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Post  Kim on Mon Jun 24, 2019 8:31 am

Lot's of stuff happening in a hopscotch sort of way out in the shop.  
The Goldberg "Ranger 42" is flight-ready.  The sucker is way heavier than I wanted it to be, and may get it's tail reworked / lightened at some point so it won't need so much weight in it's nose to have a good CG location

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The Testor's Skyhawk is getting a new rudder and radio.  I haven't yet decided whether to install a "cheater elevator" or not.  Of course, the STRONG temptation is to go straight rudder only, but this would prevent me flying it in the confines of my front yard.  Gonna be a "mood thing" decision.  It's getting a little bit of cleaning, and it's Golden Bee is totally ready to rock.

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Uncle Wayne's Guillows P-47 is almost ready for color dope on the new silkspan under it's wing.  The plane was his "Flagship Effort" back in the day, and was never flown.  After a few decades of cooking in the up-stairs "Airplane Room" of his old farm house, the dark blue silkspan on the bottom of it's wing had "exploded" and peeled back, like super-delicate potato chips.  

Fortunately, the beautiful upper areas survived, though they're delicate as spider webs.  He wanted to see it fly, so, it's getting a healthy .049, and will have to be flown on asphalt or smooth concrete due the extremely delicate rubber-band model type landing gear.

I'm gonna make up a stooge that Wayne can operate without kneeling, to let him trigger the flight...which I intend to have some six cameras to cover.

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I was suddenly seized (nothing special...that happens a lot) with the urge to get "SinBot" ready for the Fall S.M.A.L.L., and so ventured into the Brown Recluse ruled territory of my storage shed to retrieve the old glider.  I have colorful "descriptors" for most of my planes, and SinBot is my "Most-Flown, Least Videoed/Photo'd Plane".

SinBot is a hybrid cross between a Berkeley "Sinbad" glider and a Zaic wing, built from the plans of a "Thermic" series glider.  The wing strongly resembles that of Dave Thornburg's Bird of Time, so it's name of SinBot.  

I made a short video of it flying years ago with a balky Pee Wee, that eventually straightened out and allowed a lot of good flights on the plane.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wQ7XqIIGAo&t=3s

Now, I've built a new engine pod to take one of the metal tanks and a good ole Tee Dee .020.  The plane just needs some patches (it also took the eviction of a good-sized Brown Recluse and her nest) and a receiver to fly again, and I'll have some new footage to post.

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Post  ticomareado on Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:50 am

You better hope for smooth flying and a real greasy landing with that l/g on the P-47. I don't have that much self-confidence in my skills; I'd take the l/g off and go hand launch on grass.
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Post  ticomareado on Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:52 am

Have you tested the radio gear on the Testors Skyhawk?
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Post  Marleysky on Mon Jun 24, 2019 1:06 pm

Whoo Who woo hoo! what a flight. I also think those wings from the BOT are better looking also. Very nice video enjoyed it very much.
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Post  getback on Mon Jun 24, 2019 3:08 pm

That Pee Wee was having some issues , but was clearing up , did'nt know if you were going to get out the yard there one time . The line up is Nice looks like you put a few hours into fixing up some old birds. Old Bugger
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Post  Kim on Mon Jun 24, 2019 5:12 pm

ticomareado wrote:Have you tested the radio gear on the Testors Skyhawk?

No, the Skyhawk didn't have a transmitter, and I haven't checked to see if any of my 27mhz radios are close to it's receiver. Looks like it's gonna get a 72 radio set with either one or two servos.
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Post  Kim on Mon Jun 24, 2019 5:16 pm

ticomareado wrote:You better hope for smooth flying and a real greasy landing with that l/g on the P-47. I don't have that much self-confidence in my skills; I'd take the l/g off and go hand launch on grass.

The plan is to get a totally calm day/evening, and 360° of asphalt, probably at the Cairo airport, on 25' of Spiderwire.
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Post  Tee Bee on Sat Jun 29, 2019 12:31 pm

You probably have one of the most awesome sets of model plane projects simultaneously in the works anywhere! All good stuff. If I was so fortunate as to have scored a Testors Skyhawk for only $4, I would be very tempted to add that "cheater elevator" to make the model more practical and to improve it's odds of successful flight. But hey, I could never be that lucky and it's your plane. Follow your "good mood" conscience. It seems to be working for you! Rock on, Kim!
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Post  Kim on Sat Jun 29, 2019 1:28 pm

Tee Bee wrote:You probably have one of the most awesome sets of model plane projects simultaneously in the works anywhere!  All good stuff.  !

Thanks Troy!!!

Now, if I could just stop being distracted by "other shiny stuff" long enough to get them in the air!

Think I'm gonna call this thing "Lil' Punpkin" (intended spelling)!!!! It's WILL be rudder only...I intend to employ the "Tony Accurso Torque Rod Mod"

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Post  Tee Bee on Sat Jun 29, 2019 2:14 pm

Very nice. The covering scheme is a close match to my first RC plane build, a Harley-themed Kadet Senior.
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Post  Tee Bee on Mon Jul 01, 2019 3:38 am

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Post  Kim on Mon Jul 01, 2019 7:01 am

WHOA!!!! THAT is one sharp Kadet !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Post  andrew on Mon Jul 01, 2019 8:25 am

You guys are killing me!! First Kim posts pics of a whole flock of birds, then Tee Bee comes up with a drop dead gorgeous SIG Senior. It's like model plane porn.

