Monthly Archives: September 2012

DH82a

I bought this Flair 1/4 scale Tiger Moth about 10 years ago from Shrewsbury Model Centre when they were still in the town centre.  I got so far with it and sort of ground to a halt. Now it’s been … Continue reading

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OS FS70 Surpass Valve Spring Replacement.

My OS FS70 Surpass Mk1 stopped suddenly and cost me a Wot4.  It had a broken inlet valve spring.  Here, for any-one interested, is how I fixed it. It’s not a difficult task but the parts are very small, like the … Continue reading

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Back to the J,J,JR

All right then, and no laughing… After a brief dalliance with Futaba, I have returned to the fold.  A JR PCM9xII.   And, of course, the ubiquitous FrSky 2.4 Telemetry Module.  The antenna extension is featured eleswhere on this blog.

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Escort Agency??

Someone I know is building himself his dream car.  It’s basically a Mk1 Ford Escort, but MUCH modified. 4wd turbo etc. Too much to list.  Here’s a piccy…   We are all quite jealous.

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