Monday, 30 November 2009


Monday @ 10:50pm had 15.6 mm of rain in the last 24 hours so building a float plane...


outlook for flying this weekend is bleak hope every one has got lots of building to do or indoor models

Monday, 23 November 2009

Thanks Dave

We had a great time.

Saturday, 21 November 2009

co pilot

pictures may not represent actual product
The instructor no longer needs a transmitter. During prototype testing, persons who have never flown a model are becoming competent to fly complete flights, including unassisted landing within just as few flights.

The task of flight instruction is reduced to the simple, quiet reminder to the pilot, "center the sticks" when he makes an error that might normally crash the model.

Landings are instructed by directing him to "line it up with the runway" then to "throttle back". Co-Pilot holds the wings and nose level and the model descends to land nearly automatically.

In a helicopter equipped with Co-Pilot and with a gyro for tail rotor, one can lift into hover with collective pitch, then set the transmitter down until the fuel runs out and the helicopter will remain where it is as long as no wind is present to cause translation. Even if there are strong winds present, Co-Pilot will keep a helicopter in level hover.

The Remote ON/OFF of the FSU is adjustable so that it can be set to make controls as stiff or as loose as you like. Thus, the helicopter can be made to respond just slightly to full stick until one is confident of control.

The sailplane pilot can seek a thermal, set rudder for a circling, flat turn, and Co-Pilot will hold the wings and the nose level to keep it in the thermal.

The unit is small and light enough for use in slow/park flyers.

Co-Pilot includes an interactive pre-flight setup process to check weather conditions and adjust the unit for optimum performance. The sensors may be located anywhere on the outside of the model where it can "see" the horizon in all directions, except in the exhaust stream where oil might deposit on the sensor windows.

Inputs aileron, elevator, and aux for Remote switched or fully proportional
Enable from the receiver;
Outputs pitch (elevator) and roll (aileron or rudder) via Normal servo cables;
System weight 1.00 ounces;
Sensor dimensions 1.35" (octagonal) by 0.53" thick;
Microprocessor 1.50" x 0.89" x 0.60";
Power consumption 5 ma.

1) The current CoPilot does not handle CCPM helicopters or aircraft configurations that include differential ailerons or flapperons. The CoPilot will only operate in aircraft that use one servo for pitch and one servo for roll controls.
2) If you operate a Futaba or JR PCM radio please refer to the faq section for additional information. As a general rule, the CoPilot (CPD4) is not compatible with digital servos. The computer module is not designed to handle the high resolution required by digital servos.

Friday, 20 November 2009

Whats all this then


trex 600 n sport hyper 50 all up ready to fly £ 400
compass knight 3d ready to fly £450
world midget mustang thundertiger 91f/s ready to fly £200
mobile number 07841390844

Friday, 13 November 2009

Thursday, 12 November 2009

Free Porn

22nd of Nov,

We are arranging an evening in the white house restaurant, time 8pm no need to bring knife and forks as they are provided anyone who wishes to come can you let me know asp.

The meal is £10.95 per person and 3 course, there is likely to be strippers and other talent attending, so its up to you whether you bring your wife.

The chicken chat is very nice but I think they spelt "chat" wrong.

Scrambled Eggs

I'm having a job controlling this beast !!!!!!

Monday, 9 November 2009

Information when using our flying sight.

Read sign fully. (just click on it)

(from my mate in Oz)

Saturday, 7 November 2009

Medway MFC cancellation !

Hello BPMFC . MedwayMFC have reluctantlyhad to cancel the firework /bonfire fly-in .The weather has well and truly ****ed us this year !
We wont be re-arranging for this year but will hopefully(weather permitting )have a BBQ fly-in next spring . Will keep you posted.

Phil F

Friday, 6 November 2009

Gatwick Aircraft Museum

The location of the museum is adjacent to the flight path of Gatwick Airport. The day I spent there with Paul Holyhead and his son Harry (Famous for crashing Alistaire's trainer at our 2008 open day) was most enjoyable with model planes on display plus full size military aircraft plus the museum. There are two Avro Shackletons one of which is accessible (See photo), and on occaisions they run up the Griffon engines on this plane but not the jet assist engines. Currently they are bringing an EE lightning up to engine run standards. The museum guides are real aircraft 'buffs' and at least one used to fly in the Shackleton and spent about an hour giving us details of his flying experiences.

There are open days listed on their website plus admission by appointment, tel/ fax 01293 862915 ; mobile 07836 666817 e-mail GPVGAT@AOL.COM Address, Vallance By-Ways,Lowfield Heath Road,charlwood,surrey,RH6 0BT

Competition Answer

Barry has been calling for over 4 years now and sometimes brings a couple of cubs along so perhaps should be called Barb unless someone can think of a different name?----Perhaps Broken Wing can video Barry sometime if the camera can be fixed to a slice of bread?

Thursday, 5 November 2009

Just testing.

This is my first go at adding a picture to this new site, so as I seem to have missed out on flying lately and have no new plane pictures,this is a competition to identify the attached white dots.


medway fireworks

medway has re-organised the fire work and fly in for the 14th

Sunday, 1 November 2009

meday fireworks

if weather stays fine for a few weeks they will try to arrange saturday the 21st

Medway bonfire flyin is councilled due to the weather.