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Morning Flight. Good And Bad

Discussion in 'General Flight Stories (No Pic/Vid)' started by D.O.G., Jul 11, 2019 at 9:40 AM.

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    Well I made it the park early this morning around 8:00AM. All went well...sort of. My 500 flew fine but still having issue with my tail servo responding properly. I think I know whats wrong with it. My dollar tree foam plane flew wonderful but I need to learn how to fly a plane vs a heli. Practice will take care of that and getting the center of gravity right. Now for the Gaui X3L. She flew wonderful like always but near the end of the flight, I had a dumb thumb incident and crash the X3l. All fix able but just a mistake that I will learn not do again Lol. Videos coming.
     
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    Hope the X3L is back in the air soon.
     
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    Yes, the X3L is almost together already. You can see the boo-boo on the video I posted called "good and bad flight this morning"
     
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    Yeah saw that, at least you know what the problem was, I hate the ones when you know you did nothing wrong and you never know if the fault you find caused it or happened in the crash.
     
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