PAC FunFly

  • 27 Sep 2015
  • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Clayburn Community Park
Come out and join us for some fun and flying at Clayburn Park!

In order to continue being good corporate citizens we will conduct noise readings an all planes flown.

"I hope EVERYONE realizes the constant risk of losing the field forever. We need to be together on this!"
Larry B. Pres.

Barrie flew his ME 109 with the Evolution 36 and a tongue muffler. The sound at the flight was similar to Fox engines but the tongue muffler is more noticeable from the road. He put in several flights, not all perfect due to fuel feed problems. He also flew J. J.'s Critter with an O.S. FP 35. Again he was having fuel problems and changed tanks. He put on a tank manufactured specifically for profile fuselages. He had set it too high on the fuselage, in my opinion, with which going inverted it would cause the engine to go lean - nope - it went rich. He changed several things with no change. It seems that I am talking about fuel problems every week. Electrons can flow uphill or downhill with no problems. 

Henry got in one flight with his Flite Streak while Jack and I just sat, watched and enjoyed a spectacular day.

I was negligent to mention that we also had visits from Denis C. and Gord S. (G1).

Next PAC fun fly is October 11.

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