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  1. Try this https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1xjSjjXZVuRRo-4xDX-C_EUSxW2aDS_dd feel free to pass it around
  2. Wow. That is awesome. Thank you very much for making and sharing this one. I can only imagine how much time went into that one.
  3. Bizzo, This should get you out of trouble. Common problem. Shouldn't happen from new though. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/ROHO-INFLATION-VALVE-V1-/181079192428?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2a2929336c
  4. 2nd the shampoo. Any sort of clear (as in not milky) liquid soap will work wonders. Put a little on a rag or your fingers and just smear it all over the inside of the window until it looks clear. Don't wipe it off, your just trying to get a thin layer. Moisture will still form on the window, you'll just be able to see through it. Once it starts to get streaky just wipe it off and re-apply. Also works wonders on bathroom mirrors - with a bit of clever marketing they could rename it 'anti fog liquid miracle gel' and charge 20 times as much.
  5. http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/ Stumbled across this one day and it is fantastic. Its free, well worth a donation though. Try it and see if you cant stop smiling. Those that have entered lists of waypoints individually will know what I'm talking about. The only downside is that you need an internet connection.
  6. Under freedom of information I have the right to know the answers to the questions you are about to ask me. Choice bro.
  7. So what weight is allowed to stand on the skids? I have never seen a limit in a flight manual or anywhere that states you can or cant have people stand on them in the hover, but everyone does it (including me, and ive had a 500 skid let go at the front and some how sort of line itself back up upon landing, as i was unaware at the time) - more to ponder
  8. Hi all, I have the Gallet LH250 and am very happy with it appart from a few things Its not that light, mines 1.5 kg which is fine just cruising along but with the head out the door you start to feel it. It isnt a noisey helmet it just doesnt have a volume control and the sound comes through the earphones quite loud compared to headsets, not that much of a problem as I wear earplugs anyway, just a bit annoying if youve forgoten them. From what I understand you can get an inline volume adjustment. With the factory supplied pads I found it wasnt that comfortable (probably just my head shape) but it came with a zeta liner which I can highly recommend. They make them for all different types of helmets not just gallet and are well worth the money, they say they help in a accident too. It is my first helmet so cant compare to others but I would buy one again, maybe just a LH050 though. Hope this helps
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