Dub Jett started modelling in 1953, He won his first national trophy in 1959 -1st in the new class A .15 size at 103mph, setting a new record, using a $6.95 Fox 15. He built his first model engine at the age of 14 for class A Speed and won the Nats with it in 1961. Dub went on to produced the DJS brand of racing engines during the mid-seventies, with the help of his long-time friend and race partner, John Shannon.
Dub started flying RC in 1979 and became successful in the sport of R/C pylon racing almost immediately.
Many years of hard work paid off with winning the 1991 F3D pylon race World Championships.
Dub remains very active in the RC pylon racing scene right up to this day, not only as a competitor but a competitive engine manufacturer as well. At the 2012 Phoenix Q40 meeting which by the way has now become the biggest RC pylon race meeting in the World, Dub won the fastest time prize with the latest incarnation of his Q40 engine. These are the engines that Pylon Line stock.