Hmodel ASH 25 Mi

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VinceC
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Re: Hmodel ASH 25 Mi

Postby VinceC » 10 Jun 2017, 13:40

As an extra thought, when I launch my gliders I used MPX 4000 tray Tx securely fastened to my body so I knew exactly where the controls were and it left me 2 hands free. Since I moved to Taranis, I have now got a very useful tray attachment which does the same thing
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Re: Hmodel ASH 25 Mi

Postby eric friend » 11 Jun 2017, 23:34

Yes Vince, I have a similar arrangement with a tray and waist strap to securely hold my transmitter in place when I am launching my own models. However the waist strap has to be quite long these days! :lol:

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Re: Hmodel ASH 25 Mi

Postby eric friend » 18 Jun 2017, 09:24

Barry_Cole wrote:PS - I found the problem with the outer aileron - embarrassingly simple to resolve! :oops: :oops:
1/ Plug it in.??
2/ Plug it in the correct way round...??
3/ ?????
:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
BC

Very nearly correct Barry
My tiny tip aileron is y-leaded to the main aileron lead back at the receiver and I had inadvertently parallelled it with the speed flap on the same side, so to be on the safe side I took the tip extensions off rather than fiddle about with the wiring on the slope.
It looks much better with the extended tips fitted. David Ashby, RCM&E editor, took a few great photos of my 25 in flight with the tips on and so I'll post them here later today.


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