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11-21-2003, 09:38 AM
I would like to find out a phone number I can call to subscribe to this magazine. I told Don Parham I would sign up at ROC, but never got the chance. I would also be interested in getting back issues. Somebody please help me!!! <br>Winter is here and I need more reading material. I don't want to do those home winter projects....
11-21-2003, 09:47 AM
Chris,<br><br>The phone number to RFI Publishing (Hombuilt Rotorcraft Magazine) is (918) 823-4610, FAX (918) 823-4690.<br><br>If I thought for a moment that you could stay under the Part 103 limit, I would suggest you mount ski's to your bird. * ;D<br><br>Don
11-21-2003, 11:41 AM
Nice picture, Chris.<br><br>Today I flew my gyro...wearing a t-shirt.http://www.rotorcraft.com/forums2/images/smilesillytongue.gif
11-21-2003, 11:47 AM
Yeah Chris it was almost 80 here is Charlotte N.C. today and hardly a cloud in the sky. Unlimited visabilty. That must be a old pic because no way you got snow already!
11-22-2003, 03:37 AM
I don't know Ron. He lives farther north than I do and we had snow in the forcast for the day before Holloween. Plus, he's also closer to the lake effect snow area than I am. In fact, the Nazi weather man is calling for snow for this comming Tuesday.<br><br>Don
11-22-2003, 10:06 AM
there is really a magazine called Homebuilt Rotorcraft??<br><br>Do they have a web site?<br><br>Is it mostly heli's?
11-23-2003, 04:06 AM
Yeah, that was an old photo. Yesterday was beautiful. <br>Our computer crashed, but a friend just got us back in business. Here is a pic from yesterday of my new project. <br><br>Don't have any money to powdercoat, like John's KB-2. Might just polish everything up. Thanks for the manual John. I'll be installing an EA-81 direct drive with Tenn. wood prop.
11-23-2003, 04:21 AM
John, whats up with this manual?Where's the part about Sub install?
11-23-2003, 07:14 AM
Chris, I'm thinking you should stand on you head to read that manual, maybe that trip was too strange. ;D Phil
11-23-2003, 09:35 AM
Chris,<br><br>She looks good ;) *I am very curious to see how the Sub works with it.<br><br>BTW- *If you notice, there isn't anything in there about VW install iether.<br><br>Is that the tail your running with? *If so, what ya gonna do about a horizontal?<br><br>John-
11-23-2003, 09:38 AM
Also,<br><br>Love your slip indicator? I ordered one from aircraft spruce. Hasn't showed up yet ;D<br><br>Powercoating wasn't that expensive. I had a speed shop do mine for $400.<br><br>john-
11-23-2003, 03:43 PM
Powercoating wasn't that expensive. *I had a speed shop do mine for $400.<br><br>John, Chris, and guys -- <br><br>you can get the supplies to do your own powdercoating from The Eastwood Company. I've used a pizza oven for drying before -- they sell infrared lights for big parts, like gyro airframes. <br><br>http://www.eastwoodco.com/department.asp?dep_key1=pwct&SKW=FHCOAT<br><br>don't miss all the links on the left of this kinda busy page. <br><br>cheers<br><br>-=K=-
11-24-2003, 02:29 AM
Thanks Kevin,<br><br>BTW Chris...Where is your ring gear? Are you not adding a prerotator and rotor brake or have you not gotton that far yet?<br><br>John-
11-24-2003, 10:23 AM
John, a freind bought this kit many years ago with intent to start as a glider(see the cheek plates?). I have all the powered stuff too. Just missing alot of nuts & bolts. He then gave it to another guy. Then it was offered to me for $2000. I grabbed it. I have the Sub mounts. Also brand new Brock blades.<br><br> I want the nose wheel steerable. I want prerotator & brake. Depending on money I may go without for now. It came with factory built tail & rock gaurd. I don't think I'll use a stab. I learned to fly my AC447 HTL without one & Ken never used one! My nostalgic machine! Can't wait till you get soloed in your QUEEN machine. There sure is beauty in clean & simple!
11-24-2003, 11:06 AM
Yours is very beautiful. Just out of the blue, would you consider selling as is? How much. I know a guy who may be interested. May not be. Who knows.<br><br>Mine has been elevated from "Trailer Queen" to "Hanger Queen" thank you very much ;D<br><br>john-
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