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Thread: S1581 Hawker Nimrod MkI
21/06/2020 15:49:15

That looks superb Danny.

Important question though.

How do you keep your workshop so dust free?

Martyn

08/06/2020 14:50:56

PS

What's the little trick?

M

08/06/2020 14:49:07

Hi Danny

They look great

How did you manage to spray behind the ailerons?

Martyn

06/06/2020 08:31:02

That does look superb Danny.

Absolutely lovely.

05/06/2020 19:14:16

Looks pretty good from here Danny

Klass Kote really is nice to use isn't it?

Martyn

04/06/2020 20:33:01

Is that grey primer Danny?

04/06/2020 13:36:34

Looks a bit starved horse to me Danny

laugh LOL

Only kidding

Martyn

02/06/2020 20:08:30

That was the answer Danny, I was wondering what solvent you were using.

Celly thinners worked OK for me for my HVLP gun.

Martyn

02/06/2020 19:40:55

That looks great Danny.

KK is wonderful stuff, but how are you going to clean your airbrush?

Martyn

Thread: FrSky Horus X10S Express LBT to OpenTX
30/05/2020 20:35:22

Thanks all

I will install 2.3.7 which I think is the latest stable release

Best wishes

Martyn

29/05/2020 21:36:26

I have just bought a Horus X10S Express and want to install OpenTX.

I have watched the Joshua Bardwell video and am currently reading the documentation but is all seems a little dated. I have also checked the OpenTx website.

Is there anything more recent or any gotchas that I need to watch out for?

Thanks

Martyn

Thread: S1581 Hawker Nimrod MkI
26/05/2020 12:37:12

Hi Danny

I assume that the Fury does not use streamline wires. I am trying to remember.

Martyn

26/05/2020 10:21:18

Danny, that looks superb

BTW, regarding decal sheet, you can always spray paint the sheet first, let it dry then print, let it dry then seal with car lacquer

Martyn

Thread: The State of Play
24/05/2020 12:24:16

There is always a risk of reinventing the wheel without asking why the wheel failed in the first place.

I Al looking at a CAP Hurricane build (from plan not kit) at the moment, it's the right size for me although getting an ic engine inside is a bit of a problem.

The point is that here was a range of aircraft, they appear to be well thought through, cowls and cockpits available but the business no longer exists. If there was a viable demand for these kits, then why are they no longer produced?

Martyn

23/05/2020 10:16:19

Tempest or Sea Fury to suit a 100 or 120 size

(In my case an SC120FS - I would love a Laser though)

Engine needs to be fully enclosed which probably make the Tempest an easier option

Answering the question..

Martyn

Thread: S1581 Hawker Nimrod MkI
19/05/2020 19:13:23

I have been paying attention.

All you have top do now is mass produce them for the rest of the forumites laugh

Absolutely beautiful.

Martyn

Thread: Gary's Brian Taylor P-47 build
19/05/2020 11:19:24

Thanks Gary

I can see the problem. Stuff like that can weigh down heavily. Stick it all in the loft for a year (after cleaning the muck off) and come back to it when all the bad memories have gone. It will look much better.

18/05/2020 22:29:47

Following this, I fancy a BT design - but what was wrong with the spitfire?

Good luck

Martyn

Thread: Precedent Stampe 1/4 Scale
16/05/2020 17:06:36

Brilliant, thoroughly enjoyed that..

Martyn

Thread: S1581 Hawker Nimrod MkI
13/05/2020 11:54:43

Duplicate post - sorry

 

Martyn

Edited By Martyn K on 13/05/2020 11:55:22

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