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Member postings for Radge

Here is a list of all the postings Radge has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Hi to all from Steve Davis
10/10/2012 00:26:26

Hi Steve, Best you stock up on Tucano kits.

Thread: Depron Alpha Jet
09/10/2012 11:09:57

Wow! That is your first? I can't wait to see your next one!yesteeth 2 Welcome and good luck with it's maiden flight.

Thread: I am now ready for my first Spitfire
08/10/2012 11:42:43

Nice video Garbo, nice looking model with some well flown scale passes.yessmiley Oh and thanks for the new wallpaper photo, I liked the 'banking to port' too much to resist.blush

Thread: Kamco Kloudrider
08/10/2012 11:15:47

Huh?! Sorry Tony, I just can't keep up mate.(I know, it's an age thing) Speedy Gon Balsa!!smile

Thread: The penultimate 2000/e2k race meeting for 2012 . . .
08/10/2012 08:17:10

What a smashing day Clifford! I hope the mods see this posting and consider it good RCM&E material. Better still,  write them an article for readers letters.

Edited By Radge on 08/10/2012 08:20:12

Thread: Carbon Fibre Undercarriage
07/10/2012 11:04:07
Posted by Bob Cotsford on 07/10/2012 10:06:51:

Very nice Radge, I'll take one 380mm track, 150mm high for a 100mm wide fuselage please. £2.50 by Paypal ok?yesface 1

Certainly sir! Tomorrow quick enough?(Resin is still a bit tacky)

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06/10/2012 23:09:21

If you click on the photo Ken it'll enlarge buddy, you can then see the mould outline of the landing gear. Obviously I have to leave it 24hrs and then I'll trim the edges leaving a nice looking set of landing gear. Very strong and very cheap. Costed out at about £2.50 per set.wink 2

Thread: I am now ready for my first Spitfire
06/10/2012 18:15:46

You know Garbo, that's a really nice looking Spitfire. I like it!smile

06/10/2012 18:15:45

You know Garbo, that's a really nice looking Spitfire. I like it!smile

Thread: Feels like autumn is approaching, what have you been flying?
06/10/2012 18:09:47

Own design high winger did it's 20th flight today, very happy.

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Thread: Carbon Fibre Undercarriage
06/10/2012 17:58:44

Fresh from the mould today, 9 layers of 200gsm bi directional carbon interlaced with 8 layers of 160gsm fibre glass. ZAP's best epoxy laminating resin used.

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Thread: Betting Thread
05/10/2012 22:24:04

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smile d Lipsmackin!

Thread: Got bored :)
05/10/2012 18:20:33

Ahah! The new Jhunong Lou Lucky 'Spitfire' . Well done Tony, have a nice maidenteeth 2

Thread: Newbie! saying hi
05/10/2012 12:26:31

Hi Olly and welcome!smile As above with the club thing, assuming your Cessna is the 400 size RTF there's a list of spares **LINK** including a replacement shaft. I would do the club thing though and get some instruction, it'll keep your damage down and your enthusiasm up.wink 2

Thread: Music for aerobatics?
05/10/2012 09:44:12

Start with Ultravox "The Voice". That'll get their pulse racing. then fade into Enya "Aldebaran" as the crowd gaze amazed at the accuracy of the fluid flying and talent of the pilot. Then finish with the theme from the "Archers" as they clap in time to the music when you take a bow.smile d("No photographs." "Speak to my agent."

Thread: Frustrated builder!
05/10/2012 09:05:07

Indeed, I have one aileron and it's requisite servo to fit to complete my latest balsa bash and it's been waiting in the dining room for me to finish it for three weeks! In the meantime I've been anguishing over the main spar wood that I can't find for the model I haven't even designed yet!indecision

Thread: Free stuff on Friday
05/10/2012 08:51:41

Bundle of stripwood please.

Thread: Turnigy 9X 2.4Ghz TX & 8 Channel V2 RX
05/10/2012 08:20:49

This sounds symptomatic of too much downthrust on the motor mounting, I'd stick a couple of washers in the bottom screws to ease it off a bit.

Thread: Fancy a Horten?
02/10/2012 10:30:09

Oh! It's an aeroplane. I thought it was a Who.

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Thread: I am now ready for my first Spitfire
30/09/2012 13:25:52

Not into warbirds personally but I would be very interested to see how you get on with this one.

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