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Fliton - Jumping Jack

Old 01-29-2006, 11:14 AM
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Dear all,

Fliton vendor is featuring 2 electric small models for:

1) Quiet Storm
2) Jumping Jack

Can anyone light up how the models fly’s, differences etc...

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Old 01-30-2006, 03:45 AM
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Hi Amram,

I had #2 and was quite happy with it, but it isn't a "slowflyer" as in "slow", it needs a lot of ground speed (relative to its size) to be flown precisely. And no wind whatsoever, at a TOW of 600g. I finished by selling mine and investing in some batteries for my 2m ship.
A friend of mine has the Quiet Storm, no noticeable differences except for design, wing surface and control throws. Both models fly about the same.

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-Fabrizio
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I have the JJ too... I think the two fly just about the same....

I use mine for practicing IMAC....

landing gear is Very fragile.. so careful landing on grass.. and yes...it needs to be moving along...

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