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Simon P07/12/2017 18:02:37
70 forum posts
4 photos

Thanks for the compliments regarding my Q-Tee.

Wow Paul, that Waco is really beautiful. I love the in flight shots. That's what I wanted for my Q-Tee but my 4 year old son's photography skills weren't quite up to the task. Hehe.

trebor07/12/2017 18:13:49
1427 forum posts
174 photos

Now I'm getting depressed, puts my models to shame crying

Pete Willbourn07/12/2017 18:33:22
536 forum posts
280 photos

627362.jpgMight as well add mine !627360.jpg

cymaz07/12/2017 18:59:15
7329 forum posts
964 photos


Ace07/12/2017 19:03:47
148 forum posts
12 photos

Not in the same league but here's my 40" effort.

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Denis Watkins07/12/2017 19:22:15
2386 forum posts
122 photos

Wow Ace

And a Surpass up front

john stones 107/12/2017 21:10:01
9062 forum posts
1399 photos

Very nice lads yes

KiwiKid07/12/2017 23:28:44
329 forum posts
267 photos

Really enjoying the bipe pics! For the rest of us mere mortals the ARF Dynam Waco is a good looking fun park and club flyer with a short build time smiley



Edited By KiwiKid on 07/12/2017 23:31:23

Gordon Whitehead 108/12/2017 10:32:43
178 forum posts
108 photos

Thanks for the kind comments guys and it's splendid to see such a great collection of even more bipes yes

It's over 6 years since I last built a plane and boy did it take some getting back into. The workshop was a permanent tip and I kept having to hunt down tools and materials that somehow hid themselves as soon as I'd put 'em down. So to make sure I don't forget how again, I'm gonna start my next build pretty darned soon and get properly organised!



Geoff Sleath08/12/2017 12:43:41
2265 forum posts
165 photos

I'm glad I'm not the only one who has problems finding tools I only put down a few seconds before! The biggest culprit is my 150mm steel rule which has markings I can actually see - it slides under things and deliberately hides.

Yes, I'm loving all these bipes, too. Now I've just about finished my Mew Gull it's time to get started on either an indoor EaChine SE5a or my DB Cirrus Moth. Biplanes are doubly enjoyable


Peter Garsden09/12/2017 16:55:23
1173 forum posts
758 photos

Not in plentiflul supply now but holder of the DS Soaring world record for 2 metre gliders (350mph methinks) This is a Dynamic 60 by Joe Manors from California. I have the D40 also and they go like stink. Looking forward to maidening it soon:-


Edited By Peter Garsden on 09/12/2017 16:56:18

Robert Parker15/12/2017 14:55:15
720 forum posts
992 photos

Hi All,

Just finished building a Cessna Skylane from the Global kits from the 80's



72" wingspan, Irvine .46 power

David Davis15/12/2017 20:44:34
2752 forum posts
460 photos

thumbs up

Chris Walby17/12/2017 07:09:42
330 forum posts
39 photos

Miss ordered a couple of HK motors (my fault !) so hunted a suitable size model. For a new boy balsa butcher and first time cloth/resin user its very stand off finish (but then again I don't think it was ever really intended to be pure scale).

The idea is to have it lurking in the back of the car for the grab and go bit of fun when you just fly without assembly.


PS On 3S2200 performance is good and if anyone is interested I could do a build blog

PPS and of course you all knew it is a TN Ta154 !


Edited By Chris Walby on 17/12/2017 07:12:27

Pete Willbourn04/01/2018 16:44:43
536 forum posts
280 photos

skylark 003.jpgskylark 002.jpgA "new model for the Christmas holidays , A Skylark , so could not miss the chance of trying it out over Christmas and new years eves !!

Pretty viceless, ideal for a "B" cert practice airframe

Happy new Year skylark001.jpg

Paul Marsh07/01/2018 15:37:16
3120 forum posts
871 photos

Almost finished the SBD Dauntless off. The speed brakes were a pain to set up, used quite a few channels, the flap and dive brakes are set in different modes: Flap only, flap and brakes, brakes only. plus retracts.

sbd dauntless (1).jpg

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Chris Walby07/01/2018 16:08:27
330 forum posts
39 photos


Great looking model, best wishes on the maiden. I would be really interested to hear how the different flaps/speed brakes affect the flight performance as they look quite substantial!

Nice one smiley

Jon Laughton07/01/2018 16:41:30
1047 forum posts
79 photos

img_5150.jpgFlighline 1600mm Spitfire IX awaiting maiden - 6S powered

Paul Marsh12/01/2018 15:27:55
3120 forum posts
871 photos

Micro F-86 Sabre, from Hobico. Comes BNF for a Tactic transmitter, which I already have...

f-86sabre (2).jpg

Max Z12/01/2018 16:04:46
405 forum posts
187 photos

Readers of the February '18 issue of RCM&E may recognise my new Vectorcraft:


Fly low!


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