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Member postings for Jason Channing

Here is a list of all the postings Jason Channing has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: TV Licence petition
12/06/2019 22:01:32

I,d like to report SR71 for posting a factual comment which is pretty damn correct.

Thread: Needle Nose Circlip Pliers
20/05/2019 22:05:15

Knipex are high quality and not too expensive and long lasting

Thread: Suggestions for vintage model
17/05/2019 16:10:26

nothing like a Tomboy wound up and doing rolling circles and axial rolls down the flight line, just to annoy the radio assist guys.

Thread: Vintage airframe coverings.
29/04/2019 09:32:36

Don, many thanks I will have a look here first and if i cant find what i need i'll blame brekit.

29/04/2019 08:31:46

where can you buy doculam in the UK, or another good quality film. thanks.

Thread: 3D printer from Aldi
08/04/2019 09:43:34

If printed well the integrity is no issues what so ever, My son and I had an 3 x Anet 8's but these all got sold once I got an Ender 3, I paid £25 more than an Anet and got a much safer far higher quality printer and was gobsmacked with how much better it was printing wising and ease of use straight from the box with no upgrades.Once you have done the power supply, adjusted the fitting of the heating elements and fitted mosfets it works out more expensive then an Ender but without the quality.

08/04/2019 07:05:32

Have a look at the Ender 3d , Having got a Prusa and an Ender 3D I would very much recommend the Ender for the money its a great printer with no modifications required. Although its not as good as the Prusa its a fraction of the price and produces very good prints, They will print a spinner which is very much useable however it will need to be set up correctly.

Thread: Castor oil in 4 stroke engines
18/03/2019 21:18:34

Hi Jon . I can assure you that My Engines can run past optimum mixture and they do not not cut out , but they will run very hot, sizzling hot.luckily these are only My old engines when playing around with them and showing My son how not to tune engines.

16/03/2019 07:22:34

Lets us not forget though that EDL was and still is a transformer coolant. Cheeky but true.

16/03/2019 06:58:39

ML 70 is not a modern synthetic neither is EDL neither of which would I use in a YS or other top range engine which generally leaves Klotz and a few less known others,Luckily Klotz in its various forms does work superbly.

15/03/2019 13:12:30

This guys a flyer , he should be commended. Instead of just staring at it he's out their causing harm and abuse to the motor.

 

Edited By Jason Channing on 15/03/2019 13:14:00

Thread: Boeing 737 Max 8
13/03/2019 19:57:11

No 737 8;s and 9s but have been grounded 737 8's and 9's Max's have been, slightly different aircraft but vitally important to note the difference between the Two

13/03/2019 19:33:40

Flaps up no lights , = master caution all hell brakes loose.>>>>> Easy way is to fly around is with the auto pilot engaged and Flap 1, Problem solved.. now Im out of a job due excessive fuel burn and running around at 19999 feet. however the FAA wont approve this..

Thread: NOZZLES
17/02/2019 11:10:31

you can print more abrasive materials without the nozzle wearing out. Bronze filament is particularly nasty for wearing out the nozzle, along with Carbon.

Thread: Fresh petrol in a lawnmower every season?
07/02/2019 07:20:47

Hi Kim.

My Father and I worked with Dap/Parrilla directly (same family)TT27 then onto longer stroke TT28 and were directly involved in the evolution to single ring teflon coated pistons. and they reved to a max of 17K, Rotax could hit 17800 but if you went passed that rod failure was pretty certain. If you were able to get to 22000 passed the peak curve than your gearing was wrong, Which is why we always beat you........................................

06/02/2019 17:17:05

I love the way things get exaggerated over time. Kart engines have never run at 22k unless the chain snapped,>>>>frown

Thread: Running OS engine on methane/propane
03/02/2019 21:38:18

Whats their to disagree with ???? All Toby needs is funding.................................................? and then sell his work to China once he's succeeded.heart 

Edited By Jason Channing on 03/02/2019 21:41:24

03/02/2019 21:13:27

Why does their have to be a point. I set up My Da 50 to run on methanol to see how much more power their was and it was as i expected very noticeable along with a dramatic increase in fuel consumption, no point other than I did it. then I changed it back to petrol. Frank Whittle certainly had his work cut out when he started his jet engine..

Thread: Club Website?
17/01/2019 17:23:05

Hi I've been playing with this with a bit of help from My son who knows his way around wix, excellent way for Me to learn about websites and to keep it upto date and fresh:: and heres the plug.

http://stanstedmfc.bmfa.org/

Thread: Laser Engines - Technical questions
17/01/2019 13:06:28

Good luck importing your girlfriend, that i'll be +20% tax and a parcel force handling fee of £9.00,( not forgetting a life time of expenses) nows the time to mention that your on minimum wage and have no pensions etc.cheeky

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