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Old Feb 02, 2010, 05:22 PM
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Thanks Randy. Our club runs two pole races... will have to look and see if a three pole race would be possible or if we could setup a course which complies with the .20 two pole course.
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Old Feb 02, 2010, 06:04 PM
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Never run a 2 pole course ( apart fom an indoor event with screaming cox 020 on 40 %nitro) - much prefer the original 3 pole . Seems to me 3 pole is also safer as models always fly around the pilots and flagmen . Also with original concept of flaggers at base and top pylon there would always be someone close in case of a model going in to be able to remove the cells . Am i showing my age here or am i in neeed of education on the latest techniques -
Old Feb 02, 2010, 08:01 PM
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I was finally able to finish my plans fo the Nemesis EF-1. I plan to offer it as a laser cut kit in the near future. I am willing to sell the plans at this point as long as you understand that this has not been built or flown yet. I'm sure it will fly great, but I would usually like to prove it to myself first. These are very nicely detailed with full size parts and core templates. Although it is designed to be laser cut with tab & notch type construction, you could easily leave the tabs off and hand cut the parts.

I will be producing machine cut cores and fiberlass parts for those who want to build plans only in the future.

Plans are $25 shipped ConUS rolled up in a sturdy tube. If you are outside the US, let me know and we can work something out.
That Nemi looks sweet!
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Old Feb 02, 2010, 08:43 PM
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Indoor nitro?!?!! Awesome!

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Never run a 2 pole course ( apart fom an indoor event with screaming cox 020 on 40 %nitro) - much prefer the original 3 pole . Seems to me 3 pole is also safer as models always fly around the pilots and flagmen . Also with original concept of flaggers at base and top pylon there would always be someone close in case of a model going in to be able to remove the cells . Am i showing my age here or am i in neeed of education on the latest techniques -
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Old Feb 02, 2010, 08:44 PM
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Thanks Troy...can't wait to get one in the air

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That Nemi looks sweet!
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Old Feb 03, 2010, 01:51 AM
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Miss Lynn


Here is a pic of the Miss Lynn Working on a EF1
Old Feb 03, 2010, 08:14 AM
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Here is a pic of the Miss Lynn Working on a EF1
Nice!

Does the Miss Lynn have a flat plate airfoil? Sure looks that way from the pic.
Old Feb 03, 2010, 08:33 AM
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Here is a pic of the Miss Lynn Working on a EF1

Sure look like the Sundowner with a new paint scheme! Glad to see the airframe still lives on.
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Old Feb 03, 2010, 11:19 AM
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Nice!

Does the Miss Lynn have a flat plate airfoil? Sure looks that way from the pic.
Sure is thin isn't it!
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Old Feb 03, 2010, 11:22 AM
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EF-1 Miss Lynn


Here is the Miss Lynn that I designed for the EF-1 event.
Pete, The Miss Lynn is not the Sundowner, it just another modified Cassut. Unfortunity it was lost in a practice crash in 2005 or 2006. It hasn't been rebuilt to my knowledge.
The Sundowner is still flying under the Name of Okie something. I can't remember the right name just now.

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Old Feb 03, 2010, 12:06 PM
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Here is the Miss Lynn that I designed for the EF-1 event.
Pete, The Miss Lynn is not the Sundowner, it just another modified Cassut. Unfortunity it was lost in a practice crash in 2005 or 2006. It hasn't been rebuilt to my knowledge.
The Sundowner is still flying under the Name of Okie something. I can't remember the right name just now.

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Miss Lynn was crashed at a race in Oklohoma several years ago. It was rebuilt and was lost along with it's pilot, Erica Simpson, in a crash leading up to the Reno Air Races in 2008.
Old Feb 03, 2010, 12:26 PM
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The Sundowner is still flying under the Name of Okie something. I can't remember the right name just now.

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It is flying under the name Sly Dog, and is currently for sale. The last Okie name it carried was Okie Swinger.
Old Feb 03, 2010, 08:21 PM
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Okay Gang, made some more progress on the Boo Ray. I stopped to make a rendering to make sure it was what I wanted. I like to see what it looks like before I build. The plans are next. Flats are just about complete.

Plan is to have foam wings with 1/16" balsa skins. I have made a rib set for both the taper wing and CC wing so it could be builder's choice. Should have plans by the weekend.

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Old Feb 03, 2010, 09:23 PM
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Although I'm probably supposed to keep this quiet, I cannot contain my excitement! I have received and built the latest prototype LR1A from Horizon. I can't begin to relate my amazement at the job they have done with this airplane. From opening the box to having it ready to fly took only 4 hours - including all radio and power systems. This kit is a masterpiece of engineering and model building with the quality of materials and construction well beyond anything I have ever seen.

Then there is how it flies! It is a fantastic flying airplane. Anybody who likes a fast sport airplane will absolutely love to fly this airplane. It does a slow roll from one end of the field to the other and if you mix out the proverse yaw will do a really great job of the pattern schedule. And this is with the current 1100 motor, E-Flite 2500 4s and E-flite 60 amp ESC and an APC 8-8 electric prop. The new 1250 motor should make it even better!

Racing these is going to be an absolute BLAST!!!! With products like these coming from the major hobby companies at reasonable prices, people everywhere will want to race these. Everybody who has seen this airplane fly has begged to fly it, and to a man, wants to know where, and how soon they can get one.

WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME THAT HAPPENED WITH A PYLON RACER?!?!?

Jerry Small has done a brilliant job of designing and Pete Bergstrom and Horizon an incredible job of producing an amazing airplane.
Old Feb 03, 2010, 09:35 PM
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Congratulations to Pete! Congratulations to Scott!

I congratulate Jerry everytime I talk to him. It's you guys turn.


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