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Other ventures as well... Take your turn boys!
Big plane... hard to get all in Pic.
Nose still needs to be Flat Blackend!
Left the Carbon exposed on bottom of tail & wing... its the opposite of White...Right?
Need to wait few days between coats. Rustoleum dries slow, but nice!
Just after Primer!
1" bullets of Stainless Steel. Won't hurt these rocks! Burns up a chop say just cutting them buggers!@
plenty of room for the excess 19" of wire my huge harness has!
Better angle to see how they will load like a shotgun!
Behind the wires is the tube. Was gong to center load under wing, but this way I don't have to take off wing!
Just back in from Shapell in nice 18 - 22? mph winds at times.
or 3.3 which I typically will use! One of Skip Millers!
Plus 4 more for the bigger 5 cell!
Ok... maybe I was pushing up on the other photo!
31 oz w/o battery
Last week out by Palm Springs in 50+ mph winds!
In last week at Browns Bluff with 50+ mph winds!... And worth it!
Ouch! 50+ winds are tough on a little guy!
Back to fly again!
50+ mph does strange things!
Shot of my double bench... still not enough room to work! Is this a common problem with most slope addicts?
Glued and waiting till tomorrow to proceed.
Both flaps fully deployed & clear to connect with Sullivan or simular steel ones.
Bottom done and ready for wiring harness set up next!
Align and Shoe Goo in servos. Tape in place because shoe goo moves slow!... Trust me on this one!
Dry fit and check for clearance.
Horns angled in so full down has clearance... Wayne tipped me off for Jordans sake... thanks.
Final steps for the wing!
Better with no flash.
Cut groves in the bottom for extra hold and bite.
Hey... I'm color coordinated here! :-)
JB weld... for when you have to be sure!
Ugly, but very effective. Light.. and very stiff!
Both the front and back done. specially where the cutouts are!
Dohe! this either! but it will work...
Well that didn't go as planned!
Double decker work bench... for planes only!
Done... for now!
Even used Bass wood for holding down the servos better
Good view of balsa reinforcements on both sides for stronger wing
Obviously not the flaps yet!
Just starting with the first two Servos installed
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