Official Eflite UMX Mig 15 DF Owners Thread - Page 151 - RC Groups
 Nov 15, 2012, 01:37 PM ChuckTseeker Super Fan Beacon Foam -Tac will make her like new again
 Nov 15, 2012, 04:28 PM when down=up, up=expensive Glue > Sliced Bread
 Nov 15, 2012, 05:21 PM LiPo-Sucker & Airframe EMT Cold Beer > Glue > Sliced Bread
Nov 15, 2012, 05:27 PM
when down=up, up=expensive
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 Originally Posted by pugsam Cold Beer > Glue > Sliced Bread
That is assumed. But since we're going to get down to the obvious, let's go ahead and share the entire formula:

If: Multiple Cold Beers > Cold Beer > Glue > Sliced Bread Then: Airplanes + Multiple cold Beers = Glue.

The sliced bread is for the hangover the following morning.
 Nov 15, 2012, 05:33 PM LiPo-Sucker & Airframe EMT This *higher* math gives me a hangover
Nov 15, 2012, 05:35 PM
when down=up, up=expensive
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 Originally Posted by pugsam This *higher* math gives me a hangover
LOL. Someday, you and I will have to discuss it over a cold beer.
Nov 15, 2012, 05:51 PM
LiPo-Sucker & Airframe EMT
How 'bout this higher math:

Sandra Bullock (Virginia girl) > Cold Beer > Glue > Sliced Bread

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 Nov 15, 2012, 05:52 PM Chef Pilot: Planes vs Butter I always found a bit of light weight packing tape on the tear line to be stronger than reglueing. That is how my Mig is right now. No perceptable weight gain. Wings are tight. So to conclude: Lightweight Packing Tape ≥ Glue Airplanes ≠ sliced bread Cold Beer > Warm Beer Too Much Beer = Hangover = Tylenol
Nov 15, 2012, 05:52 PM
Chef Pilot: Planes vs Butter
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 Originally Posted by pugsam How 'bout this higher math: Sandra Bullock (Virginia girl) > Cold Beer > Glue > Sliced Bread
Now that is Tall Drink of Water!
Nov 15, 2012, 06:24 PM
Registered User
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 Originally Posted by Kevin Greene I just now bought one of these for a good price on Ebay...I can now count myself into the MiG 15 group!!!... Kevin
YIPEE!!!...I got my Mig in today!!!.....

I did get in one flight before dark---I placed the MiG on the asphalt and I'll be darned if the little bugger didn't practically take off by itself!!!...She needed right aileron trim as well as a lot of down elevator trim...The need for a lot of elevator trim surprised me as the plane was nose heavy according to the instructions...I rolled inverted and the plane needed a ton of down elevator to fly level...The elevators themselves looked to be level...

Anyway---I'm PLEASED!!!...Loops from level flight are easy...Rolls on low rates are plenty fast...The speed of the plane reminded me of my Beast...She should be a tad faster without the gear...The battery I used was a 35C 300mAh 2S NanoTech...VERY good power...

I need to sort out the CG issue and the need for down trim...The elevators look to be level but as I've experienced with other UMX planes the elevator settings can be very sensitive...Only a few degrees can mean the plane flying level or climbing...

I've also gotta say that this plane flies way better than my GP Sabre...The Sabre without AS3X keeps you on your toes---You have to be on the sticks the entire flight...The MiG is relaxing to fly---Almost like cheating!!!

Glad to be part of the MiG crowd

Kevin
Nov 15, 2012, 06:27 PM
I'd rather be flying!
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 Originally Posted by whichwaysup Glue > Sliced Bread
True. That is, unless you're really hungry for toast & don't have a knife.

Joel
Nov 15, 2012, 06:40 PM
when down=up, up=expensive
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 Originally Posted by pugsam How 'bout this higher math: Sandra Bullock (Virginia girl) > Cold Beer > Glue > Sliced Bread
Unfortunately, Sandra Bullock + cold beer equals divorce.

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 Originally Posted by turboparker True. That is, unless you're really hungry for toast & don't have a knife. Joel
Who gets hungry for toast? Just the idea makes me thirsty for beer and then there's the whole Sandra Bullock thing and then I'M toast!

Kevin - congrats on the mig and the maiden. You will love her. There is nothing cooler than a low high speed pass 2" off the deck!
Nov 15, 2012, 08:21 PM
Registered User
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 Originally Posted by whichwaysup LOL. Someday, you and I will have to discuss it over a cold beer.
Just ONE beer???......

My wife and Sandra have something in common---Their bodies look the same but my wife is 6 years younger than Sandra, 5' 10", and 8 years younger than me..I'm almost 51...Life is GREAT for me!!!......I don't need a Sandra Bullock as I have something better at home......Again---Life is GREAT!!!

The maiden of the MiG went extremely well...Can't wait for more flights!!!

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Last edited by Kevin Greene; Nov 15, 2012 at 10:18 PM.
Nov 15, 2012, 08:38 PM
Registered User
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 Originally Posted by Kevin Greene Just ONE beer???...... My wife and Sandra have something in common---Their bodies look the same but my wife is 6 years younger and 5' 10"...I'm almost 51...Life is GREAT for me!!!......I don't need a Sandra Bullock as I have something better at home......Again---Life is GREAT!!! The maiden of the MiG went extremely well...Can't wait for more flights!!!
That's a really nice pic, Kevin!

Long as we're showing off our wives. I'm 54 and she's 50! I don't know who she looks like. Just herself, I guess, which is fine by me!