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Reply #2 - Aug 12th, 2015 at 10:02pm

bigrip74   Offline
What did l do this time!
Austin, Texas

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Brenda, I am very interested to see your progress with the electric motor on this airplane.


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Reply #1 - Aug 12th, 2015 at 9:15pm

Sky9pilot   Offline
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Kelso, WA 98626 USA

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The Eindecker looks great!  Well done!  Glad to hear the building on the go is working out well for you!!
Keep us informed and we can't wait for some inflight pictures!  Good luck in Arizona!

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Aug 12th, 2015 at 4:50pm

Brenda   Offline
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Comet for life
Mineral Wells Texas

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So I've been busy doing all sorts of things. Work bench on side of RV is working out just fine. I'll be going to Quartzsite Az shortly for flying and building. I got a new dope spraying rig that works VERY well. Air compressor mounted inside rear compartment on RV running out to a touch up gun I got from Harbor Freight. Works a million times better than the Badger one I had before.

On to the plane, I got a kit from DPC for the Beginners Eindecker. Builds exactly like the orig one from Sterling. Kit doesn't come with wheels, motor or C/L horns. All the wood and wire is there. I installed a very modern Brodak electric setup just like I used in the twin. Press a button and FLY! I also got the Eindecker stick and tissue kit from DPC and I'm very impressed. Well everything I have ever got from DPC is amazing. ...

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