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View Poll Results: Where and when should the LSTR meet?
Do the LSTR on the last Sunday and the aLmoSTR on the second Sunday 13 81.25%
Do one month London, next month Away 3 18.75%
Do them on the same day, and let people chose which to go to 0 0%
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Old 02-06-2010, 03:51 AM
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The videio is up loading now but the quality is not great, i need some new video editing softwhere.Also did not have a tripod so the camra shake is pretty bad.
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The videio is up loading now but the quality is not great, i need some new video editing softwhere.Also did not have a tripod so the camra shake is pretty bad.
********************************************** COREl VIDEO STUDIO-12 (al my vid make with this) , and also i have ADOBE AFTER EFfECTS , but that very sirious program and nead to lern how it use
corel video studio ist easy to use and have also many effects and other options and can save vid in many diferent format, like DVD, HD, FLV, WMV MP4 and many other

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Old 02-06-2010, 04:49 AM
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Vids done

http://s622.photobucket.com/albums/t...strjan2010.flv
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Old 02-06-2010, 05:14 AM
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niceee!!!! great vid
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Sweet vid, Sam!
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Old 02-06-2010, 06:19 AM
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Thanks guys. I have a freind sorting out some new editng programs for me, but if he cant sort it i will take you up on the offer stdemonica. Adobe programes are all ways complicated but when you get your head round them they are a great tool.
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thats a great idea i will see if i can dig out one ofmy old 25ltr drums that should get most of the trucks clean.
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Typically went to Epping for a play this morning and forgot to put the thing in the boot so did my normal trick of turning the bathroom into a war zone, damn good job I live alone 8)
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Hi, I waiting for this product
http://www.physorg.com/news184310039.html
I think is super protection all electroniks and other parts from water, dust, dirt and rust and price not to bad ~ 5
that spray will be great to use on truck
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Hmmmmmm, not too sure about it, it has silica in it. silika is not good for electronics, but I could be wrong. I would try it on something cheap before spraying it on my expensive electronics. Just a thought...............
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Would be fine for circuit boards, but you'd not want to use it on motors/switches or anything else with contacts as silica/silicates are VERY good electrical insulators.
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Hi,

Newbie question - posted here 'cos I'm in the UK...

I'm building a defender with the HPI lexan body, but I want to add various bits of styrene chequerplate which I got from Leo (thanks Leo - parcel arrived OK).

So my question is; what is the best glue to join styrene to lexan (polycarbonate)?

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Hi c00kie, glad your bits got there ok.
I have used both CA (superglue), and plastic weld, to glue to clear lexan. Both work OK, but the big thing to watch out for is any over-run will turn the lexan cloudy. So it is best to be as accurate as possible.
2 part epoxy would probably be fine as well.
Hot glue and shoe goo (get it on amazon) work Ok too, but probably best for internal structures.
It is probably best to 'spot' glue large panels. If you coat the whole surface it can warp when it dries.
Don't bother with hobby glues like UHU, they just don't work very well.

Might be an idea to test on some scrap lexan first.
Are you painting the inside or the outside of the lexan??

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Might be an idea if we can do some car sharing as there isn't much parking there.
Excellent idea, my postcode is SN25, let me know what time to expect you...
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Hi Leo,

Thanks - I'll have a go with super glue and see how I go.

I'm painting the shell from the inside - bit tricky when you've got great clumsy mits like mine ;-) The chequerplate will be required to hide all the mess I think!

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