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Old 05-04-2014, 06:30 PM   #9331
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Awesome Jack!!! Congrats on the 2 great combos!!!

I bet that big Suhkoi has quite the presence!!!
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Awesome Jack!!! Congrats on the 2 great combos!!!

I bet that big Suhkoi has quite the presence!!!
Thanks Brent and Trevor.

Yes Trevor, as you know the Suk stands tall giving it quite a presence. I have not been that nervous since I maidened the Carden Extra 300 you built for me, but I was flying a lot more then.

When do you plan to piece together your 100cc Sukhoi?
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Old 05-04-2014, 06:43 PM   #9333
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Jack congrats buds! glad you set-up the yak the way i wanted it! i'll see it may long!
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Well boys was a sweet day. I did maiden 2 planes today, that's more than Brodie does in a whole year!

1) CARF Sukhoi/ZDZ-180/JTec pipes..Brent calls it my Deck Dart Beater!! Fly's quite well, I only managed 2 flights. Was a bit nervous today, been awhile since I've flown a 40%. ZDZ 180 is very powerful, plane needs some trimming flights yet. I do have a bit of video I will try and get up later.

2) 3DHS Yak 55/DA-70/RE2..I must say this combo is the absolute best setup I have ever flown. The DA 70 runs, sounds and responds like an electric setup, it is now my favorite engine. The Yak is phenomenal, even with wingburner's rust covered thumbs. I let a buddy fly this combo today and when I left the field he was still in shock!!! I didn't get any video of it but I'm thrilled!!
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Old 05-04-2014, 07:05 PM   #9336
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Thanks Brent and Trevor.

Yes Trevor, as you know the Suk stands tall giving it quite a presence. I have not been that nervous since I maidened the Carden Extra 300 you built for me, but I was flying a lot more then.

When do you plan to piece together your 100cc Sukhoi?
And congrats jack can't wait to see the suhkoi
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Jack congrats buds! glad you set-up the yak the way i wanted it! i'll see it may long!
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And congrats jack can't wait to see the suhkoi
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Thanks Brent and Trevor.

Yes Trevor, as you know the Suk stands tall giving it quite a presence. I have not been that nervous since I maidened the Carden Extra 300 you built for me, but I was flying a lot more then.

When do you plan to piece together your 100cc Sukhoi?
A few more nights on the Tucano and then tear down my Pilot Yak55 for Dale () and then get into the Sukhoi build!!!...hopefully on the weekend if all goes well

Those big ones are intimidating for sure!! They fly like a trainer but still carry a huge Holy $hit Factor, LOL
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Well boys was a sweet day. I did maiden 2 planes today, that's more than Brodie does in a whole year!

1) CARF Sukhoi/ZDZ-180/JTec pipes..Brent calls it my Deck Dart Beater!! Fly's quite well, I only managed 2 flights. Was a bit nervous today, been awhile since I've flown a 40%. ZDZ 180 is very powerful, plane needs some trimming flights yet. I do have a bit of video I will try and get up later.

2) 3DHS Yak 55/DA-70/RE2..I must say this combo is the absolute best setup I have ever flown. The DA 70 runs, sounds and responds like an electric setup, it is now my favorite engine. The Yak is phenomenal, even with wingburner's rust covered thumbs. I let a buddy fly this combo today and when I left the field he was still in shock!!! I didn't get any video of it but I'm thrilled!!
Congrats Jack! That CARF is a sweat looking plane!
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