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Here's a favorite plane from the recent past. Floyd Carter of Eugene, Ore., built this stunt plane in 2015. He designed it for an upright engine to show off the fine craftsmanship of the Ro-Jett .61 engine. The engine originally was equipped with a tuned pipe (hence the plane's name) but it later was replaced with a stock muffler. It's seen here at the 2016 Jim Walker Memorial Spring Tune-Up. Flying Lines photo.
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This page was upated Dec. 15, 2017