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Member postings for Tom Sharp

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Thread: Flair Fokker D.VII Build
14/08/2013 23:21:16

Andy, your full size video, real flying porn.

Thread: Getting back there....
13/08/2013 21:49:28

May your God go with you.

Thread: HobbyKing Hawker Hunter
12/08/2013 08:17:18

Looks too nice to risk down at the field.

Thread: Returning pilot looking for the right electric RTF
11/08/2013 19:40:47
Posted by david crease on 11/08/2013 10:52:46:

this might be a ridiculous question.. .but can a WOT4e be hand launched?


Any conventional model that you can actually pick up can be hand launched.





Edited By Tom Sharp on 11/08/2013 19:42:28

Thread: Built in LiPos
09/08/2013 20:22:13

At the fIying field, I would not want my precious model to be parked alongside a model with it's Lipo being charged in situ. So I would object most strongly to this practice.

09/08/2013 00:02:17
Posted by Martin Harris on 08/08/2013 23:54:12:

Didn't Boeing build their LiPos into the Dreamliner?


Thread: Field etiquette
08/08/2013 22:39:01

Is that your phone or mine?

08/08/2013 00:01:11

One call you dont hear to often nowadays is "Interference".

07/08/2013 23:55:02

Dead on the nail BEB thumbs up

Thread: Just getting started
07/08/2013 19:48:22
Posted by Dave Stedman on 07/08/2013 19:31:16:

Hi Steve,

its a Thunder tiger pro-36.

I don't know about the prop as I don't understand. It says on the prop 23-10 9-4"

what does that mean?


Metric and Imperial sizes sounds the right size for that engine.

Thread: Not My pic but had to share it :)
05/08/2013 09:41:45


Thread: 1/3 scale WWI full Pilot figures
03/08/2013 21:28:29

It was on BBC breakfast the other morning. A 3D printer printing out a realistic copy of the presenters head.

The presenters said that these machines are available for less than 1K in High Street shops right now. So any small group of large scale modellers could jusify the purchase of such a machine.

Thread: FASST or FHSS?
01/08/2013 20:48:15
Posted by Phil Green on 31/07/2013 08:44:55:

Tom:>>Spektrum is owned by and was developed by Bachmann model railways.

Er... that would be 'Spectrum' Tom. A different thing entirely teeth 2

Hi Phil,

I am going by what it says on the back of all Parkzone and E-flight instruction books.

I Quote.

The Spektrum trademark is used by permissiom of Bachmann Industries Inc.

Thread: Tribute to the DH Mosquito
31/07/2013 19:39:24

Barton, it was circling around my house while waiting for it's slot.

Thread: 14SG or 12FG?
30/07/2013 23:20:54

My 14SG says made in Taiwan, and I love it.

Thread: Rolls Royce Hucknall MAC July Scale and Jet Weekend
30/07/2013 23:16:33

Great Pictures.

Lovely picture of the Boulton Paul Delta, what was powering it?

Thread: FASST or FHSS?
30/07/2013 23:07:17
Posted by Frank Skilbeck on 30/07/2013 14:11:10:

It's probably more that Horizon hobbies own Spektrum, Parkzone and E Flite so it's logical for them to develop their Ultramicro foamies amd helis around their inhouse radio system.

Spektrum is owned by and was developed by Bachmann model railways.

Thread: 14SG or 12FG?
30/07/2013 22:43:12

It all boils down to,

which turns heads down at the field.

Thread: Tribute to the DH Mosquito
29/07/2013 20:41:13

I often wonder how a RR Griffon engined version would have performed.

Thread: What could it have been - Old Glider kit
29/07/2013 20:01:38

Balsa is classed as a Hardwood.

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