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Thread: 2016 RCM&E Autumn Special- Free Plan Modellers Choice
11/02/2016 02:29:42

Yep I agree with Daithi, rigging is a pain in the butt down at the flying site, but without all those turnbuckles, wires and odd looking adjustment thingos it rates poorly when showing it off, ( lots of works for minimum flurry of handclaps )

So my wishs would be the Piston Provost,(no retracts yippy ) I actualy looking forward to the plan

Cheers all

Barry

Thread: Danny's "poor mans Spitty"
09/02/2016 23:54:50

Outstanding Danny,............................. there's not much more to say

Barry

Edited By A.A. Barry on 09/02/2016 23:55:46

Thread: 2016 RCM&E Autumn Special- Free Plan Modellers Choice
26/01/2016 23:35:15

I am "over the moon" with supprise and joy that the Whirlwind has made the short list, another time hey Tony???????/ or this year?????, it's been over 5 yrs since that you suggested, that it was one you wanted to build love

Erflog, as for the long moment on the W/wind, , carefully chosen wood and the use of other light materials, the issue is greatly reduced, bearing in mind that you got either 2 x I.C engines up ft or a lipo battery stuck in the fuz, will compensate for that issue a well.thinking

Cheers all

Barry nee... depot of Whirly nuts

Edited By A.A. Barry on 26/01/2016 23:38:53

Edited By A.A. Barry on 26/01/2016 23:41:56

Thread: whirlwind
21/01/2016 00:13:31

Geof are the plans you have for the Whirlwind, workable, if so would you be so kind to send me a copy......PLEASE, pretty please..heart been almost 12 months since the project started..let me know

Thanks and I trust your health issues improvesmiley

A.A.Barry

Thread: Downloading of Malcolm Holt's Futaba 14SG book
20/01/2016 12:20:49

Well hear i go again, new model just finished, yep great, all looks fine until I find that I have both ailerons moving in the same direction angryface 14, angryis there a way to program the tx to reverse one on the aileron servo, without adding a electronic servo reverser, the model is rather small and another bit of electronic box/board, will be rather messy

Any help guys????????????????????????????????????

Barry

Edited By A.A. Barry on 20/01/2016 12:22:41

Thread: 2016 RCM&E Autumn Special- Free Plan Modellers Choice
18/01/2016 12:44:42

Yep Martyn I agree, Hawker Fury with the option to add a lower radiator and other small differences to turn it into a Nimrod yes

Barry

Thread: Bristol Blenheim help needed.
17/01/2016 15:17:34

Any help with a plan or a Blenhiem???

thanks

Barry

Thread: Bolts to this
17/01/2016 14:59:20

Craig, this the problem that happes a lot, different manufactures have different machine tolerances.

So what is needed is bolts that screw in with out the slop, H\K bolts vary in tolerances, bolt per bolt

Order new ones from the DLE manufactures and all should be good

All the best

Barry

Thread: 2016 RCM&E Autumn Special- Free Plan Modellers Choice
17/01/2016 12:41:13

NIce Colin...... the Blenheim is a interesting one.......i'd be keen for that,  along with the CR42

Barry

Edited By A.A. Barry on 17/01/2016 12:45:53

Edited By A.A. Barry on 17/01/2016 12:48:17

15/01/2016 10:55:29

Well I just done a rough count on the planes most wanted, for a plan, so far

WEll out in front are :- Hawker Hind /Nimrod.........8

Percivil Proverst.................8

Zero ..........5

P38............4

Sea fury ........3

A few with one's and two's, so keep your fav aircraft coming

Barry

13/01/2016 10:17:35

WEll the HIND/ Fury are getting a good mention

Barry

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
12/01/2016 22:58:22

NIce work Robert.......the men set it off ...love it...thumbs upthumbs upsmileysmiley

Barry

Thread: 2016 RCM&E Autumn Special- Free Plan Modellers Choice
12/01/2016 13:55:34

I'm here again the Whirlwind must get a mention, but as youv'e done the closest best thing this year...Mosquito, I want push for a Whirlwind,

My choices would be :-

1 Hawker HInd E.P. 60/70"

2 Junkers 52m ...iron annie ( 3 EP ) 72"

3 Percivil Provost...... I.C. 60/70"

There are so many fine aircraft to choose from,

Cheers

Barry

 

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Edited By A.A. Barry on 12/01/2016 13:56:38

Thread: What is happening in Futaba?
05/01/2016 12:15:02

I generally go home if it starts raining dont know

B

Thread: New Laser engines. What do you want?
05/01/2016 12:11:11

Jon my 2 bob's worth ...... I have not had the pleasure of owning Laser, but where as large models require deep pockets which I don't have,....to get your engines a greater niche of the engine sales, reducing the size and this would bring down he cost.... more motors mean more people involved....petrol powered 10cc and 15cc, should be a grand starting point,

Trimming down the crankcase to reduce weight and achieve a better look, would also help

As I said my 2 bob's worth

Barry

Thread: Danny's "poor mans Spitty"
02/01/2016 15:06:51

Happy New Year Danny, your skills are amazing......yes

Barry

Thread: Windows 10 - Any Advice
02/01/2016 15:04:01

Well I've had several updates over the last couple of weeks, I now have lost "EDGE" all togetherangry luckily Google chrome wasn't deleted on the set up, pics I can downloaded from my SD card, but where they have gone, I dunno, .....big black hole....somewhereangrySO it is not a happy New Year, can anyone help please????

Thread: Danny's "poor mans Spitty"
30/11/2015 12:09:27

Very clever Danny yes

Barry

Thread: Anyone built a boulton paul defiant
24/11/2015 17:52:00

yes, somehow Westland must have had a few odd bits laying around.thinking......."perhaps if we put this on there and this he....by George I think we've done"

Barry

24/11/2015 12:46:43

At 13lbs ...(a shade under 6kg) I would think the 5065 will do the job nicely, From all I have read on the subject, it appeared to be a good flyer, it failed in the speed and manageability trials due mainly because of the upper gun. It simply too heavy for the wing loading, We as modelers wont have that problems. I will try to keep mine down to around 11.0lbs or 5.kg.

Interesting subject

Barry

Edited By A.A. Barry on 24/11/2015 12:48:18

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