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Member postings for Tom Sharp 2

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Thread: ED MK IV
18/11/2017 18:39:42

could be that's why they were called Electronic Developments.laugh

Thread: E-Flite Lipos Shock, Horror! A Serious Waste of Money?
18/11/2017 02:27:12

I have two E-flight 2200 lipo's in a Blade 360 quad. they are three years old and still in perfect condition despite lots of use.

Thread: ED MK IV
17/11/2017 02:08:32

 

What you need is a Keil Kraft Trueflex, 10x6. 4/11 in 1953 money.

Sad Old Git that I am, I've still got a few somewhere.

Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 17/11/2017 02:10:25

Thread: J Perkins Albatross 2m glider
16/11/2017 18:57:18

I am sure some one somewhere will have put a PDF copy on line.

Thread: New Laser engines. What do you want?
16/11/2017 18:49:39

Expanding into a new area of the market can sometimes fail big time.

Bolly props in Australia were a successful company exporting model props worldwide, they then ventured into much larger props for the Microlite market.

Unfortunately it proved more difficult the collect the money from the microlite brigade.

Result no Bolly prop company.

Thread: 4.8 v or 6 v receiver packs ?
16/11/2017 18:35:09

I second that.

Thread: Fokker D8
15/11/2017 20:02:50

I like your pedigree, it's as good as the Austrian naval captain in 'Sound of Music'

Love the colour scheme, a lovely scheme on a lovely model

Thread: New Laser engines. What do you want?
15/11/2017 19:42:46

In the 1980's/1990's there was a five cylinder radial using OS four stroke pots and incorporating a reduction gear reminiscent of full size radials.

I remember it at the shows but never saw one on the field.

I think it was made by the firm that made the Magnum four strokes.

Thread: Al?s Hobbies Customer Service
15/11/2017 18:29:53

Which Al are we talking about, Al Senior or Al junior?

Thread: Andrew's Chippie Build
15/11/2017 00:11:09

aren't you worried about burglars, that looks like your front door serving as a building board

Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 15/11/2017 00:11:47

Thread: Full size electric flying
14/11/2017 18:02:01

I saw an electric microlite at our local microlite airfield recently, the sound was just a pleasant ticking noise. There is a commercial one being imported from China, all ready to go, 100 K.

Thread: Help need on my first large Model
14/11/2017 17:54:23

you will be lucky to get a Laser engine at the moment, they aint got none. You will have to go Saito like wot I done.

Thread: Veron Fokker DVIII 46
13/11/2017 00:26:13

Daithi

To go back to biplane fighters and their lasting appeal, it came to a point in the 1930s when monoplane airliners were faster than front line RAF biplane fighters.

In the film 'The Blue Max', ace pilot George Peppard met his maker when the new monoplane fighter he was demonstrating suffered a wing snapping off.

Western front, it was all due to that best selling anti war book by a German author, called, 'All Quiet on the Western Front'  

I just love old biplanes and all the details

Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 13/11/2017 00:33:35

Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 13/11/2017 00:40:07

Thread: Magnum Open rocker 4 stroke engines
13/11/2017 00:15:34
Posted by Robert Putley 1 on 12/11/2017 19:42:32:

Correct Percy. It was Power max who produced/marketed the Magnum four strokes as discussed here.

Irvine Engines were the distributers of the Magnum engines not Powermax, see my post above.

12/11/2017 12:25:54

 

Irvine Engines advert RCMW May 1984.

Four Stroke Supremacy with Magnum Engines.

Magnum .91 cu in ...... £145

Magnum 1.80 cu in V Twin ...... £350

Magnum 3.6 cu in Three cylinder Radial ...... £510

Any comments Jon.

Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 12/11/2017 12:26:48

Thread: Design & Build Dornier Do 24
12/11/2017 12:02:08

There is a picture of the DO 24 in the May 1984 edition of Radio Control Model World.

Referred to in the magazine as an unusual prototype.

This model is equipped with three Saito 40 four strokes driving three blade props.

No wingspan is quoted but to my eye it looks about 100 inches when looking at another photo of it among other models on the water.

Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 12/11/2017 12:05:27

Thread: Veron Fokker DVIII 46
12/11/2017 11:26:19

Daithi

I blame Kiel Kraft, their D8 model was a big seller.

the real legacy of the aircraft was the wings snapping off in the early models which kept the wire braced  biplane soldiering on for another ten years or more.

 

Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 12/11/2017 11:27:40

Thread: State of the Art R/C - in 1953!
12/11/2017 11:12:20

never mind the planes, look at the car

Thread: Glider Tow
11/11/2017 22:08:48

anything for a larf

Thread: Veron Fokker DVIII 46
11/11/2017 21:21:46

I'm pleased to see that the drawings refer to Fokker E V (Eindekker Five) One Wing.

Rather than the later name Fokker D8 (Dopple Dekker Eight) Two Wing.

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