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Old Aug 15, 2014, 03:52 AM
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Some people have told me too heavy, some say they've seen heavier fly fine. I guess we will see... For now I'm happy to see it on the wall of my garage every time I come home from work. Been too busy for planes for a while unfortunately

No rush. It'll fly when I'm ready and have time. In the meantime it's nice to look at now and again!
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Old Aug 15, 2014, 04:22 AM
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Mine is also over one kilo lighter , but anyway another flying buddy flies beautifully his glow version with even almost seven kilos, just the main difference is on the low speed full flaps aproaches that must be done a bit faster, but not too much. At medium or fast speed that diference is unnoticiable..., so I would say that not worry too much with the weigh of your beauty, Gree.
By the way it is true that a electric retract system compared with air ones may save some onces and are very reliabity...
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