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Pat Johnston Ring Master 526 for a Horrizon Evo .36

Post  fredvon4 on Wed Jun 22, 2016 1:52 pm

The Pat J Ringmaster 526 SX-1 (new version) arrived and I am super impressed with the laser cutting, completeness, and contest wood selection...the RM Gold kit was very good but this kit is even better.

Pat even pre cut the 1/2" foam fuselage fillers, totally not necessary as a sheet of 1/2 foam could easily be cut to the fuselage cut out shapes in less than 2 minuets

I have never built a wing on a rod jig before so I got Pat's version of a wing jig and am much looking forward to setting it up to help me with ribblet positioning and alignment

I have too many projects right now so decided to build this RM late Fall through the low humidity early winter down here

This is a very well done bit of RM kit...

Now if I could just find a better way to taper/thin/airfoil a RM elliptical elevator

hints or how to ideas would be great...yes I searched

any hints on how to attach a PDF also
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Re: Pat Johnston Ring Master 526 for a Horrizon Evo .36

Post  Cribbs74 on Fri Jun 24, 2016 2:38 am

Lucky you!

Pat wouldn't cut me a full RM 576 kit he only cut me ribs and sent the plans. He also wouldn't fly with me when I was in his neck of the woods.
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Re: Pat Johnston Ring Master 526 for a Horrizon Evo .36

Post  Oldenginerod on Fri Jun 24, 2016 11:16 pm

Cribbs74 wrote:Lucky you!

Pat wouldn't cut me a full RM 576 kit he only cut me ribs and sent the plans. He also wouldn't fly with me when I was in his neck of the woods.
Mad Mad Mad Mad DAMMIT!
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