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Reply #3 - Mar 21st, 2015 at 11:36pm

Sky9pilot   Offline
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Brenda thanks for sharing your birds with us.  looks like great fun and brings back wonderful memories of my Control Line days of my youth!

Great stuff!!!

Sky9pilot
 

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Reply #2 - Mar 21st, 2015 at 9:24pm

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Bob it is a total hoot to fly. Can't do any tricks or anything but it will fly with 0 wind or gale force wind. Powered by a Cox Snap Start .049

It's really a Black Hawk Models kit. Think the kit with motor cost like $35. I bought about 10 different balsa kits from him. All 1/2a sized. All much fun.
 
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Reply #1 - Mar 21st, 2015 at 8:27pm

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Now! that just looks like
WAY TOO MUCH FUN!
Brenda. I have always wanted to build an autogyro. I have a plan for a .35 version that sits on my desk just to tempt me. Here are a couple of plans that I could post that are below 400kb size.

Bob
 

IF IT AINT BROKE DONT FIX IT!
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Mar 21st, 2015 at 7:07pm

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This is the one I keep under the seat. I fly it when I'm done driving for the day. Busted the rotor more than a few times. Made a new rotor head out of steel and will test that out tomorrow.

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