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Old Feb 20, 2015, 05:15 PM
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When i flew my Neos in those winds i'd start with around an once but it all depends on what your empty weight is. When it was really blowing i'd put around 3 oz in it for an AUW of around 12.5 oz. Normally though an once to 1.5 ounces is sufficient.

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Thank you. That will give me a starting point to work from
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Old Mar 01, 2015, 12:07 AM
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I'm really happy to see everyone still enjoying their Neos'!! What a nice flying plane.

The heaviest I flew my Neos was at around 320 grams IIRC, with most of the flying around 280 grams. My lightest Neos was 223 grams and it was way too light... the lightest I liked them at was around 250 grams.

Have fun and please continue to share your experiences with it!
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Old Mar 04, 2015, 09:48 AM
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I'm really happy to see everyone still enjoying their Neos'!! What a nice flying plane.

The heaviest I flew my Neos was at around 320 grams IIRC, with most of the flying around 280 grams. My lightest Neos was 223 grams and it was way too light... the lightest I liked them at was around 250 grams.

Have fun and please continue to share your experiences with it!
Just got a used one as my first full size DLG, came out to 301gr total and she fly great!
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