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Old 03-26-2010, 11:19 AM   #41

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Re: rc B-29 in flat spin - pancakes into trees - video

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Did you see how far away it was when it went in? Where do you get that he was "dangling it over crowds of people???? Of course, your comment about really speaks of your character anyway.
An airshow without a crash, I would personally call that a total success....
He had no control over where it came down that was clear.
The only good thing is there was no fire unlike others I have seen .
Nice aircraft indeed but to keep up those antics is just crazy and could be at the expense of the crowd .

I offered my opinion which others have also Im sorry if it doesnt suit you .
BTW there hardly seems to be a airshow these days without a crash . AKA not a success!! The aircraft failed not just once either

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Old 03-27-2010, 03:39 AM   #42
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Re: rc B-29 in flat spin - pancakes into trees - video

watched the vid a couple of times as well nothing erratic no changes in pitch. wonder was this another 2.4 foul up or locked out pcm. probably not pilot error but possible as well
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Old 03-27-2010, 05:47 AM   #43
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Re: rc B-29 in flat spin - pancakes into trees - video

There was mention that one of the motors went out. Pretty hard to pull a B-29 out of a spin with 3 motors, especially if the out motor was on the wrong side of the spin direction.
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Old 03-27-2010, 09:32 AM   #44

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I read somewhere that part of the act is to have the commentator act as if he cant get out of the spin to get the crowd going.

reminds me of the nursery story ::never cry wolf !
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