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Old 06-18-2006, 12:30 PM
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What exactly is #D flying??
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Old 08-17-2006, 11:23 AM
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if by #d you mean 3d it is a style of flying in which a plane is over powered so that it can perform crazy aerobatics. most are built extremely lightly and are powered by brushless motors and lipo baterie packs. their are several different types of 3d airplanes, their are flatouts, foamies, and stiffies. flatouts are basically just a 3d airplanes thats fuselage is flat for example http://www.rc-airplane-world.com/ele...y-flatout.html foamies are made completely out of foam no balso or plastic and i dont know what stiffies are. in the air 3d planes are CRAZY they can hover, fly upside down, fly side ways. and straight up most have unli9mited vertical or very close to it. http://video1.hobbico.com/gallery/gpma1111-deluxe.mpg go to the member video posts here on rc universe for other videos otherwise just go to the video gallery.

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