Here is a list of all the postings Den Moran has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Super Tigre 25cc wrap around?|
I have a DB Cirrus Moth with a a Super Tigre 25cc two stroke engine
. The engine is a good 'fit', with room behind the engine to take a 'down and out' wrap around exhaust. I want a wrap around to keep the scale looks of this lovely old aircraft.
I'm not too familiar with exhausts other than the 'standard' side sitting ones. Can anyone offer any suggestions, please? Thank you, Den,
|Thread: 4 motor wiring?|
What a great response! Thank you ,everyone, it's certainly answered my question!
Gary, I have a marvelous Turnigy 9xPro that I am still finding out about - it's uses ErSky programming, and is used on lots of different 'makes' e.g. Taranis. I am used to mixing, and think this set-up'll be ok. Thanks also for your brilliant 'link'.
The plane I have in mind initially is a HK rudderless Lancaster. I am also planning a large Short Solent build, and would like the Differential Thrust for taxi-ing.
Thanks, again, everybody! Den.
Does anyone know where I can get hold of a circuit diagram for a four motor setup, please?
I am also looking at differential thrust options, but would like the basics first! Cheers, and thanks, Den
|Thread: i/c wiring diagram|
I've sorted it out, thanks to your help - I double checked the throttle settings, and eventually hit the right combination! All the servos/control surface flicked into position, to my great relief. So once again, thanks, all.
I'll try that , thanks everyone!
Hi, Chris - I 'bind' my electric ones to match the esc, but how to bind an i/c which does not have an ESC, or even an available bind plug slot ( because for the i/c setup, its a .Bat. input?)
So back to the question - what am I missing ?
On the old 35 mghz, the crystal match would direct the receiver/transmitter relationship, but 2.4 ghz?
If its a binding process, how do I do that for the i/c setup. please?
HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEElp! I'm trying to set up a receiver on an i/c 'plane. Battery, an enerloop nimh type is charged and tested. switch on 'plane is tested working well.
Battery wire to switch
Switch the transmitter on
nothing , no light on the (brand-new) receiver, no servo movement ---- zilch!
What am I missing?
That's great, Cymaz, thanks!
|Thats just what I wanted - thanks, Den , and everybody!|
|I just mean an absolutely basic circuit showing a glo setup. I used to use a nimh four pack, and just need to know the layout - really basic! Cheers, Den|
Does anyone know where I can get a pukka wiring diagram for a basic i/c layout, please? Cheers, Den.
|Thread: glo to gas|
I've had a private post from one of our more sensible members, who does his best to be helpful, and explains the gas/glo conversion process very well.
It's disappointing to have to read these replies - the first time on this forum that I haven't received a sensible answer ( apart from the aforementioned private post) .
I feel confident that I can now go ahead with my conversion, with little fuss or expense. VERY public thanks for the private message, so sensible and tactful!
|Thread: Tony's hurri retracts!|
It's the T.N. 62" w/s
Hi! I'm just working on the wing on the hurricane, and I need to seriously consider what retracts to get.Anyone recommend anything ,please? Den,Wales
|Thread: Prop Size Selection|
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! - As the great Spike used to say when his swonicles were playing up!
From the horses' mouth:
' Hi Den,
a 6040 prop means 6 inch diameter with 4 degrees pitch effectively a 6x4 prop. A 5045 is 5 inch diameter 4.5 degrees pitch or 5x4.5. Hope this helps.
So thanks to all, once again,
Thanks for that,everyone - I think that Denis's may be the correct one, but the confusion created by Hobbyking is obvious to see - one of the modern phenomena - if its not broken, fix it! Thanks again everyone,
HI - THESE SEEM TO BE QUITE SMALL PROPS THAT i'M LOOKING AT
On the Hobbyking site , I notice prop sizes are given , thus, '6040' - what are the sizes in oldspeak. please?!
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