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  1. Thanks for the info. Jeremy. I also discovered that there is an adapter cable for the Yuneec batteries that allows a person to use a standard lipo charger. Good to know those options are out there.
  2. Is it possible to use a balancing charger, e.g., HiTec X4 to charge batteries for either Yuneec or DJI quads?
  3. However, their paint is not what I would call "fuel proof". We need to think about where we are putting it. I have not asked them about this problem. Maybe they have a solution?
  4. My OS 65 has started doing the same thing Jeremy and Bert. Will try the low end mixture adjustment. Thanks guys!
  5. Dust and Sons in Urbana: 1702 N. Cunningham Ave. They are an automotive supply place. I have had them match paint for me and put in a spray can. They did a good job.
  6. John Pasquale told me sometime ago that Best Buy had these in the store. I had forgotten about it, though. Thanks for the tip. I will head out there and give them the eyeball test.
  7. Good to hear that you can actually talk to someone at Yuneec. I have hovered over the "buy" button for a Yuneec quad but have not pulled the trigger. I appreciate hearing about your experiences.
  8. Thanks Scott. I have read quite a bit online about DJI's less than stellar customer support. Horizon sells the Yuneec products and I have continually been impressed by their customer support. Have you found the Realsense feature useful?
  9. Has anyone had experience with the Yuneec line of quads/drones. I seem to remember Scott Coyle posting a panoramic video taken from a Yuneec drone.
  10. Mark Overmier posted some pics from the mall last Saturday. Maybe he would be interested?
  11. Maybe we will see the Cessna 182 at the field this Summer? Tell Will I am looking forward to it.
  12. Thanks Jeremy.
  13. Thanks Jeremy. No rush here!
  14. Hey Jeremy, I think it would be a good idea to add a little info. about each of the membership categories on the Pay Dues page, such as: Senior Membership is defined as age 18 and over. Junior Member is defined as under age 18 – non-voting member. Any applicant under the age of eighteen must have written consent of a parent or guardian to join the club. Student Member is defined as over age 18 attending school full time – non-voting member. Family member is defined as Senior member, spouse, and children under 18 living at the residence of the senior member.) We also have a Regional Membership available for $37.50 per year: Regional Member – (Non-Voting Membership - for members of neighboring clubs offering Regional Memberships. Proof of current membership in a neighboring club offering Regional Memberships and AMA membership is required.) Thanks, Bob