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Old 06-02-2013, 07:20 AM
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Just the turn fin is rolled up. And my pride. it was kinda windy blowing from left to right. Way to windy for the .21 JAE ,I found my waterline pinched off completely no wonder she didn't go.
that hull got some flying in. nothing damaged the hull is very light. That hull went as far as I've ever seen a hull fly. Like Rick said where did it go.
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Old 06-03-2013, 01:10 AM
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Ouch... bummer- beautiful hydro, loved the paintwork/trim color.
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Old 06-03-2013, 05:19 AM
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Thanks Wes
the hull ,I got 2 hand It's Chris Ripley old hull. He's the IMPBA president. The hull was made in D2 his name has gotten away from me. She did like to fly ,no damage to the hull. As you can see the turn fin angle picking the front of the hull up. My buddy said bring it back in to adjust the fin -sorry That fin may have bent & straighten before I got it. I made a new bracket and a old turn fin I have. That M&D Zenhoa is a beast.
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My 21 had a problem with not running after a launch. The engine didn't want to turn a H7 prop. I used a smaller prop from Cromby Zombie Wow I got a tank in Thanks Mark for the use. stubborn me The new to me .67 seducer did start- but my throttle linkage was sticking at the carb barrel. I do have a few CMB .67 carbs to mess with.The 67 SGX rigger ran perfect. minor needle adjustments when I get to Hamilton Ontario Canada
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My 21 had a problem with not running after a launch. The engine didn't want to turn a H7 prop. I used a smaller prop from Cromby Zombie Wow I got a tank in Thanks Mark for the use. stubborn me The new to me .67 seducer did start- but my throttle linkage was sticking at the carb barrel. I do have a few CMB .67 carbs to mess with.The 67 SGX rigger ran perfect. minor needle adjustments when I get to Hamilton Ontario Canada
Sounds like a pretty good day! Smaller prop was a good move. I know my NR can have problems with some full blade 1450's if the needle is not perfect. Some engines are more torque and some are more RPM.... Either way you get the job done.
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We went over my engine as I'm still stalling out. I'm bringing out my old .21 green head CMB long stroke. to finish out the season.
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We went over my engine as I'm still stalling out. I'm bringing out my old .21 green head CMB long stroke. to finish out the season.
The green head runs good. Too bad about the VAC.... []
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I 'm thinking the carb need a mod like removing the low speed needle. My green head has a Aeromarine racing carb. They have no small needle. Very basic carb same with that Orlic carb. I may seal the hole with JB weld and shape it to the radius. The green head was rebuilt with new bearings. 1-run on it to CK So I can beat the prof.
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Yes, it would be nice to see a rigger win 20 hydro hi-points this year.....
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I will bring both .21 riggers with me, Friday to test.
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Old 07-23-2013, 07:11 PM
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my old red hull may have run her last race. time to get my new hull running.
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I was Bored to Death at work so I started Playing Around with SolidWorks and Drew up this all Carbon Fiber JAE21G2 What Ya THink

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nice looking rigger Amax, I'm not running a 21 JAE rigger this season, just too many hulls to run. I picked up a SGX 21 never ran her. Got 2 45 hulls to run a Blaze Marine Sport 40 and a Delta Force 40 Vee hull. i built them this winter. A few CF riggers are around my area not many. Terry Kleely has a CF topic on building a rigger in the IW build or rigger section.
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Old 04-15-2014, 06:02 AM
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Yea thats just a 3D Model I put together in SolidWorks not the Real Thing YET!!!
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Get rigger fever Amax
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