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Member postings for David Ashby - Moderator

Here is a list of all the postings David Ashby - Moderator has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: April issue feedback
21/03/2007 10:38:00
Ok, thanks David.
Thread: teach us how
21/03/2007 06:40:00
Danny, we will be making this years 'special issue' (like last years special) a factual edition full of tutorials rather than columns etc.

Thread: April issue feedback
20/03/2007 19:31:00
David

What comments/adverts/reviews were you referring to from the issue?
Thread: Build series - pick a plane
20/03/2007 11:35:00
Wrong thread clive, go to the feedback section to leave your choices.
Thread: Bobcat Review
20/03/2007 11:28:00
Good question Shaun, what did I really mean ;-) ?

Right - the model has some hard points to screw down the retract blocks but you need to make some 'pretty extensive' modifications alongside to get the servo in place and wheel wells cut or air tubes installed as you wish.

I phoned plane nutz and the words 'pretty extensive' are their's although they stressed that the mod isn't difficult.

Although I'll get shot directing you to another site - there is a thread on rcuniverse (nitro models thread) about installing retracts in this model.
Thread: Classified Adds
19/03/2007 12:53:00
Ah yes, I think we'll put that down to work in progress at the moment ;-)
19/03/2007 10:40:00
We havn't any on-line classifieds. Where are you looking?
Thread: Bobcat Review
19/03/2007 10:37:00
Shaun

The model is retract ready and there's plenty of room in the fus'
Some flyers are putting small turbines in the model!
Retracts could be mechanical or air, there's room in the fus' for a cylendar.
Pitfalls - depends on your airstrip as to whether retracts will be ok. If it's too rough then you'll need to be careful. I'd be tempted to use fixed u/c first then install reatacts later when I've got the feeel of the model.
Thread: April issue feedback
19/03/2007 09:59:00
Sorry Dickie, we've been slacking, it's on the way, promise. I'll let you know more when I've got some news.
Thread: HELP ME FIND EVENT!!! please
19/03/2007 06:12:00
Alice, the BMFA Nationals at RAF Barkston Heath near Grantham over the Aug bank holiday weekend is huge and has the national RC competitions alongside a 'show' flight line.

As Steve says, the Cosford show is big and run by the Large Model Association. The Cosford museaum is on the site too.

All depends where you are in the UK and travelling considerations etc.

Thread: ic vs electric
19/03/2007 05:57:00
When you think that most li-po's will take an hour to recharge at 1c then many flyers seem to taske several packs to last a session. Sometimes Ni-cd's can be charged quicker at 2-3c so you'll see a leisure battery on call.
Thread: Newbies
18/03/2007 14:40:00
David, assume it's for your trainer? you wont go too far wrong using between 10x6 - 11x7
18/03/2007 06:50:00
Good advice, well done Antony.
Thread: Multiplex Acromaster
17/03/2007 18:48:00
We may be getting one soon for review, I'll keep you posted.

david.
Thread: hanger 9 mustang a trainer?
16/03/2007 20:33:00
Good luck Antony - if all else fails just lie about the cost... ;-)
Thread: Fleet RC
16/03/2007 17:08:00
I'm trying to contact Fleet Rc for a reader. The website is open but they're not answering the phone or replying to emails.
Has anyone had any recent contact ?
Thread: hanger 9 mustang a trainer?
16/03/2007 09:00:00
Antony

PTS is a Hangar 9 phrase. Progressive trainer system. Grab the March issue where we reviewed the PTS Mustang. It has cip-on leading edge droops and u/c fairings and fixed flaps which all make the Mustang slow and stable on which to learn. It got a good review.
The aid's can be progressively removed as you progress.
They've just released an F-22 Raptor along the same lines.

Thread: Pick a Plane: shortlist
16/03/2007 05:58:00
Can I play ?

Hornett
B25
Islander

and Sea F....sorry sorry..
Thread: Fast electric gliders
16/03/2007 05:53:00
Ditto the Filip...it's a super model, The Sprinter (from Puffin) is another or the new 2.6m X-treme (Puffin) which is a bigger Filip with rudder and flap.
Thread: WOT 4 AR(T)F
15/03/2007 10:10:00
ARTF ? what's that? ;-)

OK, well the choice is endless.
Here's two suggestions - there's the Black Horse Twister which is a copy of the Precedent FunFly which was a classic intermediate model.
The Seagul PC9 is a great follow-on model with nice scale looks.

Good luck John. Tell us how you get on.

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