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    For all that like RC planes

    About the best I have ever seen in RC flying.. Highlight and let google take you to video its some amazing flying nothing like horsepower to weight ratio leaning heavy towards horsepower.....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=tzowQtqOM_I

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    I was mesmerized by the video From. The builder and pilots skill was amazing. Did they have two pilots running the plane; one for the B-29 and another for the smaller plane.

    The size of the b-29 was really shown by the kid holding the smaller one on its wing next to him. How large was the wingspan on the B-29.

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    B-29?

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Madsen View Post
    I was mesmerized by the video From. The builder and pilots skill was amazing. Did they have two pilots running the plane; one for the B-29 and another for the smaller plane.

    The size of the b-29 was really shown by the kid holding the smaller one on its wing next to him. How large was the wingspan on the B-29.
    Pat: I must have missed the B-29 in the video unless you sent me a link to another video and i did not see it? I always considered a good landing a victory for myself i can only dream of being this good at the sticks...

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    Wow Fantastic.

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    Sorry, my bad. Must be a different thread. Here's the address, hope it goes thru:
    http://users.skynet.be/fa926657/files/B29.wmv

    Yours was really awsome too.
    Last edited by Patrick Madsen; 11-22-2011 at 03:22 PM.

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    Pretty cool flying, way better then the local boys that come to are liteplane flyins.
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    They are a long way from the u-line planes with a Cox .049 cubic inch engine that I built and flew back in the early 1950s. lol What fun we had. I did have a free flight balsa wood glider with a 60" wingspan.
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    I would often go to the rc events in california, as well as regular air shows. lots of fun. could be an expensive hobby.



    I have a few helicopters, now, but im not a great pilot.

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    U-control planes

    Quote Originally Posted by SCIfor55yrs. View Post
    They are a long way from the u-line planes with a Cox .049 cubic inch engine that I built and flew back in the early 1950s. lol What fun we had. I did have a free flight balsa wood glider with a 60" wingspan.
    I had a couple control line planes when i was a kid around and around until i fell down from being dizzy is how i usually flew... eventually figured out to lengthen the lines so it didnt circle so fast had many a cut finger from starting them little .O49 cox engines.... good times..

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    B29 amazing

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Madsen View Post
    Sorry, my bad. Must be a different thread. Here's the address, hope it goes thru:
    http://users.skynet.be/fa926657/files/B29.wmv

    Yours was really awsome too.
    Pat: the site loaded fine he must have had some weedeater sized engines in the plane pretty amazing plane i could never afford scale sized planes when i was really into flying although i still have a dozen or so planes including the glider we taught ourselves to fly with backwards of most we flew in the winter off the ice on a lake near our house made for a large runway.....

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