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  Solo!
Posted by: LeeODell2015 - 11-19-2018, 02:26 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (6)

Not in a Mosquito, but a step closer! I am in the Solo phase of my PPL training in the R22. I am preparing for my 100nm cross country soon and a check ride at the end of the month. My training has been such a challenging AND rewarding experience! I am a big fan of the Mosquito and I hope to be an owner in the future! Thanks and God Bless.
Check out the video below.
- Lee

https://youtu.be/7T9pFcyTuE8

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  Robins AFB GA
Posted by: NatureRecycleFlorida - 11-14-2018, 10:15 PM - Forum: Abstract (not related to Mosquito) - No Replies

did not have the time to really look around 55 plus acres of museum Cool 



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  Mosquito helicopter visit to Scott Lewis
Posted by: heliav8r - 11-13-2018, 09:33 AM - Forum: Video Vault - No Replies

https://youtu.be/LUSOs3PyKbM

Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk

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  SPAM
Posted by: RotorTim - 11-12-2018, 06:54 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (8)

I think one of the best ways to get rid of these a-holes and their spam to is grant permission to join. I am not sure if the admin of this site has the ability to do that but it would go a long way in eliminating these scum bags. Also, other sits I am on require your answer a simple question like: what is the sum of 4+8. I despise spammers....

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  Any Mosquitos in the Charlotte,NC area
Posted by: parisfiddler - 11-09-2018, 12:37 AM - Forum: Mosquito Flight Adventures - Replies (4)

I am hoping that someone close to my location owns a Mosquito chopper that I can check out.  My mind has been occupied for a while wishing I had one.  Anyone close to area 28092?

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  replacing the clutch
Posted by: trueairman - 11-06-2018, 05:30 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (3)

hello
I searching for instruction how to replacing the clutch on the mosquito heli
where can I buy one ?
thanks

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  Info Bolt
Posted by: Titta - 11-03-2018, 07:50 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (8)

Hello, can you help me ...

I am new to Mosquito, I buy an XE285.

I have a problem, I have a screw of the main head to change ...

Problem when I look at the plans the only indication I have is: the screws are 7/16 x 5 / 2M, nut AN 7/16, washer 7/16.

I am in Europe in Belgium, unfortunately I do not measure well the Bolt AN ...

I am looking for Aircraft spruce, no way to understand ...

You know, helped me?

Thank you .

 Here is the picture of the pieces  :  https://imgur.com/a/pKMDXM1


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  Dreams
Posted by: Casey - 11-02-2018, 01:09 PM - Forum: Abstract (not related to Mosquito) - Replies (1)

Lol so I'm starting to notice I'm having these weird helicopter dreams now! The first ones involved me flying an Enstrom low across the countryside, and ahead of me I would see some form of obstacle(building, trees, power lines, etc) so naturally I begin pulling up on the collective to clear it, but the helicopter won't go up! Finally I have the collective pulled all the way up to my ear (remember its a dream, so it don't have to make sense lol) when I hit the obstacle its pretty much of the consistency of honey lol, the helicopter gets stuck in the object and I get frustrated trying to figure out how to get it out lol. 

The latest one was that I went to have another flight lesson, and this time my instructor has two Rotorways for us, so he's flying one and talking me through flying the other over the radio, which is not working out lol, even in my dreams my feet are retarded and I'm just spinning around near the ground while he's up flying the pattern not even paying attention to me having a good ol time and just saying things like "you're doing great!" and "keep doing that!" lol. 

Dreams can be so weird lol, anyways, do any of you pilots get these kind of dreams? Or maybe you got them when you were first learning and they later go away? Or am I just a freak LOL!  Big Grin

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  A PBS would help keep the build organized
Posted by: japhillips87 - 10-31-2018, 07:54 PM - Forum: Build Log - No Replies

I hope to one day build my own mosquito. It seems like a pretty daunting task. I think a Product Breakdown System (PBS) would help with that. Let me explain.

I have been watching Wintegatan build the new Marble Machine X on youtube. This is a very complicated musical instrument that uses marbles to play notes. Recently, he has implemented a PBS to help with the build. It helps organize and even shows progress throughout the build. You can organize by parts that complete sub-assemblies, that complete assemblies, that eventually complete the entire build. This would be very helpful in a build. I will definitely be using one when I get the money and time to build my own, after I get my PPL.

You can learn a bit more about a PBS here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVyEsMiwvVc

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Video Flyin Williston Florida
Posted by: NatureRecycleFlorida - 10-28-2018, 12:28 AM - Forum: Abstract (not related to Mosquito) - Replies (2)

at X60



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