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Member postings for cymaz

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Thread: Dragon Lady....I think!
15/10/2018 17:14:16

I will get the white Solarlac basecoat down first. I only have a good supply of orange left. So that’s what it will be. I had in mind orange cowl, scalloped orange on the top wing with a plain LE lower. The root of the wing might sweep back into the fuselage sides then taper to the tail. I have to be very careful what scheme I choose as, of course, Solarlac is now hard to find stocked.

Thread: Model flying photos you're proud of
15/10/2018 06:35:10

Perfect DD. I wish mine hadn’t clapped wingssad

Thread: Dragon Lady....I think!
15/10/2018 06:32:10

Most of Sunday to do this..Why does it take so long! This weekend looks stunning weather so if I crack on this week it might have its maiden flight then. If that goes well ( I land it in one piece) , I will get it ready for paint.

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The Solartex needs another iron and the cockpit edges tidying up. Them I will run the heat gun over it.

Thread: ASP anybody?
14/10/2018 08:00:11
Posted by Ron Gray on 14/10/2018 07:29:51:
Posted by David Davis on 14/10/2018 05:36:27:

There is an opening in the market for someone who can produce a good fourstroke petrol engine and a well-known British manufacturer is working towards this end! smiley. Those that have been produced so far seem not to have been satisfactory.

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Got to disagree DD. Kolm and Roto make some stunning 4t engines....just make sure the bank manager knows.

Thread: Aviation Funnies
14/10/2018 01:57:42

sad Messy...

Back to the funnies laugh

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Thread: ASP anybody?
13/10/2018 06:05:16

IIRC..ASP , SC and Magnum engines are all made by Sanye Models.

Thread: Increased membership?
13/10/2018 05:59:30

None as yet. We have more enquirers from people wanting to return to flying now the offspring have left home.

Thread: Margaret's health
12/10/2018 16:52:49

We are all thinking of you at this time......my heartfelt sympathies

Thread: So Handy - Just Down The Road.......
11/10/2018 06:40:31

Looks good PV...” eat, drink and be merry. For tomorrow you may diet.”

Thread: Receiver/Servo battery supplies
10/10/2018 19:08:54

 

 

THIS page might give you a few ideas. For safety’s sake, always have a separate battery for Rx and Ignition. Always use an opto isolation switch...Rcexl do an excellent item.

Edited By cymaz on 10/10/2018 19:10:52

Thread: BMFA Online Membership portal open for 2018 membership renewals
08/10/2018 17:44:38
Posted by Steve Dunne on 08/10/2018 17:33:54:

Logged on to the new portal - very nice, easy to use.

Unfortunately the portal club finder has lost all the clubs in Yorkshire!

Andy - could you look at what the portal says is within 50 miles of Leeds / Bradford, and compare it with the old club finder - the difference is in double figures...

Or are you expecting Yorkshire to declare independence and form it own YMFA laugh.

Steve.

Likewise. There is only one club in Cornwall ( slope soaring club near St Agnes), and its neither of mine.

08/10/2018 17:07:16

Tried to add a second club at which I fly...I failed badly. How do we do that please.

Thread: Margaret's health
08/10/2018 06:33:48

Thoughts and prayers to you.....keep safe, take care

Thread: How do I choose my servos?
07/10/2018 19:59:57

There is a massive search engine **HERE**

Thread: Dragon Lady....I think!
06/10/2018 22:38:40

 

So we plod on regardless.....

Wings covered ( will need an iron again), ailerons glued in and horns etc fitted. Now do the CG and finding if everything will be ok...

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Using **this** to get the CG. It is good and is not ever far from the mark, you can change the static margin to alter the point. 8 sq ft of wing, plane is 13 lbs. WCL is 9.3 so bang on for a sport aerobatic.

 No lead needed, just the Rx battery half way down the fuselage. A new hatch needs to be cut on the underside.

Edited By cymaz on 06/10/2018 22:40:02

Thread: BMFA Online Membership portal open for 2018 membership renewals
06/10/2018 12:25:15
Posted by Andy Symons - BMFA on 06/10/2018 10:52:42:
Posted by Frank Skilbeck on 06/10/2018 10:51:45:

Got my log in e-mail and signed up a new member yesterday all went very smoothly.

Excellent!!

Used to be able to see St Austell DMC admin ...now can’t log in. Andy, please can I have a link

Thread: Dragon Lady....I think!
06/10/2018 07:24:58

Shocking weather today.....will cover the wings with Solartex ready for paint and attach the ailerons.

Thread: BMFA Online Membership portal open for 2018 membership renewals
06/10/2018 06:02:42
Posted by Stephen Jones on 05/10/2018 23:47:55:

Hi, is there a way of finding out if a membership is still valid. As i can not find my paperwork i am sure i`m still insured as i have not long received my copy of the BMFA News October 2018. But without this paper work can not prove it should i go to fly-in

Steve

Email admin@bmfa....I lost my card and insurance certificate. They were most helpful.

Thread: Sign of the times - funnies
04/10/2018 22:51:24

A farmer and his sheepdog were working in a field one day.

The sheepdog says to the farmer,” I’ve put your 30 sheep in the pen”.

The farmer replies, “ I only had 27 sheep”.

The dog says,” I know , I just rounded them up” dog party

Thread: Deagostini Spitfire build and 'leccy conversion.
04/10/2018 22:46:27

If you can , build some washout into the wings

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