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Postby Steve ko » Wed May 15, 2013 1:02 pm

Just started adding some missing panels antenna & panels to the fuse.
Now to make the repel rigs, alum tube maybe, benches & the misc rings around the lower fuse. Rivets maybe.
What are the four triangle boxes ?( two front & two on the doghouse).
I will be using a trex 600n, sorry Im old school nitro.

Have a look
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Re: mh 6

Postby Keyrigger » Wed May 15, 2013 2:19 pm

Hi:

From what I can gather building my TOW Defender, those are some sort of sensor for incoming ordnance like heat seeking missiles. I have two on my tail boom on the rear facing corner panels of the rear electronics container and they are simple round plates with round black circles added on top. They are held in with four screws from pictures I have seen and copied. I have attached a picture so it is easier to see what I mean. On many TOW Defenders, they were on the tail boom and sometimes on the fuselage behind the top corner of the front door or under the nose just behind the start of the glass for the forward facing sensors. Hope this helps.

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Re: mh 6

Postby donny_boyette » Thu May 23, 2013 2:12 pm

Steve: I'm attempting the same helicopter, how did you make the panels, and where did you get the antennas??---thanks, Donny
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Re: mh 6

Postby Steve ko » Sat May 25, 2013 5:57 am

Just finished some aux hold downs & the landing light.
Donny all the parts are made from card stock, ply and balsa. I have some good pics that I model them from.

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Re: mh 6

Postby Colonel Wings » Sat May 25, 2013 6:15 am

A nitro guy ,,, Oooooooh no ,,, :laugh:

Great parts making there Steve ...
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Re: mh 6

Postby Steve ko » Mon May 27, 2013 3:20 pm

Benches" they fold & can be removed.
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Re: mh 6

Postby Steve ko » Sat Jun 01, 2013 11:21 am

Been raining, can't fly So worked on the mh.
I used 1/4 bass wood futaba servo horns & 2 mm cap screws.
cool right :laugh:

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