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Member postings for Trevor Grace 1

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Thread: Motor to esc
16/10/2019 17:33:11

Hi Andy, Thanks for that, Will contact him tomorrow.

16/10/2019 11:51:07

I am useing a 650watt motor 60amp esc and 4s lipo and need an extra 8"/200mm of wire to reach the hatch and cg on a pusher . where would i join it and what size wire.

Thread: Thrust
28/09/2019 07:05:45

a dolly off a mountain !!!!!!!!!!!! DO'NT PANIC....working on it.

27/09/2019 20:32:17

Hi Denis,The undercarriage is not going to happen, I fly off of a very remote hills/mountain covered in gorse and long grass etc so hand launch is a must. belly landings are the norm with all leading edges spars strongly reinforced with carbon rods. thanks very much for your input & remarks.

will try to work out how to get pics on this thing as the DRAGON evolves.

27/09/2019 13:10:12

Yes ground clearance is my main concern. it will be a jetish type rear wing 2 fin/ rudders NO UNDERCART so may have to fit some type of rear skids for prop protection. max prop size would be 10ins.

27/09/2019 09:38:23

mad winter project self design/build canard pusher

static thrust is what i'm after as a starting point.

27/09/2019 09:03:26

Hi All, Can anyone tell me what sort of thrust i will get from a 9x8 prop on a Irvine 53 Mk 2.

Thread: used Rx
20/09/2019 10:09:58

Hi Don Fry, YES

20/09/2019 09:17:57

not sure what channel it was origanly used on and cant get it to rebind .may be easier to buy a new Rx.

20/09/2019 08:45:49

can i change the channel of a used Rx with my DX7 as i cant remember the channel it was origenaly set up to.

Thread: push
17/09/2019 18:51:08

thanks Nigel R. I will check the Weston link.

ps you have got the wrong plane the TORTUGA -KR84 is on the microbirds.com and type in TORTUGA

17/09/2019 16:12:35

hope so as for the props, had a fight with a 20x8 a few years back-guess who won.

17/09/2019 15:04:48

hi guys the remote adjusting needle valve will be no prop, what has got me foxed at the moment is the exhaust to prop clearance.

17/09/2019 14:01:00

hi Nigel R. thanks for your reply, i went electric a few yrs ago so lost touch with the i.c. world, the engine (brand new) has been sitting in my shed all of this time. Not making

exactly a flying wing but a star wars type twin fin long nose job. Will be making it up as i go along but loosly based on the KR84 TORTUGA Robodrone.

17/09/2019 13:21:27

i intend to build a 48-50 inch w/s flying wing type model using a irvine 53 and wondering if anyone could give me an idea on the size of 3 bladed pusher prop. looking at about 3lb -3 1/2lb flying weight

many thanks.

Thread: 1912 blackburn mono
16/04/2019 07:11:24

thanks guys, i was thinking about stitching it. has anyone tried.

15/04/2019 12:52:53

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?
06/09/2012 16:50:15

How do I return my DX7 back to its factory settings

Thread: DX7 timer
15/08/2012 20:44:31

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

15/08/2012 19:46:16

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

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