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  1. Barron 64
    01-28-2013 11:29 AM
    Barron 64
    Sorry Arnie. Been busy as heck. Thanks !
  2. Arnie Madsen
    04-04-2012 06:32 AM
    Arnie Madsen
    Take your spam somewhere else bamfelez
  3. bamfelez
    04-03-2012 01:46 PM
    hello arnie im bob and looking for a/w95 plane or other personal helicopter to made
    ofcourse i have downloaded furi plane but i need aplayable detailes to made actual one to flay with it ,can you help me
  4. Barron 64
    05-09-2011 11:33 AM
    Barron 64
    Thanks Arnie
  5. Arnie Madsen
    04-20-2011 04:20 AM
    Arnie Madsen
    Thanks Mike and Ed. Those were great stories Ed and I am glad you posted them on the forum for everybody. Like Homer Bell said "we all started on Scorpions" and you are one of the few who actually got one flying properly. Thanks again for the history. Keep the stories coming.
  6. BobK
    09-22-2010 08:54 AM
    Hea Arnie, Did you want the other generator thread? boB
  7. kolibri282
    05-08-2010 11:46 AM

    thanks for your reply concerning coaxial rotors. It's good
    to know that some people find that stuff usefull.

    "Hals und Beinbruch!" to you!
    (This is the accepted way to wish good luck, although
    that means "Break a leg and your neck!", well a bit
    queer but it has been used by german pilots for many
    years ..;-)


  8. Jazzenjohn
    08-31-2009 07:39 AM
    Hey Arnie, What's going on? Are you going to Shelbyville in Sep. ? I'm thinking of going this year. I've never been, but I've been told it is a great fly-in.

    Have you thought about replacing the small heim joints with a little bit bigger ones on your control rods? Ground tested your tail yet? I'm going to try and set up a video camera to view mine inflight to see if it behaves during different types of flight.

    I'm still tweaking my gyro. I'm satisfied with the cooling based on the reports from other HKS owners saying it will cool down even more when I get a few hours on it. I'm going to redo the prerotator to get a bigger reduction. It works now, but is really anemic on no wind days, fortunately we haven't had many lately. I have 10 hours on it now. I'm getting 2.5 GPH fuel burn flying regular and can get 2 GPH if I'm a little more careful or I'm cruising instead of yanking and banking. Take Care, John

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  • About Arnie Madsen
    Bell 47 G2
    Helicopter pilot , also interested in Gyroplanes and Gyrocopters. . Avid reader and book collector , especially helicopter pioneers . I admire innovators , entrepreneurs , inventors , and those who try new ideas. Raised on a farm , conservative , christian , and thankful. I love the truth wherever it takes me. Helicopter pilots only tell true stories . Just ask one.
    Real Name
    Arnold Madsen
    Southport Aerospace - Manitoba Canada
    Helicopter - Piston - Solo Pilot permit Bell 47 G2
    Semi-retired 25 years Auto-body painter & collision shop owner.
    Primary Airport
    Trained by Vega Helicopters at St. Andrew's Airport (North of Winnipeg Manitoba Canada)


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