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Post  MauricioB on Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:25 am

Marleysky wrote:Very, very good Mauricio! Enjoyed your video very much. You make it look so easy and quick to do. Great looking finished also, waiting for your maiden flights. RC Plane

Thank you very much for your comment, I am very happy that you like the video ...!

Yesterday premiere the model, it really flies incredible, fast and extremely acrobatic, very agile in all kinds of maneuvers.
Snap roll, casks, and even sharp knife edge, the inverted flight is totally stable !, I am very happy with this model, I like aesthetically and I really like its ability to fly.
Unfortunately the day does not accompany, since the weather is rainy with dark covered sky, so although I had taken the camera to make some video, I only did a test flight that did not film by the weather, but soon and God willing, When the weather improves, I will make a video to share with you all! .... I feel Happy!



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Post  Paul_BB on Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:25 pm

Congratulations Mauricio. Super looking planes. Thumbs Up
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Post  getback on Wed Aug 30, 2017 8:41 am

Stunning !! my friend you have built some beautiful airplanes and good to hear the flight was with success !! I like the build video nicely done .  RC Plane  Be looking for the flight vid when permitted . Airplane
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Post  MauricioB on Wed Aug 30, 2017 1:05 pm

Paul_BB wrote:Congratulations Mauricio. Super looking planes. Thumbs Up

Thanks Paul_BB, here I leave the video, I hope you enjoy! Small Cox Logo
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Post  MauricioB on Wed Aug 30, 2017 1:06 pm

getback wrote:Stunning !! my friend you have built some beautiful airplanes and good to hear the flight was with success !! I like the build video nicely done .  RC Plane  Be looking for the flight vid when permitted . Airplane

Eric, how are you? Here I leave the video, I hope you like it !! thanks for your words! Beer Cheers
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Post  MauricioB on Wed Aug 30, 2017 1:07 pm

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Post  Paul_BB on Wed Aug 30, 2017 10:21 pm

Very nice, as usual. Your engines are always ticking like a clock, your models fly perfectly and are piloted with great skill. You are a master of 1/2A. Thumbs Up Flying cheers sunny
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Post  balogh on Thu Aug 31, 2017 7:25 am

Congratulations Mauricio, beautiful job and professional flight. I wonder how much the take-off weight of the plane is? The TD 051 apparently pulls it with authority...and the exhaust throttle response is also like in large RC planes with more sophisticated carb throttling...

(You have inspired me to rebuild/refurbish my old, 049 driven Lil Roughneck R/C plane, repare the dents inflicted on its wings by numerous landings on heavy terrain in the past 2 years,  and give it a new Oracover dress...)
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Post  MauricioB on Thu Aug 31, 2017 7:54 am

Paul_BB wrote:Very nice, as usual. Your engines are always ticking like a clock, your models fly perfectly and are piloted with great skill. You are a master of 1/2A. Thumbs Up Flying cheers sunny

balogh wrote:Congratulations Mauricio, beautiful job and professional flight. I wonder how much the take-off weight of the plane is? The TD 051 apparently pulls it with authority...and the exhaust throttle response is also like in large RC planes with more sophisticated carb throttling...

(You have inspired me to rebuild/refurbish my old, 049 driven Lil Roughneck R/C plane, repare the dents inflicted on its wings by numerous landings on heavy terrain in the past 2 years,  and give it a new Oracover dress...)

Thank you Paul-BB for your words, You are very kind!
András, thanks to you also for your comment!
The model I like and much, I wanted a simple model, but that aesthetically I like it a lot .... I tell you a little story.

Many years ago, I lost my father as a child, my mother did not have the resources to buy a model, I went on a family vacation and I spent that vacation stuck in a window, I did not want to go to another place, I just wanted to be there and Delighting with the models of the stained glass, I was totally fascinated .... I drew a picture of what my mind reminds me of those years ... when I was about 12 years old.
The model as seen in the photo and in the video, weighs exactly 400 grams, it is true, when giving accelerator, the model comes out as if it had a rocket on. This model I really like .... now I'm still working on the Stylo Cox with PT19 decoration.


I am very happy András that renew the desire to restart your Lil Roughneck, I will be attentive to those moments! Thumbs Up
Paul and András, a big hug for you! Beer Cheers


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Post  Marleysky on Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:00 am

WOW! You fly them like acrobatics, smooth, well controlled very impressive. Thank you for sharing with us.
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Post  getback on Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:03 am

bounce bounce Flying Thumbs Up Mauricio You have done it again !! Very good fling plane Thank You for sharing with us your building skills and the flight video!! Hand Shake
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Post  MauricioB on Fri Sep 01, 2017 11:24 am

Marleysky wrote:WOW!  You fly them like acrobatics, smooth, well controlled very impressive. Thank you for sharing with us.  

