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PBF (video)

Old 11-07-2005, 12:38 AM
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I shot some video of a friend test flying his new pizza box flier. Too bad none of brought ours. They are all in for repairs from the previous weekend of full contact combat.[link]http://media.putfile.com/spad-pbf/320[/link]
Old 11-07-2005, 09:58 PM
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Y'all are having WAY too much fun in Lufkin! I'm going to have to dust off the ol' PBF and practice!

Great video!

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DL

BTW, what size engines are y'all using, and what props?
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DL, mine is a TT.40 with a 9X4 prop. We all use different set-ups. Mainly, we use whatever we have lying around the shop.

BTW, Kevin (the 3D flier) came to visit last sunday. He said he wants to build a PBF now that he see's what we do with them.

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