Tedlar and Tapes for Sale

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Postby rcflyer » Fri Aug 27, 2004 8:30 pm

ATTENTION Laziar Recoverers !!!
The Covering is going fast, lots of Lazair flyers from all over are buying it up. John has shipped to Australia, England, US and Canada. Great to know Lazairs are being restored and recovered. John has recovered 3 and helped with mine.

John is selling 100' roll kits of Tedlar ® .002 mil PVF for $350 cnd and Tape kits for $240 cnd

He has around 800' left.

Let him know if your interested and he can send you the shipping info.

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Ray,

Glad to hear you enjoyed the flick. Very good movies in my opinion as well.

Special thank you to anyone that can send in more Lazair movies for everyone to Enjoy.


Tedlar - interesting --Let us know how you make out with it . Last I read was the Tapes that John was supplying were not the proper ones. But This is only here say. Perhaps Mr Nagy will come here and post the facts on adhesion of those tapes he is selling so this matter could be cleared up.


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Postby ozzie » Sat Aug 28, 2004 6:07 pm

do you know who in australia he has shipped tedlar to?
also need to know the weight of a rotax engine with props fitted thanks,,,ozzie
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Postby ozzie » Sat Aug 28, 2004 7:30 pm

thanks for that weight figure i need to compare this some alternate engines i am looking at to replace the pioneers i have now thanks.
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Postby lazair3ca » Sun Aug 29, 2004 2:04 pm

That sounds similar to the weight of Dave's engines. I seem to remember 33 lbs with nacell, muffler, prop and spinner.
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Postby elite » Tue Sep 28, 2004 12:05 am

hi this is a test and yes i have 3-- hrs on my plain. :D
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Postby lazair3ca » Wed Sep 29, 2004 8:06 am

Ozzie,

I have spent the last couple of days fighting with a couple of Rotaxes. One is running and the other one has quit. The engines have been "stored" for 3 years while Mike's dad has been trying to sell the Lazair. When this happens I start searching for alternate engines. I found the gaam.com.au site downunder. They list a few alternatives but they seem to be heavy compared to the 2 strokes. One that looked promising except for the weight is the Honda GD411/QXE. I can not find it on the Honda website. If it was stripped of its tank and pump it would probably still be heavy but it would sip fuel and give longer flights.
I also notice that most of the Honda 4 cycle engines only list a hp setting for 2000 to 3600 RPM. That is not a large difference in operating RPM. But they should swing a larger prob and be quieter.
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Postby ozzie » Wed Sep 29, 2004 4:35 pm

yes 4 strokes would be great but yes the weight is a setback other things like oil pickup at different angles of flight ect. prtty cheap as well they have been thought about quite often i,ll check the site. moving wings to my hanger today and waiting on the covering tapes to be delivered. i'll also be checking out engines when i go to italy in a couple of weeks,
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Postby Guest » Mon Oct 25, 2004 1:53 pm

hi, it was three hundered and thirty hrs. of flying time i have.
just learning how to post here.
elite ps this is also my model of lazair. the greatest bird in the sky. :rolleyes:
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Postby ozzie » Wed Oct 27, 2004 5:16 am

Bonasara all> just arrived back from Basarno Dell Grappa in Northern Italy if that is culture shock then bring it on ! !! amazing town. even played in a real old castle at night. the people who i had to do buisness with had two employees who fly paragliders one even had the local ultralight strip 500 mts from his home, so instant introduction into the scene within ten minutes i was in the left seat of a neat little machine called the Flashlight flying around the italian countryside at 100kph for half an hour with a 3000mt mountain backdrop big thing for an aussie, the instructer just pointed the way after the flight was taken up to the mountain with the intention of paragliding but the weather was on the turn so played in the first snow fall of the season and ended the day in the fliers bar. The 14 days were basicaly work with them during the day and socialize with them at all other times or strolling around all the small streets in the town square that comes with ww2bullet bulllet holes sparyed along a wall or three. Engines that i saw there that would suit us are expensive saw two silent gliders with small single blade prop set ups a four cyl konig on a iris glider and sachs rotary engines for the same, unfortunatley all my notes on specs ect are in my bag that is having a good time in vienna without me still have the photos so when i catch up on things i'll post some of the interesting set ups. did i mention the food wine veiws the girls the fashon the driving! be a perfect place for a lazair. the italians love classy things.
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Postby rayjb60 » Wed Oct 27, 2004 2:49 pm

Welcome back Ozzie,

Sounds like an awesome trip, wish I was there....i could have brought my Paraglider even.

So tell me more about the girls there...you didnt bring one home by chance, or maybe thats why you left your luguage out there, because your going back for one ;)

Just be sure to bring your Lazair with you.....some things you just can't live without.
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