Thank you for leaving me your message of encouragement!
It's very nice for me, to share with all of you in this forum, it's a pleasure. Smile
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Post  MauricioB on Fri Sep 01, 2017 11:26 am

getback wrote:bounce bounce Flying Thumbs Up Mauricio You have done it again !! Very good fling plane Thank You for sharing with us your building skills and the flight video!! Hand Shake

Eeeericcc! friend! thanks to you for accompanying me in each of my projects, it is very nice for me to share this way with all of you .... it would be cuter to still have a few beers together but at least in this way it is shared too! Beer Cheers Beer Cheers
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Post  Ken Cook on Sat Sep 02, 2017 7:34 am

Maurico, what is the blue trim on that plane. I like the color and how it stands out against the black. That trim choice is nicely done. I do have to ask though , is it hard to see in flight? Ken
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Post  MauricioB on Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:12 am

Ken Cook wrote:           Maurico, what is the blue trim on that plane. I like the color and how it stands out against the black. That trim choice is nicely done. I do have to ask though , is it hard to see in flight? Ken

Hi Ken, I'm glad you like the decor.
Answering your questions, if you are referring to what kind of material is celestial-blue, it is ORACAL material.
This decoration is appreciated very well in flight, I am flying r / c and I distinguish it perfectly in the air.
Thanks for your message.
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Post  Ken Cook on Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:28 am

I have some old stock called Oracover here. This material has a white removeable backing. It's my understanding that Oracover is Ultracote but the Oracover I have here is far from Ultracote. It's not as flexible and soft. What I do like about the Oracover I have is the way the colors are very glossy. Ken
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Post  MauricioB on Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:45 am

Ken Cook wrote:         I have some old stock called Oracover here. This material has a white removeable backing. It's my understanding that Oracover is Ultracote but the Oracover I have here is far from Ultracote. It's not as flexible and soft. What I do like about the Oracover I have is the way the colors are very glossy. Ken

I understand what you are saying; The Oracover is of the Monokote type, it is used specifically for aeromodelismo.
The white color in the model is Super Monokote by TopFlite.
The Oracal 651, is vinyl, is used to make letters and decorations. It is a material that adapts perfectly to model airplanes using heat gun, but requires doing some practice before.
See You, here I have an example of application of ORACAL 651 in my P51 Mustang, is the same material that I also use to make the badges.








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Post  MauricioB on Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:50 am

This is the Sky Blue that I used in the post model.

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Post  balogh on Fri Sep 08, 2017 12:52 am

MauricioB wrote:


I am very happy András that renew the desire to restart your Lil Roughneck, I will be attentive to those moments! Thumbs Up
Paul and András, a big hug for you! Beer Cheers

Hi Mauricio,

what is your solution for removing the castor collecting in the engine cowling? My Cosmic Wind, especially with the engine muffler not used, avidly collects the castor in its cowling and I keep the plane with its nose down after the flights end, waiting for the castor to drip.

Other than that, I was also thinking about a drain pipe that sticks through the cowling bottom, and leads the castor out, already during the flight, when still hot and easily flowing, to outside of the bottom of the fuselage.
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Post  MauricioB on Fri Sep 08, 2017 7:52 am

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MauricioB wrote:


I am very happy András that renew the desire to restart your Lil Roughneck, I will be attentive to those moments! Thumbs Up
Paul and András, a big hug for you! Beer Cheers

Hi Mauricio,

what is your solution for removing the castor collecting in the engine cowling? My Cosmic Wind, especially with the engine muffler not used, avidly collects the castor in its cowling and I keep the plane with its nose down after the flights end, waiting for the castor to drip.

Other than that, I was also thinking about a drain pipe that sticks through the cowling bottom, and leads the castor out, already during the flight, when still hot and easily flowing, to outside of the bottom of the fuselage.
András friend, how are you? ... according to your question, what I do in my models, is a drainage hole about 6 mm in diameter, this helps the rest of post-combustion oil drain quickly.
Between flight and flight you can see how that oil flows and review with a rag what is coming out from the engine fairing through the hole.
Then at home and the model at rest, it finishes draining by gravity what is in the interior, but turns out to be very little, most of it goes while I use the model since the oil to be hot, as you mention, runs - flows - quickly.

