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Ma On Shan this Saturday (17/9/2005)
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Author:  Stanley [ 13 Sep 2005 02:35 pm ]
Post subject:  Ma On Shan this Saturday (17/9/2005)


Author:  CM Cheng [ 13 Sep 2005 03:47 pm ]
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I will GO ! :x Early in the morning ! Two packs of batteries ! Fly till the plane crash!!!

In fact I also want to go with Mak on this Saturday but I don't think I can get a day leave. This Saturday is the last chance for my practice :cry: :cry:

Author:  KAM [ 14 Sep 2005 07:58 pm ]
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I also will go and see if anything can help.

Ah Kam

Author:  Stanley [ 17 Sep 2005 12:02 am ]
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Hi guys,

What time will you be up there tomorrow?
I am not sure what time I will be there, just hope to be there as earlier as 10:30am.


Author:  Stanley [ 17 Sep 2005 05:28 pm ]
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Author:  Wing [ 18 Sep 2005 06:16 pm ]
Post subject:  Handshaking in the air

So sorry for the air handstake (right arm vs right arm) with Stanley's Aris yesterday :?

咬一啖 Aris right wing was certainly painful : with the new wing joiner broken in air my plane's right wing panel pulled off from the sky. Unlikely to be repairable because :

- main spar was broken into 3 segments
- aileron was broken into 3 other segments

From this mid-air, seems top F3F ships like Aris are far much much stronger in structue !

Wish Stanley's Aris & Trinity can back to the air very soon !

With this 咬一啖 : Stanley's Aris must be able to run faster than the recent 36s F3F record :wink:

p.s. Thanks again to Eric for picking up the right wing panel "pieces" from the back side

Author:  Stanley [ 19 Sep 2005 01:39 am ]
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Sorry Wing, this is certainly one of the most spectacular midair I have ever seen! I think the relative airspeed between our planes must be over 200km/hr and I just don't know why the cut in your plane was so severer than mine. Interestingly, I didn't know there was a midair until I noticed there was a slight (really small) yaw moment of my plane and in just a flash of a second later I saw your plane's fuse spinning off in highspeed hundred of meters away! My goodness, I can't imagine the speed of your plane!

Don't give up! I think your plane is repairable. Ask the well-known master in sailplane repair - Y.C., you will be surprised that he can easily pull alive the dead plane from its grave!

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