Originally Posted by LoneWolfRC
I was running 4000 and 3300 in mine. Never came up with a preference.
Hard to believe lighter wasn't better, but then again, these 60s seem to be ridiculously floaty. I'm running 3850s and when I come from flying a 48" plane I have to readjust mu flying because the 60s don't sink as quickly. Comparatively, they are kind of like blimps with wings.
Is that 527 for 527 flights?
Doing the rough math, it seems like it's about 500. I flew the thing so much that I hionestly lost trackm but when yiou add up eight packs a day for and
April, May, an entire 90 (less two weeks in July7) day summer, August and Sept, that's a buttload of flights. Remembver that this was ne of the 4016 Mk II development planes, so it got run hard and put away wet every single day.
27 is also the least random of all random numbers and it will pop up more times in a day that any other random number. A lot of people will now say I am FOS, but just watch how many times 27 pops up on the news, or on license plates, or AMA numbers.
I first noticed 27 when watching the original "Total Recall." Arnold was riding down the street on Mars in a cab when they drive past a theatre. On the marquee it says "Rockie 27," so from them on I started using the number as an inside joke to illustrate absurdity. Then I started noticing the number every time I turned around.
Thanks. It took all damm day because the computer kept erroring out. It took all day to figure out that is a 1 gig video, and I could not even type a letter without running out of memory and crashing the Movie Maker. I'm buying some more memory later today.
Wish we had the flying opportunities you have down there throughout the year, but maybe it makes our opportunities that much sweeter when we get to experience them.
It gets below 70 degrees here and we all wear long pants and sweaters. When it gets below 60 we all stay insidem, shiver and cry like little girls about how brutaqkl the weather is.
Fortunately we get maybe two weeks to a month per year when it is unflyable because of cold and wind, but once you get used to living here, even a little chill will make hypothermia set it. As far as the cold, I am sure it's not so bad when you get used to it, but fr me it would take forever to get used to living in snow.
I am convinced that hell is really a cold