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Feb 04, 2012, 05:16 PM
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miss my little slick already...its sitting here still folded in half
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Feb 04, 2012, 05:16 PM
Fly low or fly home.
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Originally Posted by shadow102
miss my little slick already...its sitting here still folded in half
i know how you feel!
Feb 04, 2012, 05:18 PM
Fly low or fly home.
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Originally Posted by plank420
I never knew you were really a stoned doggie. Put your pic as your avatar. Now google what avatar means
haha i know what avatar is your is bevis and but head rockin out!!!
Feb 04, 2012, 05:21 PM
TEAM HILLBILLY
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Are you gonna repair your slick? These planes can be patched up pretty easily
Feb 04, 2012, 05:22 PM
Fly low or fly home.
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Originally Posted by plank420
Are you gonna repair your slick? These planes can be patched up pretty easily
mabye someday when i feel like it. I flew about 15 times today.
Unless someone want to buy it also.

Hovering low about 20ft starts to fall back inverted and torwds the earth so reaction to pull back on eleavtor well i forgot that i was up side down. i say 4 feet higher would have cleard the ground, another mistake was i would have never hit if i dident full throttle it when i pulled back on the eleavtor. O also would of happen if i could fly like wamsy!
Last edited by skarface; Feb 04, 2012 at 05:30 PM.
Feb 04, 2012, 05:27 PM
Fly Low, Fly 3d, Repair Often
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Originally Posted by Stoned doggie
dude thats really not bad at all. looks like it could be easily fixed without even ordering a new motor box.


EDIT just noticed the gear... yeah I would order a motorbox and a good brand of debonder. Set aside about 3 hours and a six pack of coors light *ahem* redbull and fix that thing right up.
Feb 04, 2012, 05:28 PM
Fly Low
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Rifle Rolling Harriers with Slow Mo (1 min 47 sec)


Enjoy
Feb 04, 2012, 05:30 PM
Balsa to the Wall
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Well, I just found this after reading the WHOLE HK Slick thread. Holy Moly, I need a beer or 12.
I'll never get that dog picture out of my head.

Chuck
Feb 04, 2012, 05:31 PM
TEAM HILLBILLY
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Originally Posted by wamsy55
That flying field looks familar slo mo rifle roller that's my gangsta name
Feb 04, 2012, 05:34 PM
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Originally Posted by plank420
That flying field looks familar slo mo rifle roller that's my gangsta name
slo mo raffle rolla?
Feb 04, 2012, 05:34 PM
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Don't try this at home kids!!!


So I don't recommend doing a power off harrier landing with a 104" Slick

If you are electric and running a Spin controller I also don't recommend using "heli normal" mode It worked great for 4 flights as it was a bit more responsive than airplane mode. But on the 5th flight the ESC and motor lost sync and I could not get it to start up again. Was not high enough for anything more than getting it upright and trying the infamous power off harrier landing.

I think I'll do my taxes tomorrow and see if I have enough money left over to get a new one

Fuse came home in two pieces as it was barely being held on by some covering. The main gear must be crazy strong as I don't think it was damaged at all!
Feb 04, 2012, 05:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Chuck
Well, I just found this after reading the WHOLE HK Slick thread. Holy Moly, I need a beer or 12.
I'll never get that dog picture out of my head.

Chuck
yea, that was horrible.....i will never forget that pic....just wrong
Feb 04, 2012, 05:35 PM
Fly Low
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Originally Posted by weaser42
So I don't recommend doing a power off harrier landing with a 104" Slick

If you are electric and running a Spin controller I also don't recommend using "heli normal" mode It worked great for 4 flights as it was a bit more responsive than airplane mode. But on the 5th flight the ESC and motor lost sync and I could not get it to start up again. Was not high enough for anything more than getting it upright and trying the infamous power off harrier landing.

I think I'll do my taxes tomorrow and see if I have enough money left over to get a new one

Fuse came home in two pieces as it was barely being held on my some covering. The main gear must be crazy strong as I don't think it was damaged at all!
That sucks.

Bummer about the 104, is it not fixable?
Feb 04, 2012, 05:36 PM
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Originally Posted by weaser42
So I don't recommend doing a power off harrier landing with a 104" Slick

If you are electric and running a Spin controller I also don't recommend using "heli normal" mode It worked great for 4 flights as it was a bit more responsive than airplane mode. But on the 5th flight the ESC and motor lost sync and I could not get it to start up again. Was not high enough for anything more than getting it upright and trying the infamous power off harrier landing.

I think I'll do my taxes tomorrow and see if I have enough money left over to get a new one

Fuse came home in two pieces as it was barely being held on by some covering. The main gear must be crazy strong as I don't think it was damaged at all!
so what are you gonna do with the airframe?


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