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LSP_Ron last won the day on February 5

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  1. Wow, that's going to be huge. 4 1/2 feet long (1.3m)
  2. I couldn't agree more, I absolutely hate flying on them. Terribly uncomfortable. I specifically never fly Air Canada to Houston just because of that aircraft.
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    Looks like they still had a little stroke of bad luck. The center section that landed on the drone ship fell over in rough seas after successfully landing https://ca.yahoo.com/news/spacex-falcon-heavy-center-core-023439082.html
  4. Ok that's pretty nice Great work Dave
  5. I googled it A26 70' wing x 50' fuse Mossie 54' wing x 44' fuse
  6. I personally don't like rubber tires on models, they are tough to weather and age. I also don't like exaggerated bulged tires. Flattened contact patches are definitely a must for me though
  7. I think it's time to put this thread to rest. Ron
  8. I have never had the kit but having been on staff almost as long as the kit is old and I've seen countless threads over the years that the kit landing gear will not support the model. G-Factor landing gear is apparently a must but can be difficult to find at times..... although I see Sprue Bros does have them in stock right now http://store.spruebrothers.com/product_p/gfm32001.htm
  9. Bloomberg https://ca.yahoo.com/finance/news/boeing-737-max-defense-just-102350287.html From what I have read on all of this, the MCAS moves the entire tailplane using the jack screw we've heard so much about to pitch the nose down. Makes one wonder if just switching it off doesn't tell this jack screw to level the nose again and pilot input to just the elevators isn't enough throw to pull out
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