by B1Bomber on September 4th, 2011
Bob could you take a look at this youtube video http://www.enginehistory.org/merlin_xx.htm
The reason I am sending this video because I was thinking of a incredible aircraft model you could build with this engine for a scale RC model one aircraft comes to mind to me is the De Havilland Mosquito and the reason why the aircraft was made out of wood and I think an good project to research and see how this aircraft was build please let me know what you think and I under your hands are in a lot of pies maybe after the B1 I need to come up with the funding both engine will cost 20,000.00 Thank You
Bob, why don’t you slide the jaws of your clamps down and use their flat-faced surfaces as help to prevent that rocking motion caused by the curved bottoms of the spars
Talk about working your fingers to the bone. That was a good one Bob. Keep up the good work fellow Zombie Dude.
found this may help you in fliming
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