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Old Mar 11, 2009, 02:54 AM
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Originally Posted by rmgmag
I managed to get in another flight during lunch, and I have to say, this thing flies nice. Very smooth all around. Managed a little KE flight and it was pretty easy. Hard to tell if it pulled much one way or another because there was a slight breeze blowing. Did some nice round loops, 1/2 reverse cubans. I can hardly wait for a calm day or maybe I'll take a day off from work and try it out in the local sports dome.
Glad to hear you're liking it Bob. Based on my first flying session with the Piaget at last month's indoor meet, I also feel that it's a very nice flying plane. The next indoor meet is only 4 days away. I spent some time last night soldering plugs onto some batteries that arrived from Hobby City so I now have 10 batteries dedicated to the Piaget and the Space Rit. That should allow me to fly these two for a bit .

Mike, do you have some free time to build yours? Please don't let the kit sit there for as long as your CST Katana kit did
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