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    Quote Originally Posted by pescador View Post
    Awesome stuff, I been using it more and more.


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    it def does a superb job with battery trays and anything else that doesn't need an immovable mounting.
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  2. #122

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    There's a hole at the center of earth where the rest of the world sinks but i stand still...

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    I might try a tube of the glue used to hold side car windows into their slots. That stuff is crazy. I did a window in my old*!**Pontiac and*!**that stuff was brutal to get off anything once cured. Might need to do same thing on my 02 Monte Carlo and there is always leftovers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray schrauwen View Post
    I might try a tube of the glue used to hold side car windows into their slots. That stuff is crazy. I did a window in my old*!**Pontiac and*!**that stuff was brutal to get off anything once cured. Might need to do same thing on my 02 Monte Carlo and there is always leftovers.
    Yup, window urethane. Just be careful, as it’s really messy stuff, it’s a lot thicker and firmer, and may be more expensive. Also, if you ever need to remove them, good luck. That won’t be any easy job. The silicone was $10 shipped and held 6s packs mounted to the floor of my Df pirate 35 mono.
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    Today was sunny so I got a pretty decent pic. Tonight I started trying to do the rudder linkage and mount servo, and I realize I need to move it back to the right side like I originally wanted to. I’ll get into more detail about my reasons why with my next update.
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    Very nice! What prep was needed on the FG cowl before primer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luck as a Constant View Post
    Today was sunny so I got a pretty decent pic. Tonight I started trying to do the rudder linkage and mount servo, and I realize I need to move it back to the right side like I originally wanted to. I’ll get into more detail about my reasons why with my next update.
    E83F3871-E116-4D72-A348-74BAA307240E.jpg
    That is a nice colour. Really ‘pops’ in the sun

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    Nice paint job. Looks like an old school candy paint. What did you use for the base, gold or silver or what?
    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray schrauwen View Post
    Very nice! What prep was needed on the FG cowl before primer?
    just gave it a sand with 320. the cowl mike sent me was immaculate. very nice gelcoat
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob horowitz View Post
    Nice paint job. Looks like an old school candy paint. What did you use for the base, gold or silver or what?
    Bob
    thanks. if you look at the above posts you'll see the base color is just a rose sort of red color, then a deep red clear on top. there is some gold pearl in the base coat for sure
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    i just made a quick vid instead of explaining everything in here,
    https://youtu.be/5LXZyYV4xno
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    37CDC76E-E555-409D-B72E-0551580C5CC4.jpgLast evening I got the servo mount glued up with some gflex, and used the silicone ASI to glue in the radio box. Last I will need to mount an esc, but I’m not sure if I’m sticking with this motor or what esc I will be using. At any rate, this thing is nearing completion. i got the armma servo, because its red, but its a different shade of red from the paint so it looks stupid. ill probably just buy a black servo, just not sure which one.
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    Did you round off the corners of the non essential edges so paint would stick better on edges? Of course not the ride surfaces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray schrauwen View Post
    Did you round off the corners of the non essential edges so paint would stick better on edges? Of course not the ride surfaces.
    No, is that a thing? I’ve never heard of doing that, tho I’m not worried about my paint sticking
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    Nice work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Smock View Post
    Nice work!
    Thanks Doug. It’s been a fun build for sure. Can’t wait to get it wet
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