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Donít bin it, fix it!

Donít bin it, fix it!

Don't write off your ARTF, put it right with Peter Miller's crash repair course

Mike Etheridge 118/06/2017 22:13:52
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Seagull Challenger handed over to owner today. The plane is now ready for it's post crash maiden.

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Edited By Mike Etheridge 1 on 18/06/2017 22:14:34

Dwain Dibley.18/06/2017 22:32:47
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Looks the Dogs Mike, Very Well Done.

D.D.

Dave Bran19/06/2017 07:01:31
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NICE!!!!!! Upright engine, decent spread U/C, perfect hack.or it would be if the surfaces were bigger............wink

Peter Miller19/06/2017 08:00:01
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Posted by Dave Bran on 19/06/2017 07:01:31:

NICE!!!!!! Upright engine, decent spread U/C, perfect hack.or it would be if the surfaces were bigger............wink

I don't think so. IT is very close to my own designs with plenty ofwing area. In factit looked sogood that while I was trying to find inspiration I even tried for a kit review of the model.

I didn't get one and did find inspiration for my own design.

Bob Cotsford19/06/2017 09:09:55
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Posted by Dave Bran on 19/06/2017 07:01:31:

NICE!!!!!! Upright engine, decent spread U/C, perfect hack.or it would be if the surfaces were bigger............wink

Hooligan cheeky

Mike Etheridge 119/06/2017 17:50:57
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This is the Seagull Challenger prior to the crash. I have been paid in full for the repair and my wife given a bottle of fine wine for her patience with me spending a number of hours on the repair in our garage. She thought she deserved a crate !

https://youtu.be/vkd7eoPaZI0

Mike Etheridge 130/06/2017 20:44:03
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Following the crash and repair, the Seagull Challenger has had it's maiden flight.

https://youtu.be/y0ckFsCAIMY

Peter Miller01/07/2017 08:19:58
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It doesn't come up with that address

Ray Farrimond01/07/2017 08:21:26
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It did for me.

Ray

Peter Miller01/07/2017 08:41:12
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The Seagull Callenger first flight that came up when I put the address inwas put on Youube a month ago.

Ray Farrimond01/07/2017 08:46:40
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When I put it in it comes up with one on the 30th June.

Ray

David Davis01/07/2017 11:16:34
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I couldn't find the 30th June one either.

Ray Farrimond01/07/2017 11:51:33
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When I put it in the address bar this is where it goes,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0ckFsCAIMY&feature=youtu.be

Ray

Peter Miller01/07/2017 12:24:10
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I give up.

KiwiKid01/07/2017 13:04:38
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OK - we can do this wink

Peter Miller01/07/2017 14:38:45
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Now I can see it!!

Great!!

Phil Claridge02/07/2017 11:00:08
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do yuo want another one mikedevil. a repairable renegade (front bulk head and wing ribs) foc as beforewinkregards phil

Mike Etheridge 102/07/2017 23:05:06
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A kind offer Phil, but as you may have realised I have still to fly the Super Air and have not touched the Fun Fly yet. The third repairable plane you gave me I gave to a Bartons Point club member and he completed the repair and has flown the plane.

I am not sure how my wife would react if I bought another damaged plane home so I may need to adopt a sneaky plan. I know someone who now lives in Rustington, is that near you?

I gather the Challenger has flown six times today and has handled stunts particularly well.

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