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Yep I used Testors enamel to tint the epoxy the same colors (as close to the same colors as possible anyway) as the underside of elevators and ailerons when I glued in the Phenolic control horns on my Composite-ARF.RknRusty wrote:Great. That's what I was hoping to hear. Anywhere I use it will be less than super critical, strengthwise. Fillets and fuel proofing around the wing root, for instance.sdjjadk wrote:...Testors Enamel...
Here is a pic of the stab & elevators of my Comp.
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