Register

If this is your first visit, please click the Sign Up now button to begin the process of creating your account so you can begin posting on our forums! The Sign Up process will only take up about a minute of two of your time.

Search:

Type: Posts; User: sensei

Page 1 of 40 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 1.59 seconds.

  1. Replies
    81
    Views
    9,213

    Hello Bill, I have in my possession a brand...

    Hello Bill,

    I have in my possession a brand new never worked on Dave Scully design Fiberglass fuselage, engine cowling, canopy, wheel pants and set of plans of the Skybolt. I received this some...
  2. Thread: Wind

    by sensei
    Replies
    65
    Views
    1,356

    Sims are a great tool for practicing, I have not...

    Sims are a great tool for practicing, I have not used one in many years now but I went through two transmitters in three years when I did use the sim.

    Bob
  3. Thread: Wind

    by sensei
    Replies
    65
    Views
    1,356

    It really only takes practice to become...

    It really only takes practice to become proficient and comfortable, I am just a sport pilot that likes to have fun, and wind is the best place to have it.

    Bob
  4. Thread: Wind

    by sensei
    Replies
    65
    Views
    1,356

    I noticed that there were a couple of mentions of...

    I noticed that there were a couple of mentions of too much technical information being given to a beginner's question of flying in the wind,I really don't see it as a beginners question at all...
  5. Thread: Wind

    by sensei
    Replies
    65
    Views
    1,356

    Exactly, oh and my windy day plane of choice is...

    Exactly, oh and my windy day plane of choice is anything I fly on just about any day windy or not, but then again, that is just me.;)

    Bob
  6. Thread: Wind

    by sensei
    Replies
    65
    Views
    1,356

    LOL, Less chatter and more stick time is what is...

    LOL, Less chatter and more stick time is what is needed by many so try to have fun and be a little less literal, besides calm air is for kids silly rabbit!

    Bob
  7. Thread: Wind

    by sensei
    Replies
    65
    Views
    1,356

    Thank you for making my point valid... In your...

    Thank you for making my point valid... In your words you have illustrated that only the pilot really cares when flying through a thunder storm in a Cessna 182 instead of a Boeing 747, and also the...
  8. Thread: Wind

    by sensei
    Replies
    65
    Views
    1,356

    As I already stated, I like to fly symmetrical...

    As I already stated, I like to fly symmetrical airfoil lightweight airplanes, lighter flies better, at least to me, and wind is just something more to have fun in while flying.

    Bob
  9. Thread: Applying Decals

    by sensei
    Replies
    3
    Views
    79

    Yes, Windex also works well and a product called...

    Yes, Windex also works well and a product called Rapid Tack works best.

    Bob
  10. Thread: Wind

    by sensei
    Replies
    65
    Views
    1,356

    The airplane doesn't really know or care if there...

    The airplane doesn't really know or care if there is wind present or not, only the pilot does so practicing and becoming proficient in the wind will allow you to relax, go with the wind and have fun...
  11. Thread: Epoxy

    by sensei
    Replies
    14
    Views
    294

    The calculation for mixing mass ratios is the...

    The calculation for mixing mass ratios is the same for a 5 gram mass,15 gram mass, 5000 gram mass or whatever, it doesn't matter, what does matter is the smaller your mass is, the more accurate you...
  12. Thread: Epoxy

    by sensei
    Replies
    14
    Views
    294

    Mix ratios are simplified with use of a digital...

    Mix ratios are simplified with use of a digital scale and calculator.


    For a 3.72:1 ratio just equate 100 divided by 3.72, this gives you a 100/26.882 Resin/Hardener mixing ratio, so as an...
  13. Thread: Epoxy

    by sensei
    Replies
    14
    Views
    294

    +1 Bob

    +1

    Bob
  14. Replies
    1,124
    Views
    32,547

    Obviously the work of a true craftsmen, fantastic...

    Obviously the work of a true craftsmen, fantastic looking airplane Vincent!!!

    Bob
  15. Thread: Spinners

    by sensei
    Replies
    21
    Views
    510

    Great decision, I don't want you to lose an...

    Great decision, I don't want you to lose an airplane either.

    Bob
  16. Thread: Spinners

    by sensei
    Replies
    21
    Views
    510

    I have been flying with nothing but large gas...

    I have been flying with nothing but large gas engines with multiple prop bolts, and True-Turn or carbon fiber center bolt spinner's for decades and literally thousands of flights, never had an issue...
  17. Replies
    44
    Views
    1,245

    Your first post stated you had a problem with...

    Your first post stated you had a problem with aileron input from your transmitter killing the engine, now you state you are still getting interference, so which one is it? The problem you were/are...
  18. Replies
    44
    Views
    1,245

    Yes I agree a defective ignition module with...

    Yes I agree a defective ignition module with enough spiking, a loose cap on the plug, chaffed wires or whatever could probably cause enough noise to be a problem with just about any receiver, and if...
  19. Replies
    16
    Views
    530

    They may be fine to fly on Wednesday from a...

    They may be fine to fly on Wednesday from a Saturday charge, but if your unsure just top them off with your charger. Remember battery charge levels is kinda like fuel tank fuel levels, you can't use...
  20. Before you do any cutting layout an area about an...

    Before you do any cutting layout an area about an inch larger all the way around than your planned cutout, next perform a wet layup of 2 or 3 plies of 4 to 6 oz. cloth and a laminating grade epoxy of...
  21. Replies
    44
    Views
    1,245

    Like I stated in my first post, you most likely...

    Like I stated in my first post, you most likely have a programing or set up problem, maybe even a chaffing problem of sorts or something along those lines. Best of luck finding your issue.

    Bob
  22. Replies
    44
    Views
    1,245

    The truth is; 2.4 is just too far away to be of...

    The truth is; 2.4 is just too far away to be of any concern, just like the old rule of placing the throttle servo a minimum of 12" away from anything to do with the ignition module, those are old...
  23. Replies
    44
    Views
    1,245

    I believe it is a programing or setup issue, I...

    I believe it is a programing or setup issue, I say this because in 2006 I built a 40% Carden 260, and flew it over 500 flights with a Spectrum DX-7 with two batteries plugged into a single Fromco...
  24. Replies
    35
    Views
    1,503

    Your right it is also the proper surface...

    Your right it is also the proper surface preparation, and mix ratio needed as I already stated. I have not used 30 minute Devcon in many years, but if you were able to pull balsa away from a...
  25. Replies
    35
    Views
    1,503

    Other than the acrylic adhesives mentioned so far...

    Other than the acrylic adhesives mentioned so far everything else has been epoxy based, with that said it should be noted that there are laminating epoxies that can be thickened with cab, milled...
Results 1 to 25 of 1000
Page 1 of 40 1 2 3 4
All times are GMT -6. The time now is 06:12 AM.

SEO by vBSEO 3.6.1 ©2011, Crawlability, Inc.