Indoor aerobatics...

Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by TangoWhiskey, Apr 21, 2006.

  1. TangoWhiskey

    TangoWhiskey Touchdown! Greaser!

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    gismo Touchdown! Greaser!

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    Skip Miller Final Approach

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    I am quite sure I would go bankrupt trying to fund the repairs before I could get that good. Wow... some people have lots of time on their hands!

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    fgcason En-Route

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    Considering the low speed, low mass, high lift setup, if you're proficient at RC it probably doesn't take too many repairs and they're probably not overly extensive. Probably more busted props than anything.

    Personally, I could do it right on the first try. It's dirt simple. Walk over, pick plane up, jump up in the air then ever so delicately body slam it onto the floor and walk off. Same end results, less overall stress.
     
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    jshawley Pre-takeoff checklist

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    Don't let Diana see this!!:D