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  • #61
    Working on the Servo actuated choke on the DLE-222
    Installed two throttle body arms and linked them together.
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    • #62
      be careful with choke on both carbs it will flood fast. i had a 3 cyl inline rotomotor 170cc it had choke only on firewall cyl in use and started very well.

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      • #63
        Thanks, I'll keep a watch for that.
        Was checking reports from the Aerobatic users of the DLE-222 , they're indicating that it doesn't start very good using a one choke method.

        Throttle linkage fun.....saw someone was using a cable system on the Carburetors as both have return springs ......so


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        • #64
          Elvis is in the House........Litepilots.com 50% "George" ProSeries Aerobatic Pilot.

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          • #65
            Stellar, Scott, just. stellar.

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            • #66
              Thanks Asher

              Playing with the fuselage wiring harness now that I received my Spektrum powersafe 12 channel receiver , inevitably right wing was plugged into the left wing receiver ports and aileron and flap were reversed too, pretty much expected it as I was hooking stuff up in the inverted position.

              I like my hub caps.........PMT 262 wheels are cool too.

              I thought the DLE-222 was big when I pulled it out of the box........now it look pretty scale size.

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              • #67
                Working on the fiirewall forward section - baffling patterns.....popsicle sticks and card stock seem to be the material of choice for me.

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                checking to see if the ignition modules have enough clearance....

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                0.040 G10

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                MarnochS
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                Last edited by MarnochS; 02-27-2022, 11:38 PM.

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                • #68
                  Passable

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                  • #69
                    Passable? that looks Awesome!!
                    Steve K

                    Kremer Aerotowing Team

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                    • #70
                      Thanks Steve,
                      It does look really cool.....although there are some "issues" only the builder would grouse about...


                      Meanwhile......I really liked what Kevin did with the floorboards on his C-185 ......soooo........

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                      Last edited by MarnochS; 03-26-2022, 11:18 PM.

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                      • #71
                        Instrument panel cover too

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                        • #72
                          super nice finish

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                          • #73
                            You are a machine Scott. Nice work!

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                            • #74
                              Elvis is ....all tanked up

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                              • #75
                                Wing / tail bags are coming along swimmingly. I really like it that REVOC send you pictures of your project

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