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Post  Cribbs74 Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:59 pm

Jim graciously sold me his Stork and now that I am done with the Satan I decided to give it a go.

This is a Brodak kit and has a built up leading edge. If you find the pics of the original crash damage in Jim's Stork thread you can
see the wing snapped at the leading and trailing edges so using ideas I picked up here I Epoxied packaging paper strips across the leading edge and the trailing edge. I also made 1/32 plywood doublers to extend the ones provided in the kit past thee wing as the fuse is weak in that area.

The Stork is huge with a 36" span I wonder how the TD .049 pulls it around, seems like a .09 would do a better job. I was told it flies well though so we shall see. I took a picture with the 19" span Li'l Satan to give an idea of the size.

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Post  JPvelo Sat Nov 10, 2012 11:52 pm

Last photo I took of the stork before the crash was with my Lil' Satan. Beware the satans bad mojo!
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Post  Cribbs74 Sun Nov 11, 2012 4:45 am

JPvelo wrote:Last photo I took of the stork before the crash was with my Lil' Satan. Beware the satans bad mojo!
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lol!

There's no doubt in my mind this one will eat some dirt. I just try and minimize crash damage and hope for the best.

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