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Scale RCM 1/3 Scale Champ Build

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale Scratch and Kit Build Threads' started by TonyHallo, Jan 5, 2019.

   
  1. Bartman

    Bartman Defender of the Noob!

    Excellent work Tony, keep going! lol
     
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  2. dhal22

    dhal22 GSN Sponsor Tier 1


    Yes it is.
     
  3. stangflyer

    stangflyer I like 'em "BIG"!

    Very nice work there Tony. I am really interested to know what your thoughts of the RotoMotor are. I have heard mixed reviews. I would love to have a 130fsi to compare to the Kolm. My guess is it would be the difference between a DA 150 and a 3W 157. Just no contest and a hands down winner for the "Beast Dub".
    As much as I dislike standoffs, there are some cases where a guy just simply has no options. Take for example the Kolm 150 and the Behemoth Stang. I am going to have to use them so that I can space the engine at the proper distance. They will be short, for sure. But still a stand off. I would much rather prefer mounting the engine straight and "flat" to the firewall. I guess we're going to find out about the torsional twists also. I will need to design, (custom fit to the DS Mustang) cross bracing to support the weight of the 150 tres cylinder.

    That said Tony, beautiful work brother.:yesss:
     
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  4. TonyHallo

    TonyHallo 70cc twin V2

    There's not a lot of reviews out there and I have read those I could find. What made my decision easy was two or three years ago I seen a Roto 85 in a Hanger 9 Super Decathlon and performed great. I can't wait to see. Might have to set it up in a stand?
     
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  5. Snoopy1

    Snoopy1 640cc Uber Pimp

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    Looks good and somebody has taken the time to build a very clean engine the cylinders are machined casings is nicely coated. Everything on it says it is a quality engine. Looking forward to you running it.
     
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  6. TonyHallo

    TonyHallo 70cc twin V2

    My trip to the Lebanon flee market yielded a Hostetler Cessna Aerobat 150 short kit and plans along with a 33% W. E. Technical Piper PA 22 Tripacer cowl and wheelpants. Both for $60.00. I'm pretty sure the cowl and wheel pants were made by Fiberglass Masters that is no more, both are blue colored polyester resin, a little on the heavy side but I'm quite pleased. So now I got to buy the plans for PA 22 and cowl for Cessna while they are available. I really don't know what to build next?
     
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  7. Nice scores!
     
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  8. Snoopy1

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    There still seems to some kits around your area they have become very scarce in mine, a lot of the old 40 and 60 siz but nothing in the 70 to 100cc.
     
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  9. TonyHallo

    TonyHallo 70cc twin V2

    Kits are becoming harder and harder to find for sure. I ordered the cowl and wheel pants for the Aerobat this morning from Fiberglass Specialties. Sent a note off the WE Technical as well. You never know when the suppliers will go away.
    Spent the day playing cards, nothing accomplished today.
     
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  10. stangflyer

    stangflyer I like 'em "BIG"!

    What is crazy too, is that when you do find a good kit still in existence the person holding it seems to think it is worth a million dollars. I understand rare kits are hard to find and will cost a little more when found. But sometimes it is so ridiculous. I have located two older Top Flite kits that I have been wanting for quite some time. One being the old Red Box P-40. Why? Because I sure miss the one I had when I first began flying so many years ago. A little special to my heart. The other being a Stinson Reliant. Dang, I want them so bad. But just not up to building another plane for a long time. And too, they want too much for them. Besides, I just really don't think I can stuff a Kolm in them. LMAO
     
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