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Member postings for Tom Sharp 2

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Thread: Electric Cars.
28/04/2018 15:33:56

Being a Honda Civic owner, petrol by the way, I just had an e-mail from Honda.

The new Civic Diesel, 1.8, 80 to the gallon, minimal pollution.

It appears not every one is giving up on Diesel.

28/04/2018 15:26:19
Posted by Alan Jarvis on 28/04/2018 11:22:11:

Asda provide petrol pumps is that Tosh as well.

Asda are going to become part of Sainsbury's or Vice Versa, so what then. smiley

Thread: How large scale electric can you go?
28/04/2018 15:21:43

Another point is, if there is a queue of flyers wishing to take your slot at a busy club, you want to be sure to get a twenty five minute flight. You may not get another flight that day.

On the other hand, if you can get in as many flights on the day as you wish, then seven minutes is quite acceptable.

Thread: Spring 2018 is here...been flying?
28/04/2018 15:08:58

Not bad here in Cheshire, a bit cool but well flyable. I am just back from the field and am now watching the snooker with a nice cup of milk coffee.

Thread: Electric Cars.
28/04/2018 08:46:55

I used to do 90 miles per day before breakfast in my vans, then another 30 or so later in the day.

But the 90 mile part was only three days per week, so the average would be less.

Thread: what grass treatment do you use?
28/04/2018 02:19:01

A great company for herbicides is Agrigem with which we deal in our nursery business.

agrigem.co.uk

they give free technical advice on

01522 246491

Thread: Spring 2018 is here...been flying?
27/04/2018 17:55:06

touch of frost tonight N England, Scotland, snow on Scottish hills on Sunday

Thread: spektrum safe technology
27/04/2018 00:29:50

At age 86 you should not be punishing yourself with Spectrum. laugh

Thread: what grass treatment do you use?
26/04/2018 20:34:07

Best to check with the farmer that he is not on the Organic scheme before using any herbicide. He/she could lose his/her Organic subsidy due to your actions.

Thread: Laser Engines - Technical questions
25/04/2018 23:47:10

Call it a Laser 155 Spark

Then it can be flown on Petrol or Gasoline without modification.

Thread: Futaba 14SG chat
25/04/2018 23:41:53
Posted by Adrian Smith 1 on 25/04/2018 20:11:34:

Ok this sounds like a dumb question, but do I say, slave 1 to 6 and 5 to 8 to achieve this end? Or is this over-complicating it? Also where do I plug the RX battery power source as I have used all 8 CHs? Sorry if I am being a bit thick! Thanks.

Y lead on any channel.

Thread: where are all the ARTFs?
25/04/2018 23:29:40

Geoff

Ripmax belongs to Slough Radio Control who have a great interest in retailing

Thread: Electric Cars.
25/04/2018 23:23:14

Rover had a Gas Turbine car at one time , wonder what happened to that?

Thread: BBC Weather
25/04/2018 23:13:49

It will be a lovely day on Saturday, I've got to go to a children's birthday party at 12.30!!!!

Thread: Laser Engines - Technical questions
24/04/2018 13:43:47
Posted by bert baker on 24/04/2018 10:44:01:

Call it what you want as long as it's called in stock

yes

Thread: DH 91 Albatross
24/04/2018 01:19:16

I've got four drone motors waiting for a task.

Thread: Laser Engines - Technical questions
24/04/2018 01:14:57

As too a name.

Call it a 'Glaser'

A Gas Laser

Thread: Vauxhall In The Doldrums.....
24/04/2018 00:43:58
Posted by Keith Lomax on 23/04/2018 21:25:01:

Posted by ken anderson. on 18/04/2018 10:03:25:

oop's I forgot Nissan's with Renault engines .......

ken Anderson...ne..1..... motoring dept.

Renault and Nissan are virtually the same company. They have cross ownership of each other's shares, to the extent that is allowed under Japanese laws on foreign investment in Japanese companies. They have the same CEO. They share most R&D.

The Vauxhall van is built under a joint licensing agreement with Renault, Nissan and Fiat. Vans for all four brands are (or at least were) built at Luton.

The small Vauxhall delivery vans are made by Suzuki

24/04/2018 00:36:27
Posted by Peter Christy on 23/04/2018 22:29:17:

 

That's five helicopters in there, support equipment and room to spare! (Clockwise from top left: Morley Bell 47, Kyosho Caliber, JR Agusta 109, MicroMold Linnet and a Schluter DS-22)

Would seat seven, though the two in the dicky seat in the back needed to be quite small.....

laugh

--

Pete

Some good old noisy passengers you've got there Petelaugh

 

Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 24/04/2018 00:41:52

Thread: Electric Cars.
24/04/2018 00:31:26

At a family Christmas party myself and several other oldies were trying to describe Smog to a group of thirty somethings.

Hard as we tried, with tales of people dying in the street , couldn't see your hand in front of your face in the middle of the day etc, we could not convince them of the phenomenon.

And when the words Pea-Soupers was mentioned they were in stitches.

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