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  • #31
    Thanks for the tip Jimon take off, I'll be watching for it if it starts to happen. White for me goes incognito against the blue sky in certain conditions. The luminosity of the white in the shade is the same a the blue sky behind and basically becomes invisible. I plan to apply some dark sign vinyl to the underside of the wings. That is another topic I need to research. I've heard that it can be applied wet or dry, but I'm not sure what is the best method for good results.
    Mark

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    • #32
      I applied the blue vinyl on my Ventes wings using windex then wiping it down with paper towels to get the excess and then drying overnight....works really well

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      • #33
        Thanks Jim I have used the wet method to apply Monocote trim and it was quite easy, sure stopped the bubble problem. Now to find a sign shop.
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      • #34
        There are also some good graphics guys in the rc car industry who might be able to help if you want printed vinyl. They can import logo files from the various manufacturers you use and totally customize the vinyl. Here's an example from a racing buddy of mine.
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        • #35
          Thanks for the link Bryan it made me do some shopping. After some some Googling I found a supplier that didn't hit me for over $10 for a single 5 yd. roll. That is almost enough to the entire wing bottoms completely, assuming no mistakes. Even with a two roll order the S & H is still under $10. S & H kills many a supplier for me when you want a small quantity of materials for a hobby project, really stings when the items you need are way less than the S & H and you can't find anything else on their site to amortize the cost.

          https://www.brilliantvinyl.com/ORACA...ermediate-Cal/
          Mark

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          • #36
            Well, I'm disappointed. I found out today the Ventus 2CX 4.8 m. that I want was not in stock as Alex thought, their stock count appears to have been off. It will be 3-4 months before it could be delivered and the ASW-22 is still 2 months out for delivery. The question I'm now pondering is should I wait and get the Ventus, which would mean not having a big (relative term) ship for the Mickey Sullivan? The other option is to order the Paritech Cirrus from Icare, but it doesn't have a retract installed, it is a non-flapped ship though (simpler to set-up and fly). I'm not educated on which retract to buy nor how to install one and I had thought the Ventus was my best choice. Any comments would be accepted now on which route to take...early Christmas present of the Ventus?
            Mark

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