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Posted by JSKYVOLT | Jun 16, 2019 @ 03:15 PM | 1,030 Views
After many years of concentrating on building a post and beam garage and servicing cars, house systems etc., finally resuming r/c. Many if not most planes need a little finessing to get them in good shape. The flashback kit I bought here (as jim e) and the canopy was crinkled, never said a word to seller ) was hidden by instructions in sealed sleeve so not his fault) and then proceeded to make it worse. Have to redo magnet system or use another method to secure canopy (Velcro?). The foam sportser is ready, just do not like how the motor goes wild if you turn off the tx while battery is hooked up-probably the airtronics rx so may change. My fry sky equipment is now "legacy" but still should work okay. Here's to hoping to,learn knife edge after 37 years of flying r/c. Oh and I hope to get a lot more organized!!
Posted by JSKYVOLT | Jan 17, 2019 @ 04:59 PM | 2,199 Views
several kyosho gearbox motor combos including a handmade one i got for my flash #1, some MEC gearbox parts, a long nose gear drive for glider, ap-29 kyosho motor clamshell mounts, GWS stuff, kyosho prop and spinner for petite series,and a somewhat rare Aristocraft Motor Conditioner missing the most important piece- the tachometer magnet-(started to make one------ will have to take closer shots
Posted by JSKYVOLT | Oct 01, 2018 @ 12:30 PM | 2,664 Views
Over five years to (mostly myself) build this garage from trees out back and milling them as needed. I have half of the three bay loft, woodshop and building tables. My wife has the other half with her well organized and stored materials. The main floor has two bays with radiant heat (not yet hooked up) and a 12 x 22' wood shop area that is over a basement with indoor wood boiler waiting to be hooked up as well. Got some more radio gear on rcg at reasonable prices. Slowly starting to resume r/c flying.