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      Light Miniature Aircraft J-3
      Light Miniature Aircraft J-3

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      PA-10





      Registered: October 2004
      Location: Jacksonville, Fla.
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      This is a 100% scale J-3 replica in sitka srpuce and 1/8" mahogany plywood. For more info, see www.lightminiatureaircraft.com
      · Date: Thu February 10, 2005 · Views: 12,926
      · Filesize: 38.1kb, 1591.6kb · Dimensions: 1600 x 1200
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      Keywords: J-3 wood

  1.   Fri February 11, 2005 10:17am Rating: 10.00 
    1. Bugs66


      Registered: February 2004
      Location: Spokane WA
      Posts: 2,309

      Very cool! I wonder how these weigh compared to stock Cub? Keep up the great work!

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  1.   Fri May 6, 2005 5:30pm
    1. PA-10


      Registered: October 2004
      Location: Jacksonville, Fla.
      Posts: 115

      The empty weight is supposed to be a little less than a J-3 since it's intended to have a 2-cycle engine. Rotax and Hirth 65 hp engines weigh about 110-120# vs. over 200 for a C-65. Max gross is supposed to be 1100#.

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