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    Powerbox release it next month Dave

    Powerbox release it next month

    Dave
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    New PB mini iGyro will suit you fine J. Designed...

    New PB mini iGyro will suit you fine J. Designed from the start as an aeroplane gyro, good price too!

    D
  3. OK, Phillip knows everything! Sure he will have a...

    OK, Phillip knows everything! Sure he will have a simple answer

    Dave
  4. Vin is correct, some brakes don't work with the...

    Vin is correct, some brakes don't work with the UP6. But Behotec should.
    Mmm my memory says that allowing the plunger to freely release (no servo) can do this, can you hook up a rod so the valve is...
  5. OK. What pressure are you trying? You have a...

    OK. What pressure are you trying? You have a strong servo on the UP 6? (Also, how old is the UP6)
    If you manually press in the plunger does the valve "click"

    Dave
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    Since its draggy anyway, mount the unit below the...

    Since its draggy anyway, mount the unit below the wing surface on the existing U/C rail. Let in another rail in front. Can't remember if you need to shorten the existing rail for wheel clearance or...
  7. Can you be clearer. The UP is a brake valve on...

    Can you be clearer. The UP is a brake valve on its own. You have two valves in one system?

    Dave
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    J Yes, its what I was going to use before...

    J

    Yes, its what I was going to use before selling my last kit. Mount infront of the existing rails.

    D
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    Its a 2mm rod, not 3mm like the rest. Best to...

    Its a 2mm rod, not 3mm like the rest. Best to change the supplied 2mm clevis, the pins are not always welded to the yoke solidly

    Dave
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    Zap 20 (6-8 spots only) with Ritelock brand)...

    Zap 20 (6-8 spots only) with Ritelock brand) kicker (weaker Foam friendly type generates less heat on cure (Zap kickers will fog for sure) to tack and ZAP 560 bead on the glass edge.
    The last (5??)...
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    Been using felt clunks for 10 years and never...

    Been using felt clunks for 10 years and never changed one, but I use paraffin (Kerosene) and not JetA1. The Tillotson clunks now supplied have a smaller hole in the weighted centre (used to be...
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    Festo's main business is pneumatics! Mike most...

    Festo's main business is pneumatics!
    Mike most of the UK companies keep it, Al's can probably ship you tubing.
    In Europe most people use Festo tube for air, Behotec and Airtech Germany supply it...
  13. Thread: F-35?

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    Would an F-35A, at 1/8 scale be OK? No more...

    Would an F-35A, at 1/8 scale be OK?
    No more info, but 2015 could be your year ;-)

    (I won't be pushed on more info, people need time to develop a product without the pressure from outside)

    Dave
  14. Come to a UK jet meeting and look at 100 Jets, I...

    Come to a UK jet meeting and look at 100 Jets, I bet 80% have JR servos in them and there is a good reason for that. It might be more than 80%! I sell between 1500-2000 high end JR servos per year...
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    Mark Everyone. I'm still learning and...

    Mark
    Everyone.
    I'm still learning and understanding Xbus too. My Blanik is the first model I have used Xbus and will probably fit this unit to that for learning how it works.

    Dave
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    Not an Rx! They call it XPort. Two XBus Rx's and...

    Not an Rx!
    They call it XPort. Two XBus Rx's and two batteries. All 14 PWM ports can be assigned to any channel. There are the Xbus output ports that you can use with splitter hubs, one HD and two...
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    New JR 3 Axis Aeroplane Gyro

    JR about to release this into the fold of many gyros suitable for our craft.
    With work with JR Xbus or even Futaba S Bus

    2048358
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    Sorry I missed this. I use MA (Heli) Silicon...

    Sorry I missed this. I use MA (Heli) Silicon grease, but Vaseline works the same. When you turn the wheel at full brake it should not grab. Also should not be too slippery from the grip point of view...
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    Mark. In stock now...MacGregor have more. RRP is...

    Mark. In stock now...MacGregor have more.
    RRP is 134.95. Yes, it needs XBus Rx's and it converts. There are several Rx choices starting at 54.95 for 7ch. We do a pair with any Xbus hubs at 100.
    ...
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    JR DMSS people have a choice... Not sold many PB...

    JR DMSS people have a choice...
    Not sold many PB Expanders so other than Mark's feed back I already had, its early days. Only down side for me is single power socket, JR have twin so that is a...
  21. You cannot make adjustments like that really, the...

    You cannot make adjustments like that really, the capped off lines will give an instant pressure lock to fire the next shuttle in the valve. In use with retracts and door cylinders plumbed the time...
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    Been std for quite a while! Dw 2047319

    Been std for quite a while!

    Dw

    2047319
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    Ken (all) Depends on the original shape as to...

    Ken (all)
    Depends on the original shape as to whether they change, but you can "push" them back into shape with a flat tool (Allen driver or small file) from the rear.

    Dave
  24. This is my Cougar install. I love UP valves,...

    This is my Cougar install.
    I love UP valves, they are my go to first choice for any sequenced set up, never had a failure or problem in 15 years-But its important the cylinders seal or the...
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    You mean 2cm (20mm) All the CARF guys are using...

    You mean 2cm (20mm) All the CARF guys are using 180's.
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