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« Reply #75 on: August 14, 2021, 09:06:43 PM »

John,

Yes, you are correct. I am very out of practice flying and thinking about flying. Thanks for spotting it. I am surprised that this is the case with a thicker motor.

I didn't mention that I launched the model and it turned the opposite direction to what I was expecting. It also brushed against my mates new F1D model. Luckily doing no damage, especially as he gave me a lift to the event.

I had a great time flying after a long break even though I broke 3 out of 5 models flown. At least I didn't loose any in the ceiling. The place has 18" wide electrical conduits which may still have a model or two of mine from a couple of years ago.

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« Reply #76 on: August 15, 2021, 09:19:26 PM »

Well good luck with it Tim. Operating on the limits of structural strength, and flying speeds must be a great trimming challenge - the more rewarding when finally it falls into place and you understand why.

I flew EziBee many years ago - but not in an overly serious way and enjoyed the occasional long flights. I'm guilty of enjoying all the classes of flight from RC, CL to FF - outdoor to indoor.

John
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