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SportCopter (Jim???) if you want to discuss or share PB4 balancing data files (in strict confidence) or track and balance procedures my email is [email protected]. I'd welcome feedback from a user like you. Mike Goodrich
Rick, Do you still make the electronic modules for my Mac 72hp? If not can you guide me in the direction to locate or make one myself?

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
Salut, je n'avais pas vu ton message, j'arrive pas à te repondre ca refuse plus de quelques mots , tu me reçois ?
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JETLAG03
J'ai également changé tous les roulements du train de roulement et tous les pneus et chambres à air car ils montraient également des signes ou de l'usure et de l'âge.

Remplacer également tous les boulons et écrous pour les rotors, la tête de rotor et les boulons de montage pour le mât et les plaques.
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JETLAG03
L'huile moteur et les filtres et bougies ont changé et bien sûr l'huile pour le réducteur.

En espérant que les pièces soient remises en place avant la fin janvier, puis, si nous avons plus de deux jours ensoleillés consécutifs, espérons commencer à la préparer pour l'air.
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JETLAG03
Comment se déroule le travail sur votre projet et où êtes-vous basé? Merde !!! maximum 420 lettres
You can reach Garth
through the Facebook page PRA chaprter 34
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okaneco1
contact Garth at 317-501-6195
Send me your number so he can recognize your number when you call, he doesn't answer most calls. He doesn't have voice mail or text.
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Resasi
Okaneco, Garth has emailed me the information on the build Log. Kind thanks for your help.
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okaneco1
You are welcome
salut,
your good self ... je me pisse dessus de rire
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JETLAG03
Salut Jean Michel.

comment va tu ??
ce que tu fair rire??
Nous sommes maintenant à la recherche de notre nouvelle maison, donc pas beaucoup de temps pour mon autogire.

Une fois que nous aurons trouvé notre maison, j'aurai le temps de me consacrer à l'autogire et j'espère ensuite pouvoir vous rencontrer avec Charles et discuter et voir comment vous gérez vos autogires.

Cordialement

phil (de fer)
Hi Vince. I am on the hunt for a new gyro. Your Air Command is one of the gyros I am interested in. As you can probably appreciate, I don't like to play games. Thus, Rather than a bunch of time wasting negotiation, would you just let me know what you are expecting to get for it?
Larry, do you have a number I can reach you at? I have a couple of Gyro based question on an RAF, and I understand you are quite respected with these machines.
Hey Mike, Jay Boyce here, I live just over the Ma line in Barre Ma. You are probably one of the closest gyro guys to me. Were you part of the Yankee rotors crew? I would like to get in touch with Al and John, great guys. I'm building a gyro now and hopefully will be flying soon. Just saying hi
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multimike
Unfortunately John has past away recently. The PRA chapter is no longer.
Al is flying a Searay and enjoying life and is working on his Aircommand Gyro with a Yamaha engine conversion. I am replacing my gyro engine (from MZ202 to a Weber 750 four stroke. I may try to get my biennial flight review at Crow Island, MA in 2020 if possible. I built my gyro from scratch and let me know if I can be of any help.
Mike
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DangerBird
Mike, thanks for the update. Very sorry to hear about John, He was a great guy and a lot of fun to have around. I am at Crow island on weekends, hope to meet you there. I'm just finishing my current gyro project. I'm looking at the Yamaha RX1. Would love to compare notes.

Jay
Hello Doug, Jay Boyce here hope all is well with you, I haven't talked with you in a while. Quick question, when we were flying gyrobees I thought I used Aluminum for the cheek and keel plates, now after 10 or more years I read Ralph said to use Stainless. I know this was in a thread not too long ago. I'm rebuilding a Soma now and might make some new plates, What should I buy for metal

Jay
Brian Jackson
Brian Jackson
Hello Jay.

I know this message was to Doug but I saw it on the home page and thought I'd respond since nobody hadn't yet. I posed the same question quite some time back and was told that in lieu of the 1/8" stainless I could substitute 3/16" 6061-T6, which is what I did with mine. A little late to the party but hope this helps.

Cheers,

Brian
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DangerBird
Hello Brian, Thank You for the reply, This helps a lot. Just getting ready to order some aluminum. I was thinking of using double 1/8" plates for extra safety but I think 3/16 will be ok. Another quick question, Where can I send my rotorhead to have a prerotator gear and new bearings installed?

Thank You Much

Jay
Brian Jackson
Brian Jackson
Hello Jay. Sorry I can't be more help on the rotorhead issue, as I have not gotten that far on my build yet. However the thicker plates will be more robust than doubling the thinner ones because, being all one piece, there's no separation between the inner and outer layers.
I have dominator unfinished project more than likely will never finish its roller engine mount is not entirely committed yet
your friends are right this is not easy project to start from scratch. roller frame, seat tank , pod , wooden tail from plans, head , hydraulic prerotator setup, and other extras if your interested
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Smack
Howdy Craig.
I've started a small team (of 2 or 3) and we are embarking on the design/build route and I am really enjoying it.
Maybe if you are not asking much, I could be interested in your Dominator.
If possible, please send pictures and how much you would like for your project.
Thanks for reaching out, sorry I do not seem to notice these profile postings immediately.
Brian
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