Here is a list of all the postings Trevor Grace 1 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: 1912 blackburn mono|
thanks guys, i was thinking about stitching it. has anyone tried.
how would you cover the underside of this wing type of approx 72inch span & 18 inch cord. the wing is very thin with a lot o under camber.
|Thread: Returning a DX7 to factory settings?|
How do I return my DX7 back to its factory settings
|Thread: DX7 timer|
Thanks everyone. the stand alone timer sounds a realy good idea. of to ebay now but would realy like a permenent mode if there is any one out there
i am having problems not hearing the timer in my DX7(I am abit deaf) is there an easy mod(i mean EEEASY) i can do to fit a flashing warning light to the outside of my Tx. failing this is ther anyone that could do this mod for me
|Thread: own design - something like Extra|
how did you work out the tapered ribs; does anyone know of a good laser cutting service
|Thread: Motor size for my fun flyer?|
|point taken, back to motorcalc.many thanks for the help|
|thanks gents, ijust thought 2s would keep the weight down and a slower stall speed|
i am building a aerobatic funfly of about 60" wingspan and 680square inch area.
allup weight around 9oz/sq.ft. i want to fly it on a 2s @25c and 13 to 14"prop
Can anyone suggest a brushles motor to fit the above spec.
|Thread: a123 is there life after death|
|if i start useing A123 batteries can i charge them on a lipo charger|
|Thread: weight to power ratio|
Cheers FlyingBrian, I have been looking at the 10-12lb mark. Hopefully the bottom end as
im looking at a real foater but with plenty of go.
|Not getting much help on this one, perhaps i am on the wrong thread ???|
I want to fit a DLE 30 onto a self build (sort of cougar) funfly.So that I can
determin the size of the model, can anyone tell me what MAX weight I should be
aiming for (including eng etc.) to fly verticles on a 20x8 prop at approx 70-75%
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