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Old 12-08-2017, 09:04 AM
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Question New Scans Of The Quest Icarus (2006) Fins, Decals (along with a ruler)

Yes, I've seen the instructions and scans on plans.rocketshoppe/oldrocketplans.com problem is, those fins are clearly not unmodified scans of the originals (if they are, then they're the worst lasercut fins ever. Also the decals don't have a ruler to assure scaling.

If you have a built Icarus, a measurement of the width of the black wrap would also work to allow me to scale the decals.



I'm hoping to get scans of originals along with a ruler for a new sim I'm working up.

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Old 12-08-2017, 05:38 PM
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The fins on Quest kits in that era were die cut, not laser cut. I don't have that particular kit, but other Quest kits of the same vintage (early 1990s) did not have very good die cutting of the balsa parts.
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