Went flying...

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rgroener
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Re: Went flying...

Postby rgroener » Thu Jul 20, 2017 7:10 am

Andrea, very nice pictures. The Spitfire looks very sharp! It seems to be a stable flyer. The weather with these small clouds is just right for taking photos:-)
The Trim-Oldtimer looks also good. Those older designs have something. It's interesting, that from the design, you could guess the time the plane was designed. It might have been a good decision to add a thermal break to this bird.


Pete, yes, I wand to go to Nijmegen this year. I should be signed in:-)
It would be nice to see you all again in Nijmegen.

Best regards Roman

malc
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Re: Went flying...

Postby malc » Thu Jul 20, 2017 7:08 pm

rgroener wrote:Due to too much work, I was not flying much during the last months :cry:
But at the moment I have holidays and found some time for flying. I took 5 planes with me to the field, but three of them were only test flights since I hade to make some adjustments. at the end I only managed to take some pictures of my Nakajima.

Best regards and happy flying Roman


Roman, I love your Ki84, is it the Dave Diels plan?

rgroener
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Re: Went flying...

Postby rgroener » Mon Jul 24, 2017 10:35 am

Malc, yes it was a short kit from Dave Diels. I am very pleased with it.

Maxout
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Re: Went flying...

Postby Maxout » Tue Oct 23, 2018 4:56 pm

Thought I'd wander back in here yet again...

And leave y'all folks with a video of my wife impressing the R/C crowd with her awesome Maxout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZ0RFew_kbM


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