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Type: Posts; User: MX240
Yes sorry to see this fine magazine bite the dust along with R/C Reports and Flying Models.
IMAA # ps04
You explain it a lot better then the book
I have this set on my model to move the Rudder a small amount with the Aileron stick.
I touch the "switch" and are sent to a new page with on-single-on?
What do I do now..... to select a switch to...
I am using a DA 50.....but I am NOT having any over heating issues with this engine.
I guess from my past experience I error on the side of caution and use this set up (tin dams) on most of my...
Yes, same thing happened to me.
Sent it in for repair....sent back with note ....couldn't find anything wrong? Really!
Sent in again with a follow up phone call. Finally fixed
It's the memory chip...
Heating issues....Place a tin dam on the engine stand-offs to stop overheating the carburetor and causing the engine to go lean.. Zip tied through punched holes.
I do have a small "slot" in the top...
Yes, Same thing here Kevin. I had been with JR since the early eighties when they were sold out of Las Vegas (Circus Circus). I was as loyal a customer as could be.
Only lost one plane due to radio...
OK, I looked at this website and saw $33 for a 16 channel receiver......really...and these things work?
Looks like a JR 9505 transmitter with a different name on it...is this legal?
Yes, I have also tried the "local" battery store with your same results.
Go to Horizon and order a JR 2500ma battery.
Ha, I sure agree with that.
Most of the handicap tags hanging from the rear view mirrors around here are on the expensive cars of fifty thousand plus.
The four 51's I have put together I epoxyed the scoop to the wings......but I have cut out the back part to get to the wing bolts if I ever have to.
Makes a good hand hold also if you leave a half...
I agree....Let the stupid politicians and their back room money deals for themselves fight.
This website and this hobby is to take our mine off such things for our enjoyment.
Sure....these is some...
Just look at some of the people on our hi-way system.
But, we still drive our cars....right?
Same here......I have thick skin after all these years, so I get a lot of my information on here.
I used the supplied hardware. This is a standoff scale model. I am sure some on here have used nicer looking horns and stuff....but for me I am only interested one thing and that is a trouble free...
All good stuff to know from back then.
In the late fifties I flew single channel till I bought my first hand held transmitter. A Orbit.
I went to a farm sale here and found a like new Morton M-5...
I flipped over the wing and noticed that the retracts don't lock in the up (retracted position) anymore. I loosened up the mounts and found that they'd need to have 1/4 inch of spacers to get the...
Fred 123 ...I think 3/8 from the Gyro would be about right. It not take much. But, I don't use "heading hold" thought. I know most of the jet/chopper guys use that. I have been afraid of it. Maybe...
I have found when the wheels are "up" in the locked position you need to be able to turn the wheel while in the well.
Maybe not "spin" but at least be able turn it.
Yes, rub it in that your weather is good enough to fly while most of us here in the states have the worst winter ever. :)
All four of the TF Mustangs I have put together I have had to take my...
Don't forget you have covering to be placed in their yet. That will take up some room.
You will want a little space in there placing the wing on the fuselage. I always tilt the back of the wing up...
I am using Futaba 3305 servos in mine with no problem.
If these are the 100oz ones?
With this type of wing joining I like to cut a small "V" in the end of the plywood joiner to give some place for the excess epoxy to go if I get crazy with too much glue.
I have never heard of a TF...
For you guys doing the first flight....be very careful the first time you drop the flaps as this baby is very sensitive and has large pitch changes....up!
I did some damage to mine on about the...