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Jan 06, 2010, 11:09 AM
Yeah Ralph, that fan is too big... better sell me the plane (the Fiorenze version too) so I can do it.
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Jan 06, 2010, 11:21 AM
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Originally Posted by JimDrew
Really? Any contact info?

I have a George Miller T-38, which is a bit bigger than the Fiorenze version. The T-38 is my all time favorite aircraft.
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Jan 06, 2010, 11:53 AM
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many moons ago, Allen and Jim at Air Magic where working on a larger T-38 (about a fiorenze sized) Composite version, I wonder how far they got with it. I think I heard the wing mold had warped or something, but What about the Fuse etc? They also had a sport jet they bought from Dorian before he passed away, Starfire/Bandit looking thing.


Originally Posted by jhaywood
The Air Magic T-38 molds can be bought. A guy in California has them along with the F-15 molds.
Jan 07, 2010, 11:16 AM
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Foremost Mods

So It started playing with the booms last night and it has servo pockets for standard size servos everywhere. I did notice that one of the two kits (I have not checked them both) already had some of the mods incorporated into it. I bought a No retract version for Turbine use and a regular (or retract version) for EDF.

Anyway, there is a former in the boom going up to the tail. I did not get a picture of it, but it looks like the one from the mods.

Apr 15, 2010, 06:33 PM
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And so it Begins

Well, I have excuses left. I kept telling Clay that until I went to 2.4 completely, I would just lay low. Since Tuesday was my B-day, I splurged on 2.4 receivers, boy did I over due it. Anyway, time to wipe off the dust and “Get R Done” well at least the Foremost before we can move on to the Top Gun F-15 and the T-38.

What makes this foremost different than all the others already built? Well since we are cheap, and bought the foremost and then the additional intakes from Richard at Airshow RC, we paid $180 for the plane and about $50 for the intakes.

First order of business was to cut out the Nose gear door and mount the retract mounts, nothing new there. I got the intakes and aligned them to be as high as possible inside the fuselage and then Used BV Zpoxy to glue them in place. In the corners where to lips are, I had to create a nice fillet since they do not hug or follow the fuselage perfectly. These intakes are the ones from the more expensive Venture that goes for about $740 or so.

Jun 15, 2016, 04:59 PM
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WOW, can't believe it's been a six year build for both of these birds
Jun 15, 2016, 08:59 PM
Lee Liddle
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Well slow and steady gets it done. I have some 5 and 6 year old builds that I hope to get back on soon.
Jun 16, 2016, 12:48 PM
deltas are cool
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Yikes time flies....I have some 5 year projects too.
Jun 16, 2016, 08:30 PM
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Looks awesome Ralph.
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