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Old 08-22-2018, 09:00 AM
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New plane of CPLR
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Old 08-23-2018, 03:48 AM
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Hello

Others pics shot in French Championship which takes place right now .
CPLR did first flight P with the Supra Skybolt YS 200CDI
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AWOSOME........

Got to love the power of that Four stroke

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What is it ?
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What is it ?
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Umm, my Supra Skybolt Claude
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Supra Skybolt in french championship
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Supra Skybolt in french championship
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Yes Claude. Christophe with the prototype.

How does it fly? Looks good in the flying shots.

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Hello Scott

Christophe used Supra Skybolt on all aerobatic programs P, F and unknowns.
Christophe is on facebook , best way is to ask him.
https://www.facebook.com/christophe....7AfQ9Q3EkHZ7dw
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Originally Posted by papaone View Post
Hello Scott

Christophe used Supra Skybolt on all aerobatic programs P, F and unknowns.
Christophe is on facebook , best way is to ask him.
https://www.facebook.com/christophe....7AfQ9Q3EkHZ7dw
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Hi Claude,

Just after someone elses impresssion.
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Hello

Friends of mine who saw flights told me plane is awesome and flies very well.
but CPLR told plane is not perfect , a little difficult on unknows.
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Originally Posted by papaone View Post
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Friends of mine who saw flights told me plane is awesome and flies very well.
but CPLR told plane is not perfect , a little difficult on unknows.
claude
Thanks Claude.

I'll find out myself soon
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Hello

CPLR won international FAI contest in Switzerland with Supra Skybolt Yamada 200 CDI
So I think this plane is very acuracy !
Christophe wrote on his website
"Alpine Cup 2018.
That's it, it was my last inter contest of the season. Superb Swiss organization.
It was an opportunity to test the Skybolt
The competition was tough , in a very good atmosphere and on a magnificent course"
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Originally Posted by papaone View Post
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CPLR won international FAI contest in Switzerland with Supra Skybolt Yamada 200 CDI
So I think this plane is very acuracy !
Christophe wrote on his website
"Alpine Cup 2018.
That's it, it was my last inter contest of the season. Superb Swiss organization.
It was an opportunity to test the Skybolt
The competition was tough , in a very good atmosphere and on a magnificent course"
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I'm really looking forward to flying mine.
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Nice to see that Wolfgang Matt is still active and successful.
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Originally Posted by flywilly View Post
Nice to see that Wolfgang Matt is still active and successful.
Wolfgang Matt is my hero! It's been remarkable for him to continue flying at such a high level for so many years.
"Old Guys Rule!"
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Good luck during the hurricane, Burtona! I lived in Wilmington from '89 to '93 and now own a beach house on Topsail Island (gulp :-0 ).

Where was Gernot Bruckmann?
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My Supra Skybolt, ready to fly. 5014 grams.
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Hi scott
Good luck with the new plane, it looks amazing
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Hi scott
Good luck with the new plane, it looks amazing
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Thanks Kobi.
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Hey Scott,

Did you manage to fix the wobbly tailplane........my Galactic and Ascent are the same .
I use thick CA to build the thickness up and it works Ok

ps Cant wait to see the Skybolt in action

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Originally Posted by MAVROS View Post
Hey Scott,

Did you manage to fix the wobbly tailplane........my Galactic and Ascent are the same .
I use thick CA to build the thickness up and it works Ok

ps Cant wait to see the Skybolt in action

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Hi Con,

Yep. I posted on Talking F3A FB what I did.

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Oh no... a scale type fin and rudder... and a wing set further back resulting in a long unsightly nose!
Is the great migration towards the front is over? Is it a 180degree about turn and onwards South towards the tail?
If this gets a hold... it'll be mid-mounted wings- 1985 Joker style- by Christmas!
We must fight back... Or maybe that should be forward.
It's all so ugly, I'm completely confused.
D#mn the French.
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Originally Posted by David Bathe View Post
Oh no... a scale type fin and rudder... and a wing set further back resulting in a long unsightly nose!
Is the great migration towards the front is over? Is it a 180degree about turn and onwards South towards the tail?
If this gets a hold... it'll be mid-mounted wings- 1985 Joker style- by Christmas!
We must fight back... Or maybe that should be forward.
It's all so ugly, I'm completely confused.
D#mn the French.
You are so wrong my friend .......its a great looking machine....

I hope the sweptback wings make a comeback just like the Blue Angel.....so Cooooool

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Get a grip man... the next thing, you'll be saying its cool to own and operate a YS... Luddite fashion.
Retro? Let's go forward instead.
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Originally Posted by David Bathe View Post
Get a grip man... the next thing, you'll be saying its cool to own and operate a YS... Luddite fashion.
Retro? Let's go forward instead.
In case you haven't been paying attention, electric have not won a WC.

A good theory to practise is - If you haven't got anything constructive to say, maybe don't say anything. Just sayin'.
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