Here is a list of all the postings john melia 1 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: analogue and digital frame rate|
All my servos on my sbach are digital apart from the elevator servos which are hitec 654mg's ultra torque , can anyone explain what would happen if I changed the frame rate from 22ms to 11ms , I know the servos would be quicker , but what would happen to the elevator servos with this frame rate
|Thread: Engine test rig|
I like it a lot steve , looks very steam punk to me
|Thread: A warning|
|Thread: HK selling OS engines seems I didn't see that coming|
Yeah none in the uk warehouse as usual
|Thread: j3 cub aileron rudder mix|
Not much dihedral there martin if any
The cub has no dihedral
I fly mainly aerobatic stuff , I have a 30cc sbach and two caps , one 45cc and the other 62cc , I just find flying the cub is like trying to steer a brick round the sky , it is sluggish , seems to take an age for aileron input to take effect , and when it does it slowly comes around .
Like I say , I had aileron differential before I required an extra channel , and that sorted out any yaw it had in the turns , its quite big as well 26cc , I'm not sure why I persevere with it , cos to be honest its not my bag ( as austin powers would say ) but there is something quirky about it that I cant quite put my finger on .
Anyway I'm looking at a yak , so it might end up for sale yet
Heres a simple question , which I should already know the answer to , but without getting out and flying I'm not quite sure , I would like to add aileron/rudder mix on the tx for my j3 cub , which I have been flying with aileron differential , but I need an extra channel as I've made a candy dropper so I have had to put the ailerons on a y lead .
When I input the mix , I add rudder in the same direction as the turn ?
Yes just thought I'd get the chip off my shoulder , wouldnt it be easier if it was all under one umbrella so to speak
Just wondering what the popularity is at the minute with chips this and chips that , I counted eight posts on the opening page this morning
|Thread: Newbie from Washington, Tyne and Wear|
Hi Neil I'm just down the road from you in primrose jarrow , depends what your going to ultimately end up flying as to which club you join , i'm a member of three clubs upto now , boldon , gateshead , and chester le street , boldon is ok if you are going to fly predominantly electric , even though they allow 60 size nitros they tend to complain about the noise but you can fly from the back of your car , gateshead is ok but the strip limits you to the size of model you want to fly , chester le street club (craghead) is good for anysize model , but there is a fair way to carry your gear from the car to the strip , and its also the most expensive club of the lot to join .
I'm now flying 30cc to 62cc size models so I'll be dropping boldon , and gateshead , and re-joining chestrr le street , and also Cramlington ( yes ben I am definately going to join lol)
Anyway drop me an inbox if you want , and we can exchange numbers if you like and have a chat . Two fellow flyers also live in washington
|Thread: THIEVING SCUM|
Yeah , keep ypur eyes and ears open ben , someone might just have a slack tongue , its happened before , good luck
Sorry to hear that Ben , dark nights brings the scumbags out, get some cameras ben , if I had my way I'd electrocute them
|Thread: turnigy accucell 6|
Does anyone know how to change the NiMh setting to manual ? I have tried every combined key press imaginable to no avail , it still registers auto
|Thread: Wot 4 xl so it's a OS 91 surpass or DLE 20 petrol......Thoughts and advice needed|
|Thread: Dle55 is it too big|
Not sure but I have a black horse cap 80inch with a 45cc in it if thats any help
|Thread: electric aerobatic|
I'm looking for an electric aerobatic model capable of precision aerobatics , something around 30e to 50e depending on price , budget is around £250, I'm based in the northeast of england
|Thread: C.A.D.M.A.C fly in this weekend|
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