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The 'What did you do in your workshop tonight?' thread

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale RC General Discussions' started by Xpress, Sep 13, 2014.

  1. Wild man

    Wild man 70cc twin V2

    Just finished another little project painted and mounted floats on this Monster, LOL!!!!! just in time to fly off the side walk in the morning. before I blow the snow off the side walk with my leave blower. Temps in the morning here in Rapid City SD 6 degrees. This is the perfect plane to step out side fly for three minutes land and come right back in LOL!!!!!! Timber.jpg
  2. BalsaDust

    BalsaDust Moderator

    I love my UMX Timber and it fly's awesome off of floats. I have flown mine more since I got it than I have anything else in my fleet.
  3. Wild man

    Wild man 70cc twin V2

    I just ordered one of the new UMX Turbo Timber. This one has a larger motor and Beefier gear and a 3 blade prop also ordered floats for it will 3D with the floats on Great for a back yard plane LOL!!!!!
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  4. BalsaDust

    BalsaDust Moderator

    I’m thinking of getting one. If I do it may get the floats I have a be a water bird only and I will continue to trash my other UMX timber. Also thinking of ordering the more powerful motor for the stock one to wake it up more.
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  5. Wild man

    Wild man 70cc twin V2

    Here is one I did in my Work shop years Ago. A Scratch built Australian Nomad That I bought from a Very good friend of mine from Gillette Wyo that he crashed and I rebuilt it. the horizontal fin is a flying stab and the wing is three sections. The fuse is in two sections bolted together with four 6/32 machine screws The bottom was open that I dropped four large sky divers, that were radio controlled with directional shoots.One of the Featured Planes at the Rally of the Giants 2001 video. I flew this plane at many Airshow here in the North West for years, Finally Sold it to a friend here in Rapid City that owns Flags and Wheel's Amusement Center to put on display. I some times wish I had never sold it nomad.jpg
  6. Very cool.
  7. Snoopy1

    Snoopy1 640cc Uber Pimp

    Would you by any chance have any good good pictures of the fuselage connection. I would like to get rid of my minivan and get some thing else, and may have to split the fuselage to fit the new car or sell the planes.
  8. WMcNabb

    WMcNabb 150cc

    TN, USA
    Prepped the Python 100 for new Jersey Modeler fueling ports.

    Attached Files:

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  9. BalsaDust

    BalsaDust Moderator

    Haven’t done anything RC related with it yet but started learning a 3D design software called inventor. Really cool program but totally different from what I’m used too with 2D AutoCAD. 4D8D9CE0-1A68-4070-A55A-A4C95780315B.jpeg 06C86A35-8620-44D8-B063-9AE8758DDDE9.jpeg AD2268AB-ABE3-4F22-BA04-23C478669A04.jpeg A167D0AC-11F9-4D9E-AA9F-DC4172B91255.jpeg
  10. Wild man

    Wild man 70cc twin V2

    When I sold the Plane I also give the guy all the blue prints and molds for the engine cowlings, But I will look through all my photo's, and post them,if I have some. the two fuse square bulk heads had triangle 1/4 ply with blind nuts installed in the back half with the 1/4 ply triangle pieces with the holes for the machine screws in the front half The bottom of the front half of the fuse is open to drop the ski diver's which made it easy to bolt together, Oh and the rear head bulk has four line up dowels to insure line up
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