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Posted by Safety Hawk | Apr 11, 2010 @ 02:25 PM | 6,532 Views
When I saw this one hit the market I knew I had to have one. Yes, that's a very cliché line, but it's true. And now that I have few flights on it, I'm even more excited about it. It's the largest electric plane I've owned to date, and in my opinion it's the perfect size. It flies like a large plane, yet fit into my Mazda3 very easily.

Scorpion 4025-16 Motor
Castle Creations Ice 100 ESC
Xoar 18x8 Prop
Hitec HS-985MG servos
Flightmax 4S 4000 20C x 2 for 8S
Futaba 12FG Radio
Futaba R617FS Receiver

High Def Video (Right click, save as)

Both packs installed!
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Posted by Safety Hawk | Oct 09, 2009 @ 05:17 PM | 6,908 Views
I figured I should put up some of the aerial videos I've done. I'm working on making my AP platform a little more solid, and should be posting up more videos soon. Anyhow, enjoy! (Edit: These are old now. Done with a Slow Stick and a cheap P&S back in 2008-2009)

First, a self portrait.

Newest one....Deltaville, Va.
Stingray Point (5 min 45 sec)

Same location as the video right below this, but sunny!
Middlesex (5 min 3 sec)
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Posted by Safety Hawk | Jul 03, 2007 @ 11:18 AM | 7,878 Views
Okay, so I've been asked many times what the meaning of my screenname is, and now I'm going to explain. Safety Hawk was an old joke punk rock band from back in the day when most punk rock bands were sporting mohawks. A safety hawk was a mohawk that was not spiked up with glue or whatever, and therefore could not poke your eye out while in the mosh pit.