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Andy Meade15/05/2018 10:29:17
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A nice find. It looks very similar to the HET one, though I don't know why the bulkheads wouldn't be installed?

DH Comet here if you fancy a racer

A nice F100 "Hun" here, would look great skimming low over the Orme, popping stores into the bombing circle

Alan Gorham_15/05/2018 10:47:12
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I think EJF were Electric Jet factory, a US concern who made their models more as kits than ARTF like HET did.

Just think of the fun you could have sliding all the formers into place blind and then neatly applying a nice neat bead of hysol all around. You can't buy that!

Andy Meade15/05/2018 10:51:44
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True, no idea how to get my Rafale to fly yet though. C of G ended up 2 inches behind recommended spot, and still needed every bit of up I could get. Ugh, might make it someone else#s problem and flog it on here laugh

Alan Gorham_15/05/2018 10:55:10
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Is yours the HET model then Andy, or the Aeronaut one? You could always submit and shove two fans in.

Flyer15/05/2018 10:57:21
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Posted by Andy Meade on 15/05/2018 10:51:44:

True, no idea how to get my Rafale to fly yet though. C of G ended up 2 inches behind recommended spot, and still needed every bit of up I could get. Ugh, might make it someone else#s problem and flog it on here laugh

I'll give that one a miss Andy lol, already need a bigger hangar! angel

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Andy Meade15/05/2018 11:02:37
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Mine is a HET version, imported by Dirk Tink for me last year. I will persevere, as I'm not really into powered things that much.

Alan Gorham_15/05/2018 11:15:25
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Have you tried it in really good lift?

Andy Meade15/05/2018 11:16:37
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I thought it was pretty good on Sunday to be honest, more than enough (in my opinion) for a 2lb aircraft.

Alan Gorham_15/05/2018 11:27:16
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I was just thinking about the draggy intakes rather than the AUW. Seemed quite stable and predictable from what I saw but just didn't go.

Andy Meade15/05/2018 11:33:06
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If it was getting pushed back or flying slowly, I'd say yes intakes might get opened out. I can't see how that would affect the up-trim though.

Andy Meade16/05/2018 16:57:29
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A complete Provost kit here on the BMFA classifieds

KiwiKid17/05/2018 01:31:42
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Posted by Andy Meade on 15/05/2018 11:33:06:

If it was getting pushed back or flying slowly, I'd say yes intakes might get opened out. I can't see how that would affect the up-trim though.

Hi Andy, could it be an incidence issue with the canards?

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Andy Meade17/05/2018 03:05:31
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I don't think so - these are set in the factory by virtue of stubs on the moulds setting their AoA and Dihedral.

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