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      Ongoing DDoS Attack causing Forum Slowness   26/04/17

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Lynx7

Westland Lynx mesh intake guards; 'how to'

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Guess so, but the model is about 200 miles away, built it for my brother who is an ex Lynx AAC pilot. Bear this in mind for the next one, enjoyed the build that much I hope to do another.

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those look very good, infact they look like pre mod debris guards without the fastener plate in the corner. If they had a raised rear section they could pass for snow guards but thank you for the tutorial.

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Tony,

WHOA !! What a fantastic tutorial... :yikes:

thank you. :goodjob:

HOUSTON

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Excellent article Tony, I will certainly bear this in mind for my larger version if the other style intakes don't go right.

 

Mark :)

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