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Member postings for Josip Vrandecic -Mes

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Thread: Transmitter tray
12/11/2018 08:12:52

Dear Mr. Nifty , this is a remarkable handicraft, in the ''reign'' of the internet and finished heartless products , you are really refreshing.Thanks for sharing and all the best thumbs up

Greetings from Adriatic Sea


Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 12/11/2018 08:14:40

Thread: Graupner Pep
11/11/2018 11:05:57

Dear Rene , MPX Funglider/Funray....All the best !


Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 11/11/2018 11:08:30

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Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 11/11/2018 11:15:38

Thread: Bj's Modellflyg videos
07/11/2018 08:56:31

A perfect model, expert pilot and a wonderful environment ....appreciate buddy wink

Thread: How Much Expo
30/10/2018 09:56:46

Me think that our ''hobby- sport'' must be exciting ... so there is no place for the expo.
Note: recently I've been flying the race drone , and I'm just adding 10% of the expo because it was very sensitive to my old thumbs.wink
Note : But all this mentioned is a matter of talent, because it is not everyone for everything... in life time.

Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 30/10/2018 09:58:27

Thread: Building, when does it become too expensive to fly
25/10/2018 20:48:39
Posted by Martin Harris on 24/10/2018 00:05:10:

My philosophy is that I spend the whole build anticipating the flying and seeing the completed result. At the end of the build, that time is simply history and I just look forward to seeing the model in the air and hoping it handles as well as I hope without too many tweaks (hoping any needed can still be made before the next flight!) - complete with all the little details I've spent hours adding and are probably never seen by any casual observer.

I do take copious photographs to remind me of the end result, should the worst happen. Should I make an error and write it off, then after some initial regrets, it's simply a part of the hobby which we must accept if we wish to pursue it.

Disappointment, to me, is not the loss of a model but one which doesn't live up to expectations in the air. I built a 1/3 scale "golden age" racer which looked great on the ground and in the air but I found it rather uninspiring to fly - in fact taxying out and back after a flight gave me more looked so realistic to my eyes. It had a high wing loading and eventually, after a very heavy landing (I should really admit that it stalled in level after an engine problem in an awkward situation) which did little apparent structural damage but damaged the u/c and split the wing covering (Solartex) in several places, I've never felt the need to repair it and it sits unloved in my attic forlornly awaiting a change in heart.''

Wonderfully and wisely thinking... dear Martin.thumbs up

Thread: coming back
14/10/2018 19:31:14

Hi Phil , Welcome back , I encourages your persistence, I wish you all the best thumbs up

Thread: Margaret's health
14/10/2018 19:19:53

Mr. John , to you and yours deeply sympathetic.

Thread: Flightline Spitfire?
02/10/2018 09:29:09
Posted by Trevor Crook on 01/10/2018 22:27:24:

I saw one flying at our club field on Saturday, very impressive. It is quite an investment, but any Spitfire of that size is not going to be cheap. The similarly sized Tony Nijhius kit of parts comes to about £330 with the retracts, and you still have to buy all the servos, motor, esc and covering, then build it.

Apart from getting the satisfaction of the build, I don't understand why people are resistant to spending money on "a lump of foam". For complex, curvy aircraft it's probably the best material to use, and you have to get pretty close these days to spot the surface finish is foam.

Thanks Mr.Trevor , finally someone, after Alex Whittaker,said the real and right thing ... thank you so much.

02/10/2018 09:22:15
Posted by gavinman on 01/10/2018 16:58:25:

If you want a easy to fly ,good looking Spitfire this is the one to go for .Fly a dream ,easy to land and looks great in the air .I think it is well worth the money ,the quality of the model is excellent

I support and agree completelythumbs up

Thread: Autumn is been flying ?
28/09/2018 20:24:05

Hello Steve , You're not used to Spanish dark hair... yet smile 2

All the best


Thread: Flightline Spitfire 1200mm with sound module
21/09/2018 10:51:19

Dear David , everything is on a high level as well as always thumbs up

A lot of heartfelt greetings face 1

Thread: What is the cause of this?
14/09/2018 10:23:08

Hi Nigel , it's always what looks impossible to change... and it's a thrust line. There must be a way and if you can not, call a colleague from the club ... someone will know how to set the motor to -2 dgrs down and 2 dgrs right ... aprox.

All the best and good flight.

Note:Of course this is just my opinion.

Thread: Hi
12/09/2018 09:51:33

Hello Robert , welcome and greetings from Adriatic Sea face 1


Thread: My first tour with FPV in DH-2 Beaver (ST Models)
10/09/2018 10:40:29

Hello Jens ,congrats .Very interesting and funthumbs up . Rain has given a certain reality and authenticity. If you want better viewing(from cockpit), you need a new camera position.All the best


Thread: Handley Page Manx H.P. 75
09/09/2018 11:16:03

Hello KiwiKid , I'm glad when you're here with a movie clip. Very obedient and a distinctive model. I love NZ especially ... Christchurch, which is in my heart heart.

All the best


Thread: Bj's Modellflyg videos
08/09/2018 10:03:24

Hi Bjarne and appreciate it , This is a little artwork smile o


Thread: Battle of Britain Day
07/09/2018 12:37:28

Dear BEB , Congrats the Battle of Britain Day, with a Winston Churchill's statement:


Glory to them heart


Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 07/09/2018 12:38:52

Thread: Bj's Modellflyg videos
06/09/2018 09:12:07

Hi Buddy , Oddbjorn Grimsmo flies as Bjorn Borg once played magnificent tennis smile o smile o

It was tense...very tense.


Thread: What's in your toolboxes?
05/09/2018 12:04:24

Here are a lot of auxiliary stuff, apparently unnecessary on first site, but there's one Murphy's Law (supplement), ''if I remove something from the box, this removed item ... I'll need the next day in the field'' indecision


Thread: How much to charge
01/09/2018 10:46:53

Hi Geoff , All your acquaintances and friends they should be happy that you can solve their modeling problems . For such services no price .wink 2

Note:And you should raise the cost of your works.

All the best.

Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 01/09/2018 10:48:09

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