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eflightray18/10/2018 10:38:43
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A great plane, I eventually sold mine to make some room for another project, (never could get used to small modells).

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Peter Miller18/10/2018 10:46:36
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I had one many years ago.It had a Merco 61 in it, also a camera.

If you look at the wood sizes you should find that the cross sectional area in sq. 1/16ths will be about the same. i.e, 1/4" sq has 16 square 1/16ths so 1.5 times enlargement would result in 3/8 sq. which would be 36 sq. 1/16ths or over twice the cross sectional area while 5/16" sq would be 25 sq. 1/16s, about 1 1/2 times the cross sectional area which would seem about right.

eflightray18/10/2018 11:12:04
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Posted by David Mellor on 18/10/2018 10:41:01:

Hi Ray - your threads on the Majestic Major are one of the reasons I started this build!

Dave

 

Just checked, it was 16 years ago when I built mine, time flies faster than models now. wink

Ray.

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Stearman6518/10/2018 13:31:30
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1964 when I first saw one of these. It was over 10 years old then. It only came out on special occasions (hot sunny Sundays) with the owner & his wife carrying it assembled from their car to the flying field. Sadly both have passed now, but still in my memories. Salute to the late John Wood of ODMAC.

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brokenenglish19/10/2018 16:40:17
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David, I'm watching this with much interest, but I shall quietly look the other way when you get to the electrical bitsmiley

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