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Old 11-11-2017, 08:45 PM
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Default Rokitflite USS Odyssey Instruction CD and Decals

Hi all,

Looking for the Rokitflite USS Odyssey CD or another form of the instructions. I see EMRR lists all the parts. I am also looking for a scanned decal sheet.

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Did you ever get a response on this?
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Old 01-30-2018, 10:48 PM
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Yes I did. A fine YORF member contacted me and posted this:

https://user.xmission.com/~huxley/r...yssey/index.htm

The member created a PDF from the CD instructions he had on hand from the kit creator, Scott Branche

I am still looking for the cast resin parts. I think I found some 3D printed parts to substitute some of cast parts.

Tango Pappa is making the decals.

I started construction 2 weeks ago, taking my time.

Thanks for following up.
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Those resin parts were probably molded from the MPC plastic parts,
like what you'd receive in the Taurus kit.
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Did this pdf file also include patterns for fins, tube sizes and lengths, etc?
Also, in the early years of Quest they offered that plastic parts tree for sale. I have one somewhere.
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Really? Let me know if you are willing to let them go?
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Did this pdf file also include patterns for fins, tube sizes and lengths, etc?
Also, in the early years of Quest they offered that plastic parts tree for sale. I have one somewhere.


I'm sure I've got one or two Also. I'll take a look around.
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The PDF did include an inventory and measurements of parts
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Those resin parts were probably molded from the MPC plastic parts,
like what you'd receive in the Taurus kit.

I just finished my Taurus build and I only used the small nose cones and nozzles from the plastic parts sprue. I just flew the Taurus in December, so they couldn't have migrated too far. I'll check when I get home.
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looking for the RCS and the 2 ullage engines. The small radio/radar dishes and what looks like Pitot tubes.
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