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Thread: Christmas Advent Competition updates!
26/11/2019 17:04:05

I see it’s the losers from last year that have resurrected this thread.......obviously hoping to win this year face 23

26/11/2019 16:57:09

Anything doing this

Thread: great service
26/11/2019 16:50:08

It seems that the UK model shops that are left have really upped their game in the last few years. We should continue to support them

Thread: WW1 linen style covering
25/11/2019 17:30:28

Covering the Giant Mannock with THIS

Thread: Hobby king delivery charges
24/11/2019 23:03:52

I’ve bought stuff from AliExpress several times, yes

Thread: Multi Engine Plane
24/11/2019 23:01:50
Posted by Tom Sharp 2 on 24/11/2019 22:31:57:

So the two stroke glow is not dead yet then.

Hell no....not with me. Sounds too good

24/11/2019 21:13:49

Following on from Jon....thoroughly superb by the way....I have a certain routine for start up.

  1. Run each engine at once. Check at full throttle and pick up.
  2. Then run them altogether
  3. If any of them is not 100% , DO NOT FLY. Go home and check out and fix the problem

Thread: Full size aircraft displays
24/11/2019 13:09:00

Mrs C and I were there on the flight line.....

utterly stunning

Thread: Multi Engine Plane
24/11/2019 11:03:13

With the Seagull Dual Ace, engine out is a bit of a drama but not a handful if you stick to your engine out game plane. On my G-CYRL, 4 engine, your can fly around on 3 and not even notice it. The wing is a thick as your forearm and a huge fin !!

24/11/2019 08:47:06

The fewer the number of tanks the more complicated the plumbing, joins etc. With any multi engine, keep it simple, keep it easy to maintain and trouble shoot.

Great tips HERE

Edited By cymaz on 24/11/2019 08:50:00

Thread: Full size aircraft displays
24/11/2019 08:20:51

Bob Hoover at his best

Thread: Another way for props to bite
24/11/2019 08:05:45

After a bit of searching, I came across this picture. Although it’s for something else, it could be easily modified. Something as a hole in the middle if you need to put on prop drill jig and it needn’t be round.


Hope you get well soon

Thread: Any other female flyers out there???
23/11/2019 20:56:12

THESE girls were very good yesheart

Thread: Precedent Stampe 1/4 Scale
23/11/2019 19:42:31

Nylon and dope?

23/11/2019 19:12:26
Posted by bert baker on 23/11/2019 18:49:53:

Good idea Nick I’ve seen the LMA boys do it with piano wire.

but can’t say ive ever had any issues.

My next one I will be looking to make it as light as I can.

I really would like to get one under 7kg

That will be a challenge for me as I don’t build light

If mine came out at just over 8 kg, ( and always build heavy...I don’t know how), then I’m sure you’ll make 7kg or under.

Thread: Any other female flyers out there???
23/11/2019 07:10:53

Mrs C is learning to flyheart

Thread: How do you attached to those solid inners on snakes?
22/11/2019 06:52:11

Depending on how long the run is at the clevis end, I put an m2 push rod down the snake and secure with CA . Only for small planes though.

Thread: Laser Engines - Technical questions
22/11/2019 06:07:32
Posted by bert baker on 22/11/2019 00:15:43:

You’ll be wanting it left handed next

No....just ambidextrous thumbs upthumbs downlaugh

Thread: Any clock experts here?
21/11/2019 22:21:48

. You could appear on the Repair Shop with it....clock

It would be repaired and you might find out if there’s any history with it

Edited By cymaz on 21/11/2019 22:23:07

Thread: Laser Engines - Technical questions
21/11/2019 22:18:41
Posted by Ron Gray on 21/11/2019 22:03:20:

Jon, you need to make a Laser multi tool, spark plug spanner and prop nut driver.


And a pull out tappet feeler gauge from the handle

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