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12-29-2020 11:38 PM  9 months ago
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helitoyz

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Anybody able to identify this helicopter
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Early-vint...872.m2749.l2649

It would appear that the swash plate is Schluter ... the rest ?
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12-31-2020 06:31 PM  9 months ago
atvracer

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that is one ugly heli looks like parts from a few kits and homemade?
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06-18-2021 08:53 AM  4 months ago
paulinfrance

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No picture,,,,,
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06-18-2021 01:23 PM  4 months ago
helitoyz

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Sorry. The eCrap listing expired. I uploaded photos to my gallery as June 18, 2021. I have since cleaned up the machine and had to install a new Veco .19 as for the life of me I could not get the barrel in the carb free. Bill

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06-18-2021 01:49 PM  4 months ago
paulinfrance

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Thanks, a car clutch and gear some schulter and maybe kalt bits and a lot of work,, does it fly ?.
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06-18-2021 02:12 PM  4 months ago
helitoyz

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No clue if it flies. It is rather heavy. I had thought it might have been built from magazine plans similar to the pole car.
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06-18-2021 02:13 PM  4 months ago
helitoyz

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Pole cat
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06-18-2021 02:28 PM  4 months ago
helitom

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Stuck carb.......wash the carb/engine off with alcohol or acetone as best you can. Let the cleaning fluids dry off. Once dry, hit the carb with a heat gun (Monokote blow gun/hair dryer/anything similar). The carb will come free in short order. Add a little oil and you're good to go.The older I get, the fewer things seem worth waiting in line for.
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06-18-2021 02:40 PM  4 months ago
helitoyz

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Freeing Carb
Use I tried the usual tricks to free the carb ... no luck. I was able to free the engine in short order with those methods but not the carb. Not much meat to grab to work back and forth without damaging the carb.
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