Here is a list of all the postings David Hayward. has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Hangar One|
Thank you all for your comments; appreciated as always.
Does anyone have any experience with Hangar One kits? I am particularly interested in the Curare 64.
|Thread: Youtube, Vimeo and Photobucket videos|
Can someone please advise how I post an MP4 video from my PC. Originally taken with my mobile phone. Note this is not a youtube video but one taken with my mobile, now residing on my PC.
|Thread: Saito FA40 Performance Increase|
Hi Martin, its a Saito FA40a
Is there anyone out there providing engine tuning? I would like an increase in performance from my Saito FA40 over and above just setting it up correctly. I am aware engine tuning comes at a cost in terms of engine wear etc, but would like to explore this option if it is available.
|Thread: SC36 dims|
Thank you, much appreciated.
Great idea if I actually had a motor to measure.
Edited By David Hayward. on 28/10/2018 19:42:25
I'm looking for an accuracy of +/- 2mm
|Thread: Model flying photos you're proud of|
Clubmate Derek's Skyhawk on final approach...
|Thread: Twin 2 strokes or twin 4 strokes|
Thanks Jon, that's about the right sound for a Mosquito when I eventually get to it.
Great feedback everyone, this has to be one of the best forums if not the best for good information and advice. My current thinking is to go for 2x 2 strokes for the Grumpy Tiger Cub and 2x 4 strokes for the Mosquito. Where can I hear 2x 4 strokes together?
I hear Jon's suggestion of using the same engine's for both models - did consider this but decided I did not want to 'disable' the Grumpy Tiger Cub.
As for 2x electric, hell will freeze over first.
I am interested in building a twin i.c engine model and intend to build Peter Miller's Grumpy Tiger Cub as a starting point, then perhaps go on to build a Mosquito at some point in the future.
I would be interested to hear people's views on the various merits and or advantages/disadvantages of using either 2x stroke or 2x 4 stroke engines.
|Thread: Chorus Gull|
Ok, thank you to everyone that contributed and thank you Martin, I can now see after doing a couple of basic drawings how dihedral effectively means the wing tapers top and bottom from root to tip.
Martin, I see you have an image of a Mew Gull in one of your albums, is this actually the Brian Peckham Chorus Gull I am about to build? Do you have any images of the build?
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