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Sport Name That Plane!

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale Scratch and Kit Build Threads' started by Stevendavis, Sep 28, 2020.

  1. Most training type aircraft had 2 to3 degrees of down thrust
     
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    Stevendavis 70cc twin V2

    Yep, and I've read where some have as much as 10* on this one, depending on the engine they use. I've got a little more done on it. And I've got most of the covering off of the fuse. The wood under the covering was super gooey. I spent a couple hours just getting all the goo off with alcohol and acetone. The front end was also broken up pretty bad and glued back together. The fuse is not very square anymore. It really needs a new one, but I think I'm going to fix this one up as much as possible and just re-use it.
     

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  3. Almost reminders me of a Great Planes Trainer
     
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    Stevendavis 70cc twin V2

    I think the wing bolt method was a mod the original builder added on this one. I'm pretty sure it's usually built with dowels and rubber bands for the wing attachment.
     
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