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Member postings for Ant1

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Thread: Free Plans Up For Grabs
13/08/2012 12:45:35

Hi Big Phil

I Collect plans too so would be interested in any that are going, but more importantly I would be interested in the Werewolf and the B-17.



Thread: The Mode Survey - what do you fly?
14/01/2010 19:13:44
1. Mode 2.
2. South East (Croydon)
3. South East (Croydon)
4. Instructor/freind
Thread: Pick a plane 2009
17/02/2009 11:38:15
OK so hows this for a variation
Tiger Moth
P51 Mustang
Thread: Trainers
05/11/2008 17:23:00

Hi Roger, Spinners again

I couldnt agree with Ernie more when he sys you get what you pay for, Aluminium is far better and will outlast the cost of replacing those cheap plastic ones. I also fount the plane flew much better for having the aluminium spinner.

Thread: The November Grand Prize Draw
31/10/2008 11:47:00
Such a lovley looking plane, love one please
Thread: Trainers
28/10/2008 17:20:00

Oh, and one other thing, get rid of the plastic spiner, I fitted mine with a metal one and she flys much better for it, also I have a .46 motor in mine not the .40, (Not sure if ia am alowed to say the make of the engine). the build guide also shows the switch as being inside between the servos, I found it better to put the switch on the side, but be sure to put it on the opposite side to the exhaust so it does not get covered in Oil. Mine came with 2 flimsy rubber bands for the wings and as a beginner I thiought it would be ok, (how wrong was I). Chuck them and get proper ones from your local model shop, at least 6 of them is what I use.

I think thats it for now but will have a look at the plane tonight and update tomorrow if I remember anything else 

28/10/2008 16:47:00
BTW I am no expert so my thoughts above may not count for much
28/10/2008 16:45:00
If it helps, my first plane was the Arising Star and it is still going, had a few bangs but been a really good one to learn to fly and as David said goor value for money. I would definatly recomend it to others. the only down side I found was the receiver and servo bay was difficult to work with, that said I put it together myself without the help of experts and she still flys so no complaints from me.  
Thread: Getting started .......
28/10/2008 15:22:00

Hi Guys

 Did any one ever come out with the more detailled flying article, this one has been very interesting and I would love to see the "more detai"


Thread: The October Grand Prize Draw
07/10/2008 13:11:00
me me me please
Thread: The September Grand Prize Draw
19/09/2008 13:42:00
Please be mine
02/09/2008 23:51:00
I killed my last plane so a new one would be great
Thread: The August Grand Prize Draw
04/08/2008 09:45:00
yes please
Thread: The July Grand Prize Draw
11/07/2008 13:22:00
Me too
02/07/2008 14:22:00
keep trying
Thread: The June Grand Prize Draw
18/06/2008 09:57:00
Go on then, if at first you don't succeed keep trying
Thread: Tony's Bronco flies!
03/06/2008 15:43:00

Hey Tony Looks great, when do we see a video of it in action?

Thread: The June Grand Prize Draw
02/06/2008 16:29:00
Keep trying, as they say you have to be in it to win it
Thread: Fancy a new JR DSX-9 2.4GHz?
27/05/2008 14:36:00
Now that I could do with one of these
Thread: The May Grand Prize Draw
30/04/2008 13:56:00
or mine, you know what they say, you got to be in it to win it
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