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Trevor

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  1. Trevor

    Phoenix RC Dongle

    Might be able to fix the lead for you, depending on how broken it is
  2. Interesting alternate form of propulsion. Bit like a Dyson desk fan I think. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/technology-46310975/sci-fi-plane-with-no-moving-parts-flies-successfully
  3. At the field today (Wednesday 26/9/18) a young man on a motorbike appeared from the far corner, left of the oak tree. When he saw us he beat a hasty retreat but we heard him riding around the next field. We didn't see him long enough to note any details of the bike but he wasn't wearing any protective gear or even a helmet. just a T-shirt and jeans so apparently not a road rider. Not sure if the farmer can block that particular gap but we might approach him about it.
  4. Somewhere there is a little green man wiping bakewell crumbs from his eating orifice
  5. Yes, the professional uses for drones are limitless
  6. Amazing! What wingspan is it?
  7. Existing LiPos are only 3.7V per cell but several cells in series give more voltage. Wondering if the technology is scalable to more powerful cells for other than small tech use. I guess time will tell.
  8. See http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-41187824. Safer non-flammable lithium batteries may be on the way.
  9. My tuppence worth, 4 strokes occasionally need valve gaps adjusting which 2 strokes don't. This is a straightforward process involving a feeler gauge, screwdriver and small spanner. Otherwise they are very similar to set up and run.
  10. Trevor

    OS Gold

    Bling!! Not sure why anyone would spend that much on that engine?
  11. All Laser engines show as out of stock which is unlikely. I suggest you try the "Ordering" tab and contact them. I agree with Shane the Lasers are excellent probably the easiest to own though a little bit more expensive than ASPs. They generally have good resale value too. I own several ASPs and they are quite reliable too (except my .80FS one which just wont tune for some reason) Never owned the 1.20 though.
  12. Hi Terry Good to see you back.
  13. Yes, if a battery is not holding a charge it should be binned. No amount of cycling will restore it safely. Cycling a battery can tell you if it holding a charge. Personally, i renew my Rx and Tx batteries every 2-3 years regardless

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