Here is a list of all the postings pete taylor has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: PSS model glider|
Nice one Mark
Regarding wing section, have a look at this one. At 1200mm span it's considerably larger than yours, but a close look at the pictures might give you an idea.
Check out post 1547 here for images of suitable sections.
Edited By pete taylor on 14/03/2017 13:52:12
|Thread: Is there a problem with the DX6|
Spooky that ain't it?
I had exactly the same experience, although I skipped the replacement radio stage and simply changed brands.
Edited By pete taylor on 06/03/2017 12:58:17
Edited By pete taylor on 06/03/2017 12:58:47
|Thread: Warbird Replicas Bf 110 club.|
Has Richards website moved as I can't find any reference to the Bf110 of the Ju88 on the site?
|Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.|
Very nice Chris!
Captures the Eindekker really well.
|Thread: New here!|
+1 for a warm welcome Meli
|Thread: Where can I get an EDF Saab Viggen kit or ARTF?|
Andy has put a link to the thread on RCG that has a stack of info and various builds on with power setups, but mine will be getting either a 90 or 105mm 12 blade fan for 6 or 8 cells. The fuselage will accommodate either so it depends what I've got available at the time. I doubt that the weight will be an issue, particularly as I'm a habitual bungee launcher
I have the larger Viggen and it's quite theraputic to put together! definitely not one to rush, but for doing while you have half an eye on a film on a dreary afternoon it's brilliant!
The kits leave a lot to be decided by the builder such as equipment location and mounting, wing fixing/removal, retract mounting etc, but this isn't a problem for anyone with some experience.
Here you go David.
Egor does 2 sizes of Viggen, 3 Drakens, 2 Grippens and a host of other unusual types.
Construction is different from the norm, but it works well.
|Thread: 90mm EDF advice|
All of these are in regular use, more than powerful enough for my needs and provide the sought after "whoosh" at low volumes.
|Thread: Help, Need a Manual, SC52 2 Stroke Rear Needle|
This is a Magnum file, but it's the same engine underneath.
Finally, an exploded parts view.
|Thread: Spray painting camouflage pattern|
+1 for freehand airbrushing and another +1 for the elevated card method. Both work well.
|Thread: Paint mixing services|
The only reason I was looking for cellulose is that I was recommended that for painting into the mould, but as this is new to me I'm perfectly happy to take any advice.
Does anyone know if standard acrylic car paint will work used in this way?
Thanks Martin. I do have an airbrush, but this is for painting into a mould before laying up and is all one colour - Matt black (actually a very, very dark violet, which is the problem.
I'll keep ringing around.
I'm trying to have some cellulose paint colour matched in aerosol form and having difficulty finding anyone who does it. I've emailed several suppliers but had no response and my nearest supplier doesn't do cellulose.
Does anyone else have their paints mixed and supplied in aerosols or even just in tins?
|Thread: Old Warden 2017|
Here you go - **LINK**
|Thread: Mode 1 or Mode 2|
'Tis a cross I'll have to bear unfortunately!
I have flown trainer type models on mode 2, but wouldn't dare try a nice one like any of yours!
Hear, hear Martin!
Edited By Chris Bott - Moderator on 02/01/2017 16:34:53
I remember well doing exactly the same thing, but the other way around.
Edited By pete taylor on 02/01/2017 14:35:49
Edited By Chris Bott - Moderator on 02/01/2017 16:36:04
Probably best not to reignite the whole mode 1/mode 2 debate in this thread, but the "...more like a real plane..." theory has been debunked many times over and dismissed as the codswallop it is 😉
Edited By Chris Bott - Moderator on 02/01/2017 16:37:12
Mode 1 all the way for me too!
Edited By Chris Bott - Moderator on 02/01/2017 16:38:41
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