SLICK 360-35" - future orders

Re: SLICK 360-35" - future orders

PostPosted: Mon Jan 11, 2021 7:38 pm

Problem is, I damn near want all the slabs i see...almost. At least I have the primo.
So the moj came out before the primo?
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Re: SLICK 360-35" - future orders

PostPosted: Mon Jan 11, 2021 7:43 pm

kamlooper wrote:Problem is, I damn near want all the slabs i see...almost. At least I have the primo.
So the moj came out before the primo?


better put backsliders slide48 on the list too.great all around flying plane.
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Re: SLICK 360-35" - future orders

PostPosted: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:09 pm

Primo 40, check
Wagas yak , check
Mojo 60-- next
GBR 50-- probably
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Re: SLICK 360-35" - future orders

PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2021 10:50 am

Got my slick 35 plans,look very nice. A good bit of small parts to cut,but not to hard,wish i had the touch that some of you guys do cutting parts. My son has a 3d printer,8in print,says it can print carbon,anyone done that. Ordered 6 tubes from goodwins, shipplng the same so buy ahead. Think a lot of there tubes,but guess we dont use many,well Heinz 57 does,he be on a roll. On the printing,l be talking ribs and curved parts,guess long parts make in 2 sections,glue together.
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Re: SLICK 360-35" - future orders

PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2021 1:42 pm

What are your guys thoughts on carbon tubes for pushrods? My music wire rudder control in tube always seems to be lacking.
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Re: SLICK 360-35" - future orders

PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2021 8:55 pm

solv3nt wrote:What are your guys thoughts on carbon tubes for pushrods? My music wire rudder control in tube always seems to be lacking.


Carbon tube pushrods are ideal. I would use 2/56 size on this plane. A .157 tube is perfect for 2/56 threaded rods. Just JB weld the threaded rods into the .157 tube.
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Re: SLICK 360-35" - future orders

PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2021 2:36 am

yeah, mojo around 2004. that's the plane that caused the rcpoo departure when dion teeny weeny cini bitched to vigod that pauly was getting free advertising doing build threads. little bitch.

primo and lamyak came out about 2 years later, almost same time, as paul's and my ideas on what would make the mojo better, basically thinner airfoil, tail moved back an inch, side fuse area balanced a little better.
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Re: SLICK 360-35" - future orders

PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2021 8:34 pm

Been 17 years,still top notch planes,you all did very well lndeed,thanks for giving us so much fun,in all sizes,now we need the same using foam i think. And how to do it,wf books,retirement income,how to build foam 60 mojo with plans and instructions. :tu: :tu:
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