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Member postings for Dusty

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Thread: 72" Vulcan build
30/06/2012 22:41:40

Stunning model!

Thread: looking for somthing fast
03/06/2012 13:56:38

Agree with Bill_B! Voodoo!

Thread: Top Gun 2012
08/05/2012 20:47:26

Nice one Danny! The Mirage is a "looker" kiss

Thread: Thanks Tim...
22/02/2012 07:49:40

Fly well Timbo!

Thread: Quick competition
20/02/2012 17:43:18

Count me in, its my Birthday!

Thread: Boeing B52 PSS Glider
27/01/2012 19:04:30
I like...
Neat building Tim and that is a meanacing aeroplane! Let me know when you want to flog it...
I got a big stash of Zim dollars
Thread: Reversing a Wasp 12A Esc
26/01/2012 23:00:25
I can only think of or relate "wasp" branded stuff to BRC... Just my 2 penny...
Have you a picture of the ESC? I might have a idea or a solution...
26/01/2012 22:24:48
If it is this speed controller or from here check out the bottom of the page:
NOTE: This ESC does not have a reverse function.
So looks like you need a 2 min job with the soldering iron
In the time it takes to find the info on the web it is probably faster and easier to just swop a wire for all of a few minutes work/soldering.

Edited By Dusty on 26/01/2012 22:29:38

Thread: Flair 1/4 scale Tiger Moth,how much can I ask ?
26/01/2012 19:25:38
Posted by Tim Mackey on 26/01/2012 16:42:31:
Posted by Dusty on 26/01/2012 13:07:33:
Indeed it does Jim... I was trying to better Tims starting offer of 200 bucks!
Shall we start at 400?

Er, my starting offer was a tenner mate

No rock star wages in your time then Tim? lol
It is a very nice model... tempting....
Let us know how you get on! You could always put it on fleabay with a reserve and see if it sells there with your desired price tag.
26/01/2012 16:28:07
Jim I agree... it's a tough one!  For me personally I would rather you kept the big 4 stroke and got rid the airframe as that is the issue? Airframe transportation; possibly you could rehome the big glow in another model that is easier to transport?
Or like Myron says swop for some smaller models... Do you want ££ or models, if it's the latter I wonder what guys would offer in exchange. I suppose a lot will also depend on what model type you are interested in.

Edited By Tim Mackey on 26/01/2012 16:44:08

26/01/2012 13:07:33
Indeed it does Jim... I was trying to better Tims starting offer of 200 bucks!
Shall we start at 400?
26/01/2012 12:23:29
£240? You could always swop for something smaller?
Thread: Futaba 35Mhz 7 channel receiver FOR SALE
24/01/2012 19:08:18
You might get a faster sale on Ebay Tom
Thread: EBay Ads by Forum Members
21/01/2012 18:17:04
Selling my P-38
Thread: Hanger Clear Out
02/11/2011 19:27:30
Hi guys, gals
I got some models up for grabs if anyone is interested? If so I will elbaorate a little more. All are electric and ready to go less Rx and lipos, I can offer airframes only etc etc. Would have to be collected/meet up near Epsom/Surrey between 8th Nov till the 24
Sebart Sukhoi Pitts Python (red/white) inc wing bags
Hanger 9 P-47 with air up/spring retracts
Blackhorse B-25 with Robart retracts
Let me know.
Thread: Winter build projects. Wot's cookin'?
01/11/2011 19:09:30
1/4 scale Miles Maggie
P.s that looks great Jim!
Thread: Don't just stand there, get one up!
17/10/2011 20:27:01
Sorry Danny! Gutted! Probably turning into a condolence thread but with some editing, a most inspiring thread to building a Spitfire! Good luck and "happy flying"! with the Hurricane! If you comming over to dog fight Ton I believe I am not to far from his location! Maybe we can we meet up for a warbird fest! My DB Spit should be done by then and my mate has a FW190 (1.9m) so all fitting the bill of action!
Thread: Top Flite Sea Fury Build
17/10/2011 20:17:33
Thats looking good! Top Flite kits are fun to build, had a great time building the Spi!
Thread: Don't just stand there, get one up!
23/08/2011 20:50:49
Hi Danny,
No prob, I have just got back home from the Uk, so if its cool I wil get to the cellar in the morning and take some pics for you and you can determine the shape of the spinner. For flying purpose is fine, the shape is a little blunt on the snount as the bolt to the prop adaptor goes through the centre. The spinners are made of glass fibre... If anything you might have to have a static prop/spinner and a flying one?? But your OSS (Obsessive Scale Syndrome) might have a part to play lol... Nevertheless maybe you could use a excisting cone and make a mould for the backplate? Offers there so...
Intersested in your results from the vario prop guys, I have seen them at the Dortmund Intermodellbau....
23/08/2011 20:17:07
Have been away and havent quite read all the posts... You mentioned a "spinner"?
I have a nice backplate and 2 uncut spinners made by Andreas Dehn if you want to give them a go, they bolt onto that prop adaptor I gave you perfectly... The backplate is a tad heavier than your standard commercial spinner as I needed the weight up front on my TF Spit, I think they around 90mm Dia so if the right size I will double check and send them along...

Edited By Dusty on 23/08/2011 20:20:41

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