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Old Dec 30, 2012, 02:08 PM
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Hi Reto,

thank you for your answer. So have you been to hahnenmoos already? You should try Monte Lema next time you are here....Crazy mountain. lots of flying sites for all kind of weather conditions and daytimes...

It really is easy to get up veryvery high in no time at places like this.

maybe you are right, that an f3B plane is not the right choice for that kind of dives...
However in my opinion, they are the best choice for everyday flying. Best all-rounders.

I made up my mind. Will get the precision F3F double carbon as an allrounder.

and I have just ordered a K2m for the big days and silly speeds.

bottom line: my wife will kill me for sure....


I think the last couple of posts made a really interesting discussion. Thanks everybody for sharing their opinions.

@Target: thats an interesting question. For sure, planes get higher speeds at lower air density. And the higher the speed, the bigger the chance of flutter...Or does the air density again reduce the risk? Any aerodynamic expert around to answer this question?


cheers,

cyril
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