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Old Mar 05, 2003, 12:25 PM
Pres. Uff-Da Air
Vincennes, Ind. 47591 USA
Joined Jan 2000
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Flying in Indiana

Like pizza flying is never bad, just some is better than others. This was a test flight of my Komposite A tail. Komposite means made from parts of previously "crash tested" parts. This mixture seemed to work very well.
Wingspan 50" wt 20 oz with batts
Sp 400 6v dd 7 or 8 X 500 nicads
6/3 folder
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Old Mar 05, 2003, 01:06 PM
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Terre Haute, Indiana
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Pete, I might try a composite some day since I have an assortment of wings. While building a new plane I often will set an old wing in place an say what if. I never discard a flight tested wing. I finally crashed my Jabberwock but the wing survived.
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