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Member postings for David Foley

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Thread: Spring is here. Who is flying?
03/05/2019 13:46:14

Nigel R

Have you tried "spoilerons," very good at bleeding of speed on pattern models.

Takes a little setting up, but worth the effort.

Thread: RCME June 1994.
17/01/2019 19:06:19

Plans for the "60" size were only available from the designer. I borrowed a set from a friend.

Will take a few photo's when I get back home and post. Model to far on for a build thread.

The date on the plan is 1993, about the time FG kits started to appear and were quite expensive as most

came from the USA. The idea behind the design was to have an easily build competitive model that anyone

could build. The model is about 10% bigger over all, its not just that the moments have been stretched.

16/01/2019 22:19:16

Nigel, It's 671/2 ins. I also flew his Rival, a great "go to" model.

16/01/2019 20:25:46

Have a "60" size Chilli Wind in build at present, Just measured fuzz at 641/2 ins

nose ring to rear of rudder. Mr Delacole gave us some great airplanes.

Thread: Hartatack
28/11/2018 17:45:36

Cheers guys, I will put a post on the GBRCAA forum and see if anything shows up.

Dave

28/11/2018 00:16:28

This is along shot, but does anyone have any info on this model.

Designed by Keith Hart around 1984-85, one of the first turnaround

models. Plans and foam veneered cores were available at the time.

Dave

Thread: Martyn's Dalotel
18/07/2018 14:02:35

Well done. Looking foward to test flight report.

Dave

Thread: Super Star
26/02/2018 14:53:30

Looks great, Is it a mark 1 or 2 ??

Thread: Glue for veneered wing?
29/01/2018 14:37:30

Cloth can now be got as light as .5 ozs. and is much stronger than tissue.

Tissue is just a light version of chopstrand mat.

All glass supplied in kits is what's known as "fibre glass tape", will do the job

but a little over kill.

Thread: Wolfgang Matt Joker
26/11/2017 16:11:07

It may no workout on the 60 size in the same place.

26/11/2017 13:18:57

Go to one of the on line C of G calculators and a good place to start is 25% MAC.

This is as far foward as you should go. Move aft as needed. I usually work between

25-35%

Thread: F3a type plans
15/09/2017 15:06:04

There are hundreds of "F3A" designs. When Phil 9 asked for more up to date designs

I assumed modern day "2 metre" airplanes.

Edited By David Foley on 15/09/2017 15:07:34

15/09/2017 11:51:09

Here are a few more. Outerzone has the Typhoon 2+2 and over on RCU Papaone has his Harmonie.

Great designs and plans are for free.

Thread: Glass clothing
31/07/2017 01:12:19

Have used methonal to thin West System for a number of years now with great results,

The main reason for thinning the resin is to help reduce the amount of resin used as weight

can build up very quickly by using this method.

 As a small minus the resin will go off

faster but you will have plenty of working time. (Mix 50:50)

Edited By David Foley on 31/07/2017 01:14:42

Thread: Radiolink
08/06/2017 13:40:22

Thanks for the input guys. I think these two radios maybe worth a look at in time

as they seem to be popular with the home build drone set and quad racing.

Thread: Loaded Dice III
08/06/2017 02:22:38

Loaded Dice III, Wing Span 72 ins, Length 78 ins. Designed for the OS 140 RX

and Webra 120-145 RE.

Thread: Radiolink
05/06/2017 15:05:03

Anyone tried this brand, sounds interesting and looks really smart.

AT 10 II or AT9 S, programming very much like Futaba.

Thread: Mirus Build Blog
23/02/2017 00:10:45

Well done, wish I could build that fast. Colours look realy well.

Dave

17/02/2017 02:00:04

Great build. Remember this model from my youth. Looking foward to your finished model and test Flight.

Dave

Edited By David Foley on 17/02/2017 02:01:12

Thread: Dave Smith Models
19/06/2016 13:55:51

Nice one Steve, a Super Dalotel would be really good. Saw G.Briggs fly one a few times

Dave.

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