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Post  NEW222 on Tue Feb 28, 2017 5:12 pm

Yep, she'll fly. Right off teh table with that engine, I do believe. Wing or no wing either.... Shocked All kidding aside, it looks very nice. It will indeed fly very well I believe.
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Post  Canso07 on Tue Feb 28, 2017 5:37 pm

Yeah ok Ken I'll have to keep that in mind. She's going to be painted so no worries this time. Yeah you can still buy Ambriod glue where I'm at in Canada but it is getting harder to get.

Lol NEW22 yes she looks like she wants to fly right now. Still a bit to go though, this summer some time...

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Post  chevyiron420 on Tue Feb 28, 2017 10:39 pm

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chevyiron420 wrote:That Ringmaster uses the smaller elevator and also probably has a funny looking rudder and longer tail moment. I think it is a estes design? My son has one in junior size and it flies good. I have one that I scaled down from the junior size for use with a .099 cub and it flies good. The wing is thiner though.

.099 on a scaled down RM Junior?  Sounds like overkill.  How was the weight?  I'd like to use a Cub .099 on something but they're just too darn loud Mad
I know they are pretty light for their capacity.
I cant remember the weight but it has a 28 inch wingspan and the plan file is labeled 82% Ringmaster. I had to laugh a bit when I looked for the plan cause it was on floppy disks. They still worked so I copied it over to a newer computer.

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Re: Baby Ringmaster build

Post  Canso07 on Wed Mar 01, 2017 7:12 am

Nice looking plane Chevy!
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Re: Baby Ringmaster build

Post  Canso07 on Thu Jul 06, 2017 9:30 pm

I finally got the main wing built up, its been hard trying to find time to go and build with family and other projects/models on the go. Just have to sheet in the center section of the wing and finish the tips. I'm going to also epoxy the engine bay and surrounding area with thinned out 30 min epoxy to protect it from fuel. It's starting to look like airplane, hopefully this weekend I can do a bit more.  






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