Cool time at the WRAMS show last weekend. Flew with Cody and had a blast. The vid is a little from each plane we brought except for the CTB. Sorry CTB fans. Tried to get this video edited all week but note done until today. Good to get away for a weekend trip and the weather was the best two days all winter so far. Supposed to get 8-12 inches of snow tonight actually and then more bitter cold .
Here is the maiden day for the new Twisted Hobbys Inferno. Brand new build. An EPP masterpiece for lightweight indoor 3D fun. This is capable of precise movement and also speedy and violent 3D. This is where you want to be if you have an indoor spot to fly. If you get one, let me know how you like it.
Here's the first attempt at using this new video editing software. Lot to learn but this is basically flying the Crack Mini Pitts and the Crack Turbo Beaver this afternoon at indoor. These TH planes are a blast!!!!
Here is a flight tonight from just before sundown. I'm gonna fire the camera dude but I can't cuz it's my Dad
Chilly but better than no flights for sure. A little shaky on the vid so sorry for that but it was cold and the plane was defintely not shaking. This Extreme Flight Extra 300 EXP is on rails all the time. It's a joy to fly it becuase it is so good at every phase of flying. Stalled, post stall, uplines, rolling, you name it... it does it well. This is the 70" Extra by the way.
Have fun indoors and out especially with the Twisted Hobbys Crack Turbo Beaver. This high wing 3D plane is agile, tough and a blast to fly. You can run floats, you can use flaps, spoilerons and other cool mix setups for added enjoyment. It'll put a BIG smile on your face.
This past weekend's indoor offered some fun flights and here is one of them on Twisted Hobby's Crack Mini Pitts. Working off of the funky pad things the gym has and trying to set up an obstacle to fly with. It was a fun afternoon.
Aaron got a chance on the sticks of the Spies by Fabien Thurpaud and Donatas Designs. Got this plane from Dave Lockhart back at WRAMS last year but didn't finish it by the time indoor ended and IMAC started etc... so now, finished it up and finally checking it out. Aaron's first F3P experience. It flies slow enough for being the cheapo GWS prop. We will try new CF props soon. Didnt use carbon tubes or any lightening techniques either. Just normal rods and a hacker with all but one servo connected with the regular wiring intact. Tried the magnet wire technique on one of them but it's not of much benefit unless you need to place a servo far away from the receiver. Plane came in at 110 grams with 2S 250 Mah battery on the plane. Here's Aaron flying it with no pattern in mind but just checking out the way it flies. Enjoy.