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Old 09-29-2014, 09:37 PM   #14561
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No, another glider brand I was looking at would work awesome with a turbine. All carbon fiber versions. I will bring those fast suckers in a couple months.

These are one of the best thermal gliders for light thermals so I am bringing them in so I stand a chance against matt and dale lol
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Old 09-29-2014, 09:57 PM   #14562
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Old 09-29-2014, 09:58 PM   #14563
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I would love a giant ASW 20 or 27 or maybe a Discus.
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Old 09-29-2014, 10:00 PM   #14564
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I would love a giant ASW 20 or 27 or maybe a Discus.
Doug, I have done Tug duty. But I know how big you would go. Just need to fit-out a big power tug.

With that, are you putting the DA150L in the Carbon Cub? Perfect tug.

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Old 09-29-2014, 10:01 PM   #14565
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Let's have glider day when Jack comes down.

Good idea, hey!
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Old 09-29-2014, 10:03 PM   #14566
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We can designate Dan-O as the referee.
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Doug, I have done Tug duty. But I know how big you would go. Just need to fit-out a big power tug.

With that, are you putting the DA150L in the Carbon Cub? Perfect tug.

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I've been working Burner' all day....even told him what you wanted me too, i did get a hmmmmmmmm.....out of him?!? haha! i want employee of the decade award good talking to you today! you alwats got new stuff coming in and full of good info! pull out that vacuum hahaaha! It's burning a hole in my pocket
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I've been working Burner' all day....even told him what you wanted me too, i did get a hmmmmmmmm.....out of him?!? haha! i want employee of the decade award
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No, another glider brand I was looking at would work awesome with a turbine. All carbon fiber versions. I will bring those fast suckers in a couple months.

These are one of the best thermal gliders for light thermals so I am bringing them in so I stand a chance against matt and dale lol
Lorne... After seeing Rich's fly numerous times, I'd be really interested in one that could hold a turbine. I could get my hands on a P60 really easily. The one on Rich's was a 66 I beleive and that glider was something like 32lbs.

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