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Rob Wilsher28/11/2018 07:29:25
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Pleased to have found this site/forum as I am picking up the hobby again after a considerable break.

Cheers Rob

Chris Bott - Moderator28/11/2018 09:44:43
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Hi Rob and welcome to the forum.
ken anderson.28/11/2018 10:34:47
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welcome from me also Rob....

ken anderson...ne..1....welcome dept.

Edited By ken anderson. on 28/11/2018 10:35:24

Piers Bowlan28/11/2018 11:34:18
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Welcome Rob. Tell us what you were flying before and what you fancy having a crack at in the future.

Rob Wilsher28/11/2018 12:39:39
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Many thanks for the warm welcomes....

Previously, I have flown mainly sports models... I think my first trainer was a Kamco Kadet?? Then on to Precedent models including the Turbo??....the original Wot4. I lost my confidence following several right offs which turned out to be a faulty JR DX9 transmitter. Following some lengthy conversations with their service dept, it appeared that the main RF board was faulty/intermittent and had to be replaced. Anyway over the last couple of years I have been building some models including a Kyosho Spit., a Hurricane, a Precedent Bi-Fly and a new Wot4 which I hope to get in the air soon. Have just ordered a Bryan Taylor Spit plan and wood pack so I will be busy with the glue again.

Regards Rob

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