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Post  JPvelo on Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:20 am

Was flying with my son Monday and we decided to try something new.

The Yaking Clown was undamaged except for a broken prop, put a new one on and flew her again!

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Post  RknRusty on Wed Jan 29, 2014 2:30 am

Haha! What a blast. Y'all had it choreographed pretty well. He had no problems flying 3 second laps. Looks like racing or combat is in your near future. A couple of solid wing Flite Streak trainers or Skyray trainers would be tough enough for either sport. The Flite Streak has been used extensively for slow combat. How old is your son, he's almost as tall as you?
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Post  JPvelo on Wed Jan 29, 2014 6:43 am

Damn, he is almost as tall as me! He's 14. I have some plastic/foam laminate that was being used for signs at work. It's like foam board with plastic on the outside instead of paper. I think I am going to make a couple of reedie powered combat wings with the stuff so we can go at it. I wanted to try flying two up because my club is talking about doing some mouse racing. I figure he can fly and I will pit if it happens.

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Post  getback on Wed Jan 29, 2014 7:36 am

Flying Way to go Jim ! getting the son involved is a chore to me any way , nice to see family's playing together . maybe this will be the spring for Justin and I, he really likes seeing the progress as I build but cant get him hands on YET Crying or Very sad
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