Adjustable Push Rods
$3.95 to $5.95
SOLD IN PAIRS
Airopult Plane Restraint Extensions
Extra Extension Arms for the Airopult and Airopult Pro.
Aluminum Hub Rubber Wheels
These Aluminum Hub Wheels are made with High Quality Rubber tires that will make landing softly a breeze. Designed to fit 20cc to 170cc
Weight (for two wheels)
BAT-SAFE Lithium Battery Charging Box
This flame retardant bag is a convenient way of safeguarding your LiPo batteries during charging, transit, and storage.
Just place your battery or batteries in the bag, route the charge wires through the vents at either side of the top flap, and close the flap. ***Please Note: The use of a LiPo Guard is intended to reduce damages in an accident and will not necessarily prevent damage to surrounding objects. Never charge batteries unattended and please follow all safe charging and storage practices.***
Bob Smith Industries Foam-Cure
Bob Smith Industries Foam Cure
FOAM-CURE™ is a silicone based adhesive that works very well on EPP and EPO foams. It is crystal clear and cures to a more flexible consistency than CA. It is, however, not instant bonding like CA and there is no accelerator to speed it’s curing. To obtain a faster initial bond when bonding two pieces, FOAM-CURE™ can be applied to one piece and after the two are joined, they can then be pulled apart. After letting it air dry for about ten minutes, FOAM-CURE™ will act like a contact cement when the parts are rejoined, resulting in enough tack strength to allow the next steps of assembly. Full strength is reached in 10-12 hours.
FOAM-CURE™ works with all foams, and will actually bond most other materials. It will bond wood and plastic to foam, and is a good canopy glue. FOAM-CURE™ does not, however, cure flexible enough to act as a hinge for aircraft control surfaces. Its limitations occur when bonding large areas of two non-porous materials. FOAM-CURE™ requires exposure to air for drying. If one tried to bond, for example, a half-dollar coin to glass, over 90% of the adhesive would never cure, since the solvent it contains would have no where to evaporate. A small amount of denatured alcohol can be mixed into the Foam-Cure to make it thinner.
Works Best On:
Cut off tip of nozzle. Apply to one part before joining. Use tape to hold parts in place during cure. For faster curing, pull the joint apart and let Foam-Cure™ air dry for 5-10 min before rejoining the parts. This results in enough tack strength to allow the next steps of assembly. Full cure takes 10-12 hours. Foam-Cure™ works on all foams, especially on EPP and EPO, and will bond a porous surface to non-porous materials. Foam-Cure™ is also an excellent glue for clear canopies, and will also bond paper. If needed, denatured alcohol can be used to thin or clean up uncured Foam-Cure™. Replace cap after use.