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- Posts: 13
- Joined: 19 Mar 2015, 02:34
- Location: New Zealand
looks God Jilles will be very interested in how the crow glider goes
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- Joined: 10 Mar 2015, 10:50
- Location: Blandford Dorset
Good Idea to do the nose so that the motor can be covered and disguised for slope flying.
It's the other way round, Cliff... In my experience, sustainers are pretty much pointless on the flat thanks to our friends, the tugstainers. They are at their most useful on the slope, so that you can fly on light wind days when otherwise you might have stayed at home...
- Posts: 538
- Joined: 07 Mar 2015, 22:22
- Location: North West
chris williams wrote: ↑
15 Jan 2020, 10:06
'.......... They are at their most useful on the slope, so that you can fly on light wind days when otherwise you might have stayed at home... ;')
Ah yes, I too have been seduced to turn to the Dark Side.
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- Joined: 18 Mar 2015, 20:12
- Location: Northamptonshire
I love the raab crow. Hope the maiden go well.