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Name: Geoff Peacock
"Hi Paul, I\'m most impressed by your website and its mine of information - thank you very much for making it available to us all. Great Gonzo\'s videos are great; is the plan available yet? if so, how do I get hold of a copy. I really must build one! Thanks again, Geoff"
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Name: digital_trucker
"What a gold mine your site is! I\'m getting back into building and flying after a 6-year hiatus, and I love all the info available here. Especially the tips on alternatives to kit-supplied materials. The last kit I built supplied 1/4\" sheet stock for the fin and stab. It was rock hard and weighed roughly as much as a Buick (warped too). I replaced it with 1/8x1/4 stick sheeted with 1/16. It resulted in warp-free surfaces that were extremely rigid and weighed roughly a quarter of the supplied material. I\'ve most likely built my last kit anyway...I\'m playing with 3D CAD and good ol\' T.L.A.R. techniques."
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Name: Robert N. Bowman
"One thing for sure. Always lubricate all the engine parts as you assemble it. This will help it turn over in a wet condition rather than a totally dry state. Lube the rear bearing, wrist pin, con rod where it slides over the crank pin, add oil to the bottom of the piston where it makes contact with the cylinder & a few drops through the exhaust port. The engine can then be turned over and all parts are now wet. When the modeler uses his electric starter the engine has a fighting chance. This holds true for totally new engines when purchased. If you plan to \"put the engine to bed\" so to speak for the winter time, Soak the engine minus the prop, spinner, glow plug and backing plate in solvent, let dry, lube all parts and install backing plate. In the Spring time the engine is ready to go. Remember a well oiled engine is a happy engine."
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Name: simon
"thanks for your information on the wankel engine,i had been looking for some time,but with not much \"hands on\" information out there so i was very happy to come accross your site.keep up the good work,thanks again."
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Name: saviola
a brilliant website where i can find the information i needed!
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Name: kolban
"Again, a fantastic Web Site. I am a newbie here and look forward to long periods of surfing. Have you ever considered making this site or part of this site a \'Wiki\'? I haven\'t found an RC plane Wiki on the net yet."
Added: 2006-02-15 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: strech
Great job on the Fokker Eindecker. Thank you for including so many photos of your building process!
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Name: Pedro
Thanks for all the information that you provide us. Very nice web site.
Added: 2006-02-23 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Shotgun
Fantastic site! I\'m currently building my first trainer and your information is helping me a great deal. Thanks.
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Name: berryulson
Excellent site. Very good info well stated. I am building a foam/balsa 50\" aerobat with symmetrical wings from nastytoesaviation.com and was concerned about the thickness. Your site has calmed my fears. It should be perfect. Thanks for the site!
Added: 2006-03-12 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  

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