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Old Mar 02, 2013, 08:01 AM
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Indoor Flying

Well yesterday I took a couple of planes and tried some indoor flying with some of the guys in my club. We get a gym once a week for an hour, so I decided what the heck. I got to say it's not as easy as it looks. First off you need to stay on the stick all the time when flying, also if you need to do some trimming it is very hard due to the fact things happen very fast indoors. you almost need to hover to trim your plane. I was flying the 32" Yak and the 36" Extra, I really don't like flying inside, just not for me. I am not knocking it or anything, It's just not my bag of tea. I did have a great time hanging with the guys for a bit.
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