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Thread: Laser 180 Petrol
09/01/2019 21:47:10

Already on the list for a GA25 - I hope thumbs up

Zero waiting.

Thread: Keeping Warm In Winter Weather
04/01/2019 18:49:12

Hiking boots, cheap Ski trousers, cheap unlined Ski jacket (snow skirt keeps draughts out) with fleece and lumber jack cotton shirt, Faux lined Russian tank driver hat with flaps and fingerless gloves. If really cold/windy I break out the transmitter muff & ski goggles.

Thread: Christmas bush
21/12/2018 13:39:04

Hi Kooka, Tipsy P,

Once the bougainvillea have finished flowering, the Nuytsia flowers start appearing, temperature rises and the sky clears Christmas is coming Arrrrrrr

However here in the UK its wet, grey and I would say miserable but as as an optimist that's what makes the UK so green - can't have everything.

But then a sharp clear frosty morning has its own beauty and when it snows I am in heaven.

Merry Christmas lads.


20/12/2018 10:46:18

Back in WA (Western Australia) this is our Christmas tree complete with tinsel.

Western Australian Christmas Tree (nuytsia floribunda)

The bright golden flowers appear during the festive season and hence it's name. A simple strip of tinsel is all that is needed to create a perfect tree for Christmas. Known to the local Noongar people as morjar, they would use it's bark to make shields and the gum from these wounds is sweet and and can be eaten raw.

It is a tree, but it is unique in that it is parasitic. It’s roots search out other roots, circle round them and penetrate, sucking out nutrients. They have been known to cut unprotected underground cables.

Thread: Slope soaring with a difference
19/12/2018 19:56:47

Phenomenal achievement all be it under special conditions.

Just need a U2 pilot to report it as a Drone sighting wink

Thread: ASP anybody?
14/12/2018 21:59:58

So back to the OP.

Is Sanye Manufacturing/Machinery Co making or will be making 2s engines - anyone with any more info ??

Thread: which is cheaper,IC or ELECTRIC?
30/11/2018 18:46:46


Buts Lamb's is tenderer thumbs up

Thread: Servo for AcroWot XL
26/11/2018 16:55:27

A club member has one with a DLE30 and Towerpro MG996Rs all-round - works fine.

Thread: Warbird Replicas Spitfire LF mk IXc
26/11/2018 16:10:44

DickW - looking good, nice wing seat joint.

Paul - also liking the dash idea thumbs up

Thread: extra to servo fitting
23/11/2018 18:41:56

The servo it's self looks like it takes 4 individual square hollow rubbers, however the rubbers in the picture look like they fit top and bottom at one end. If they are not hollow then you are missing two rubbers.

Thread: Sandbox
15/11/2018 22:04:52

Testing if strapline is added.


Edited By Ace on 15/11/2018 22:05:28

Thread: Binding wire for solder joints
01/11/2018 08:20:30

Thanks - embarrassed I blaming short term memory loss on old age.

01/11/2018 07:24:48

Must be sniffing the same flux smoke as Jon - BTC, You will have to spell it out please Bruce?

Edited By Ace on 01/11/2018 07:25:17

Thread: Buzzing Around
26/10/2018 22:30:13

Excellent thumbs up

Thread: Weighty Alternative
19/10/2018 17:44:18

I dry sand in the oven then when "cold" fill zip bags - cost, almost zero and conforms to most shapes and won't slide.

Thread: Laminated wing tips
09/10/2018 17:33:10

Thanks John thumbs up

09/10/2018 14:45:48


Posted by David Mellor on 09/10/2018 09:37:27:
Posted by john stones 1 on 08/10/2018 22:41:33:

I like adding inside the ribs, makes a strong job.

John, that sounds interesting - how do you do that?

Fit cut inner laminates once the ribs are fitted, and fit in between ribs.

Sorry I can't visualize what you are doing? Could you expand please?

Thread: Fusion
29/09/2018 09:04:22


These guys ran the Fun Fly at the nationals and will probable be ale to answer your question.


Thread: BMFA Website down...?
27/09/2018 13:08:05

Another one back in thumbs up

Thread: Battle of Britain: Model Squadron
25/09/2018 18:45:02

I thought it made excellent viewing with the broad mix of abilities and nationalities adding a true taste of what it must have been like. Liked the inclusion of the various technologies for additional realism.

Similar response as others back from Ch 4 but you never know we may see a follow up thumbs up

Edited By Ace on 25/09/2018 18:46:24

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