Does anyone know if the Magnum or Brusier has a pre-slotted body tube for the
fins? If not, how difficult is it to mark and slot them
> The Magnum fin tabs Do extend to the motor tube at least on mine it did ( I
> bought mine back in '97).
> The older kits didn't have slotts .
> >Lisa (It is 'Lisa', isn't it?), the Magnum and the Bruiser are
> >pre-slotted AF's, but, IIRC, the fins are only tabbed and do not go all
> >the way to the motor mount.
It flew well on motors ranging from an I250 to a Kosden L850.
Timmy, you can't take it with you, so if you have a sandwich and your blue
jeans, chill. Your old man, Paul. (1st century, paraphrased)
I have a Bruiser EXP*** from the ba***t ceiling that I stare at every
day as I formulate my plans for its construction. The fins extend through
the airframe to a second tube that fits around the motor mounts and between
two centering rings. The face of two of the centering rings are grooved to
facilitate proper alignment of this tube. Although it's not
to-the-motor-mount, it seems like a good design. As for the airframe, it is
not pre-slotted. I'm not sure how I'll cut the slots, probably with a
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| Does anyone know if the Magnum or Brusier has a pre-slotted body tube for
| fins? If not, how difficult is it to mark and slot them
They feature an interesting style of TTW fin mounting. Simply put, the fin
roots extend into a secondary (inner) tube and lock into the centering rings. A
curious idea. Fins are G-10.
The Magnum is now available with a 3" motor mount, and features G-10 fins as
www.locprecision.com may be helpful with further details.
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