Here is a list of all the postings Peter Miller has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Harmony Begins|
Very nice.I think they call that shocking pink!!
|Thread: Chris's Bella Ballerina HD|
That looks very smart. A bit of extra area never hurt at all
|Thread: Does This Happen To You?|
Not me, had one or two offered in the club though
|Thread: Starting a motor for the first time|
Not wanting to scareyoy but back in the 80s or 90s, RCM&E ran a picture of someone. Their Irvine 40, running at full chat had removed 3 fingers.
Mind you,he was launching a pusher. Models with props in strange places are very dangerous, had one or two myself and seen a few more accidents.. Now I refuse to even touch a model with the prop anywhere but at the front.
I was just going to say the same thing, remove the moulding flash from the edges of ALL propellers. The Master airscrews are so sharp you can carve balsa with them.
I was trying to start a friends engine and cut my finger on the prop. All I will say is that he NEVER forgot to remove the flash again after I "explained " what he had failed to do.
|Thread: Tip stall avoidance question.|
The best exaample is the Nemeth UMbrella plane.
I keep looking atmy 3 views and"one Day" it will happen.
|Thread: I knew I shouldn't be modelling when...|
Just before Christmas I went down with a vicious flue type bug that has laid several people out. the after effects stay on with exhaustion and total lack of interest for weeks.
I can't even face cutting out bits a model. I do fly but I have decided not to try an do any modelling until the urge really returns. I can fiddle with things and do minor servicing. And afternoon on the field (well, a couple of hours) leaves me floored for a couple of days.
I do know that it has triggered a relapse in my ME so I know how to live with it.
|Thread: Am I drinking too much?|
Well done Keep it up
|Thread: 9gm servos|
Try Hobby king.
I use Turnigy 9 gram metal geared servos including on separate ailerons and flaps on models with .52 four strokes, never had one fai; yet
|Thread: EBay Ads by Forum Members|
Listed my Hitec Aurora 9 Tx, 2 Optima 7 Receivers and some telemetry items and the HPP22 for connecting and down loading new programs from the Hitec website.
Very little use. Buy it now £220 plus postage
|Thread: Completed Ballerina's Gallery|
I need that sort of gear when the temperature gets down to 5 degrees!!
|Thread: Lucas's Ballerina|
|Thread: Bmfa adds|
The advce that drafts will bounce after 6 days is wrong.
They can take 6 months before the bank finds that they are FAKE. I was offered a similar deal a long time ago but contacted the police. The cybercrime officer told me that it can take that long before the bank finds out that it is a forgery. and then they will take the money back from you and if you haven't got it you are in dead trouble.The officer told me that a man in my own village got taken for £5000.
Don't touch this one with a barge pole.
Edited By Peter Miller on 18/02/2017 11:37:57
|Thread: Chris's Bella Ballerina HD|
Chris. That is half your problem. 14 months and you just burn out. because you are spending all your time trying to get it perfect instead of finished.
|Thread: Throttle Curves?|
I use Exponential on two stroke throttles as it makes the throttle response much more linear.
I regret that my Spektrum doesn't allow me to do this but my old Futaba FF8 does.
|Thread: The War Lover Movie|
It ws on one of the Freeview channels a little while ago.
The flying is good, the rest is best viewed with the fast forward button
Edited By Peter Miller on 17/02/2017 09:16:22
|Thread: Upgrade DX7 gen1|
Why? I am still using my DX7 bought when they first came out. I even bought a spare. original one.
I just found that they will work with the newest Bind and Fly from Horizon. so they will work the new Receivers just fine.
So, buy a new set if you want but the old ones still work well.
|Thread: Help, two speed teapot.|
As I said, Buy a better teapot
Throw it away and buy another
|Thread: All helicopters can not be this bad !!!!!!!!!!!!!|
WE have quite a fewl helicopters flown in our club. IT is very rare for a spare to be needed except after a crash.
Some are very old collectors items, some are pretty new types
No, I don't fly them. I have more sense
Edited By Peter Miller on 15/02/2017 20:51:31
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