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Member postings for Stuart Quinn-Harvie 1

Here is a list of all the postings Stuart Quinn-Harvie 1 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
23/09/2020 01:42:56

I've been off the boil for a year or so, so I nailed this old thing together as a first post house-move project. It was designed for the old 600 brushed motors, but now it has the power system from an FMS Explorer aerobatic model in it. 20200922_223500.jpg

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Thread: Return of the SMA
22/09/2020 22:47:22

Oh I'd be up for that. I like a little un. And I was a keen follower of Gray in RCMW when he was championing the SMA.

Thread: Ebay sellers...
16/09/2020 16:39:06

"built from free plan to average standard" "AVERAGE"?

Even I can do better than this. I am intrigued by the built in fin deflection though. Maybe he rigged it for C/L.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mig-17-EDF-RC-Jet-65cm-Span-Servos-Warbird/174403405074?hash=item289b40c512:g:YDMAAOSwb65e95~i

Thread: Converting an Aerographics Gladiator to RC
14/09/2020 14:05:27

Thanks Simon. Oddly ( perhaps, at least ) the model is fitted with pushrods, hinges and horns on rudder than elevator, so It looks like someone has at least attempted it. I will look into the FT power pack.

14/09/2020 00:28:56

Morning ( or wherever it is where you are )

I just picked up a model from a lovely chap who threw in a mostly complete Aerographics Gladiator. ( Very nicely put together ) I have been looking speculatively at it and thinking what a lovely little park flyer it would make. Has anyone already done it?

Thread: Valdez Stol Record breaker build blog
17/05/2019 09:28:40

Thanks for the link, Tim

Thread: Lil Cub
17/05/2019 09:26:03

I will probably build mine straight from the plan, but it's definitely on the schedule to be built before the end of summer so I can fly it this year.

A Kit would be a brilliant idea and would get folks building it who perhaps might be uncertain about a full plan build.

Thread: Cambria Slingsby Eagle Restoration
17/05/2019 08:54:05

Peter: The model was described by Cambria as a "Semi scale slope soarer" it was based on the Eagle, but not particularly scale.

 

Old Geezer: Sprengbrook 2ch  27mhz Brown for me She really was a lovely model in the air wasn't she? Mine was also my first Solarfilm job. 

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Thread: Suitable caption?
14/05/2019 10:49:07

"DIE HUMAN! You control me no longer! I am a free glider"

Thread: Chilli Breeze from Sarik Plan, Electric Conversion.
13/05/2019 23:28:28

Hi folks, one last update on this from me: the CB is fully tested and trimmed and flies superbly now there was not a great deal to do really except adjust the aileron travel with some differential, ( up on both sides ) add a little weight to the tail and it was all sorted: Nigel - thanks very much for the guidelines I MAY put in longer landing gear as our field can get a little shaggy and the CB really is very low down, but - surprisingly to me, yesterday I found out that a hand launch is something she will climb very happily away from. The 10x6 certainly seems fine, but I will slap on a 10 x 7 for comparison and see if there is a bit more vertical with one, but the current prop pulls fine as is. Also now that I am happy with the flying qualities ( very happy) I will put a cowl on it and a number in the roundel on the stbd wing. .

Here is is yesterday after a lovely flying session: ( See what I mean about being REALLY low?) dscf0001 (3).jpg

Once again folks, thanks for all the help and encouragement - you all rock.

Thread: Cambria Slingsby Eagle Restoration
13/05/2019 23:13:24

That is LOVELY the model must be really getting on a bit - I had one in 1978 - my first RC model. really superb work there, well done.

Thread: What is this maneuver called?
07/05/2019 00:05:33

Thanks John, I just looked it up and it seems it can be done with just elevators and throttle (my memory is probably playing tricks on me )

07/05/2019 00:04:14

ELEVATOR!! Thank you . I definitely didn't mean the Harrier - I know what one of those is Thanks Nigel. Cheap battered but flyable foamy 3d model in hand, waiting for Wednesday ( we can only fly Wed, Fri and Sun at our site. )

Yes it does look a lot of fun to learn. I wonder if it's a bit like learning to snowboard after learning to ski? ( They look the same but in many cases you have to do exactly the opposite to get the same result. This means you eat a lot of snow, and thus in this case, bend a lot of foam. Or need lots of new trousers)

06/05/2019 22:08:05

Evening all, I have seen a wonderful aerobatic thing performed by a funfly model. It was this:

Aeroplane slows down into wind until pretty much stationary relative to ground, then ( I think ) all horizontal control surfaces go up and the aeroplane descends vertically whilst parallel to ground until surfaces re centr, engine opens up and it flies off.

Anyone know what this is called and how it's done?

Cheers All.

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
05/05/2019 22:43:47

Oh and here's mine: a Chris Reid Mignon - slightly mucked about with,hence I might call it Minion instead

3s D2836/8 1100KV. A really quick build and nice and easy. Was going to give it some test flying today but I was unwell.

Free plan in RCM&E last year. I like building from free plans - it's a splendid reeducation after a long break away.

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05/05/2019 22:35:45

I like those Rockets: a new one on me and lovely work all concerned.

05/05/2019 22:34:20

That Chilli Breeze is a stonker really very splendid work Ken!

Thread: Valdez Stol Record breaker build blog
03/05/2019 16:26:54

Well done for getting this far with a flooded house. All looking good so far. Will the hinges be available to purchase or the files to download? ( for a fee of course )

Thread: Durafly Hyper Bipe wanted
01/05/2019 18:49:18

Evening all, I am very keen on getting hold of a durafly Hyper Bipe - preferably in the North West ( Or in the box and postable ) anyone have one they want to sell?

Cheers

Thread: New EDF Mini Jets- Jet Provost & Folland Gnat
01/05/2019 15:30:54

Very cool: I don't know how you get time to eat. How does the lightning go with the fan? TSR 2 is an inspired idea too.

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