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Old 09-12-2011, 06:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hahaha!! Love looking around in this forum and finding out what the newest fix for this little guy is. It's getting to the point where it's funny though. I was just reading over the latest "rubber band servo" post and the bubble gum and shoestring response made me laugh so hard as I looked at my completely battered mcpx. Don't get me wrong, I'm not poking fun at these ingenious fixes! We all do what we gotta do to keep it flying My mcpx "is more machine now than man, twisted and E-vil". (Sorry, Star Wars geek quote) I've used every thing I can think of to fix up my bird. Paper clips, toothpicks, thread, ca glue, rope, metal flashing, plywood, PVC pipe, and a touch of olive oil till it's golden brown! Everyone keep fighting the good fight and keep that Frankenbird flying!
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Handy-man's secret weapon, duct-tape!
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Wow...so far i have only got to CA, hotglue, thread, and tape. Soon have to do my paper clip body post mod. Cant wait for my order from rcfoam to come home so i can finally make my new booms. The stock one lasted crunched up fixed with CA and thread!
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Oh, almost forgot about wishes, good intentions, and sunshine dust!
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Handy-man's secret weapon, duct-tape!
It will fly much better if you use Duck-tape!
But be careful or you might have a quack up!
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