Here is a list of all the postings Adam Lomax has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: New EDF Mini Jets- Sabre & MiG15 RCM&E 2018 Special|
Tested mine a couple of days ago, flew really well with plenty of power on the FMS fan.
Just need to finish the canopy and air scoops now
|Thread: Can Doo it|
Test flew my Can Doo last weekend, really impressed with how it flies so far! It doesn't seem to have any nasty habits. 4-Max power set up gave enough power for decent verticals, although the motor came apart on its second flight and damaged the windings so not had much time to really get to grips with it.
A quick email to 4-max later and I was told that this was my fault and was the result of poor pre flight checks (which I know were carried out correctly) so currently looking elsewhere for a new motor before I can continue flying it.
Thumbs up to Nigel and RCM&E for a great design,
|Thread: It's the grand pre-Xmas (better stuff than normal) giveaway!|
Count me in too!
|Thread: Competition Flying|
I agree Peter, the GBR/CAA couldn't be more helpful in the F3A/F3P scene, every member is more than happy to help you out when you're stuck and give you feedback.
As for the cost I competed all the way up to FAI using a Black Horse Models Super Air and a Zen 120. Both of these models could compete against any two meter £3000 model... as long as the pilot pays attention and has set the plane up correctly!
|Thread: A contra rotating brushless motor?|
Is this what your thinking of Simon?
|Thread: Can you ID this model|
According to google it's a Airspeed Envoy (posted at the same time as eck)
Edited By Adam Lomax on 07/05/2011 20:23:21
Edited By Adam Lomax on 07/05/2011 20:24:01
|Thread: learning 3D|
although the EZ 3D is cheaper, i would say that the yak is definately better in terms of 3D performance. but this is only based on what ive seen (never flown either of them, but i have flown similar things)
|Thread: 40 sized aerobats|
probably the best F3A style plane of that size would be the kyosho oxalys or kyosho osmose. the osmose is more expensive but a bit better due to its larger side area. (this if from what ive been told)
ive got a phoenix model laser that flies excelently and will fly all of the current f3a schedules with ease and its a bit cheaper than the oxalys.
|Thread: Phoenix Online Session|
ive just set one up now
usual name and password
i'm also done now, but the session is still in progress
i'll, join in!
|Thread: Model names|
most modern f3a planes have very wierd names now. Xigris and Axiome to name a few
|Thread: 6D ?|
The guy flying it (Donatas Pazuolis) is from Lithuania, so im guessing somewhere there
|You are correct Jonathan, this is 5d.in a 6d model the motor would be able to pivot up and down as well (not just left and right). It is pretty amazing though|
Edited By Adam Lomax on 26/12/2010 17:42:43
|Thread: Wing Over|
during a stall turn the plane should pivot around the CG. A wing over happens when too much speed is carried through a stall turn meaning that the plane does not actuarlly 'stall' and flies through the manouver
Edited By Adam Lomax on 08/06/2010 20:15:35
Edited By Adam Lomax on 08/06/2010 20:16:45
|Thread: over-tec extra 260 55|
im looking to get one of these, but dont know what motor, speed controller and battery combination to put in it. Im looking for something less pricey than the overlander set up though. anyone got any ideas?
|Thread: Probuild Galaxy electric f3a|
do you mean the infinity scott?
seeing as your going to start flying f3a you will probably find this fourm usefull (there is a section about the galaxy here)
|Thread: hobby king|
finaly got round to getting all of the heli built and the motor simon sent me fits great.
quick question what size ESC do i need
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