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Old 2007-05-26
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I'm back....

My Easy 2 Trainer is now on it's third life. Not bad for a plane that is 5 years old and a heck of a lot of flights.

Yesterday I pulled off the bottom, re-glued the firewall and support. Put back on a new bottom and landing gear, covered it, re-set all the servos. Pulled the engine apart and cleaned it all with a soft toothbrush and some carb cleaner. Removed all the carbon from the piston and head. Everything was ready to go.

Only problem, the wind was a bit gusty today. But I still managed to get in a flight. It took 4 passes at the runway until I felt I was well aligned and the wind was giving me a bit of a break, but I landed the plane nice and easy so she is all ready for another flight.

With the wind like it was though, I decided that second flight will only be some other day.

See you all at the field!


Last edited by mikep; 2007-05-26 at 04:45 PM.
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Old 2007-05-26
Shawn Shawn is offline
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Great to have you back Mike. Just one question, how do you get your planes into your scoot,s saddlebags?
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Old 2007-05-26
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You might be joking, but I've been thinking about that one. The only thing I have that would be possible would be the IFO. But I will keep my eyes out for something small enough and tough enough to withstand the bike. Perhaps a foamy.

Would be nice to go for a ride up north, have a little flight or two, supper at a nice restaurant and home.

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