Here is a list of all the postings Jim Carss has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Irvine 61 new bearings|
Try a simultaneous tap to both sides of the prop driver,motor mechanics use this method to release tapered shafts on ball joints.
|Thread: New tail wheel required|
these might do the trick
|Thread: Skyfarer power...|
Never got a chance to fly it,gave it to a friend of mine,I gave Phil Kent a call and he told me model flies very well his first model was smaller at around 48" span and he built the 55" one and it was sold before he got a chance to fly it.
This is mine built from the Phillip Kent plan.55" span with OS40 Surpass up front.Plenty room for 4st.
|Thread: Cambrian ME109 Funfighter electric build|
Juast finished the Cambrian Hurricane with SC25 up front and it tips the scales bang on 3lbs
|Thread: Pilot Kits|
|Thread: BFW M23c - Golden Age German Racer.|
Cracker job Jim,well done.
|Thread: Local Model Shops|
North Shields maybe ?
Ken just had a look at his facebook page and the shop close on June 30th, very sad.
Edited By Jim Carss on 02/07/2019 10:01:56
|Thread: Cambrian / Cambria Funfighter-----which to choose!|
Dark green Solartex and a couple of coats of satin fuel proofer
Took about 3 weeks to build,not flown yet and it will have to be hand launched.
it will not be me doing the test flight,need someone with fast reactions I think.
The Cambria Spit shows optional u/c but these fun fighters don't look right with u/c dangling.
Just chucked this one together last week,Cambrian Hurricane,got given two kits,the Hurricane from Cambrian and a Spit. from Cambria so the Spit. is next.
Easy build kits,spares are readily available for the Cambrian models, eg. pair of foam wings £25 Decals £10 and canopies at £6.
|Thread: Chiltern DW1a plan|
As you say KC, Parky was a very skilled pilot,you had to be to fly the HG,his prototype went home in a bin bag more times than I can remember.
he eventually got it right and as its name implies it was a hairy little model,if I remember correctly he had a Taipan 15 rear exhaust up front.
apologies to John for straying off topic.
Definitely the 48",got it in the car fully assembled,the Enya 60 fs was never a powerhouse,the model was flown by the late Brian Park ( designer of the Hairy Gnome ) and it flew very well,got snapped up by a club member shortly after the first flight.
so that's why the engine wont start,it's a slope soarer
I built this one in 2004,48" span with Enya 61fs up front, great flier.
Edited By Jim Carss on 07/06/2019 19:08:10
|Thread: APACHE PT19 from SLEC|
Just finished this one,scratch built from the old Pilot range of kits from the 80s,
52" span with ASP30 fs up front and it comes in bang on 5lbs.
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