Recent Attachments for wingnover
I need to hang this poster back up.
Drop from balsa drop box.
Waiting for some jet blast.Picture I found @ Circle City Flyers website.Display during Sept. '11 funfly .
Antenna placement makes it difficult to change the battery without breaking them.
The hills are a little dry for Alaska.
Put on some smaller wheels for the first flights.
Still need to clean up all the wires, find a blue spinner and make a pilot model of Jim
Back into the garage,remove wings and tail feathers begin to apply Tweto's scheme.
In the sun. Left the optional cowl flaps off for now.having them operational with the flaps would be cool.
Front view battery hatch door below.
A side view.
My daughter helping out.
the last thing a bird will see if it goes through the wind screen.
Windows in place with added third rear panel.
Using straight pins to keep the hinges centered while installing the flight control surfaces.
bomb door in foreground battery hatch aft.
Good'ol clamps.Ramp weight going up with the extra epoxy.
Firewall broke right around reinforcement
looking more like it might fly!
Speed controller wired and servo installed for bomb bay door
Wing bottom covered
Covered tail feathers
Foam tailcone w/light
A trial fit and test of lights
Bomb bay and drop door --bush plane has to be able to haul some fish right
Playing..Need bigger and lighter Trexlers $$
Now where to put the servo?.I'm glad I held off on the bottom stringers.
Ed's ideas implemented,note pic's printed from thread on bench "thank's".Box looks twisted in photo but it's not.
Started to cut out front cowl then stopped until I get the motor mounted
Clearance lights with wing tip strobe. Not real happy w/the led lights sticking out but felt an clear enclosure was probably taking on to much.
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