I take advantage András to tell you that I am very very happy with the result of this model, it flies incredible, I regret that the video can not be appreciated in detail because my camera is not the best for filming, but I will be making a couple more videos , when the weather improves.
Again I would like to tell you that it would be a great experience to be able to fly in a field of flight with You and many friends of CEF who share this beautiful activity!

Any other questions, please do not hesitate to do so I will gladly answer you! Thumbs Up






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Post  balogh on Fri Sep 08, 2017 8:02 am

MauricioB wrote:
András friend, how are you? ... according to your question, what I do in my models, is a drainage hole about 6 mm in diameter, this helps the rest of post-combustion oil drain quickly.
Between flight and flight you can see how that oil flows and review with a rag what is coming out from the engine fairing through the hole.
Then at home and the model at rest, it finishes draining by gravity what is in the interior, but turns out to be very little, most of it goes while I use the model since the oil to be hot, as you mention, runs - flows - quickly.

I take advantage András to tell you that I am very very happy with the result of this model, it flies incredible, I regret that the video can not be appreciated in detail because my camera is not the best for filming, but I will be making a couple more videos , when the weather improves.
Again I would like to tell you that it would be a great experience to be able to fly in a field of flight with You and many friends of CEF who share this beautiful activity!


Hi Mauricio,

thank you for the comprehensive explanation. I was thinking about the same drainage hole but I figured the belly of the fuselage gets rather smeared with castor.

I would add a pipe extension to the drainage hole - similar to the air vent pipe on your photo - that would keep the castor away from the fuselage.

I saw the vid on your plane with amazement at how fast the TD051 pulls that bird and how well it throttles. I can estimate that it maneuvers excellently and I am already familiar with your excellent flight skills.

I could not agree more how good it would be to fly with many of us on the same field and exchange live experience.
Especially I, flying always completely alone, enjoy the solitude sometimes very much but would be equally happy to share experience. We do not have any flying club in my neighborhood and especially not one for small R/C planes for IC engines.
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Post  MauricioB on Fri Sep 08, 2017 8:36 am

balogh wrote:
MauricioB wrote:
András friend, how are you? ... according to your question, what I do in my models, is a drainage hole about 6 mm in diameter, this helps the rest of post-combustion oil drain quickly.
Between flight and flight you can see how that oil flows and review with a rag what is coming out from the engine fairing through the hole.
Then at home and the model at rest, it finishes draining by gravity what is in the interior, but turns out to be very little, most of it goes while I use the model since the oil to be hot, as you mention, runs - flows - quickly.

I take advantage András to tell you that I am very very happy with the result of this model, it flies incredible, I regret that the video can not be appreciated in detail because my camera is not the best for filming, but I will be making a couple more videos , when the weather improves.
Again I would like to tell you that it would be a great experience to be able to fly in a field of flight with You and many friends of CEF who share this beautiful activity!




Hi Mauricio,

thank you for the comprehensive explanation. I was thinking about the same drainage hole but I figured the belly of the fuselage gets rather smeared with castor.

I would add a pipe extension to the drainage hole - similar to the air vent pipe on your photo - that would keep the castor away from the fuselage.

I saw the vid on your plane with amazement at how fast the TD051 pulls that bird and how well it throttles. I can estimate that it maneuvers excellently and I am already familiar with your excellent flight skills.

I could not agree more how good it would be to fly with many of us on the same field and exchange live experience.
Especially I, flying always completely alone, enjoy the solitude sometimes very much but would be equally happy to share experience. We do not have any flying club in my neighborhood and especially not one for small R/C planes for IC engines.

András, I have sometimes put a tube in the hole, but what happened to me, is that the tail of the model (this in flight) gets dirtier, since instead of running through the fuselage and remaining there, the tail is further embedded.
You have to evaluate that it is more complicated to clean later, if the belly of the plane or the tail of it.
Anyway, making the experiences makes one take the criterion that he prefers ...Smile
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Post  MauricioB on Fri Sep 08, 2017 9:27 am

I finished the second model, with the emblematic decoration of the well - known PT 19.
I hope you enjoy the video! Very Happy

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Post  TLAnderson on Fri Sep 08, 2017 9:02 pm

Bravo señor. Beautiful airplanes and nice background music in the video. Thumbs Up
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Post  Cribbs74 on Fri Sep 08, 2017 11:14 pm

They look great!
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