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Post  Hye Flyer Tue Mar 21, 2023 1:50 pm

I just finished building the Big Otto. Ready for a Cox .049

It was a very easy build and the parts from my short kit all fit nicely.   The only thing I will change going forward is using 1/8” ply vs 1/8” balsa for the booms…. Balsa is a lot less strong these days and I had to fix both fins when they broke at assembly.  I was able to recreate the original decals as well.  I first used clear vinyl but after I applied them, I didn’t like the look (not really clear) so I opted for water-slide decals.  They both fuel-proof well with a bit of KlassKote clear gloss.   Now if this darn rain would just stop long enough to take ‘er for a whirl…

Other notes: Next time I build this I will keep the cylinder upright forgoing the need to cut the right fuse nose.

This has by far been my most popular bundle.

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Post  944_Jim Tue Mar 21, 2023 6:01 pm

I enjoyed the build on FB. Thanks for sharing here. I look forward to seeing flight video.

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Post  Kim Tue Mar 21, 2023 6:19 pm

       WOW!!!!!
BIG OTTO RULES!!!!!


      Great Job!!!
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