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Thread: Ebay sellers...
20/10/2019 09:00:45

I’ve taken the unusual step of reporting the’s just a plain lie.

Thread: alternative undercarriage Sabre 64mm FMS?
19/10/2019 08:08:01

This website has a retract recommendation

Thread: Chilli jam or chutney
18/10/2019 19:51:12
Posted by Tom Sharp 2 on 18/10/2019 19:41:04:

Good grief a lot of flyers must be suffering Cabin Fever with all this rain. wink

face 22face 22

18/10/2019 19:18:46


try quincessential

Thread: Precedent Stampe 1/4 Scale
18/10/2019 17:22:42

For hub covers I used a couple of tins of beerbeerbeer

  1. By the cheapest beer you can find, it will be of very thin aluminium. It might also taste awful
  2. Cut the bottom of the tin away. The dome inside will face outward and the flange can be screwed into the plastic wheel hub.
  3. Recover from hangover.


Edited By cymaz on 18/10/2019 17:25:44

Thread: Jet Packs
17/10/2019 22:10:03

Just finished watching **THIS** on BBC4. Thoroughly recommended.

Thread: Gorgeous F-86 Sabre giant scale aircraft flight by Pablo Consejo
16/10/2019 06:55:39

Do these pilots have the one routine and do it at every show ? Or would they fly whatever they felt? Great video...

Thread: Cover and painting a plane
16/10/2019 06:33:03

Iron on fabric, heat shrinkable is what I used to work with. Oracover is very expensive. Hobbyking might have something, I haven’t used any of their coverings.

You can get green nylon covering. I know a clubmate is covering a Giant Mannock in green nylon soon. I hope to go and have a lesson or two. I will report back.


I have used this with Solarlac paint and had some acceptable results

Edited By cymaz on 16/10/2019 06:36:11

Thread: Glen's Models 35% Extra 330 electrification
15/10/2019 19:22:48
Posted by Bruce Collinson on 15/10/2019 19:13:52:

Heatshrink over the servo extension joints, belt and braces?


You da man yes

Thread: Antonov AN124 Ruslan
14/10/2019 06:07:07

What do you imagine the final weight will be? A kilo or two?

Thread: Glen's Models 35% Extra 330 electrification
13/10/2019 17:37:05

Making progress, mind you, there’s nothing else to do in this dismal weather

Thread: Glenns models cap 232
13/10/2019 13:45:40

Cheers Bert...sound advice that I will keep in mind yes


the spats will be off for off for a while...they’re only placed on the wheels to see if it’s ok

Edited By cymaz on 13/10/2019 13:46:35

Thread: Rugby World Cup 2019.
13/10/2019 13:31:53

Scotland vs Japan...8 mins to go. brilliant stunning game

Thread: Glenns models cap 232
13/10/2019 13:24:21

Still no maiden

ive decided to change the UC. The original had too much flex for my liking. I’ve bought a carbon fibre one from AliExpress. It’s for a Yak 50cc and has almost the same dimension as the old one. The CF has some flex but no way feels like a a jelly


Thread: Hangar 9 Ultra Stik 10cc
13/10/2019 08:30:16

Dont forget to make sure the steel ring that sits on the cap collar is in place. It stops the cap from falling off....though I suspect that might not happen if you hit it ‘ard enough surprise

Thread: The component shop
12/10/2019 21:01:42

Component shop has given me excellent service

Thread: Glen's Models 35% Extra 330 electrification
11/10/2019 17:27:01

Nice and tidy workyes

Thread: Hangar 9 Ultra Stik 10cc
10/10/2019 23:06:56

If you take off the retaining ring from the plug cap it makes putting the cap on easier......but it is important to keep the plug on.

09/10/2019 17:19:39

Obvious question first.....35mhz or 2.4 ?

Try and reduce interference by having some space between the Rx and CDI circuits, not easy to do in some models

Keep the CDI Box well away from the Rx.

Using some ferrite rings might help on the switch and battery wires

Thread: When it's a bit too windy!
06/10/2019 22:27:57

Myself and a friend did the same sort of thing off Perran sands with a couple of SAS Wildthings. We only stopped as it was gusting to 45mph.....not that those couldn’t fly, they could but we couldn’t throw them off fast enough! sarcastic 2

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