Club News

The committee has been working hard over the last year to reduce the cost of running the Club and producing the magazine.  As a result, the Club finds itself in a financially healthy situation and it is in a position to pass the benefit on to new and renewing members.  Therefore, from the date of the AGM (4th October), we are pleased to announce that the cost of full membership has been reduced from £30 to £25.

Remember, you can join the Club via our online shop which can be accessed here or via an application form, details of which can be found here.

So, if you were debating whether to join the Club, now is the perfect time to take the plunge and enjoy the benefits of being a full Club member.

The Club now has its own Facebook page.  Go here and Like it to keep up to date on all the latest Club news.

Do you have an X1/9 project you'd like to share with the world?  Or maybe you've got some technical tips you'd like to share.  Or perhaps you've got some stunning photos of your pride and joy that you want to show off.

Well now you can, with a new feature we've just added to the website which lets you create your own personal home page.  The feature is available to paid up members only, although your page is there for everyone to see.

January 2013 Committee Meeting Minutes

Hello everyone. The first quarter committee meeting minutes for 2013 are uploaded and available here..


Faults and Fixes ForumOne of the benefits of being a Club Members is the availability of technical information.  As a member, you get access to our Faults and Fixes Forum which contains hundreds of posts going back a number of years.  If you have a technical problem or question, there is a good chance you will find the answer here.  Remember, this forum is only available to members.

Also, we have a large number of technical articles in the members area of the site.  These can be found under the "X1/9 info" menu (you must be logged on and a current member to see this).

New Wiring Diagrams Available - Steve Sharpe has been busy producing some new wiring diagrams.  Not all models are currently covered, but diagrams are available for 1979, 1980-1982 and 1985 onwards.  A big thanks to Steve for these - please add some comments to the article to show your appreciation.  These are available in the Technical Information section under the X1/9 info menu or click here (this link will only work for logged on Club members).