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Martyn Kinder
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A simple way of Calculating a Tuned Pipe Length
I managed to acquire a brand new in box OS61VR. There is very little information on this engine on the OS archive, in fact I cant find any reference to it. I have a choice of a number of tuned pipes I can use  - one came with it, but it looked rather small ...

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Downloads
This is a short post  that links the downloads that I have made available. Mystic 40 Mystic 40 plan and and cut parts layout Kwik Fli 3 for a 40 Kwik Fli 3-40 plans and cut parts layout  Kwik Fli 4 for a 40 Kwik Fli 4-40 plans and cut parts layout  Glass Sl...

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DHC-1 Chipmunk - wing
After about a 18 month break, I have restarted work on the Chipmunk. The Fuselage has been parked for the time being and I have started work on the wings. Nothing too challenging at the moment, it is simply a case or reigniting my enthusiasm, getting a bit ...

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DH87B for Indoor Scale
I have been asked to take part in the indoor Scale Nationals at the end of March 2017. Probably being rather overambitious, I have taken up the challenge and will try and build a 1/14 scale DH 87B Hornet Moth. G-AELO is my target aircraft that I am going to...

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Fairey Delta 2 - PSS (1)
I am being 'encouraged' to have a go at building a Powered Scale Soarer - a model based on a normally powered prototype, but primarily designed for flying as a Slope Soarer using left generated by the upward movement of the air as it rises over a hill. I di...

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Martyn Kinder commented on a post on Blogger.
I have just received 60 thank you letters from the Children.. It has really made my day.. :0)

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Kanga Fun Flyer
This is a Joey Fun Flyer derivative, the original was designed by Johan Smit. The Joey plan was downloaded from Aerofred and modified extensively for an electric conversion. The purpose of this particular build was to give me a model for the Inter Club Fun ...

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School Visit
I was invited to a local school to talk about Model Aeroplanes. Their current topic is aviation. The age group is Year 1 (5-6 year old Children) I wasn't given much time as the room I was given is in fairly constant use. 20 minutes to prepare, 30 minutes to...

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