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Member postings for RC Plane Flyer

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Thread: RCM&E Vol.63 No2 February 2020
16/01/2020 09:03:21

Whoops Taboo is was I was looking for just need to find an old mag now

15/01/2020 20:24:39

Can anybody name Pylon Type model with a T Tail similar to the twizzle above seen one somewhere but brain fade lets me down

Thread: Upgrading Windows7 to Win10 for free
12/01/2020 21:53:34

I am no expert but of the opinion that Windows 10 works better on newer laptops. I updated a mature Acer laptop to Windows 10 and it took weeks to get it settled down, Replacing it last September with a new laptop with Windows 10 already installed no problems

Thread: Hitec 81
09/01/2020 16:57:15

My experience of the Hitec 81 servos was very poor. Great servo from new but any knock on the area being operated by the servo and it was a time to take out strip down and new gear set. Would suggest you invest in a another servo

Thread: Probable scam?
21/12/2019 14:39:11

I recently had the TV licence scam then the following week I had another supposedly from Netflix to say my subscription had not gone through. Never been anywhere near Netflix so that got blocked

18/12/2019 14:09:42

My son bought a large TV and vac from Currys and was advised to watch out for Black Friday deals and if it was cheaper he could reclaim the difference . Sure enough there was a difference, he made various phone calls to try and get it sorted but finished up back at Currys cash desk to get his refund

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
11/12/2019 11:56:59

So the CAA has raised over £542700 during November registration 60300 persons

02/12/2019 10:18:02

What a great point here there has been all this talk about Drone and Aircraft and no mention of Helicopters looks like I need to ammend my Xmas pressy list

Thread: A new caption competition - winner declared!
02/12/2019 09:06:42

Do you think a drone thingy with a claw grip like my hand could find the the rest of it and bring it home ??

Thread: Easy Street 2
29/11/2019 17:23:22

Flying on 4s makes them fast I fly on 3s and can handle the speed okay but it does not like slow poke type flying.

Flying with one prop size down is even better

Edited By RC Plane Flyer on 29/11/2019 17:26:45

29/11/2019 15:51:04

My Easy Street 2 is a lot better with an undercarriage on , went with recommended motor and prop and can just get 5 mins on 2200 lipo dropped down a prop size and and can easily get 5 mins with some time to spare.

Thread: A new caption competition - winner declared!
28/11/2019 19:42:35

Not sure if this fence is electrified so don't grab my hand.  Use your hat has a glove 

Edited By RC Plane Flyer on 28/11/2019 19:43:47

28/11/2019 18:15:20

I feel sure I could have made it through the gap in the upper wires !!

Edited By RC Plane Flyer on 28/11/2019 18:15:50

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
17/11/2019 09:48:31

May be a little of topics but saw a TV shopping channel last night selling Drones at £99 but what was interesting and I missed the full link was referring to the Drone Agency for guidance

Thread: RCM&E Vector March 2016 free plan
10/11/2019 12:55:39

Just a little update on my progress 1 Ready for fin making 2 Mod hatch to take battery 3 Fit prop and load test

No 10

No 9

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
09/11/2019 18:49:27

So having looked at sticking my Dymo Label on the inside of my models it  is not going to be that simple. So I have opted to stick the labels on the outside my options is same place on all models ( **** *** **** )

Edited By RC Plane Flyer on 09/11/2019 18:53:03

08/11/2019 20:52:20

I am of the opinion that the numbers should go inside your model to give you a bit more confidence that you/we took the CAA test, paid our fee and gained our numbers, so little chance of the numbers being seen by other eyes and taking advantage of our work to follow the CAA Guide lines

Thread: How many flyable aircraft do you have ?
07/11/2019 19:54:31

Just found a Dymo label machine in garage from some time ago. Has with it some 7mm wide tapes that give me a 4mm high letters. I bet second hand shops, Ebay, Facebook and others get searched in depth

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
05/11/2019 19:09:53

Deleted my comments 

Edited By RC Plane Flyer on 05/11/2019 19:11:29

Thread: How many flyable aircraft do you have ?
05/11/2019 14:33:11

Yorkshire man Deep pockets Short arms

Only have 4 IC and 3 Electric

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