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Old 10-28-2007, 01:01 PM
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hi all just finished a shrike. i It has a tt15 on it with a 8/3 prop. Anybody know how these fly? and what can i expect when i hand lanuch. I allready read hte form on shrike. It didnt have much on what iam asking thanks michael
Old 10-28-2007, 08:31 PM
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Scroll down the page and look at Shike Club #1, should be helpful and would suggest you re-post your question there. Good posts and great guys plus lots of info. Hope this helps. JL636 (Joe)


Sorry didn,t see that you read the shrike post, still would suggest you repost, somebody probably has the answers your looking for. I'd like to help but mine is a 40 size.






Old 10-28-2007, 09:14 PM
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thanks i will repost michael
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Mine had the Magnum 15. Launches are a none event. I heave it into the wind with the right wing dipped slightly and level front to rear. It will loose about 2-3 feet altitude depending on wind. By the time I get my right fingers on the stick, I can give up elevator without fear of stalling. Keep it in close, it gets small in a hurry. But it is easy to fly.
I now have a 25 in it. Only two flights so far. Decidedly faster, but flys heavier also. I need to get the cg back more, I think that will help.
Have fun with it! MikeB
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thanks mikeb iam going to fly it this afternoon. I WILL LET YOU KNOW THANKS MICHAEL
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mikeb go to the shrike club on the last page thanks michael

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