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Old 12-27-2017, 09:47 PM
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Default SOLD: Trutrak DigiFlightII w/Servos

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New TruTrak DigiFlightII w/Servos... $1,500
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Old 12-28-2017, 11:19 AM
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FYI
the screws holding the servo arms will need to be replaced with bolts that can be safetied. I had mine come loose.
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Old 12-28-2017, 12:31 PM
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Thanks for the safety tip, Fred.

Aside: I'm really enjoying your bird, N313RV, and I must say that your attention to build detail on this bird is simply outstanding and I'm incorporating a number of your innovations in my -3 build. (Working on cowl now) Any idea what happened to this?



For the benefit of the community, following is a photo from Fred's build log.
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Old 12-29-2017, 08:08 PM
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Ernie,
Nope, don't know what happened to the open cockpit frame after I sold the aircraft.
If you proceed to make an open cockpit version, (like I did) I feel the windscreen should be lowered slightly, (look at some motorcycle windscreens that work well).
We did feel a slight buffeting in our rudder with the windscreen as tall as ours was.
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Vans RV4, s/n 2578, purchased, flying
Vans RV3B, s/n 11366, built, flown, sold
turbine Mini500 helicopter, built, flown, destroyed thankfully
Swearingen SX300 co-builder, flown, sold
Vans RV4, s/n 37 built, flown, sold
Thorp T18, built, flown, sold
WAR 1/2 scale Corsair replica, built, flown, sold
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