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Vecchio Austriaco28/02/2014 20:47:13
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I like that despite the fact that the poor pilot get's all the exhaust gasses into the cockpit. Probably it was a small engine and very much diluted by the air blown over by the prop.

now the question is - who should I follow? Lindsay/ Beb?

VA

Basil03/12/2019 09:18:37
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Hi, can anybody tell me about the pilot figure for the Dawn Flyer !!!!

The only reference to the figure is Lindsays reference; ' Parkzone Pilot'.

What is the scale and where is the best place to look?. Thank you in advance. Sarik who sell the kit do not stock pilots so I am up a gum tree.

I am also having trouble finding wheels as 'Flair' dont seem to be around!!!!! (3" are reccomended)

 

Thanks for any suggestions, well all that are physically possible.

Barry

Edited By Basil on 03/12/2019 09:30:09

Don Fry03/12/2019 09:25:36
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That's going to be about 1/8 scale. But the way to go is measure the width of the cockpit, for the shoulder width, and measure the shoulder width of an average bystander. The ratio gives the scale you need.

Jim Carss03/12/2019 18:20:33
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Basil

try here for your wheels

**LINK**

Basil04/12/2019 09:53:04
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Hi Jim, thanks for the link. Looks like just the Kiddie !!!

Regards Barry

Jim Carss04/12/2019 09:54:10
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yes

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