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Member postings for cymaz

Here is a list of all the postings cymaz has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Looking for a 1930s low wing racer plan
05/11/2019 06:21:39

Believe it or not, I’m going to build one of THESE when I finally get to retire....

I have several 3 view plans already and construction drawings.

Thread: Design & Build Sport Twin
04/11/2019 17:25:39

WCL is just about the aerobatic range of 9-10

Thread: Where are the 50cc engines?
02/11/2019 17:43:03

Here’s one

Thread: Rugby World Cup 2019.
02/11/2019 15:03:21

England went all wrong from the first kick. They never had a chance to string a play together ( apart from the 25play that nearly scarred us a try). Too many penalties given away from the sheer brute force of the ‘boks

Heres to the next 6 nations

02/11/2019 08:42:56

It’s all getting a bit tense in the living rooms of England face 3

Thread: power panel
02/11/2019 07:50:51

I had a couple of panels. The pumps are useless. I now have a Kavan fuel pump, just using the panel switch.

Have several of these

Thread: Glen's Models 35% Extra 330 electrification
01/11/2019 19:17:22

Oh, you’ve bought a model of Peter Cushing !

Thread: Junior 60 build advice
01/11/2019 05:49:19

I epoxied mine and used cocktail sticks to use as dowels. If you can at this stage strengthen the dihedral brace on the wings.

I used longer wing band dowels, makes the job of putting them on easier. Also I used Slec wing bands, can’t recall what length, it was a few years back.

Thread: Precedent Stampe 1/4 Scale
01/11/2019 05:38:54



THIS is by far the cheapest. It’s a shiny plastic covering.

Oracover does a fabric covering but the cost is high.

Are you any good at covering with nylon and dope. If so that might be the cheapest method and then spray paint.

As for amounts it’s a case of knowing the width of the roll and then doing some rough maths after measuring over the plan. I covered the wings and fuselage first and then ailerons, elevators, rudder etc with the off-cuts.

Edited By cymaz on 01/11/2019 05:41:59

Thread: Stampe SR7 building blog
31/10/2019 19:29:43

Pete, I built the Precendent Stampe a few years back....I was being daft!

31/10/2019 18:09:25

I wonder where they pinched the tail from !

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
30/10/2019 17:29:25

St Austell has the AGM 13 December. I’m sure it will be mentioned at next months meeting. I hope that we vote on going through the bmfa.

Thread: Your best vacuum cleaner?
30/10/2019 17:11:37
Posted by cymaz on 31/08/2014 10:10:48:

My best vacuum cleaner? My wife....oh I'm going to wish I hadn't said thatsecret

Gosh times have moved on...if it’s not flying weather on Sundays, I’m through the house while the better 3/4 is at work. We’re on another Henry. Bought a Dyson Ball, complete rubbish. Glad to see it gone.

Thread: Futaba 10J NiMh Battery Problems
30/10/2019 06:38:58

Sounds like a cell has died. Lipo batteries usually come as 3.7v, 7.4, 11.1

If it were me, I would get a proper eneloop battery. Mine has lasted for years.

Thread: Glen's Models 35% Extra 330 electrification
29/10/2019 17:04:58

You’ve got twin elevator servos, do you have the ailervator mix on the 14 ch Tx. I’ve got one on the FF9cap. Really useful for this purpose.

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
28/10/2019 19:50:11
Posted by Gary Manuel on 28/10/2019 19:18:28:
Posted by Steve J on 28/10/2019 18:42:41:

The CAA published exemptions to ANO articles 94D and 94F earlier today. The ones of interest to BMFA members are 1324 and 1326.

It is worth noting that people making use of these exemptions are supposed to carry copies of them.


Will it be a criminal offence not to carry a copy - even if you are competent / registered and labelled up in accordance with the legislation? Or can you produce your documents at a later date, in a similar way to HORT/1 when asked to show your driving documents.

This is getting really silly now. This is a hobby!

That’s interesting! There’s no need to carry any car documents...could the local Constabulary could go on the CAA portal and check ? The number will be on the airframe- somewhere

28/10/2019 18:21:05

I can’t see what there is to fuss over. Anyone with an A or equivalent just pays £9 to have the registration done through the BMFA....easy.

Thread: Rugby World Cup 2019.
27/10/2019 18:23:28


Thread: SLEC Astro Hog 20cc
27/10/2019 05:48:44



Click on SLEC LINK

just tried it and it fails. Must it a problem at their end. 

Phone number 01953 885279


Edited By cymaz on 27/10/2019 05:50:43

Thread: FrSky Futaba Tx Module
26/10/2019 13:00:37

I looked when I changed my FF9 to 2.4. In the end I thought it best to stick a genuine Futaba 8 ch Fasst module in. I assume the cost of these is a factor.

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