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    hi from alberta!!! Welcome.
    Get me a Crocodile sandwich. And make it snappy.

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    hi from alberta!!! Welcome.

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    Hello from Saskatoon, Sask. Where in Sask are you located? Do you know of any FPV clubs in the area?

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    Hi. There are a few FPV racer guys flying out of the Swift Current MAAC club.
    Winter time is for snowmen.

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    Welcome to the lab

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    Welcome!

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    Its official, I suck at fixed wing FPV! Was all set up, everything charged, checked and re-checked. Decided to take off line-of-site, and got to a decent altitude, put the goggles on and did a porpoise impression!!! Twice!!!!! I haven't crashed this much in my last four hundred line-of-site flights.

    Now I should explain, me and my airframe go way back. I've had a couple 1 hour flights with this type of glider, and even with the 40 grams of extra FPV equipment weight, she flew as good as always.

    Will replay what I saw in my head, and try to figure out what I was doing wrong!!!
    Last edited by Eye Can Fly; 14th February 2016 at 06:40 PM.
    Winter time is for snowmen.

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    Welcome! Saskatchewan! I have always wanted to visit Europe.... : )

    Sounds too cold for me...

    Good flying.

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    Flight recorder... definitely worth its weight in gold, in many ways. Accident reconstruction is key. Recovery and learning process is where I repeatedly have used mine since 2007.

    Let us know what you find out!
    Get me a Crocodile sandwich. And make it snappy.

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