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Name: Anthony Curcuruto
I am still waiting for the plans to the thwing. I am hoping to get them for Christmas. Help me out on this one. I started to daw a set up from the photos from your web site. It is time consuming. I would like an official copy.
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Name: Matt Hansen
"Hi, this is a great site you have here. I\'ve been flying for a short while but obviously have a bit more to learn. I\'ve read through most (if not all) of the materials here and will probably visit frequently. I\'m currently drawing up plans for an RC jet (probably ducted fan) and was wondering if you have any recourses for this field. I\'m hoping to scratch build but am not sure if I should alter my building procedures for this platform. Any tips will be appreciated."
Added: 2005-10-28 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Aravindh Velliangiri
Great Job!! Never expected to come across such a great site even in my wildest dreams.COOL....
Added: 2005-11-02 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Dennis Bosley
Hey Paul super great site I found. I just got back into RC building and flyng last year. been searching the net for INFO. I came across our beautiful website. I have been using alot of info off of here. I work on the real Aircraft by day and work on the 2nd love of my life. My wife says it the 1st. OH WELL again Thanks Dennis
Added: 2005-11-19 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Dick
Great site. keep up the good work. Very good article on the SR Batteries Fokker Eindecker E1. Hope the weather improves before next summer! We don\'t have that problem here in sunny Florida (except for occasional Huricanes).
Added: 2005-11-20 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Chip
"Outstanding web page, well done and tribute to modelling. Regarding cleaning engines, try using antifreeze and crock pot. The additives in antifreeze are designed to keep water cooled engines clean. It will clean up an aluminum quite well. You need to put it in a cockpot (heat it up) and soak the engine over night. Gets rid of all that castor residue. Of course, remove all o-rings and gaskets first. Cheers, Chip"
Added: 2005-12-08 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Enrique Senior
"Paul, I stopped serious modeling over 40 years ago and have taken it up recently. Things have changed substantially in the equipment, supplies and techniques since then. As a pilot, my main interest is in vintage aircraft and your site is a priceless asset to someone like myself. Thank you. Enrique"
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Name: Gary
"Hello, After trying to find anything on a site like Wattflyer, I find your site clear and concise. What a pleasure. Where do you find the time to do all you do? Keep up the great work! Cheers! Gary"
Added: 2005-12-28 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Crash Peterson
"Incredibly informative site. Many thanks. No, many, many thanks! Crash"
Added: 2006-01-04 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Wood Maven
"Paul, As usual, your \"Making ribs for tapered wings\" tutorial is another gem. As an aeromodeler who likes to build what he flies, your articles are very helpful. I\'m currently building a prototype for a kit designer. It\'s turning out to be a very interesting trip. Thanks again, W.M."
Added: 2006-01-15 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  

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