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    After hundreds of landings on rocks, larger than...

    After hundreds of landings on rocks, larger than softballs, the Acme Black Ops shocks have proven themselves amazing. I can immediately get on the brakes, and turn to avoid an obstacle. Landing on...
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    Wow ! Another great post from years ago by MCS...

    Wow ! Another great post from years ago by MCS Repair. Wish I had time to read all of them. I made up some homemade dies to go into my 24" Roper Whitney bead roller and had a great time kicking...
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    Not real.

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    Lift Helmets --START-- at $3250 with a Bose A20...

    Lift Helmets --START-- at $3250 with a Bose A20 !!!!!???????? You can add a strap on lense for $80 !!!
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    Will Poly Tak lift the Sem Primer or Paint ?

    Will Poly Tak lift the Sem Primer or Paint ?
  6. Thread: Elevator spring

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    What is the purpose of the spring ?

    What is the purpose of the spring ?
  7. Steve, Thanks for the 2 great posts above. ...

    Steve,

    Thanks for the 2 great posts above. REAL DATA !!! and sound installation tips.

    I use liquid nitrogen ( -320 ) to install bearings, plugs and etc. without having to pound or press...
  8. Thread: Exhaust Advice

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    [QUOTE=reliableflyer;751832][QUOTE=Jonnyo;751826]...

    [QUOTE=reliableflyer;751832][QUOTE=Jonnyo;751826]



    i don’t think it would be wise to take the hot forced air from the cabin heat system and put it into the carb heat intake. The carb heat...
  9. Thread: Exhaust Advice

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    [QUOTE=cruiser;739666]I do not believe this is...

    [QUOTE=cruiser;739666]I do not believe this is correct. The cabin heat is taken off the entire muffler under the can via Ram air. The carb heat is taken of the end of the muffler, outside of the can,...
  10. Thread: Real Carbon Cub

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    Bruin Cub

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    Hello,

    I've been watching this new design for a little while now. Anybody out there have a better view of it than I have from Fairbanks Alaska, in the middle of the Winter?

    The link...
  11. Thread: 35s

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    You are running 4" brakes, with adapters, on 31"...

    You are running 4" brakes, with adapters, on 31" tires and you can turn 2300 RPM and stay locked up?

    Please, tell us what engine/prop and which master cylinders.
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    Hello Darrel, The link to the airfoil data...

    Hello Darrel,

    The link to the airfoil data (after only 6 years ) is no longer working. Any leads on other good sources ?

    thanks,

    Jonny
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    Having the fuel selector right next to the trim...

    Having the fuel selector right next to the trim handle seems like a bad idea. Flying around in the Winter with a thick coat on, it's easy to catch it as you add trim. The detents on my fuel...
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    Hey Guys, My tanks are always on both, unless...

    Hey Guys,

    My tanks are always on both, unless I am parked on a hill and then they are off. It would be great to read a list of pro's and con's to running Left and Right or Both.

    thanks,
    ...
  15. Thread: My SQ2 Mods

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    Oliver, Do you have a strain gauge ? It would...

    Oliver,

    Do you have a strain gauge ? It would be extremely interesting to get some "data" on the results. On my tabs, so that I can go as light as possible, I use the thinnest size that has...
  16. Thread: My SQ2 Mods

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    Oliver, What size is the rope in the photos?...

    Oliver,

    What size is the rope in the photos? 3/8 or 1/4?

    When I splice nylon or poly rope, I use a fid and bring the tail in and out, on opposite sides of the main line. The tail is inside...
  17. Thread: Tach issues

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    Hey Guys, I installed a new mechanical tack...

    Hey Guys,

    I installed a new mechanical tack cable a few years ago. Before flying in the Winter at -20, I cleaned out the thick factory grease and put in light synthetic grease. The snowmachine...
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    It looks like as you are descending and slowing...

    It looks like as you are descending and slowing down, your elevator starts to significantly loose its downforce compared to the wing at around 3 seconds. This causes the airplane to pitch to a more...
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    I have 3 A model fuselages for sale and 2 sets of...

    I have 3 A model fuselages for sale and 2 sets of data plates that belong to the frames I have. One is bare and been in a jig and the other two have recent new longerons and ok fabric.

    I have 3...
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    Ha! I just hauled a load of personal items from...

    Ha! I just hauled a load of personal items from Alexandria, where I grew up 40 years ago. I have really nice AG model fuselog, a set of squared off wings and all of the parts, except an engine. I...
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    Is picture 3, your adjustable incidence? Please...

    Is picture 3, your adjustable incidence? Please post more pictures of this mod and give us updates on your adjustments.

    Thank you. Jonny
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    Thanks for the detailed post. Really good info...

    Thanks for the detailed post. Really good info here.
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    The hitch pin clips work great on the axle. ...

    The hitch pin clips work great on the axle.

    Thanks for the post.
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    Olibuilt mentioning moving the seat slide release...

    Olibuilt mentioning moving the seat slide release to the right side of the seat is another great idea by him. It will make maintenance with the spring and catch easier.

    A stock Supercub seat can...
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    Putting the lever for releasing the slide for the...

    Putting the lever for releasing the slide for the seat on the right side MAKES WAY TOO MUCH SENSE !!!!!!! Having to reach over the seat and most of the time having to pull out the seat cushion; is...
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