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    Enjoy the show VIP Member Ron P's Avatar
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    The Joisey Shore

    OT: Who's into R/C flying?

    I fly gas but this is the first time I've seen someone fly in their basement.

    Unreal indoor flying

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    speel chekk this fokker! Charter Member puder's Avatar
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    Locust Valley, New York
    taht is ****ign incredible
    Pardon me, while I whip this out!

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    Registered Roger 1's Avatar
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    Kankakee Illinois

    Thumbs up

    Way cool!

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    Charter Member Charter Member Raypanic's Avatar
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    Lake Orion, MI. USA
    There are not many people that can fly 3D indoors thats for sure.

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    Team Dysfunctional Charter Member Hot Boat's Avatar
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    28 Scarab, Blown 850+ Hp
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    Jan 2001
    PUTNAM VALLEY, Hudson River Valley
    I guess it was to windy out side

    I'm just getting into RC planes. I got a small electric 3 channel Piper Cub Trainer
    I few it twice and crashed it twice. Lets see if I can bring her home in one piece this weekend. Thank god for cheep trainer planes. It only cost me $16 if I break the fuselage. A complete plane with motor is $65. If I crash one a week it is still way cheaper than a hours worth of gas in the boat .
    If it aint broke .... I can break it....

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    Registered Tricky919's Avatar
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    May 2003
    Port Chester, NY.
    Nice Flying .........

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    Neno the mind boggler VIP Member glassdave's Avatar
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    Batboat, 38 Scarab Thunder, 16 Sidewinder, 27 Magnum
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    Sep 2001
    toledo oh
    me an Packinair got into planes. lasted about 8 minuets. made a boat out of what was left after the first flight . . . we stick to ground based stuff these days

    hey RonP did you know we have one of the premiere RC shows in the world here in toledo. i think it is coming up in the next month or so.

    that vid clip is unreal. i wonder if that guy has good reflexes. never seen anything like that before.
    Throttles- Cleveland Construction 377 Talon
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    10 OPA Class 1 National Champion ( happy now Ed! )

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    Registered Three Days Only's Avatar
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    Santa Clarita, CA
    That was amazing. I have been flying RC planes for along time. That blew me away. That guy has way too much time on his hands. Cool.

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    Registered Crazyhorse's Avatar
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    38 Cigarette flat-deck
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    Holland MI
    I used to do some RC flying before I started flying full-scale stuff. I've still got a couple gas RC planes in the basement, a Cessna 152 and a P-47 Thunderbolt, along with an 8-channel Futaba radio.

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    Registered FunHome's Avatar
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    28ft Saber, 22 Velocity
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    Kansas & LOTO
    The Guy looked like a KID!!

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