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Thread: Laser Engines - Technical questions
18/11/2019 21:12:00

Perhaps i should start a rogues gallery of neglected engines and the horror within?

Nooooooooo don’t do that

Thread: Glenns models cap 232
17/11/2019 19:03:58

It’s all a bit trial and adjustment for butterfly carbs.

A lot happens in the mid range for not a lot of servo movement,

Use the expo on your radio to help out

can drive you nutty to get a good rev change across the stick movement.

You may want to flatten out the curve at the stick position where prop hanging works best

17/11/2019 18:56:17

Will it be joining the other lads at Wobbly wheels next year

Thread: Precedent Stampe 1/4 Scale
17/11/2019 17:51:41

It was a dark and stormy night.

Soz I must have slept to long this afternoon

was the paint for the Sunburst lead paint

been so many comments about the same stuff so many times it’s probably page 150 is but  I’m not looking

 

 

Hat and coat at the ready

Edited By bert baker on 17/11/2019 18:01:22

17/11/2019 16:10:13

Awww shucks,,,

Go on then Cymaz

How do you know

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
15/11/2019 15:46:39
Posted by MattyB on 15/11/2019 15:24:47:

Looks like the buddy box question has been answered in our favour - from Andy Symons on FB...

"Productive CAA meeting yesterday. No exemption required for buddy box flights. The CAA fully accept the BMFA position that the person holding the slave TX is neither the operator or remote pilot.

Of course the aircraft will need a valid Op Id on it and the person on the master TX must hold a competency."

Cool,,, I pleased with that,,, but I couldn’t find it on face book

15/11/2019 15:38:35

It’s not that bad

Thread: Laser Engines - Technical questions
15/11/2019 15:24:00
Posted by John Stainforth on 15/11/2019 06:54:49:

Don,

Is it really such a good idea to hang a weight on a crankshaft? I would be interested in Jon's opinion.

The boat brigade, car and helicopter fans have done it for many years,

Thread: Avicraft Panic
10/11/2019 10:36:35
Posted by J D 8 on 10/11/2019 10:22:53:

rNot had one myself but a friend did and used to manoeuvre it had to get the interplane struts to pop off ! laugh They were only fixed on with clothes fasteners.

Edited By J D 8 on 10/11/2019 10:23:15

Yes that's the point, Press studs to hold the and plates on,

Cartwheel it down the runway ,

refit  the wings back onto their seats refit the end plates and go fly again.

 

No glue needed for the average misshap

Edited By bert baker on 10/11/2019 10:38:21

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
09/11/2019 10:21:51

Hat and coat at the ready for the naughty step

09/11/2019 10:21:14

 

What if someone who knows you, goes rogue and uses your details on the INSIDE of their drone to commit a crime ? it's a jungle out there, can't be too careful you know. wink

Hmm perhaps I should take the number plates off my car

Edited By bert baker on 09/11/2019 10:22:14

Thread: Precedent Stampe 1/4 Scale
08/11/2019 20:40:01

Knickers ,, did you not have blue peter

08/11/2019 19:25:03

I suppose you could fit the supplied undercart and trim off to form a stub for the oleos

08/11/2019 19:22:34
Posted by Jon - Laser Engines on 08/11/2019 18:50:59:

Its pretty easy to make an undercarriage. I made mine from a pair of cheap hobbyking oleos and a few lengths of strip steel. A bit of brass tube, a few bolts and some silver solder later and it was all done.

While a spung u/c might not be 100% required i have found it really makes a difference to the model as takeoff and landing look so much better with the wheels bouncing around and the model rock solid

And a pair of Valerie singletons

08/11/2019 18:00:57

You may find gas struts will need to be restricted

I would favor the flair sprung Tiger Moth type

Thread: How many flyable aircraft do you have ?
06/11/2019 10:21:44

I counted two.. but then maths has never been my strongest subject

Thread: Covering a sheeted surface in tissue and dope.
06/11/2019 08:20:05

I would have a practice on a scrap piece of balsa,

Its quite easy to put to much dope on and can start to ballon up

Thread: I know what it is but do you ?
03/11/2019 11:29:50

Is this the state of a new game,,

It’s a bit like the old tv program Out of town with Jack Hargreaves

03/11/2019 09:35:12

I had a Enya 40 open rocker for years,,,, came to me gumed up beyond use from caster abuse

It cleaned up nice after a long soak in tub of glow fuel,

Runs superb

now destined for a old school Ben Buckle plane

thinkig of the retro weekend

02/11/2019 20:21:15

LOL

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