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Old 05-20-2014, 06:58 PM
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You should of continued with your condor and similar projects at leat I respected you back then for being unique even if I didnt think it was realistic
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At the time it was the most realistic RC Microlight given the technology at hand and " for its intended application"
but it was not the only model I had going on. You know that.

Oh!, so you were following all my stuff.

you still want to spread libel statements about me?

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Mario threaten to sue all you want you havemt got a leg to stand on

disguising the microlight now it flues properly does not mean you didnt copy mine
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You know the funniest thing mario?
If you wouldnd of copied every little part of my design on your next microlight after my maiden went on youtube id never
have been sure enough to accuse you,
Id have had a feeling because of the sudden change from what you were working on for all them years but probably woukdnt of said anything.
you are that ignorant you copied almost every part down to the last details like the bend in the monopole
and am now disguising it and putting your own twist on it to hide this fact.

You used special effects on those few videos, so much that you couldnt really see much but could definately make out that it was remarkably similar to mine in almost every way!
You dont use these effects now that youve put your twist on it? Why is that??
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You know the funniest thing mario?
If you wouldnd of copied every little part of my design on your next microlight after my maiden went on youtube id never
have been sure enough to accuse you,
Id have had a feeling because of the sudden change from what you were working on for all them years but probably woukdnt of said anything.
you are that ignorant you copied almost every part down to the last details like the bend in the monopole
and am now disguising it and putting your own twist on it to hide this fact.

You used special effects on those few videos, so much that you couldnt really see much but could definately make out that it was remarkably similar to mine in almost every way!
You dont use these effects now that youve put your twist on it? Why is that??
1) You have said I copied your trike to the point of nauseam and you can't provide a detail single photo side by side of what it is that you claim I copied you.

2) Your Trike that you claim I copied you was making test flights barely in 2011 in the white and blue theme as the MIA Roto Trike was themed, that you were trying to make look, but bigger.

3) My MIA Roto-Trike, the one in the attached photo, again, in case you missed it. I am giving you illustrative proof!

A) Flew perfect in the video I posted in 2009, also posted here.
B) Yours was barely flying 2 years later

You have the audacity to call my post 2009 trikes, which are based on the same design principles as my MIA Roto -Trike further with real detail elements that are not yours nor mine but
from real trike details, a copy of yours that you finally made it work later in 2011?

You made your rc trike work later in 2011 because you had a lot of reference already as in the attached photo, you don't want to admit this for some reason, even though the proof is clear.
I've giving you photos and dates and facts, you are simply throwing a lot of words.

Now you have been making your trike look more realistic, kudos to you, but the fact still remains that your rc trike did not fly until you changed it to have the same elements
as my Roto-Trike did back in 2009 and like I have shown it to you on many occasions and you well know it, has not been the only trike I did with the same elements. What more do you want?

You want me to give you credit for something that you borrowed from me, in the first place, to make yours work and ever since you built up a little momentum on your videos, now you think you can
go claiming rights not only for the design but also for elements that are also on real trikes.

Should everyone else stop putting cameras on their models, and not include figures poseable or robotic.
The only innovative twist on my RC microlights is the MIA Robo-Pilot that I perfected from the original 80's, all on the internet.

I think you should be thank full that you have had a guy like me post as much as I have posted and got you thinking in the right direction.

Try to comprehend what is posted and not just skim over the words. BTW you should check your grammar, before calling someone ignorant. "woukdnt" it is "would not have".
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Lmao! Mario hitting me where it hurts.. my grammar skills! Lol

by that picture youve just so kindly posted for me so that you cant threaten me with legal action and copyright
has just proved that when you used a realistic wing shape you also used a massive rudder on the back to get it to turn!
Is this true scale weightshift?!
Mine was, and with a larger heavier model that you had said was not possible when I was building mine!

So thanks for that proof I needed mario ill be back later to prove the exact point when you changed your whole design A WEEK after I finished mine and had a successful test flight!

Look forward to hearing more lies from you soon

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Oh and mario that top right hand side microlight that you pictured of mine DID have a kingpost and cables and
flew beautifully take another pic and you will see them!!
There were four years between that one and the one you pictured before!

So your one with the rudder and 't' tail was the closest youd got to realistic wing design so keep making your false statements to make yourself feel better,
you're just incriminating yourself further...
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RC Microlight - MIA EZ Trike 1.25 A - High Performance
[HR][/HR]The MIA EZ Trike 1.25 (Microlight) is the 2nd of 5 sizes under the MIA EZ Line as I mentioned in this EZ Gyro 1.0 Video.


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Both my Gyros and Trike models are High Performance and beyond the typical DIY, Plan or commercial kit. They fly extremely well because the models incorporate parts also beyond the typical. You cannot get top performance from a model without investing the time to analyze the model with many parts that sometime start as experimental parts, but many are also designed on purpose to elevate the efficiency of the model. I am not talking motors or propellers, that is a given once you know some basics about power to weight ratios easy to select a power unit. I am talking wing , blade design.

