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    Electric 3d model planes

    It's official now... after seeing this video I need one of these

    Electric 3d model video.

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    cool

    how often do you go out with your glider???? i wouldn't tagging along one day for a look, seen some kids with a couple of the cliffs at sandgate a few months ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeds
    cool

    how often do you go out with your glider???? i wouldn't tagging along one day for a look, seen some kids with a couple of the cliffs at sandgate a few months ago
    Usually every week, but just the last month I've been teaching some friends to fly powered so we've been flying out at the airfield instead. Winter is for flying power, and summer for slope soarers I will let you know when we go out to the cliff next.

    You're also welcome to come out to the powered field too if you are interested. They have a airshow on there in a couple of weeks.

    I just finished strapping a 10 CC glow jobby into an old plane that I bought at auction for $40. Might go for a jolly this arvo.

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    Ooooh.... oooohhh.... I've had the purchase approved I guess all that washing and housekeeping has paid off

    Look for a demo on the next club run at lunch time

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    let us know when the air show is on, might pop out with the oldest boy

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    I must admit when I saw the title of the thread it left me wondering if there were any 2 dimensional model aeroplanes !

    Interesting clip. Cheaper to replace if (when) they crash too, I would think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VladTepes
    I must admit when I saw the title of the thread it left me wondering if there were any 2 dimensional model aeroplanes !

    Interesting clip. Cheaper to replace if (when) they crash too, I would think.
    I have all the bits now.. should have it together in the next couple of weeks.

    Yes, 3d reffers to the style of flying

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    Fathers day came early

    First photo is me with the plane.

    Second is a mates "sister ship" in action
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    looks good mate

    do you get dizzy following the plane around and around

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeds
    looks good mate

    do you get dizzy following the plane around and around
    It's not control-line... it's full 4 channel remote control. It's wild fun.

    I was flying it around in front of Bill's last night until I hit the powerlines and decided to wait until morning

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