some pics!
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