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Old Dec 18, 2014, 10:50 AM
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I wish I could claim the 770 photo remembered by you as epic LMH but it wasn't me.

As far as an epic inverted photo of my Urukay inverted cutting grass...that would be followed immediately by a photo of dirt flying in the air...followed by a photo of wheels and Urukay parts scattered across my yard.

I don't have cohunes' big enough for that one yet.
Your not the only one . I don't do that stuff either in real life. When I get comfortable in flight after a min or 2 , then I would most are tick tocks or rolls . Inverted I will stay for a sec or 2 but not worth flying like that , I like my models
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Old Dec 18, 2014, 12:10 PM
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Your not the only one . I don't do that stuff either in real life. When I get comfortable in flight after a min or 2 , then I would most are tick tocks or rolls . Inverted I will stay for a sec or 2 but not worth flying like that , I like my models

I'm with you brother...and besides I don't cut grass with my helis, I cut trees.
I am hoping one day to be that comfortable flying inverted but for now I need a little wiggle room to insure a recovery if my mind locks up.
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Old Dec 18, 2014, 01:10 PM
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Ditto you guys, I'll throw in a few flips in all directions but I favour big air aero's. I treasure all my helis, particularly my Goblin.
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I just noticed something...there is enough room to swing my main gear legs up and into the side intakes of the Urukay if I made them slightly narrower.

Please somebody stop me.....the mind is a terrible thing.
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I just noticed something...there is enough room to swing my main gear legs up and into the side intakes of the Urukay if I made them slightly narrower.

Please somebody stop me.....the mind is a terrible thing.
Nope! Carry on
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Old Yesterday, 06:49 PM
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Nope! Carry on


Your no help...

I can see it in my mind, its the same idea I had before for the 770 with swinging the existing gear forward but with the 770 I had nothing to stow the gear in. Now with the Urukay I have a place for them to go.
They wouldn't be totally out of site. I believe there is enough side cowling to swing the gear up to a flush position with the sides of the scoops, but it would look pretty amazing.

This will be a great winter project.
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Your not the only one . I don't do that stuff either in real life. When I get comfortable in flight after a min or 2 , then I would most are tick tocks or rolls . Inverted I will stay for a sec or 2 but not worth flying like that , I like my models
I did this with my Goblin, but it was three feet tall grass at the end of the runway lol!
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