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Old 10-10-2012, 11:20 PM
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Love It !!!!!! great job Mike you and seamus are spot on ....landings and take offs ....and your short funny clips ,something nice to look at later ,would bring all the good memories back ......NOW get the finger out and get that Hawk finished !!
When Andy gets the finger out the site will be the best in the country ,with its own little Hotel !

did anyone get a video of the Hawk doing a belly flop?
I will have to ask Rita and Joe to put on a extension to the 5***** hotel if the crowed keeps on getting bigger all the time
Mike never stops talking about the Hawk realy got him hooked on this Jet flying come on Mike get it build
There was a few cameras out that time I am sure it will be out did you fix that wheel ?

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Old 10-10-2012, 11:49 PM
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Its in Quick Fit at the minute there was C clips on them instead of circlips !!!!!typical !!!!!
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Old 10-11-2012, 12:21 AM
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You sure where lucky having to land like that with one oh the mains not fully inn and no damage at the end of it
sure can not beat a good grass runway
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Old 10-11-2012, 12:26 PM
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Big rc jet on ch4 tv . Check it out .guided by the beast F****+ radio systems
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Old 10-11-2012, 01:40 PM
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is that why it crashes ??
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Ha ha I lined myself up for that one Doh !!!
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Old 10-11-2012, 04:23 PM
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And only had 50m range
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dont forget how long the tx battery lasts
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I think Mike used a whole TX battery programming the sprint! My f***** batteries last months!
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Big rc jet on ch4 tv . Check it out .guided by the beast F****+ radio systems
How are we going to get the back row seats in future to go to Jet-power after watching that program [&o]
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Not a problem if you notice when walking out to a plane you get the "monkey see, monkey do" synerio, the ground steward walks from the gate leading out the passengers and always stops at the front steps, then everyone just follows up the front steps like ants, only the regular flyers will walk around and head for the rear steps.

You do of course then get the idiots who go in the front door and walk all the way down to the back meeting people coming the other way.

This is of course only applies to the budget airlines with no seat allocation, on other Airlines if you want best chance of crash survival you need to book your flight early
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:50 AM
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Hey model modeller ! You do know there is an ON switch on that radio. I have battery's issues because my planes actually fly
Take that pinky !
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Old 10-12-2012, 02:24 PM
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Yup ,that they do !!!batteries last a long time when just taxiing!!
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looking forward to Waterford ,someone said there is going to be a taxiing competition,anda black curly haired gentleman playing a guitar!
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Old 10-14-2012, 12:08 PM
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When is Waterford going to give us a date ?? I'm having the dt's already !! Anyone interested in coming to Athlone ? I will organise something fairly quickly If anyone is up for it ?
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Get it done Mike I will be there

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what do you mean you will be there ???? you live there!!!!

Athlone will do me mike ,count me in ...no prob ...as long as Sean is back ...didnt like the music the last time
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Old 10-28-2012, 02:15 PM
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Anyone going to the Waterford funfly on the 3rd Nov ?
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I am up for it mike but everyone else has pulled out ... Don't want to be there on my own its a seven hour journey
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Old 02-01-2013, 05:37 PM
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All very quiet here , Bobg did u get on Facebook yet. I see badger boy signed up recently ...
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Old 02-02-2013, 12:42 AM
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dont like facebook ,too many see what you do in your spare time and when your house is empty /what you have in your garage .....all quiet here ...big C ...ihas some new stuff .....but van not big enough .....heard he went to look at a new traffic but feet wouldnt reach the pedals
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Mike ...did you ever spray the harpoon ...only painted models allowed at the field next year

Andy doesn't want any old rif raf

...any new models eg hawks ....

..suppose Rob has thebackside flown off his flash by now ,

the 140 should be perfect for it !

rumour that there might be a fly in soon

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Good to hear from you rob. They can only see in your garrage if u put a pic up pitty about stumpy not being able to reach the pedals .guess he's not able to read automobile manuals either or he would have discovered that seat are adjustable. That's 2 now. The other manual was the the jet munts that he didn't cable up properly ! Had he read the manual .... oh well ...Tut tut old boy !!
Harpoon is presentable again no other projects on the go yet. We could do with meeting up again. Got a load of flying in last weekend so got my fix
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:13 PM
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Any word on a bit of a get together guys ? Need an excuse away for a weekends banter now the weather has improved and time changes in 4 weeks or so ?
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Hi Robert

any time now road is almost done I mean will be done by the W/E I am ready we all need a fix and the usual banter and crack
name a date and I will fix it for all of us see if we can get some of the UK guys to come over

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