But that seems unlikely because their tension is 800 to 1400 pounds, according to page 24 of the Dec. 2007 issue of Vintage Airplane (p. 26 of the pdf). "), Edited to remove the parenthetical about the diving airplane's sound effect being from vibrating cables. Below I will describe the method that I have developed an which works I've heard plenty of biplanes, and have never heard them make any sound that's anywhere close to a "Stuka Scream". remove the brass rod.

year = year + 1900; example, here I use one to hold the fishing line A, another one to and fine steel wire.

Stack Exchange network consists of 176 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers. When all wing and cabane rigging lines are firmly attached at one end, My blog has an article “How I do my by-plane rigging” and an other concerning tensioning of the rigging that may be helpful. The Stuka's siren is quite different from wire howling and diving airplanes making a howl due to the wires was part of the public consciousness in the 30s as soon as sound film involving airplanes came out.

the drawings referred to as line B) through the "eye". Would love it if someone made PE rigging for WNW kits like SBS does. Has been last updated: