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: sbach 30cc rudder|
can anyone explain why my sbach 30cc dives quite aggressively for the ground when i apply full rudder while straight and level ??
even while holding up elevator it still wants to nose in
Edited By john melia 1 on 09/04/2015 09:51:49
Edited By john melia 1 on 09/04/2015 09:53:24
|Thread: Crimping Tool for servo extensions|
now 2015 , and it still says price tba on fighter aces website !!!!!
|Thread: petrol engines|
os petrol engines on probuild are ...... guess what ? ....out of stock
|Thread: imminent maiden|
well not anymore after seeing the weather forecast for the weekend , 50mpg gusts !!!! and rain for next week ..... good old northeast of england
|Thread: 85A Leisure Battery|
just came back in and checked battery , the charger is sitting at 1.3A constant , and the battery seems to be charging
theres only one channel in operation , the others just light up when the charger is switched on , i put a few tablets into each cell yesterday , the battery was my mates , and hasnt been used in quite a while , when i got it yesterday it was resding 10.6V on the multimeter
set the charger as above , with 4A timer off , and capacity cutoff off , but it dropped pretty quick to 0.9A , its showing 1.3A on the photo but by the time i had took it , it was 0.9A .... any ideas
Edited By john melia 1 on 25/03/2015 09:25:48
phil will i need to turn the timer off on the charger , and do i need to set the peak or just leave it
apparently its 1/10th of the capaicity
thanks guys, so what do i set the current at on this quattro charger .. 3 or 4V as phil suggests , and leave for 24hrs ?
cheers phil , i've had it on for 9hrs today at 0.5A , should i put it on again tomorrow for another 7hrs or so , how do i know when its fully charged
can anyone tell me what i can charge this battery at ? I have a hobbyking quattro 4x6 charger
|Thread: airbus a310|
oops put it on twice , 2m wingspan pretty cool
Edited By john melia 1 on 11/03/2015 07:38:53
Edited By john melia 1 on 11/03/2015 07:40:08
|Thread: Seagull Space Walker 2|
i have two sets of spacwalker 2 wings you can have free if you want them , depends on where you live though
|Thread: First gas model ...|
i think if you are going down the petrol route , then noise is not an issue , there will always be someone to complain though , just the way it is
|Thread: man flu|
"man flu" is the worst ailment ever , a lot worse than anything a woman can get
|Thread: First gas model ...|
i fly only petrol now , got rid of all the messy gunky nitro stuff and never looked back , i had a few hiccups at the beginning but thats to be expected . love the sound , they may be a little on the loud side but once up in the air and throttled back a bit they aint too bad , plus you can get aftermarket exhausts if you need to get the noise down , but exhaust replacement is only part of the equasion , a lot of noise is from the prop , and the fuse vibrating like a drum skin , i pack mine out with foam to deaden it .
why pay £20 a gallon for nitro when you can get a gallon of petrol for a fiver or thereabouts . I've nevef been into electric stuff , doesnt float my boat , but thats just me
|Thread: current draw|
phil that is the question i was trying to ask but didnt know how lol , basically is the ar8000 up to handling five 7.4v servos .
wow thought a few electronic gurus would have chimed in by now
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