|Sep 17, 2004, 01:45 PM|
Leeds/Bradford Leeds, Great Britain (UK)
Joined Jun 2003
are the superfly e deltas as good as they look on their videos/
thinking of buying one . want something that will fly slow but allso fast and will handle wind .thanks
|Sep 17, 2004, 03:43 PM|
Yes, they are every bit as good as the videos.
They fly "Super" they build and repair "Super" easy.
Dr David is a "Super" guy.
The name SuperFly fits very well.
No, I don't work for Superfly.
|Sep 17, 2004, 04:31 PM|
Oakdale, MN, USA
Joined Sep 2001
Guys, I would just add that the planes fly not only as advertised, but that Dr. Dave is very willing to help anyone get their plane just right. He is incredibly helpful, not only for stock builds, but for certain "experimental" configurations that he doesn't generally show on his web site. If you want something to have a ball with in a wind, the Superfly E is the ticket!
I don't work for Superfly either, but I wish I did!
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