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Old 04-06-2014, 08:05 PM   #8661
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YEEEE-----Hawwwwww.....the DA 35 is now shipping....I can rid myself of the p.o.s. ct EME 35 I own.
Good market for them (EME35) in developing Provinces.

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YEEEE-----Hawwwwww.....the DA 35 is now shipping....I can rid myself of the p.o.s. ct EME 35 I own.
Perfect, ship it back to me jack....I will buy it LOL
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Old 04-06-2014, 08:14 PM   #8663
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good market for them (eme35) in developing provinces.

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I'll leave it at that...for now!
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Old 04-06-2014, 08:18 PM   #8664
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Perfect, ship it back to me jack....I will buy it LOL
LOL...I would say it's worth 2 weeks stay in Florida????
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LOL...I would say it's worth 2 weeks stay in Florida????
maybe one week but who is counting
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Old 04-07-2014, 07:08 PM   #8666
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More Maiden's at the Trout Farm.

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Lorne had to work, ha-ha.

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Congrats guys!!!

WOW... And you guys even dress in colour coordinated attire for maidens .
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Got my first maiden of 2014 in yesterday also. Went great!

3DHS 103" Extra 330 with ZDZ112 on Proflow cans

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Hi john. How was the balance with the zdz?

I sure like the sound of those pro-flow cans
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It was slightly nose heavy. I had a little elevator push in level inverted flight.
But batteries were mounted about mid tank, 6" ahead of cg.

I will move them to the about 6" behind cg beside the Jeti CentralBox. Good battery strapping slots there too.
I am going move the fuel tank back about 1.5" right against the wing tube.

Ill fly it like that and see how that works then reassess.

What I like about this plane is the wing tube is sunk low into the can tunnel. If I have to, I can raise the tank about 1cm and then i will let me move it back almost 5" from current position. It will almost be centered on the cg.

I didnt get to weight it. Only have a 20lb fish scale. But I got a 50lb one today at CT.
I am guessing its around 25.5lbs.
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