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Member postings for Stephen Smith 14

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Thread: What rx battery??
08/01/2018 22:13:08

Just done a quick google as I don't know the charger but would appears it would be no problem

08/01/2018 19:22:01

Have about 10 of these some now 3 years old and know a few others with them, very low self discharge cheap and don't know of one failing

Thread: Kittyhawk ruined?
04/01/2018 19:10:38

I like it

Thread: Os max 55ax
03/01/2018 19:48:20

Could try these had loads of motor bike work done by them and there work is second to non, didn't think they would do model engines but list rc planes on there home page.

Thread: Fuel proofing - what to use?
03/01/2018 19:31:58

Two pack automotive lacquer, completely fuel proof, cheap about £20 for a litre of lacquer and half a litre of hardner, just hold your breath if you spray it then run out of the room.

Thread: Which Hitec Radio
31/12/2017 22:44:49
Posted by GaryG on 31/12/2017 22:34:13:
Well I opened my new aurora 9 yesterday I have set up my Zĺin Z50 on it and am ready to go flying once the weather improves. Very impressed so far with aurora 9 system and it's ease of use. GaryG

Good choice, won't get head ache with it, and I bet you never have to ask how to use it.

Thread: Pulled or pushed ?
29/12/2017 20:02:06
Posted by Tom Sharp 2 on 29/12/2017 18:49:31:

Posted by DH 82A on 29/12/2017 11:44:46:

The old saying " Nature abhors a vacuum ". ( showing my age there ).

My dear old dad was always quoting that saying.

still don't know what abhors means

Regard with disgust and hatred

Thread: Which Hitec Radio
26/12/2017 18:43:32

Take the hammer to the taranis, that most of your problems solved and buy the aurora. Bind set up go fly simples

Thread: Un-seizing a brand new engine
21/12/2017 19:48:10

Vice and mole grips works for me.

Thread: New Laser engines. What do you want?
09/12/2017 10:20:49

45 degrees should work for everyone neither up or down.

Thread: Where do I buy fuel?
12/11/2017 19:33:40

Cox will run fine on many of the car fuels.

12/11/2017 18:25:09 Rotherham Barnsley Kiveton Park Dinnington Doncaster Nottingham

All easily reached from Chesterfield, I know some sell model technics and some have Optifuel which I use and have never had a problem.

Thread: Paul Heckles - Excellent training session!
27/10/2017 21:33:38
Posted by Tom Thomas on 27/10/2017 20:32:04:

It must be around here somewhere? ........ ah found it! Here's your dummy Jonathan! cheeky


27/10/2017 20:02:03

Exactly you point out how much you have spent and have to spend then charge £50 an hour one to one, now imagine all you needed was a few hundred pounds of equipment and reprice your charges.

Thread: Fuel Choice?
27/10/2017 19:42:30

Optifuel all the and there from Yorkshire so it must be good

Thread: Paul Heckles - Excellent training session!
27/10/2017 19:25:32

Training is all well and good but I just don't see how they can justify the price £50 an hour, in my business I have 10s of thousands of pounds worth of equipment plus rent rates insurance phone electric the overheads list is huge, and all for only £40 an hour.

I like to give something back to the hobby that I have enjoyed for over 45 years,, as the only official trainer in our club not many weekends go by without teaching someone or helping with something, thankfully we don't have the silly rule that only allows instructors to help, most people that can help will.

Small club that encourages old young beginner and expert.

Thread: ACRO WOT XL or WOTS WOT XL ????
18/10/2017 19:11:44

I have a acro wot with a dle 40 twin, can't have to much power

Thread: Autumn here...who's been flying ?
10/10/2017 22:47:18
Posted by john stones 1 on 10/10/2017 22:07:16:

I never questioned your competence Stephen, I merely suggested another route to air your dislike of the picy, I sit down when I'm spotting.

You may not have questioned my competence but the last line certainly questions my motivation for the post.

or is it o.k as long as not fpv ?

10/10/2017 21:48:22
Posted by john stones 1 on 10/10/2017 13:01:41:

Don't disagree, but you could have p.m'd, we all drop clangers now n again. Lots of flying takes place in public places, this forum has loads of talk of crashing/lost control/had nowt/is my radio iffy/i had a flyaway/did you set your failsafe etc etc etc ? Good publicity ? or is it o.k as long as not fpv ?

I fly fpv both fixed wing and multi rotor, I sit down and my spotter stands behind me, I also set my failsafe. As for crashing I do everything to avoid it but that would be an accident not a deliberate action.

Over 40 years of rc and only one iffy radio it did cause a crash admitted, but as I range check regularly i spotted further problems with the replaced tx before I had another.

09/10/2017 23:12:45

Of cause they where, silly me.

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