Years back I was camping at the Nationals (my gift to me) and walking around in the evening after the daily competitions were over and crowds had gone home. There were a couple of old guys in lawn chairs on the tarmac chatting and one had a transmitter sitting on the ground beside him. Overhead, a trimmed out Senior was flying in lazy circles and only occasionally got a glance from the guy "flying" it.
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Post  Tee Bee on Mon Jul 01, 2019 12:10 pm

Yep. Very stable model! It was my first RC plane. Spent 4 awesome months building it. Just followed the well written Sig manual except for the tailwheel conversion. Used pull-pull cables for the steering. My first RC flight was the maiden of that plane. None of that buddy box stuff, thank you. Power was a lowly OS .40LA with a 12oz tank that kept it up there forever. It provided hundreds of fun flights over the next 5-6 years but eventually was badly damaged in a garage incident. I still have it but the damage is pretty bad and doubt I will ever get around to rebuilding it. I need to strip the goodies out of it and just let it go but haven't been able to do that just yet. The cover scheme on Kim's plane brought back a lot of good memories.
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Post  Kim on Mon Jul 01, 2019 1:11 pm

Tee Bee wrote:It provided hundreds of fun flights over the next 5-6 years but eventually was badly damaged in a garage incident.  I still have it but the damage is pretty bad and doubt I will ever get around to rebuilding it.  I need to strip the goodies out of it and just let it go but haven't been able to do that just yet.  The cover scheme on Kim's plane brought back a lot of good memories.

Man, I HATE "garage incidents" ! I've had (including Mud Dabber) as many rebuilds due to heavy objects and gravity as having Earth get in my way!

It'd be great if you could replace the old pup with an identical new one !!!!

Yeah, Andras, years ago, we had a similar (and hilarious) incident with a Sportavia my bud Neal was "Flying", with it's transmitter laying on a table. He glanced up to check on his plane, and was alarmed to see it doing loops. Grabbing his transmitter in a blind panic, he was further panicked to have it ignore his commands, yelling, "I ain't got it!!"

I knew what had happened and yelled back that he was looking at my Sportavia and that his plane was way over the beans, cavorting around from his misguided attempts to control mine!

We all had a good laugh on that one.

I have that Sportavia today, and think about Neal every time I fly it.

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Post  Tee Bee on Mon Jul 01, 2019 4:45 pm

So I'm not the first guy to "fly" one of your planes mistakenly?! Smile
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Post  akjgardner on Mon Jul 01, 2019 6:21 pm

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Nice Covering Job Senior
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Post  Kim on Mon Jul 01, 2019 9:52 pm

Tee Bee wrote:So I'm not the first guy to "fly" one of your planes mistakenly?!  Smile

Nope!!!  Guess I just have that effect on people!!!! Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy


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Post  getback on Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:21 am

That is one Beautiful plane TeeBee!! Nothing better than fling some else's plane lol! lol! I Love This Forum!
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Post  Tee Bee on Tue Jul 02, 2019 10:50 am

Thanks for the kind words, guys! I have many fond memories surrounding that Senior. I taught my son to fly with it. I used to fly it a lot with my late friend, Larry, who passed away recently. We spent some great mornings flying that Senior and his Butterfly. Later on, it was used as a drop plane for my RC skydiver. I still have a smaller Seniorita that gets occasional flights. I apologize for taking over Kim's nice thread with my own exploits. Back to your shop, Kim!
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Post  Kim on Tue Jul 02, 2019 11:12 am

Tee Bee wrote:Thanks for the kind words, guys!  I have many fond memories surrounding that Senior.  I taught my son to fly with it.  I used to fly it a lot with my late friend, Larry, who passed away recently.  We spent some great mornings flying that Senior and his Butterfly.  Later on, it was used as a drop plane for my RC skydiver.   I still have a smaller Seniorita that gets occasional flights.  I apologize for taking over Kim's nice thread with my own exploits.  Back to your shop, Kim!

DUDE!!!!

This is great stuff!  Seems like any more, half the stuff in my shop is some sort of a memorial to good friends who've passed, so I'm all about this!

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Post  getback on Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:48 pm

Man its all GOOD !! I got one those Senorita and its a big bird 5' or so W/S (Swap meet) came with a Royal 25 i think without looking on it Got it for my son .
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Post  Kim on Tue Jul 02, 2019 9:17 pm

getback wrote:Man its all GOOD !! I got one those Senorita and its a big bird 5' or so W/S (Swap meet) came with a Royal 25 i think without looking on it Got it for my son .


Great plane !

I think I've been permanently "imprinted" in that, every time I hear "Senorita" applied to a model airplane, I instantly flash back to 2018 and the guys that brought their diesel-powered "Stinkerita" out for everybody to take a turn at flying!

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Post  getback on Wed Jul 03, 2019 11:29 am

lol! lol! lol! I needed that !!! Thanks I Love This Forum! Head Bang
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With the successful flights of the Ranger, some other projects are getting a boost.  So, here are some possibly boring notes, but it feels good to have some stuff done!

The storage locker rescue that I've named "Lil' Punkin" got it's magnetic pulse actuator swapped out for a servo.  

Copying Tony's mod on the Goldberg Jr. Falcon that Steve had given him, the plane's torque rod was left in place, with the servo mounted vertically.  A pin on the servo arm engages the torque rod and twists it to move the rudder as the actuator had.


The original actuator was mounted on a 1/16th ply card that slid into place, with it's insulated arm pushed through the torque rod.  Back in the day, this allowed a modeler to quickly swap it from one plane to another.

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At the plane's tail, the torque rod makes a 90° turn, and goes through a yoke on the rudder's trailing edge.  Moving the yoke up or down adjusts the rudder's throw.

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