Recent Attachments for wsnowfall
crack in ailerion tip.
seems to be a piece of wood chipped off the aileron root.
this is a puncture of the wing aileron
these are numerous punctures of the stablizer mylar covering
this is a gouge on the front leading edge of wing
this is a gouge on the vertical fin.
this is a split or crack in the ailerion tip section.
this is the bottom of genie wing. deep scratch
this is the opened box. the yellow foam and bubble wrap have been re arranged somewhat;still there is little wiggle room, i am going to put even more foam in it.to the right is the spare fiberglass fuse and the finished one is on the left.
expand the picture. on the orange part of the ailerion is a hariline slit in the same exact spot but to the left the rest of the ailerion is hinged but solid!
on the orange is a hairline slit. to the right the aileron is flexible; that tip length is about 3"
this is the small ding on leading edge
this is the returned box,all packed and ready to go.
three piece wing
back end of the two fuses.
middle part of two fuses side by ide
fiberglass extra fuse front end
nose with skeg
plans for fuse. shows old servos.
plans showing rudder. plans show optional winglet
bottom of wing. cutouts for flaps and ailerion.
this is 4 servo wing. made stab from contest balsa rather than sticks included
fiberglass fuse and nose cone
tail fin area
genier pro / i am selling this one two
top wing saddle area
side by side comparison top middle
orginal nose and teeth
top interior of fuse. adjustable tow hook, alum plate for wing anchor
elevators notice built up. very light
top view center
aierlon servo well
shark tip nose.
longer range perspective of bottom center section of wing
close up of servo wells for flaps. metal band holds servo in. jr or similar size servos used
exit point for rds system. picture is missing the rds rod
all three sections apart notice thin blade on bottom two panels for joining
closer view of center top
center section top
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