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Hello From Pa.

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Hello, I've been flying models since 1974. I flew Cox .049 U Control Models from balsa Kits and Gallows tissue covered kits. lost interest at 16, girls and cars, at 18 went into the Navy and became an Aviation Electronics Technician. Retired from that and started RC flying again. I watch you on You tube. Thanks for the plans. Ill order speed kits after Christmas.
 

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Seahunter

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Welcome to our flitetest community. If you need any help getting started, we have a lot of mentors any even more ready to share their experiences and fails. We do crash a lot, but that's the learning curve. Unlike the guillows and RTF foamies, the adams foamboard models fly better and no worries for mishaps. easy to repair or replace. Keep us posted on your progress. :)
 
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Welcome to our flitetest community. If you need any help getting started, we have a lot of mentors any even more ready to share their experiences and fails. We do crash a lot, but that's the learning curve. Unlike the guillows and RTF foamies, the adams foamboard models fly better and no worries for mishaps. easy to repair or replace. Keep us posted on your progress. :)
Sea Hunter, I have LOTS of crashes under my belt also. My best airplane is a 30cc Edge 540 from 3d hobby Shop and the profile airplane in the picture and an other Profile 3D plane cut by Mr. Shope. I'm working out the bugs in a DLE 20cc Gas Engine (no spark), I just have to take the time to trouble shoot it and replace the bad parts. Then IT will fly my Pilot Edge 20cc Edge 540V3. UMX P51 mustang, need 1 cell lipos for it. You could say IM addicted. LOL. Just started printing out Water slide decals with my AMA # to put on all my air craft.