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2018-07-07, 21:07 by Gary M Jones

I was at the field today between 14:00 & 15:00 all on my own , good flying too. There is a dead sheep along the fence line towards the gate from the pits, I saw the farmer so reported this to her. I hope no one had plans for a BBQ Smile .

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Post by FATBOY3237 on 2013-02-19, 10:59

HI to those that know me know im quit new to flying but i have a final plan for all my flying and that is to have a Scale heli to fly around so i have a couple of questions to start my brain working!!!

1) What are the largest and best stile of blades that i could use for a scale heli, as this will determin how big the heli will finaly be.

2) Does anyone know what the max weight a eclectric/nitro/pertol motors are capable of taking off, this will detemain the materials, weight and type of motor i use.

3) Finally does anyone have much experience in building scale heli's any additional help would be greatfull.

The final model is going to be either a AH64 Longbow or a EC-135 Helimed
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Post by Guest on 2013-03-16, 18:02

Your answer is endless and really depends on your budget. Carbon blades are the best but will cost up to £150 ish for a large scale and that could be powered by electric, gas or turbine motors.

May I suggest your starting point is the size of helicopter you want, that will then dictate the weight of the aircraft which in turn will dictate the size and type of motor and obviously the correct blades will follow.

You could speak to Hobby Corner at Wrexham as Kerin Taylor has scale helicopters, but I wouldn't wait too long as it is going around that the shop is soon to close, if not already and will become a hairdressers.

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Post by Zaidy on 2013-03-16, 22:09

Look up Vario helicopters.co.uk
And
rcaerodyne.com

They have a huge range of Helis scale, heads, cockpits etc......

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