For example, the blades on the MIA EZ 1.0 Autogyro have a unique MIA Airfoil designed and built into the tool that goes into an automatic machine which I also designed to spit out blades quick, consistent and professional. The process of making the MIA EZ Gyro blades follows very similar quality control process as high quality drums stick are made. Shape, weight, density, and balancing have to be carefully checked and done, it is tedious work but in order to produce an efficient set of blades you cannot avoid this process.

The wings of my latest High Performance RC trikes also incorporate MIA unique features and parts designed to take the most out of the particular wing, sail material etc. These HP topless strut braces flex wings, are more difficult to make than one that has a king post and cables.

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Default Variable Geometry- Taking the RC Wing to a higher level

The Title statement on my latest video is to the best of my knowledge True.
This is the world's first RC Trike Microlight to employ a lot more than just a sail and supports to make it fly. Enter (VG) variable geometry.

I have spent countless hours studying real high performance trikes and coming up with many of my own mechanisms, parts, and testing them in RC models. Sometimes they don't work at all, but sometimes they do, especially when careful thought and analysis is placed on the subject.

I cannot tell you the countless sleepless nights and the amount of time just in testing I have spent perfecting this RC Microlight Art.

I'm only happy with my designs when they meet a certain high level of criteria and it is this drive that has placed my models ahead of many that are just beginning to skim the surface.

It has taken more than 20 years since I first built my first one to see these models really exploit the technology we have. Still, I feel these are slowly making their way into the RC realm, but sure enough they will be popular at some time in the future, just a gutt feeling.

Meantime I will keep promoting them for as along as I live since they have become a part of me as were the RC micro-helis back in early 2000's.

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It's been a while since I took a flight photo, mainly because I am always videotaping. There is something especial about photos... they can speak things that we sometimes cannot describe.
Enjoy!
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Default MIA EZ 1.25 Trike RC Microlight June 24, 2014

New Video. I added the white wheel covers. I had made the covers for a previous RC Ultralight heli project but they did not have the fins so I added them, last minute, for the EZ Trike. Still open cockpit because the on-board pilot is a full figure and I like it to show the legs and boots in some camera angles. The legs are attached to the steering and so they also moved with rudder control movement.

The area where this video was made is in the water retention basins 115 116 in Gilbert, AZ, it is not as close to red mountain park where I typically fly, but worth the trip to this field. A lot of open land and I can comfortably fly around with the added benefit the model can take-off and land on soft grass.

Day was breezy and I had adjusted the sail tip tension to provide a bit more drag so that the model would be more manageable in the wind.

I wasn't sure which photo to select for the cover of the video, so I took several, I am including here, because every one of them instills a certain viewing mood.

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Default RC Microlight - MIA EZ Trike 1.25 A - Scale - High Performance - Weight Shift

Beach Fun Flights near LAX Airport - California - June 29, 2014

OK Finally had time to assemble this video. I had a lot of great beach flight footage but I wanted to keep the video short and sweet. So here it is.
My two daughters, now young women, the same who appear on the early photo of my 80's RC Microlight, at the time little girls, are on this video.
Unfortunately the Mobius camera does not have zoom, at least not yet, so I had to use the built in zoom feature of my video editing program
near the end of the video to get the model closer to my daughters who were near the water.

I had an awesome time flying this model and I don't think I am going to top this for a while.

The performance, as you can see it in the video, is phenomenal, considering there was a strong breeze.

I also flew the MIA EZ 1.0 Autogyro to fully top a fun filled day.

Enjoy!.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhRklzDIpdQ
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Date: July 23, 2015
Location: Falcon Hill - Mesa, Arizona

Done at sunset to capture the beauty of Arizona Skies and the Superb! Flight Performance and Relaxing Flight of the MIA EZ™ 1.25 1:6 scale Trike RC Microlight. Flight Times are typically longer with this model but it was edited a bit shorter. There is a also a "gentle loop!" done with the model somewhere near the middle of the video.
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Default Regal Parking Lot Flight

I have not posted here in a while so I thought I add some new interesting videos and photos.

A video of the MIA EZ™1.25 Trike RC Microlight, done in a parking lot. The succes I've had with this model is due to its lightweight "Electric Powered" design and my own control system I employed on this and the kits I've been selling for many years now via http://www.micro-flight.com.

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Default A scale model of an Air Creation Trike next to the MIA EZ™ 1.25 RC Microlight

Part of MIA Micro-FLIGHT RC Microlight's RC Microlight History and Evolution.

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RC Microlight Ultralight MIA EZ™1.25 Trike Behind the Scenes. Discussion on Why and How the RC Microlight was created and some photos not shown before. Video and Audio has been sped up to 125% to make it short and to the point.
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Behind the Scenes of RC Microlights
A look at the MIA EZ™ 1.25 RC Trike
How the RC Microlight got started
RC Microlight Cockpits
RC Microlight Flight Instrument Panel
Things you may not know about the RC Microlight
RC Microlight and Accessories
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Pioneering RC Microlights
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Control Types of RC Microlights
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