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: How much do you pack in your car|
From my Flair Tiger Moth thread
How much do you cram in to the car for a days flying...I've got Seagull Dual Ace and EPioneer and a Wot4. There's still room left though
|Thread: Flair 1/4 scale Tiger Moth|
Right here we go new thread with pictures...how much do you fit in your car
Big thanks Jim.. just the sort of info needed. Picking her up tomorrow. I wil re-jig the back seat layout then.
I do have a Vauxhall Zafira so I hope that will be big enough.
Just loaded up with club trainer,Wot4 and a Seagull Dual Ace. It is possible to fit 3 biplanes in it........just
Maybe a thread should be started on how full your car is for a flying day
Edited By cymaz on 02/02/2013 09:34:59
Just purchased a Flair 1/4 scale Tiger Moth with an OS120fs.
Could someone please tell me practicle things....C of g, flying surface rates. etc etc.
Are there any problems that I need to made aware of....weaknesses, airframe faults..you know the kind of thing that comes with the experience of owning one.
Many thanks and will post pictures soon
|Thread: SAS Wildthing wind speed|
You will not regret it...........soooooooo much fun
|Thread: Cooling air in and out|
Greta thread and useful ideas, using baffles to force air into the engine fins will greatly improve cooling....I hope
I am going to have a problem getting enough air to exit out of my Stampe cowl without major ugly surgery. I've made a start by baffles around the engine and making exit holes where I can, see pics
Is there any more I can do??????????
|Thread: Flying Goals for 2013|
Er..no I am pretty sure you don't. You will need ID though . You will really get a kick in the kidneys on take off, brilliant.
More in Feb!!!
|Thread: New SC46 - Running issue|
Could be not quite run in yet but try opening the low speed needle 1/4 turn
|Thread: Precedent Stampe 1/4 Scale|
TISK...TISK....I've now started modifying my Wot4. I have had a few of the trade mark Wot4 tip overs on landing ( these happen at our club if you're not VERY careful/lucky ) due to all the moss and rabbit holes on the strip.
So I've ordered 3 1/2" wheels and am in the process of redesigning the rudder.
I will gladly post pictures if any one wants them.
It's 15mm copper tube. I'm in no rush ...in fact it's quite nice to potter around the model. Richard is busy at the moment. And with all the weather up in Burnley he has probably lost a few days.
I will post the wing construction when they arrive
Thanks for the continuing interest
Edited By cymaz on 27/01/2013 12:03:52
|Thread: Skywriter Design|
I know the phrase.." if it looks right it will fly right".
The omens are good L.T.
|Thread: The Biplane Thread|
May I say don't forget to lateral balance with the engine lump sticking out one side, but I expect you've done that
|Thread: Precedent Stampe 1/4 Scale|
Exhaust is roughed in, while not 100% accurate I am happy with the approximate representation
The plate has alot of holes in it to let as much hot air out as possible...
YES... and no. Still waiting for Falcon Aviation on the wings, its no good rushing him as he is busy with other jobs that came in first.
So I have been working on cowl detail and exhausts so pictures will follow. Busy with daughters car at the moment.
Enjoted a break from the build. I am in no hurry just enjoying it but I would like quicker progress now and again when things are not going according to plan.
|Thread: Sign of the times - funnies|
I heard that Lions can make love up to 60 times a day!!!!
Shame I joined the rotary club
|Thread: Change old switch harness|
I have used these
I use these for wing servo leads, its easy when dettaching or attaching a wing. And for fixing all the battery and switch wires.
For permanent fix extensions then I put heat shrink over the connection.
Edited By cymaz on 23/01/2013 07:53:04
|Thread: Handy Gadget from SLEC|
Great gaget that I have been using for over a year. I bought a pack of 50 here. It saves the bin man accidently getting cut.
|Thread: Worlds smallest V12 Engine - Amazing!!|
The W12 is going to run on glow with perhaps a conversion to spark ignition!!!!!
The engineer who built the W12 lives about 5 miles from me. I am teaching him to fly.
Edited By cymaz on 22/01/2013 17:39:53
Right Chaps as promised,the engineer who made a 65cc glow engine based on a Napier Lion W12...
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