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New mosquito air owner
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It's has the 65 horse hirth engine and 10.45hrs on ship . Any advice for me As I'm coming over from a mini 500 and still learning to fly. I hovered taxied the mini 500 basically . Had a few hrs in a r22. I was pretty decent in my mini though. I made a video of the air. I was kind of concerned about the correlater cable. Theres also a ground wire riding on top of it that I need to route diff. please take a look and let me know if y'all see anything. Any advice would be great. Also I don't like the ground handling wheels because you have to pick up the rear of the heli and slide them under, which is pretty hard by yourself.Are these factory ? Also I don't have a good level spot in front of my shop so I'm building a trailer to pull with my 4 wheeler to a place that's level and I can practice. Any ideas on trailers would also be a big help. https://youtu.be/xrt4VflrzjM


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#2
I have a Hirth on my xe and I do see a few small things you can do. my typing skills are bad so call me

chuck
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(03-10-2017, 07:14 PM)Chuck308 Wrote: I have a Hirth on my xe and I do see a few small things you can do. my typing skills are bad so call me

chuck
clumberger@aol.com

540-719-2790


Ok. Will do. Working nights now. Maybe this weekend if that's ok. But if you want to write I'll figure a way to read it. Thank you.


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any time in the afternoon is fine
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Does anyone have pictures of how the ground handling wheels are setup on the air. Just want to see if mines right. I can not seem to find any pic


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Any air owners on here?


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(03-15-2017, 02:10 PM)77jbob Wrote: Any air owners on here?


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Call 316 250 7013
Doug bryant
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When can I call you?


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Any time
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#10
Hi there!

I watched your Youtube video of the Air.  The trailer you have behind your truck would work fine if it's wide enough.  I purchased a trailer from Kaufman Trailers in North Carolina, USA.  I'm not sure where you are located though.  Kaufman makes a great trailer.  Mine is 16 feet long, tandem axle, dove tail, full drop-gate.  I bought it with transporting my skeeter in mind.

Robert
"Pilots - Looking down on people since 1903"
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