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Old Sep 13, 2012, 07:30 PM
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The exact year (or at least the decade close to it) is a VERY important "detail" to make history...

Back in 1999 (as far as I know) there where only 3 pages in the internet, referring to RC Model Hovercraft, one was mine.

Some years after, the first international (no internal/national ones at the time!) appeared and still exists:
http://www.rc-hovercrafts.com/
If I remember, we where in 2004 or close...

NO ONE AT ANY TIME (since now) referred/posted or remebered such a thing as you are telling us now...

My guess is that you are confusing the Byron ducted fan that I am using since 2011 (tested and posted here, in this forum back in 2010) with some other...thing!!

I trully hope that you can find (or someone else) some reliable proof of that milestone!
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I am a bit unconfortable, being the first in such manny achievements in R/C model hovercraft as; introducing 1/4 scaled Racing Hovercraft, using a BYRON ducted fan in rc model hovercraft, making the first scaled rc RACING hovercraft, the first (since some decades ago, not copyed till now) to implement a full realistic moving figure (pilot),probably the most performing RC hovercraft, and so on...

Yes, I know, I am NOT (anymore) a modest person, I gave up being it some years ago!
After working hard more than 20 years on developing a big amount of Hovercraft models and improvements, most of them prooved and milestones shared in the internet (some of them that can be used and implemented in real scale Hovercraft)…

Best regards,

Carlos

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