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Old 05-01-2017, 04:26 PM
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Just ordered mine. I do really like my fingers/hands the way they are, and knew I was always risking it when starting my engines... Thanks!
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Old 05-01-2017, 04:38 PM
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Just ordered mine. I do really like my fingers/hands the way they are, and knew I was always risking it when starting my engines... Thanks!
Got it Mark. Smart move!..
I'll ship it out tomorrow.


Thanks
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Old 05-01-2017, 05:24 PM
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EVERYBODY LISTEN UP!....STOP RISKING IT!...

Now dont you wish you would have gotten a RCS three days ago!

It is just not worth it brothers... when it happens to you it will be "intense pain"! Get one of these BEFORE you have the accident.

Thank you for your post.
We need to get the risk out of this hobby! ...either by my ROLLING Chicken Stick or someone elses.

I'm sending your order first thing in the morning.
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Old 05-02-2017, 10:02 AM
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Are you planning on coming to the Warbirds Over The Rockies?
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Old 05-02-2017, 11:17 AM
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Are you planning on coming to the Warbirds Over The Rockies?

Thanks for the invitation but most unfortunately (post 372) I am not going to be in any shape to travel...

Be safe at the event..
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Old 05-02-2017, 11:56 AM
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I have two of these now, one in my trailer and one in my truck for when I just go with a smaller plane. Used for the first time on Saturday. It was GREAT. Started up just like flipping by hand, and no risk. If you do this long enough with your fingers, it will take a finger or two or worse. If you can afford to fly giant scale, you can afford the $25 shipped to your house, but you can't afford to lose part of your hand. No brainer. My leather gloves are going back to more appropriate use pulling weeds.
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Old 05-02-2017, 03:37 PM
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I have two of these now, one in my trailer and one in my truck for when I just go with a smaller plane. Used for the first time on Saturday. It was GREAT. Started up just like flipping by hand, and no risk. If you do this long enough with your fingers, it will take a finger or two or worse. If you can afford to fly giant scale, you can afford the $25 shipped to your house, but you can't afford to lose part of your hand. No brainer. My leather gloves are going back to more appropriate use pulling weeds.

I've been saying this all along....everyone should have more then one...I have several myself!

Thanks for the post my friend and the review. I really appreciate all the support I get from so many great RC people...thanks again!

Richard
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Old 05-02-2017, 06:27 PM
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Richard I've been using the RCS for a couple of months now and absolutely find it very easy to use. Hope your surgery goes well.
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Old 05-02-2017, 07:40 PM
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Richard I've been using the RCS for a couple of months now and absolutely find it very easy to use. Hope your surgery goes well.

Thank you my friend for wishing me well...

I'm glad to hear you like the RCS. There are a LOT of people using them now, in 46 states and 17 foreign countries... They'r going to have to shut down some ER centers....

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Old 05-03-2017, 02:43 PM
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Ordered one.


Hope you medical issues are smoothed out.


I live right down the boulevard. There used to be a website that had an approach picture I took of your city from my C172, but alas, can't find it anymore.
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Old 05-03-2017, 02:53 PM
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Ordered one.


Hope you medical issues are smoothed out.


I live right down the boulevard. There used to be a website that had an approach picture I took of your city from my C172, but alas, can't find it anymore.
I got your order and shipped it this morning. You should have it in 1 day. Thanks...

Did you attend our Presidents Day Fly-in last February? Was a great event.

Thanks
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Old 05-04-2017, 06:12 PM
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RCS

Getting back into Gas after flying just electric for last few yrs, Well pull the trigger on a new Warbird the TF Giant P47 and an Saito FG-60 R3 going under the Cowl.

My question to those who have used the RCS what size of the 2 that can be used for larger gas eng which one would be best for this eng? in the end I want to run 22 or 23" prop on this eng, so would the reg / original one be best or would the larger one for large gas eng be best?

I have been flying for 40+ yrs and have had my share of hand / fingers being hit by prop, almost lost the end of one of my fingers on a Webra Speed 32, anyone been flying long enough to remember that eng?

Anyway what do you guys think?
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Old 05-04-2017, 10:38 PM
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Just used my rcs today starting new engine. Can't say enough about this product!
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Old 05-05-2017, 12:52 AM
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Getting back into Gas after flying just electric for last few yrs, Well pull the trigger on a new Warbird the TF Giant P47 and an Saito FG-60 R3 going under the Cowl.

My question to those who have used the RCS what size of the 2 that can be used for larger gas eng which one would be best for this eng? in the end I want to run 22 or 23" prop on this eng, so would the reg / original one be best or would the larger one for large gas eng be best?

I have been flying for 40+ yrs and have had my share of hand / fingers being hit by prop, almost lost the end of one of my fingers on a Webra Speed 32, anyone been flying long enough to remember that eng?

Anyway what do you guys think?
Glad to hear you have come back to the gassers!... Gotta have that internal combustion engine noise AND the SMOKE!...YA!...

For the RCS, go with the #1. That one will start the small engines and the big ones too. I use that one to start my DLE-170...works great for whatever you got...

Thanks
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Old 05-05-2017, 12:55 AM
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Just used my rcs today starting new engine. Can't say enough about this product!


Thanks....your have said a BUNCH with just what you said!...

Thank you for posting that. I really do appreciate it.
So glad you like the RCS.
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