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 on: Today at 10:45:03 AM 
Started by Martin Quartim - Last post by Martin Quartim
Looking for Enya SS45  and SS50 NIB



 on: Today at 10:44:13 AM 
Started by Dane Martin - Last post by Dane Martin
Eliminator Props in the Vendor's section sells  copies of the Bolly 12 and 13" 4.24 pitch CF props. That would be a good place to start.  Cool

Lol, i just emailed Steve H last night, "why didn't i think of that?". My last batch of 1/2A speed props came from Steve Wilk. Thanks for the reply

 on: Today at 10:37:53 AM 
Started by RC Storick - Last post by john e. holliday
Me? If you're asking, I run a support ship for the Pacific Missile Range at Port Hueneme Navy Base.
I'm a DoD contractor. We do offshore weapons testing, and also help warships test their proficiency before heading abroad.
If you weren't asking me, then nevermind...;-)
Happy Thanksgiving.

Thanks Chris, now I know.  I have a Brother-in-law that was working off shore oil rigs, was gone most of the time.  He's the one I put up on a Hacker 1/2A and then was told he has vertigo.

 on: Today at 10:33:06 AM 
Started by Mark Knoepfle - Last post by john e. holliday
Hey this video is now on the Barton site.   Shug you are getting famous.

 on: Today at 10:32:22 AM 
Started by George Albo - Last post by George Albo
I was a member of the Miami Aeronuts, and my cousin ran the childrens theater at 110 aragon avenue. I don't remember you from your name. There is no legal flying site in Miami-Dade county. I still have the T-shirt.

lol  small world. I was a kid at the time, I remember the shirt as I had one too. You were fussing with converting a cox .049 to diesel then. I was a member for a short time as it was difficult for me to get around as a teenager without a car. If memory serves me right, you had a workshop in a wooden garage you were renting out near to your home.  Looking forward to meeting up with you sometime in the future. (I won third place in an endurance contest over by Tamiami Park sponsored by the AeroNuts. I was the third contestant. My entry was a scientific stuntmaster. Flew for five minutes lol. Couldn't get the engine to run right) Got a battery as a prize!

fond memories...

 on: Today at 10:31:33 AM 
Started by builditright - Last post by john e. holliday
Thanks Walter and the same to you and your family plus all of our forum members on here.  Also a special thanks to the one who makes this all possible.

 on: Today at 10:31:19 AM 
Started by Piero Incani - Last post by peabody
The Tampa Bay Line Fliers (now part of the Manatee County Radio Controllers) had an event called "Quadrathon"...4 events, as the name implies....I'll ask and report back....

Have fun!

 on: Today at 10:29:50 AM 
Started by Chris Behm - Last post by Joseph Daly
Yes, if you go to a 5s system, you will use less mah's because of the higher voltage and your amps will go down. With 5s and 6s batteries you may be able to get a little lighter battery because you lower the amps used.
I have mostly 4s systems because that is what I started with and most of my planes use the same size battery and the cost is a little cheaper for 4s then 5s and 6s.
I have both of the size cobra motors you mention and the 3515 pulls a 60 oz plane around with no issue and the 3520 pulls a 69 oz plane around with no issue and they both run cool.

 on: Today at 10:19:32 AM 
Started by Dane Martin - Last post by Balsa Butcher
Eliminator Props in the Vendor's section sells  copies of the Bolly 12 and 13" 4.24 pitch CF props. That would be a good place to start.  Cool

 on: Today at 10:17:48 AM 
Started by Carl Cisneros - Last post by Gerald Arana
Here's mine. You can see the sand in the finish.


I brought some black sand from one of those islands in the pacific some years ago and used it on a couple of my handles. I coated the area that I wanted covered in epoxy and sprinkled the black sand over it. Then I put another coat of epoxy over it.
The problem that I had was; it would sand your hand after a couple flights. I think the sand was to course. A fined sand would've been better. Also I think I would use (fine) white sand next time.

Good luck, Jerry

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