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Member postings for Zflyer

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Thread: LiFe battery
19/09/2019 19:47:33

Is it possible to charge a completely discharged LiFe battery. Brand new and left it hooked up to rx. No sign of life now

Thread: BMFA mobile app
06/08/2019 22:13:09

Is anyone else having trouble getting BMFA hosted website to work on their mobile. Up and till a couple of months ago our club site was working using my mobile. On wi fi it works no problem but mobile data it cannot even find the site.

From enquiries with club members it appears that the only problem is on the EE network. Enquiries with them maintain it is a problem with the host end.

Any other people out there having trouble accessing BMFA hosted site having the same trouble.

Thread: U/C fixing
26/04/2019 11:46:30

I have used a metal washer under the screw head, on both occasions the bolts have come clean away.

However I do not use them again as the threads get damaged.

The off white ones are those I use.

Should they shear inside a hot pointed screwdriver tends to get them out.

Thread: Where's all the stock?
25/04/2019 12:33:14

Gliders at Newark. Great shop great service.

No I am not the owner just a satisfied customer

Thread: FlyFly MD11 airliner
25/04/2019 12:09:07

Almost ready to maiden, first time airliner and EDF flyer. Anyone have any control throw specs as the (limited) manual only gives CoG.

Thread: U/C fixing
25/04/2019 12:06:55

May not work for everyone but have lost the undercarriage plate ue to long grass or ahem, nearly perfect landings.

I have found using nylon screws/bolts is a good solution as this pull out leaving everything else intact. Just replace them with new ones.

Thread: Turbine Flyers Site
27/03/2019 12:26:05

SCRCAC have a limited number of spaces for membership of turbine model flyers.

Look at www.scrcac.bmfa.org

Thread: Hangar 9 P51 10cc
05/03/2019 17:22:52

It is the Hangar 9 Mustang and it gives the AS3 X tx settings, however this does not give the actual surface setups.

Hey ho

05/03/2019 13:57:57

I will see if i have tbe add on page at the end

Chiz

05/03/2019 13:13:06

Thanks Alan, I have the manual and couldn't find anything in there re control surface parameters, it has the tx setup for the AS3 X and details for engine setup. All very useful I guess it will have to be a gentle maiden flight and easy on the controls....

05/03/2019 12:07:46

Hello folks (Harry Secombe anyone), I have the Hangar 9 P51 10cc and am looking for control surface setup if anyone can help.

Chiz

Thread: Programming AR636A
26/02/2019 09:23:20

Thanks Bruce.

26/02/2019 05:58:28

Flight Mode query

Hi folks. I have an ASX 3 rx and all six chanels are in use. ( flaps and u/c). Can i still assign and use a switch for program mode or do i need a spare chanel?

Chiz

Mick

Thread: Sutton Coldfield RCAC
19/02/2019 09:44:55

Sutton Coldfield Radio Control Aero Club has been around for well over 60yrs. Currently the club uses its Fradley site which has both tarmac and grass runways and caters for fixed wing and multi rotor advocates.

Due to HS 2 the club are having to relocate and have secured a site at Hademore near Lichfield. It is a grass runway with space for both disciplines. It is hoped that a new cub hut and toilet block will be up and running in the near future certainly in time for the funfly later this year.

The club is open to new members so please look us up

http://www.scrcac.bmfa.org

Thread: HS 2
19/02/2019 09:34:52

Well we have just signed the lease for our new site. So currently we have two locations to fly from.

http://www.scrcac.bmfa.org for more info.

RE HS2 I was recently chatting with a local farmer, apparently he and one or two others are still owed money by HS 2 I am surprised they haven't grouped together to take a 'class action' through the Court.

I have also been told, though have no veracity concerning the source, that the Treasury have let it be known there isn't funding for the project and is unlikely to be so until 2030

Thread: Biggles' Mess (the renamed cafe!)
27/02/2018 10:44:24

Prop In

Thread: Unique Texan T6 - PC 9
27/02/2018 10:23:28

I have a Unique T6 Texan also known as a PC 9.

The limited photo instructions do not give information on the c of g.

Using the appropriate formulae c of g works out at 80 -85 mm from leading edge.

You tube, font of knowledge, (cess pool of idiocy) has a coupe of videos. One shows removal of epo inside cockpit to house lipo. I am not a great fan of removing material which may damage structural integrity. I have placed my weight at the rear of the aircraft under the tail. I removed part of the moulded skid and placed the weight at that site some 130grms !.

That just about gets it right.

A flying colleague has the same model and he too has some 5oz at the rear.

The aircraft flies well on that weight, I have yet to maiden mine.

Have any of you had to sort the c of g for this plane.

Thread: Six Nations 2018
23/02/2018 13:46:03

The Scotland France was great. The were more French in Kilts than the natives.

Good result for Scotland. Hope they turn up to give a better game against England than last year. Figure they must have left their team on the coach.

Looking forward to a full blooded game.

Thread: lettering and decals
22/02/2018 17:11:35

I have used my computer to create lettering and patterns etc, and also downloaded logos and images.

I fix these to the model using one side laminating film and covering iron.

Works ok

Thread: HS 2
22/02/2018 16:46:57

The money could help with the West Coast line and fill in some of the pot holes, as motorbike rider they scare the .... out of me

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