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Anyone out there got an Elita they want to move on please?  Preferably X-tail, but either considered.  Cheers!
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RC Flight Chatter / Re: Too young?
« Last post by dickw on Yesterday at 09:47:32 »
Some transmitters these days incorporate a USB port, and can be connected direct to a PC to use with a simulator.
I use PicaSim (free off the internet) with my regular transmitter, so no cost involved.

If you are thinking of getting any new radio gear that might be something to look for.

Dick
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RC Flight Chatter / Re: Too young?
« Last post by lanicopter on November 22, 2017, 20:44:47 PM »
That's a pretty neat idea. It never occured to me to do this.

Yes - I know it's not 100% like a transmitter but the concept is the same with the sticks, works well for me practicing flying my quad
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RC Flight Chatter / Re: Checking C of G advice
« Last post by jdquinn on November 22, 2017, 14:12:02 PM »
It might be just the photos and my lack of experience but the position you have chosen to balance from looks too far forward, I would expect a balance point a couple of inches further rearward.


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RC Model Flying Events / Re: BMFA Nationals 2018 is on at RAF Barkston
« Last post by keithl on November 22, 2017, 13:43:44 PM »
Hi Keith im talking 1960 s early 70s control line was king and radio was making its mark
I'm not a member there myself, but I am familiar with the club and their use of BH, because we have a vested interest due to the Nats.

The club is still active and as far as I know flies pretty much ever discipline.  They lost access to BH for a while due to a clamp down on all non-operational use, but regained use of Wednesday evenings.
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RC Flight Chatter / Re: Too young?
« Last post by NigelDan on November 22, 2017, 10:04:52 AM »
If you buy an XBOX 360 controller with a USB attachment (there are also adaptors available) it might be a good stopgap to learn the sticks. It should just plug straight into the laptop.

That's a pretty neat idea. It never occured to me to do this.
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RC Model Flying Events / Re: BMFA Nationals 2018 is on at RAF Barkston
« Last post by THE BLACKBIRD on November 21, 2017, 17:11:00 PM »
Hi Keith im talking 1960 s early 70s control line was king and radio was making its mark
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RC Model Flying Events / Re: BMFA Nationals 2018 is on at RAF Barkston
« Last post by keithl on November 21, 2017, 12:35:26 PM »
being born and lived in Ancaster a village 1 mile away, it used to be my clubs ( Grantham )  flying field
Happy memories
It still is (one of) Grantham DMAC's flying site.  Currently they only get Wednesday evenings, but this could be expanded in the near future.
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RC Model Flying Events / Re: BMFA Nationals 2018 is on at RAF Barkston
« Last post by THE BLACKBIRD on November 21, 2017, 12:11:15 PM »
being born and lived in Ancaster a village 1 mile away, it used to be my clubs ( Grantham )  flying field
Happy memories
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RC Model Flying Events / Re: BMFA Nationals 2018 is on at RAF Barkston
« Last post by THE BLACKBIRD on November 21, 2017, 12:07:43 PM »
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