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Posted by bsbauman | Jul 07, 2010 @ 09:30 AM | 6,394 Views
These are some great shots from the Jones Beach Airshow in NYC; I have not been able to find out who the photographer was, but the pictures came through Linda Maugeri from the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, NY.

Enjoy the photos!

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Posted by bsbauman | Jun 11, 2010 @ 10:09 PM | 5,862 Views
Left to right: PZ Vapor, PA Ultimate AMR, Millenium RC micro SSX Bipe, E-Flite Diamonte 25e, HL F-35 TV, PZ Su-26m, PZ Su-26xp
Posted by bsbauman | Jun 11, 2010 @ 07:05 PM | 6,650 Views
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Posted by bsbauman | May 26, 2010 @ 08:36 PM | 5,658 Views
This was the 200hp model; I have realized coat and tie is not the appropriate attire for this aircraft...
Posted by bsbauman | May 26, 2010 @ 08:06 PM | 5,011 Views
So I have been flying for a few years, I figured I would start to put up a few pics and comments.

I got into this hobby with a PZ brushed Super Decathalon, stepped into the T-28 and the rest was history. I have been through many planes over the last few years, but the ones that will always stand out are:

Parkzone T-28, my first 4-channel and it gave me my wings.

E-flite P-38, my first twin and one of the best flying planes I've had. I flew this way too early in my hobby and ended up putting it in the trees at about 60 mph...I enjoyed it so much I did a second one using two 450s instead of the two 480s I had on the first.

Electrifly Sopwith Camel, beautiful plane when flown at the right speed, handles well and lands easy.

Currently, I am flying a Precision Aerobatics Ultimate AMR and just completed an E-flite Diamonte 25e. The PA was maidened 5/25/2010 and things went better than I ever expected, this is a truely spectacular plane that can huck and fly pattern without any set up changes (I did not even have to move the CG!).

I hope to maiden the Diamonte in the next week and I also have a few other projects in the works including a Hobby Lobby F-35 with the 360 thrust vectoring, it should be exciting...