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Old 06-07-2008, 03:24 PM
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People in the north east go to fly!

what a wonderful day for flying RC.

no winds at the north east shore, that alone is a reason for party, usually its at least 10 mph in some direction.

so many jets and war birds at our field, there was some B-17 and at least 4 jets flying.

flew my magnificent mid star and returned it in one piece, no plastic bags required...

had to go back after i got hungry and burned half a gallon of fuel, all i had.

tomorrow gonna be the same wonderful weather they say and i need to get some more fuel.

i love these kind of problems...



i need some how to reduce movement on my buddy box.



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Hah, here in Vermont the 15mph+ crosswinds took down a 110 Rascal. He was practicing touch-and-go's, was almost completely stopped (ground speed) at base, and only turned maybe 10 degrees to final (plane was landing almost sideways! It was incredible to see the many landings he was able to make.) Almost no one showed up for the fun fly, probably because of wind.
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Gee, I live in Southern Wisconsin (Very close to IL border) and just got out of the path of raging tornadoes ; w/ winds of 65 +. Thankfully, so far, no one has gotten hurt, but, unfortuately theirs widespread structural damage. I'm thankful that the work shop is downstairs ; we were trapped in the basement for about 2 1/2 - 3 hours. At least me and my dad got a lot done


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[X(] Taking flight, I'm glad you guys are OK!!!
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i need some how to reduce movement on my buddy box.

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G'day Alex,
To reduce movement on your buddy box, you must reduce the throws on the master TX, using duel rates if possible.
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[] It's very windy here in Pulaski, NY. It's been gusting up to 9 - 15mph. I got to fly a little yesterday, and my club is having a fun fly today. So windy or not, I will do my best to fly.

My Evo 46 engines hate this hot weather... It's been 90* and very humid. Upstate NY really didn't get a spring season this year. It went from cold to hot rather quickly.

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My Saturday......

Beautiful.
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