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Installing Hinges Made Easy — Tips from Gerry’s Workshop

Monday, March 31st, 2014

The theme of one of my Build-alongs, a Florio Flyer 60 has remained really renouned on a MAN website. we started by opening a box and building a plane, eventually covering it and drifting it to uncover all a techniques compulsory to build a indication aeroplane from a kit. When it comes to hinges, we used DuBro […]

Inverted Harrier Into a Torque Roll

Monday, March 31st, 2014

Here’s a really fun maneuver that’s generally achieved low to a ground.  After all, aerobatic pilots suffer a adrenaline rush of behaving tighten to a belligerent and in this scheme we get a combined rush of behaving it inverted.  Jason Benson will give we a walkthrough on behaving a inverted harrier into a torque roll. With these […]

Spray Painting Made Easy

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Here’s a good workshop technique from editor Gerry Yarrish’s workshop. The products might have altered though today, portrayal your indication aeroplane with “rattle can” obscurity paint is a reduction costly choice than regulating an atmosphere compressor and an automotive touch-up gun or a HVLP (High Volume, Low Pressure) rig. When we start building models that have shaped […]

40 Days of Top Gun Photos

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Top Gun 2014 starts Apr 30th.  Last year we attended holding many photos of a event, over a subsequent 40 days we will post ( twitter @carllayden) a new print from final years event. Sleepy Jean P-47 flown by Brian O’Meara Mark Frankel’s T-34 flown by John Glezellis. Mike Selby’s SAAB J-29 2013 leader for […]

The Stall Turn

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

The case spin is one of those maneuvers that can be flown with only about any airplane. When achieved rightly and with control, a case spin will get courtesy each time it is performed.  But how do we master it? The brief answer is lots of practice. But training a scold hang movements during a […]